Waheed Rabbani (author)

Historical fiction author

Waheed rabbani

Waheed Rabbani was born in India, close to Delhi, and was introduced to Victorian and other English novels, at a very young age, in his father’s library. Most of the large number of volumes had been purchased by his father at ‘garage sales’ held, by departing British civil service officers, in the last days of the Raj.

Waheed attended St. Patrick’s High School in Karachi, Pakistan. He graduated from Loughborough University, Leicestershire, England, and received a Master’s degree from Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. While an engineer by profession, Waheed’s other love is reading and writing English literature, which led him to obtain a Certificate in Creative Writing from McMaster University and start on his fiction writing journey.

Waheed’s historical fiction novels, The Azadi Series, Book I: Doctor Margaret’s Sea Chest, and Book 2: Doctor Margaret In Delhi are published. They are available at all Apple iBooks, Chapters/Indigo, Amazon, B&N, Kobo and other on-line and real Bookstores. Audio-books are also available on Amazon, iBooks, other on-line stores and Audible.com.

Excerpt of Waheed’s Books I and Book II opening chapters are also published in the Anthologies, “Canadian Voices II,” and “Indian Voices.”

Waheed is now settled on the shores of Lake Ontario in the historic town of Grimsby. More information is available on his website: https://wrabbani.ca/

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An American/Canadian lady doctor goes to India and gets involved in the 1857 Indian Rebellion/Mutiny.
An American lady doctor marries her Canadian cousin, a cavalry officer, and travels with him to serve in the 1854 war in Crimea, and later proceeds to India where she gets involved in the 1857 Indian Mutiny/Rebellion.
An American lady doctor travels to India and gets involved in the 1857 Rebellion