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Midnight in Death by J. D. Robb

Midnight in Death by J. D. Robb

“Murder knows no traditions. It ignores sentiments. It takes no holidays.” The ominous opening lines of my latest read Midnight in Death by J. D. Robb aka Nora Roberts sent a shiver down my spine. After hobnobbing with witty Gauri and impressive Holmes, I thought a pure murder mystery would […]

by September 17, 2013 e-Books, Review
Death by a Honeybee by Abigail Keam

Death by a Honeybee by Abigail Keam

A woman beekeeper discovers a dead man in her hives and within 10 minutes into the book, she becomes the prime suspect as the victim is none other than her sworn enemy! As soon as I began reading Death by a Honeybee written by Abigail Keam, I had an inkling […]

by September 14, 2013 e-Books, Review
Wise Enough To Be Foolish by Gauri Jayaram

Wise Enough To Be Foolish by Gauri Jayaram

It is a long time since I have read an autobiography, though often the fictionalized memoirs are as inspiring as the real ones. And, last week I did get lucky when I downloaded a limited free eBook version of Wise Enough To Be Foolish written by Gauri Jayaram courtesy Amazon. […]

by September 13, 2013 e-Books, Review
The Guilty by Gabriel Boutros

The Guilty by Gabriel Boutros

As I looked at the tag line of Guilty by Gabriel Boutros proclaiming as to ‘What happens when a lawyer crosses the line’, I got quite curious to know what kind of boundaries our lawyer hero is going to cross here. I have never read a Court Drama before and […]

by September 6, 2013 e-Books, Review
Fall of Giants by Ken Follett

Fall of Giants by Ken Follett

I have just finished reading Fall of Giants by Ken Follett, a superbly written historical fiction. While randomly buying this 852 pages long eBook (partly due to its very low price) I hardly knew that I have laid my hands on a gem. It is a big challenge to write […]

by September 1, 2013 e-Books, Review
Wool by Hugh Howey : The short eBook

Wool by Hugh Howey : The short eBook

“The children were playing while Holston climbed to his death” The very first sentence of Wool by Hugh Howey struck me as something unusual, reminiscent of 1984, with clock striking thirteen. Usually people jump down to their death, but here the main character Holston was climbing to his death. The […]

by August 6, 2013 e-Books, Review
Blood Red Sari by Ashok Banker

Blood Red Sari by Ashok Banker

A beautiful face with bright red lipstick and brooding eyes and a bold caption proclaiming Blood Red Sari on the cover page, captivated me, while I was deciding which book to read after Arjuna from my ever swelling TBR. But, this time the cover page was competing against the intriguing […]

by July 20, 2013 e-Books, Review
The Wordkeepers by Jash Sen

The Wordkeepers by Jash Sen

The moment I finished reading Arjuna, the mesmerizing Green Eye on the cover page of The Wordkeepers caught my attention. It is a strange coincidence that I picked up yet another mythical book after reading Arjuna and Thundergod in quick succession. Though I was quite tempted by the attractive Blood […]

by July 14, 2013 e-Books, Review