Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Madras Mangler by Usha Narayanan

This is a classic ‘whodunit’ tale, based in madras aka chennai. Five young girls, are enjoying their college life but not for long. Madras Mangler is a gripping thriller with a serial killer out on the streets, dumping bodies of … Continue reading

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Fall of Giants by Ken Follet

Ken Follet is one of my favourite authors. While he is good at racy spy thrillers, he excels at historical fiction too which is a rarity nowadays. Fall of Giants is the first book in his Century Trilogy series. The … Continue reading

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Aisle Be Damned by Rishi Piparaiya

I read this book on a night when my husband was scheduled to fly back from Mumbai to Chennai. As the book unfolded from chapter to chapter, I wanted to send him message after message, about how to get an … Continue reading

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