Mystery Thriller

Book Review: A Marketplace For Murder by Debleena Majumdar

'A Marketplace for Murder' takes place amid the world of high finance and banking frauds. Author Debleena Majumdar does an excellent job introducing the myriad characters of the story without overpowering the reader with a flood of information.

Book Review: The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins

If you want to read a gripping mystery/psychological thriller that will blow your mind, The Girl on the Train is the book for you. Well written with a very well done plot, “The Girl on the Train” is told from multiple (three) POVs.

The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga

The White Tiger is the splendid debut and Man-Booker Prize winning novel by Aravind Adiga which gives the world a glimpse of the life of a servant in modern day India trying to escape the darkness and become free.

A Will To Kill by RV Raman

A Will To Kill by RV Raman is absolutely, unequivocally brilliant!!! It's perfectly penned, ingeniously imagined, cleanly executed whodunit I have read recently.
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Book Review: The Woman In The Window by A J Finn

As I started reading The Woman In The Window, I got the immediate impression that I was seeing one of my favorite movies being played out a little differently. That movie is Hitchcock's "Rear Window." Also, other film noir classics came to mind and are mentioned in the story. This book had all the elements of one or any of those films.

Book Review: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

At first I wasn't sure that I would like this book; The Silent Patient seemed, for all intents and purposes, like just another generic psychological thriller. In many ways it was, but in other ways, it stood out because of its excellent characters and the depth of the story and its themes.

Book Review: No Margin For Error by Tanushree Podder

No Margin For Error is an excellent read with excellent insights into the personalities and temperaments of the two great commandos from the elite Special Force. The strength of this book is that the narrative is very compelling and easy to read.

Book Review: That Thing About You by Abhaidev

Author introduce readers to Subodh, just another IT guy, who gets rejected at love. But wait, 'That Thing About You' is not just another love-story. After heart break, Subodh found a mysterious female voice in his head who knows everything about him and guides him for better.
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Book Review: Sadhana, Who Stalked her? by Spandana Chakradhar

This book, Sadhana, Who Stalked Her?, is smart. It is symmetrical in its execution in many ways.Sadhana’s character is smart. She is both the outcast that women are when they fight back, and she is something of the misunderstood-bad-boy hero turned girl.

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