Book Review — Swear You Won’t Tell? by Vedashree Khambete-Sharma

It was supposed to be one press release. That’s all the tolerance Avantika Pandit, Bombay based journalist, had built up towards her school time archrival, Aisha Juneja. But that one event exposes her to the astounding news of her old bestfriend’s death. This discovery sends Avantika hurtling towards the people from her past, whom sheContinue reading “Book Review — Swear You Won’t Tell? by Vedashree Khambete-Sharma”

Book Review — More Bodies Will Fall by Ankush Saikia

Amenla Longkumer, a woman from Nagaland, was murdered in Delhi a year ago. So when the Delhi police closes the case without identifying any leads, her father approaches Detective Arjun Arora for help. The mystery behind Amenla’s death takes Arjun on a long journey into the inner recesses of the North-East, where he is forcedContinue reading “Book Review — More Bodies Will Fall by Ankush Saikia”

Book Review — Murder in a Minute by Shouvik Bhattacharya

The Aroras are an esteemed family in Palampur, Himachal Pradesh. When the eldest daughter and head of the company, Esha Arora is found murdered in their house, the very foundation of trust in one another starts crumbling as many of them had an ax to grind with the deceased. Shouvik Bhattacharya’s debut novel,¬†Murder in aContinue reading “Book Review — Murder in a Minute by Shouvik Bhattacharya”

Book Review — Written in Blood by Layton Green

Written in Blood¬†by Layton Green follows Detective Preach, as he attempts to wade through the murders cropping up in Creekville, North Carolina. The town, that was his home, beheld a devastating change after his departure. And now that he’s back, carrying his own nightmares of a time in Atlanta, he is forced to wonder whatContinue reading “Book Review — Written in Blood by Layton Green”

Book Review — The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson

Rory and her parents move to England, vying for a change that their lives in Louisiana couldn’t offer. Enrolled in a boarding school called Wexford, Rory is looking forward to all the adventure that is bound to come her way. But when a gruesome murder takes place, with an uncanny resemblance to the Jack theContinue reading “Book Review — The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson”