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The Woman on the Orient express by Linsay Jayne Ashford

I brought this book thinking it was 'Murder on the Orient express.' Only when I started reading did I realise that it was something completely different. Stuff on the back cover says Hoping to make a clean break from a fractured marriage, Agatha Christie boards the Orient Express in disguise. But unlike her famous detective… Continue reading The Woman on the Orient express by Linsay Jayne Ashford

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BEFORE HE KILLS BY BLAKE PIERCE

  I love a good crime thriller and had not read one from a new author in a long time. I came across this book on amazons best seller list and picked it up. After reading the book I wish I had not. STUFF ON THE BACK COVER SAYS In the cornfields of Nebraska a… Continue reading BEFORE HE KILLS BY BLAKE PIERCE

Vishak Shakti

Book review-MANGO PEOPLE IN BANANA REPUBLIC BY VISHAK SHAKTI

I usually do not judge books by their covers but the title and the cover of this one had me very intrigued. The title of the book, which happens to be a very controversial statement made by Robert Vadra in 2012, has been very cleverly used by the author. After reading the book I must… Continue reading Book review-MANGO PEOPLE IN BANANA REPUBLIC BY VISHAK SHAKTI

Amish Tripathi

Book Review-THE OATH OF THE VAYUPUTRA BY AMISH TRIPATHI

Part 3 of the “shiva” trilogy is something I had to read to cure my curiosity after mildly enjoying the first and second  book in this series. STUFF ON THE BACK COVER SAYS Shiva is gathering his forces. He reaches the Naga capital, Panchavati, and Evil is finally revealed. The Neelkanth prepares for a holy… Continue reading Book Review-THE OATH OF THE VAYUPUTRA BY AMISH TRIPATHI