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About a month ago, Manish Gupta, the author of English Bites had contacted me requesting a review for his book. He sent me a detailed introduction about the book, a few anecdotes from the book and also links to the reviews of the books. … Continue reading →
My review: Angel of the Dark is everything trademark Sidney Sheldon. The story lasts decades, there are innumerable characters, the characters travel so many countries, there are murders, police investigations, lots of suspense and un-expected twists, deceits and revenges and … Continue reading →
My review: Henry Angkatell and his wife Lucy Angkatell invite their friends John Christow – a passionate doctor – and Gerda Christow – a plain and a little stupid woman, but a devoted wife to John – to their country-side home … Continue reading →
The Devotion Of Suspect X is a novel by author Keigo Higashino. It has been translated from Japanese to English so that suspense lovers all over can devour the great work that it is. My review: Most mystery/suspense/crime thrillers start … Continue reading →
My review: The World Beyond is a historical romance set in the year 1857 on the on-set of India’s first war of independence. Salim, the prince of Lucknow, son of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah, falls in love with Rachael, … Continue reading →
Conditions Apply is a comical exploration of modern social values as seen by its outrageously funny yet endearing characters, who struggle to find love and peace amidst the endless pressures of a metropolis. Borrowed from the hushed discussions you may … Continue reading →