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The Treasure Syndicate By Jatin Kuberkar | Book Review

The Treasure Syndicate By Jaitn Kuberkar | Book Cover

We’ve often stated that the perks of being a professional book reviewer include exposure to new talents. Sometimes you find much much better books written by debutante authors than some of the bestsellers by well-known authors. Today, we will talk about one such book. The Treasure Syndicate is the second book by author Jaitn Kuberkar, however, it is his first ... Read More »

Tarikshir: The Awakening by Khayaal Patel | Book Review

Tarikshir: The Awakening by Khayaal Patel | Book Cover

Indian mythology interest a large number of people these days. Some look at it from a historical perspective, some look at it from a spiritual perspective and some try to reimagine things and retell them. Some went ahead and wrote fictional spin-offs by taking a character or an incident from the ancient Indian scriptures. Here are some such books we’ve ... Read More »

Pound Of Flesh by Mukul Deva | Book Review

Pound Of Flesh by Mukul Deva | Book Cover

Mukul Deva is a retired officer of the Indian Armed Forces. After retirement, he started writing books and conducting various seminars and is also associated with corporate training. He currently lives in Singapore. Though he also writes Management oriented books, from our team, I have got a chance to read his Military thriller – RIP – which is a military ... Read More »

Nothing Else Matters by Vish Dhamija | Book Review

Nothing Else Matters by Vish Dhamija | Book Cover

It is not the first book where the protagonist is a sniper. Of course, there are many movies and books already available with this theme. Nothing Else Matters by Vish Dhamija falls in the same category, which I found, has some unique attributes to offer. If you love reading crime thrillers and police procedural, you must have heard Vish Dhamija‘s ... Read More »

Don’t Tell The Governor by Ravi Subramanian | Book Review

Don't Tell The Governor by Ravi Subramanian | Book Cover

The latest banking thriller by Ravi Subramanian – Don’t Tell The Governor – was on our “to be read and reviewed” list since its announcement. Somehow it took more than expected time. Ultimately, from Team ThinkerViews, I got a chance to read it, and I am feeling delighted for this opportunity. Ravi himself is a professional banker. So, he has ... Read More »

A Rising Man by Abir Mukherjee | Book Review

A Rising Man by Abir Mukherjee | Book Cover

As the world has shrunk with modern, convenient means of travelling and communication, it has become the melting pot that started its journey with the severe clash of culture the colonization by Europeans started. There is a lot to be said about the evils of slavery and loss of independence and cultural heritage for numerous countries of the world under ... Read More »

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