Justine Hardy writes regularly for the Financial Times, Conde Nast Traveller, The Times and various magazines. Since the success of Scoop-Wallah she has written several books set in the region, and lives in London and New Delhi.
"'There is a vitality in the writing and a feeling for Indian life which Kipling would have loved... fine descriptive passages and plenty of humour...' Daily Telegraph '...she gained enough access to Indian society to fill every page with Dickensian detail and hilarious dialogue. No matter where you dive in - be it a slum school or a polo match, a disco or a tea garden - you'll quickly find yourself reading the entire book, just for the fun of it.' The Guardian"