'Investigative journalist Arun Advani probes social and political corruption. His dramatised reports, filled with the chaotic sounds and voices of India, map crimes against the innocent, such as the bargirl shot dead by a wealthy customer. The plots develop the retribution wrought by the abused. Fabulous.' - "The Observer", London. 'Incredibly atmospheric, "Six Suspects" offers an authentic representation of India which will surprise the casual listener, shaping a soundscape which brings the drama to life in a remarkable way' - "Herts Advertiser". A BBC Radio 4 full-cast drama from the bestselling author of Q&A, now filmed as the Oscar-winning "Slumdog Millionaire". Vikas Swarup's debut novel, Q&A, was an international bestseller. It was filmed as "Slumdog Millionaire" and won eight Academy Awards, seven Baftas and four Golden Globes. "Six Suspects", his follow-up novel, has now been made into a BBC Radio 4 full-cast drama starring Rajit Kapur, Zafar Karachiwala and Radhika Mital, and recorded on location in India. There's a caste system - even in murder. Vicky Rai, notorious son of a prominent Indian politician, shoots dead a waitress at a trendy Delhi restaurant. Thanks to his mother pulling a few strings, he gets off scot-free. At a lavish society party to celebrate his acquittal he is himself murdered. Who did it? The Bollywood actress with a guilty secret; the American who came to India to marry his mail-order bride; the mobile-phone thief with big dreams; the tribesman on a quest to recover a stolen relic; or Vicky Rai's mother, a corrupt politician who will do anything to cling to power...? The police investigation gets nowhere and the murder of Vicky Rai promises to be yet another unsolved mystery in a country full of unsolved crimes. That is until India's leading investigative journalist, Arun Advani, steps in to tell the world the shocking truth. It's a story that takes us on an extraordinary journey into the heart of modern day India. It comes from the producers of the Sony Award-winning BBC Radio 4 drama Q&A.