The Murder of Sonia Raikkonen is the second book in the Inspector Saralkar mystery series, but this is the first time I have read Salil Desai’s book. Senior Inspector Saralkar and PSI Motkar are summoned to a public garden where the body of a Finnish tourist has been discovered. Sonia Raikkonen seemed to have fallen victim to brutal rape and murder. The only clue the duo has is a single.
I have to admit that I was hooked to Anyone But Ivy Pocket even before I read the blurb. No it’s not the cover, but the message from the author Caleb Krisp at the back of the ARC that I received. I have received quite a few ARCs before but none with such a message from the author. It was different, it was interesting and it was humorous and.
I had heard a lot about ‘The House of Silk’, the first book in this series. Unfortunately, I could not get my hands on it. When I received the review copy of Moriarty from the publishers, I was really excited to get into it. The story picks up from the Reichenbach Falls, where Sherlock Holmes and his arch-nemesis meet their end. Pinkerton agent Frederick Chase and Inspector Athelney Jones.
Ri – Homeland of Uncertainty by Paulami DuttaGupta is really a wonderful and thought provoking book. This book is necessarily the story of Manbha, a freedom fighter. He wants independence for his land and is ready to lay down his life for it. What he is not prepared to do is stake the lives of the innocents of the state as a cost for that freedom. He did start off.
No, I’m not a big fan of mystery thrillers. Yes, the book makes me think otherwise. It was literally UNPUTDOWNABLE!! Rasleen Syal has debuted in a fairly untouched genre in India and she comes out a winner! A very moving murder mystery, Happily Murdered is definitely a notch higher than your expectations. ‘Someone has rightly said that in love and revenge a woman is more barbaric than a man can.
To buy/rent this book, click here Mario Puzo’s magnum opus crime novel, The Godfather, is powerful, all-encompassing and captivating even after almost half a century of its publication. The sizzling blood saga of the 1940′s criminal underworld and the War of the Five Families of Mafiosi in New York is gripping even as it shocks. Don Vito Corleone is the great Don, the Godfather for many, and the head of the most.
To buy/rent this book, click here If ever one was to think of a Bollywood style retelling of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, in a completely Indian context, Satyarth Nayak’s book would fit the bill. A father is murdered brutally, leaving behind clues for his daughter to embark on a mission that would lead her to a sacred truth, a truth closely guarded by a secret brotherhood. What’s more,.