The book is based on the life of the Serial Killer Charles Sobraj, but is a highly fictionalized version of the same. Farrukh Dhondy has added his own imagination and has recreated the life of Sobhraj whom he calls Johnson Thatt in the book.3.1/5.
Farrukh Dhondy writes well but I’m sorry to say this book didn’t hold my attention. Perhaps it might have if I had believed it to be the true story of Charles Sobhraj – but it became clear why this had not been possible when I later read headlines of the nature “Sobhraj readies to sue Dhondy over ‘Bikini Murders’.”.
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Who is Johnson Thhat? And how has he managed to escape justice for so long, even when in jail? In a Kathmandu casino, retired Inspector Pradhan nabs the notorious serial-killer who has eluded him for twenty-five years. But did Pradhan just get lucky or is there a larger plan at work? Why would Thhat risk coming to Nepal though he is still wanted there for an American girl's murder?
Apr 23, 2013 · In what appears to be a precursor to a biopic on ‘bikini killer’ Charles Sobhraj,DAR Motion Pictures has acquired the rights of author Farrukh Dhondy’s book “The Bikini Murders”,which is loosely based on the life of now incarcerated serial killer.Works For: The Indian Express.