Category Archives: Jaico Books

HiFi in Bollywood : Novel Review

Rishi Vohra made a brilliant debut with Once Upon the Tracks Of Mumbai, story of an autistic guy finding himself and helping others in the mad world of Mumbai. HiFi in Bollywood, yet again based in Mumbai, is a story surrounding Bollywood … Continue reading

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Awaken The Leader In You : Book Review

When I was first approached to review the book, “Awaken The Leader In You” penned by Mitesh and Indu Khatri, I was a bit wary as it was a self-help book based on leadership. Now, the Indian market is really flooded … Continue reading

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M S Dhoni : Book Review

About the authors: Ayaz Memon, one of India’s most prolific journalists, brings with him 33 years of experience in sports writing. He started his career covering sports and went on to edit newspapers like Mid Day, Bombay Times and DNA as well as magazines … Continue reading

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Find_Love.com : Novel Review

These days there are various matrimonial sites on the internet that are acting like the cupid for people who are either so busy in their work or are unlucky enough to not get married by a certain age. No Neeta … Continue reading

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Virat Kohli : Book Review

About the authors: Ayaz Memon, one of India’s most prolific journalists, brings with him 33 years of experience in sports writing. He started his career covering sports and went on to edit newspapers like Mid Day, Bombay Times and DNA as well as magazines … Continue reading

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Sachin Tendulkar : Book Review

“I use Grammarly’s plagiarism checker because however good a copy may be, it is never as good as the original.” About the authors: Ayaz Memon, one of India’s most prolific journalists, brings with him 33 years of experience in sports … Continue reading

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Undercover In High Heels : Novel Review

Book blurb: SECRET AFFAIRS, hunky gardeners, and housewives desperate enough to bare it all… welcome to Magnolia Lane, TV’s hottest new prime time show. A place where L.A. shoe designer Maddie Springer should be in fashion heaven. That is until the … Continue reading

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Killer In High Heels : Novel Review

Gemma Halliday continues Killer In High Heels from where she left Spying in High Heels. The writing tone is same, hilarious that is; the protagonist is dumb as ever, the setting has moved to the “sin city” Las Vegas from … Continue reading

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Spying In High Heels – Novel Review

Book blurb: L.A. SHOE DESIGNER, MADDIE SPRINGER, LIVES HER LIFE BY THREE RULES: FASHION. FASHION. FASHION. But when she stumbles upon the work of a brutal killer, her life takes an unexpected turn from Manolos to murder. And things only … Continue reading

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Aisle Be Damned : Novel Review

The author of the book Aisle Be Damned, Rishi Piparaiya is an over-worked and over-traveled corporate executive based in the skies, 38,000 feet over India. Not only was the cover-page intriguing but also compelling to read. Added to that, the … Continue reading

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