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Exciting times - The Paperback VftD

It’s exciting to be working on finalising the paperback for Voice From The Dark. Not long till its released. Finally in print, somehow seeing the physical copy makes it feel real, Eeek.

Crime/thriller

Ordeal of Innoncence

Author: Agatha Christie

Rating: 3/5

I have always been a great fan of Agatha Christie and her popular detective character Hercule Poirot. Every time I write a review of her work, I can’t stop myself from appreciating her style of writing. 590 more words

Crime/Thriller

#BOOKREVIEW: VIKRAM RANA INVESTIGATES

TITLE: Vikram Rana Investigates (Tales of Murder & Detection in Hyderabad)
AUTHOR: Sharmishtha Shenoy
GENRE: Fiction ( Crime, Suspense, Thriller)

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Vikram Rana Murder Mysteries… 576 more words

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Spotlight: Vikram Rana Investigates


VIKRAM RANA INVESTIGATES

BY

SHARMISHTHA SHENOY


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Vikram Rana Murder Mysteries set in Hyderabad……


The Mysterious Affair of the Lohia Mansion


When the glamourous socialite Richa Lohia is poisoned in her mansion in Jubilee Hills, her brother-in-law hires his mate, ex-cop Vikram Rana, to solve this murder. 591 more words

Books

Book Review: I See You by Clare Mackintosh

I See You by Clare Mackintosh
Publisher: Little Brown UK
Release Date: 28th July 2016
Buy: Hardback | Kindle
What They Say:

When Zoe Walker sees her photo in the classifieds section of a London newspaper, she is determined to find out why it’s there. 591 more words

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*The Stepmother* by Claire Seeber

The Stepmother is a very intense, fast-paced psychological thriller.

Jeanie Randall didn’t realize when she married Matthew King, just how hard it was going to be, to make their blended family work. 239 more words

Peg Glover Reviews

Book Review: Just What Kind of Mother Are You? by Paula Daly

Just What Kind of Mother Are You? by Paula Daly
Publisher: Transworld
Release Date: 25th April 2013
Buy: Paperback | Kindle
What They Say:

Your friend’s child is missing. 604 more words

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