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Book Review – JFK by Jhangir Kerawala

When you have a thriller or a murder mystery with you, you know you can never get bored. This is definitely my favorite genre because they keep you engrossed most of the time. And when you have two back to back murders in the first 5 minutes then I am really happy. JFK (and no it’s not […] Read more…

Book Review – The Krishna Key by Ashwin Sanghi

Blending mythological stories in modern day treasure hunt and unravelling ancient mysteries seems to be the flavour of many authors lately. The Krishna Key by Ashwin Sanghi follows a similar path to unravel the mysteries & secret of Krishna.  Murder, secret, mystery, and chase – The Krishna Key has it all for a perfect thriller […] Read more…

Book Preview: The Stopover

You have fact & fiction and then you come across photo fiction. I came across this very interesting combination at THE STOPOVER – an upcoming photo fiction book which promises to take the readers on a voyage to four uncharted territories through four absorbing stories. When you think about travel stories with photographs you think […] Read more…

Book Review – Sexy @ Sixty by Namita Jain

Sexy at 60… sounds weird?? Hell no… there’s no age bar in being sexy, there’s no restriction in celebrating your life and that’s exactly what I came across in this little book which turned out to be a guiding path of health secrets. Though the supposed target audience is the middle aged, I think it’s […] Read more…

Book Review – Lashkar by Mukul Deva

I am an absolute fan of thrillers as I had mentioned here previously. Most of this thriller space in my bookshelf is occupied by Dan Brown, Tom Clancy, Robert Ludlum and some more celebrated authors but today I can say I have come across a fast paced and an action packed thriller by our very […] Read more…

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