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Natasha Mehra Must Die By Anand Sivakumaran | Book Review

Natasha Mehra Must Die By Anand Sivakumaran | Book Cover

A little while ago we’ve received a book named Natasha Mehra Must Die penned by Anand Sivakumaran published by Fingerprint Publishing!. The book title itself is an indicator of the book belongs to the crime thriller genre. Does this book meet our expectations? Is it a thriller worth going for? Well, the short answer is, yes. From our team, I ... Read More »

The Tree Bears Witness: A Birbal Mystery by Sharath Komarraju | Book Reviews

The Tree Bears Witness: A Birbal Mystery by Sharath Komarraju | Book Cover

Recently I got a chance to read The Tree Bears Witness: A Birbal Mystery by Sharath Komarraju. Sharath is known for bringing tales from the Mahabharata and present them in his unique style. He, however, writes many other stuff as well. This book is an interesting fictional tale where we get a chance to explore Akbar and Birbal. Book Title ... Read More »

Tied to Deceit by Neena Brar | Book Reviews

Tied to Deceit (A Mystery) by Neena H. Brar - Book Cover

Do you love reading police procedural, crime thriller or mystery genre? We do. Here are some of the hand-picked books in the genre we’ve reviewed recently. Killing Ashish Karve by Salil Desai The Murder of Sonia Raikkonen by Salil Desai 3 and a Half Murders by Salil Desai Murderous Greed by Arun K. Nair Mr. Cool Detective: What went wrong? ... Read More »

The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford | Book Reviews

The Woman on the Orient Express - a book by - Lindsay Jayne Ashford - Cover Page

If you are an avid reader who loves to explore thrillers, murder mysteries and crime fiction, the chances are very rare that you haven’t heard about Agatha Christie. She is popularly known as the queen of crime (fictional works)! Agatha Christie’s own life had some mysterious phases too. Her sudden disappearance from public eyes and then reappearance (in 1928) is ... Read More »