Ibn-e safi was born in 1928 in india. He created two great mystery series, Jasoosi Duniya and the Imran series during the 1950s. Both gained massive popularity and were translated into several languages. Ibn-e safi died of pancreatic cancer on his birthday on July 26, 1980 in Karachi.
To the world Imran may appear to be a rich, handsome buffoon with his sports car, eccentric dress sense and bizarre sense of humour‰ÛÓbut in reality he possesses a razor-sharp mind, and the agility, strength and quick wits of the perfect spy. His colleagues at the secret service make fun of him, but little do they know that he is their mastermind chief X2‰ÛÓa man who can defeat any enemy and solve all mysteries. Detective Imran is spy-novelist Ibn-e Safi‰۪s greatest creation and the bestselling Imran series are Urdu cult classics, translated into English for the first time.
The House of Fear: Dead bodies have been found in an abandoned house, each bearing three identical dagger marks, exactly five inches apart. Who is behind these eerie murders? Only Imran can solve this mystery. The House of Fear is the first book in the Imran series.
Shootout at the Rocks: Colonel Zargham knows he is in grave danger when he receives a three-inch wooden monkey in the mail. This is no ordinary threat, but a warning from the two-hundred-years-old Li Yu Ka, one of the world‰۪s deadliest gangs. The monkey will be followed by a wooden snake, and then a wooden rooster, after which the colonel will be swiftly murdered. Only one man stands between Li Yu Ka and his death: genius sleuth, Ali Imran.