Pravin Anand – Novelist, author of Mumtaz and Taj Mahal

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If you are an admirer of Indian English fiction, you must be aware that the authors have different interests. While some may like to remain in the fancy world they create with words, others do take interest in the incidents and happenings in the real world to create their fiction. Whereas, there are also the authors who entirely portray only the truth, with a certain colouring of their imagination so that truth becomes dramatic. I am writing about one author ...

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Elephants in the Room by Suraj Laxminarayanan

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Elephants in the Room is a crime thriller novel published by The Write Place and written by Suraj Laxminarayanan, a debutant. This novel is a long tale but rather stands still. The author has managed to create a fiction out of ‘almost nothing’. Two gangs collide inside the bank for the larger share or the whole of the robbery that is intended to be done. One gang is professional, fighting for their lives and another gang is amateur, robbing for ...

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Indicting Goliath – Lal Bhatia’s autobiography

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Lal Bhatia’s autobiography, Indicting Goliath, is a book which has initiated many questioning thoughts in the minds of the readers. The book, in fact, is a puzzle which was supposed to be solved by the ones who were supposed to do it – the federal judges and the police officials (FBI and others) and also the attorneys were supposed to establish the correct facts before the court of justice. However, nothing happened like this and one innocent had ...

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American Maharajah by Mark Levy

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Mark Stephen Levy’s second novel, to say, American Maharajah, is a book of fiction which has something of everything in it and it offers something of many things to the readers of many different sections – serious readers, trend-readers, casual-readers and everyday readers like the young school kid enjoying the high school studies in different subjects. To cut things short, the fiction has different dimensions and all the dimensions are touched with a subtle art of fiction – ...

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Little Maryam – Hamid Baig

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Hamid Baig’s debut novel, Little Maryam, is a novel which embarks the ‘different kind’ of romance narrative on the horizon of Indian fiction. It is not a simply written romance novel with usual scenes of intimate moments and a guy and a girl spending some time together before moving on to another one in their life. Little Maryam is a novel which presents the story of Saadiq and Maryam, the lovers who were separated by fate and later ...

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