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Criminals in Uniform : A Hindi Thriller | Book Review

Criminals in Uniform : A Hindi Thriller | Book Cover

Truth is stranger than the fiction. We all have heard/read this phrase many a times and most of us believe in the same as well, right? Sometimes the creative people come up with an idea of writing a riveting thriller based on some real incidents – the incidents that could have caught many eyes and became talk of the town, ... Read More »

Theodor Boone: The Fugitive | Book Review

Theodor Boone: The Fugitive | Book Cover

John Grisham, the famous author has introduced us to a kid lawyer – Theodore “Theo” Boone. Of course, he is not actually a lawyer with a degree, as he is still in school. But, born to parents who both are lawyers and serving different streams of law, he know a little about laws. His uncle is also a (retired from ... Read More »

Wuhan by John Fletcher | Book Review

Wuhan by John Fletcher | Book Cover

The great advantage of living in today’s world is being able to tell your story to the world and in the same way, being able to read the stories from around the world and find that there is something about humans that seems to be a common thread in all cultures and all civilizations – a spirit to survive. There ... Read More »

Unnatural Causes by P D James | Book Review

Unnatural Causes by P D James | Book Cover

We strongly believe in the saying “Reading is to mind, what exercise is to body”. And, to do intense exercise we love to explore mysteries. I have heard a lot about the works of Phyllis Dorothy James, popularly known as P D James, and was curious to explore the same. As part of the same quest, I got my hands ... Read More »

Nothing Lasts Forever by Vish Dhamija | Book Review

Nothing Lasts Forever - No Secret can Stay Buried by Vish Dhamija | Book Cover

Author Vish Dhamija has attained success in the world of books with his well-received crime thrillers books that provide entertaining stories that sometimes reflect contemporary events. He provides easy to read, well-conceived plots in a thriller package where the reader keeps guessing about turns of events and characters as they read through to end. Below are some links to the ... Read More »

The Masala Murder by Madhumita Bhattacharya | Book Review

The Masala Murder by Madhumita Bhattacharya | Book Cover

Detective fiction is one of the most popular segments of fictional writing and like countless readers around the world, we also enjoy reading these books and are always looking for interesting detectives created by contemporary writers. Such works show a range of newly minted investigators from police officers to social workers to freelance agents to private citizens. Here at Thinkerviews ... Read More »

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