Jennifer Barnes is a forty-eight-year-old woman who discovers that she has glioblastoma multiforme, an aggressive type of brain cancer that gives her only six weeks to live. But when she puts two and two together, she realizes that this cancer was given to her. Someone had planned to kill her.
At the very core of the book is the idea of keeping faith and the notion of being one’s beloved. It talks about loving someone wholeheartedly only to discover a completely different side to their personality that eventually comes as a shock.
A page-turner is an understatement for Together We were (W)hole. This thriller opens in an office cabin when it suddenly begins to rain cats and dogs. A major business deal is about to be signed but what pans out is corporate politics and mishandled secrets which the protagonist deals with wit and cool-headedness.
The characters don’t bleed all over each other nor do they suffocate or fight for space. They are just perfect. Making their own space and impression in the mind of the reader.
The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires is a book that deserves every bit of the hype that it is currently getting. It is a clever twist on traditional vampire fiction; one that seems like a perfect combination of Desperate Housewives and Dracula.
Fifteen Minutes Fifteen Seconds is a short novella that would appeal to people who have an interest in mysticism and magic. It speaks of a transformation that is extraordinary and magical, and that can be best described as metaphysical.
A team of elite NSG commandos called Pandavashave been deployed on a highly-sensitive hostage rescue mission that will take them to the thickly forested Dantewada region.
Chetan Bhagat’s One Arranged Murder has all the ingredients of a classic masala drama. It has romance, comedy, murder, action, adventure, family drama, friendships, and light-hearted banter.
Every single one of superstar Raaj’s official ex-girlfriend either ends up becoming mentally unstable or dies under mysterious circumstances. Driven with a sense of moral justice and a passion for investigative journalism, Suhaasini sets out on a path to unravel the truth.
‘Twins in Trouble’ narrates the story Rhea and Riniget, the identical twins who get entangled in a sinister drug deal while attempting an innocent prank to fool a hairstylist.
“More Bodies Will Fall” is a refreshing book in the genre of crime fiction as it gives us an experience very less imagined. This well-paced, taut whodunit gives us a chaotic Delhi and introduces North-East India as a complex identity rather than a simple linear one.
It is a delicately layered mystery that takes the reader on a tumultuous ride of decadence, lust, debauchery, betrayal, and unadulterated evil. Expect a book that is a short read. Expect a mind-boggling psychological thriller. Expect a book that is quite complex and layered.