Book– The Paris Mysteries Author – Edgar Allan Poe Publish date – 28 April, 2020 Publisher – Pushkin Press Blurb Three macabre and confounding mysteries for the… Read more “The Paris Mysteries Deluxe Edition – Book Review”
Book: The Sinners Author: Sourabh Mukherjee Publisher: Srishti Publishers Published: 11 November, 2019 Pages: 200 Blurb Vikram Oberoi is found dead in his penthouse. A few hours… Read more “The Sinners – Book Review”
Book: Nothing Ventured Author: Jeffrey Archer Publisher: Pan MacMillan Pages: 324 Published: 5th September, 2019 Blurb William Warwick has always wanted to be a detective, and decides,… Read more “Nothing Ventured — Book Review”
About the book Title: Twisted Author: Steve Cavanaugh Publisher: Orion Publishing Group Date published: 4 April, 2019 Review J.T LeBeau is world’s most successful thriller author. Whatever… Read more “Twisted – Book Review”
About the Book Title: The Floating Feldmans Author: Elyssa Frieland Publisher: Berkley Date published : 23 July, 2019 Review The Feldman matriarch Annette Feldman is turning 70… Read more “The Floating Feldman – Book Review”
About the Book Title: Spin the Dawn Author: Elizabeth Lim Publisher : Random House Children’s Date published : 9 July, 2019 Review The story revolves around Maia,… Read more “Spin the Dawn – Book Review”
Another amusingly quirky crime novel from McCall Smith, a good commute read.
A wacky quirky crime novel that will leave you amused instead of scared or anxious
A new concept, interesting story. Amazing world-building. A must summer read for lovers of YA fantasy
An all-new thriller from Megan Miranda. Not so spooky but full of suspense. A mild thriller for the first time thriller readers.
Title: Narasimha Series: Mahaavatar Trilogy #1 Author: Kevin Missal Date published: June 10, 2019 Publisher: Harper Collins Review This story is the retelling of the story of… Read more “Narasimha – Book Review”
An outlandish book with a simple premise. You’ll love it if you love magical realism
A new concept, an out of the box execution. Simple but heart – wrenching
A book that deserves to be in your collection simply for the look and feel. Nonetheless, the content of the book deserves appreciation as well
An ideal read for anyone who loves Frank L. Baum and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz