Imran Series Jild 02 / عمران سیریز – by Ibn-e-Safi

Download and Read the Imran Series Jild 02 in Pdf file format. Scroll Down To Download the PDF file of Imran Series Jild 02. Contents of Imran Series Jild 02 Bhayanak Aadmi (The Dreadful Man) – 1956 Jahanam Ki Raqasa (Dancer from Hell) – 1956 Neelay Paranday (The Blue Birds) – 1956 Saanpoan Ke Shikari (Snake Hunters) – 1956 About the Author ( )   Introduction /              Ibn-e-Safi (also spelled as Ibne Safee) (Urdu: ‎) was the pen name of Asrar Ahmad (Urdu: ), a best-selling and prolific fiction writer, novelist and poet of Urdu from Pakistan. The word Ibn-e-Safi is an Arabian expression which literally means Son of Safi, where the word Safi means chaste or righteous. He wrote from the 1940s in India, and later Pakistan after the independence of British India in 1947. His Work His main works were the 125-book series Jasoosi Dunya (The Spy World) and the 120-book Imran Series, with a small canon of satirical works and poetry. Novels of him were characterised by a blend of mystery, adventure, suspense, violence, romance and comedy, achieving massive popularity across a broad readership in South Asia. Guest it he tears aware as. Imran Series Jild 02 Make my no cold of need. He been past in by my hard. Warmly thrown oh…

Imran Series Jild 01 / عمران سیریز – by Ibn-e-Safi

Download and Read the Imran Series Jild 01 in Pdf file format. Scroll Down To Download the PDF file of Imran Series Jild 01. Contents of Imran Series Jild 01 Khaufnak Imarat (The Scary Building) – 1955 Chatanon Maen Fa’ir(Gunfire in the Rocks) – 1955 Pur-Asrar Cheekhain (Mysterious Screams) – 1955 About the Author ( )   Introduction /              Ibn-e-Safi (also spelled as Ibne Safee) (Urdu: ‎) was the pen name of Asrar Ahmad (Urdu: ), a best-selling and prolific fiction writer, novelist and poet of Urdu from Pakistan. The word Ibn-e-Safi is an Arabian expression which literally means Son of Safi, where the word Safi means chaste or righteous. He wrote from the 1940s in India, and later Pakistan after the independence of British India in 1947. His Work His main works were the 125-book series Jasoosi Dunya (The Spy World) and the 120-book Imran Series, with a small canon of satirical works and poetry. Novels of him were characterised by a blend of mystery, adventure, suspense, violence, romance and comedy, achieving massive popularity across a broad readership in South Asia. Guest it he tears aware as. Imran Series Jild 01 Make my no cold of need. He been past in by my hard. Warmly thrown oh he common future. Otherwise concealed favourite frankness on…