Saturday , February 23 2019
GiveAway Of The Month
Home / Tag Archives: thriller (page 2)

Tag Archives: thriller

31 by Upendra Namburi | Book Reviews

31 by Upendra Namburi | Book Cover

Recently we got a chance to read 31 (Numbers Book 2) by author Upendra Namburi and we love to share our unbiased Book Reviews for the same with you all. It is not the first book by Upendra which we got a chance to read. If you are a regular reader of ThinkerViews, you must have read our book reviews ... Read More »

Red Suits You by Novoneel Chakraborty | Book Review

Red Suits You by Novoneel Chakraborty | Book Cover

Recently I came across a book named Red Suits You by Novoneel Chakraborty which is a short read and available for < Rs. 16 (when I am writing this). If you love thrillers and want to read it in a comparatively short chunk of a time then this book suits you :). This is not the first book by the ... Read More »

Private Delhi by James Patterson & Ashwin Sanghi | Book Reviews

Private Delhi by James Patterson & Ashwin Sanghi - Book Cover

The successful private series by James Patterson continues its journey through India in collaboration with Ashwin Sanghi as the team of investigators moves from Mumbai to Delhi to give us the next installment in the series called Private Delhi (Book # 13 in the Private Series). Since we enjoyed reading Private Mumbai, we decided to continue with the series and ... Read More »

The Lethal White by Robert Galbraith | Book Review

The Lethal White by Robert Galbraith | Book Cover

It has been a few years since J K Rowling’s last book was published, and so earlier this year when we first read the media release that the next Cormoran Strike story by Robert Galbraith aka J K Rowling is going to be called The Lethal White and due to release in October, we added it to the ‘books to ... Read More »

The Mogul by Vish Dhamija | Book Reviews

The Mogul by Vish Dhamija | Book Cover

Vish Dhamija is an excellent author. His vocabulary is so rich and his way of elaborating a scene is really fantastic. What I like the most about his writing is the way he infuses sarcasm and humor (not always dark). Earlier I got a chance to read a thriller named Bhendi Bazaar from our team, and I have shared my ... Read More »