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3rd of November 2017: New and Second-Hand by Altaf Tyrewala

Today’s story, “New and Second-Hand” by Altaf Tyrewala just brought back those memories – of school and college, when I would scrounge the streets for great literature and not to forget the very famous store, “New and Second-Hand Book Store” at Dhobi Talao (after which this story is named and dedicated to) which shut in 2011. 239 more words

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Love, Africa by Jeffrey Gettleman

The biggest stories often start with a scrap of paper, a phone number and an obviously fake name….

From Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Jeffrey Gettleman, comes a memoir spanning three decades, his story of love, war and survival. 233 more words

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UNLAWFUL JUSTICE by Vish Dhamija

Unlawful Justice is a courtroom drama, similar to John Grisham’s novels, but shorter and to the point. It has all the qualities which a good modern day thriller should have. 368 more words

Hell! No Saints In Paradise promises a black comedy...

Title – Hell! No Saints In Paradise

Author – A.K.Asif

Publishers – Harper Collins India

Pages – 356

Genre – Fantasy, Science Fiction

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Review: Kissing the Demon (The Creative Writer's Handbook)

Sometimes a reader’s life and a writer’s life go hand in hand.

If you aspire to be a writer or if you are already struggling with that first draft or wondering how to send out that final draft to publications, this is the book for you. 259 more words

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True Love at the Lonely Hearts Bookshop by Annie Darling, Book Review

Hello fellow bookworms, this Review and book’s for all the fans of Jane Austen especially of Pride and prejudice. Happy reading :)


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House of Spies by Daniel Silva  ,Book Review

I have been a fan of Daniel Silva and his world of spies ever since I read The Black Widow earlier this year. Slowly I am getting all the previous books which feature his main character – the master spy Gabriel Allon. 553 more words

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