Eye On You is an exciting and quick whodunit that doesn’t shy away from throwing punches at various levels of the society.
The Misters Kuru is a breezy read, with plenty of social commentary and an endearing romance story at its heart.
Moustache is the story of a time and a place that was once here but doesn’t exist anymore. And paradoxically, it’s about the way things remain the same even after a hundred years.
Yesterday’s Ghosts is a decent attempt at a furiously-paced military thriller.
Gangster On The Run is an uplifting portrayal of one man’s fall and redemption.
Gunning For The Godman is a crisp, satisfying true-crime page-turner.
Synopsis: Kintsugi, named after the ancient Japanese art of mending broken objects with gold, is a novel about young women … More
Aseem Rastogi’s Dread has stories with a real sense of terror and injustice, with relatable characters.
Mahesh Sowani’s The Morning Mist is a short, quick-paced thriller that manages to stay unpredictable. Review.
Despite a slow opening, Call Me Al arrests you with its sparkling prose and clinical profile of its protagonist. A recommended read.