The Trial of the Maharaja by Debleena Majumdar
This was a very thoroughly researched and educational account, as well as an interesting one, of the first judicial murder that took place in British India in the late 18th century.
Book Review: The Good, The Bad and the Unknown by Raj Tilak Roushan
Each story in The Good, the Bad and the Unknown is just a small, non-significant mystery that Rishi has to solve, some of which could be featured as side-plots in a fully-formed novel. With these stories you gain an insight in to author Raj Tilak Roushan himself, the people he works with and against.
Book Review: The Deadly Dozen: India’s Most Notorious Serial Killers
This book, The Deadly Dozen, is a frenzied feast for all true-crime fans! It's a very insightful and detailed account of some of the most horrific serial killers. In fact, while reading this book I just had to keep turning the pages yet again. Not just because it's all that enjoyable in any way, shape or form, to delve a little too deeply into the malefic minds of such murderous men, but because I sincerely believe that most people are fascinated in one way or another by serial killers.