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Book Review: The Cold Room

Don't we all love a troubled character that tries to do right? More the suffering the merrier it is. Okay, maybe it is just...

Book Review: Stillhouse Lake

How well do you know anyone? You might meet people every day, but still, do you know the real them? You might...

Book review: Here and gone

I like jumping into the books without reading much about them. I try not to read the blurb before I pick a book up...

Book review: A Caribbean Mystery

What do you do when you are on a fully paid vacation at the Caribbeans, especially if you are escaping the long, dreary, cold England weather?...

Book review: 4:50 from Paddington

One cannot go wrong with an Agatha Christie, can they? Of all the projects that I have started and left midway, reading the entire...

Book review: India Shining

While the entire blogger fraternity is going crazy with their resolutions to read more and blog more, it has been almost a month since...

Book Review: Optimal Exposure

  “That's the thing about books. They let you travel without moving your feet.”― Jhumpa Lahiri, The Namesake If my last book had taken me to Afghanistan, the...

Book review: Penumbra

Everyone one of us would have tried playing the sleuth when we were young, thanks to the Enid Blyton and Carolyn Keene books like...

Book Review: Mummy’s Little Angel

Last week a friend was discussing in one of the forums about how if a plot had identical twins, then it somehow it involves...

Book Review: The Sunlight Pilgrims

Call me a pessimist but I am still wary about the much talked about Doomsday or Apocalypse. I mean who wouldn't want a Hulk...