Hoshu Qambrani's Crocodile figures rather larger in Book Four of a Rabbit of Usk. The details of the historical crocodile, the actual crocodile, are a little bleary. And the relationship between the Sheedi clans of Lyari Township and the wider city of Karachi are a great deal more than bleary. I could invent a city that looks, sounds and smells like Karachi, but I'm not going to. Instead I will wait for legal notices from well paid lawyers and respond accordingly.
Always remember a writer of pulp's very first rule, which is, when engaged in
discursive prolix a writer of pulp keeps his nose to the paper, his foot on the
grindstone. I do remember that Hoshu Qambrani's Crocodile which was supposed to
be a boy Crocodile, had two names. The official name was some Sufi Poet, a name
I can't possible remember and will probably invent, but Hoshu's own name for his
Crocodile was Brian Wilson. And it's true, Hoshu had a bit of a thing for The
Beach Boys, and he might still.