Go to Book No. 14 Check all the Books Here Name of the Book: FROZEN SUMMER AND COLUMBINA Author: Geetha Madhuri & Cynthia Vincent Read some reviews: 1. Mayura Ramesh 2. Shriya 3. Kumar The Story: Frozen Summer & Columbina is India's First Ever Double Header book with 2 different stories that fall under the … Continue reading #TornadoGiveaway – Frozen Summer & Columbia
A TIME TO KILL Read the Previous post by Sumi here. Really! Some people have no civic sense or basic etiquette, thought Tara as she heard the door open with force. She turned back and glared at the girl who walked in, invading the privacy she had needed with the police commissioner. Not … Continue reading Week2 – Post17 – GameOfBlogs by BlogAdda
Team Blog-o-holics' first entry. Walking on high heels can be a pain, thought Tara, as she stopped to adjust the straps of her wedges. She placed a hand on little Roohi's shoulders for support as she struggled with them. Everything in place, they started walking, Tara almost dragging her 9 year old daughter. "Hurry … Continue reading Week1 – FirstPost – #GameOfBlogs by BlogAdda
Scarlet Revenge by Ann McGinnis The Blurb The FBI doesn't know what to do with Analyst Caycee Scarlet. She's brash, brilliant & brutally relentless when tracking a serial killer. But she also has a temper, problems with authority figures and recognizing the chain of command. Things go sideways for Caycee when she uncovers … Continue reading Book Review – Scarlet Revenge by Ann McGinnis
“When life gives you lemons … be sure to spit the pits out of that lemonade you’re making. Otherwise you’ll choke.” – Curt Savage The past year has not been a good one for Curt Savage. Depressed over the death of a loved one, he’s gone into hiding, becoming entirely too comfortable with saying that … Continue reading Book Review – Savage Summer by Ruth Bainbridge
The Madras Mangler by Usha Narayanan The REVIEW: Usha Narayanan has done a great job with The Madras Mangler. The title itself is so clever that it was enough for me to take up the book which the author lovingly provided in exchange of an honest review. It is a fast paced thriller with … Continue reading Book Review – The Madras Mangler by Usha Narayanan
Anna bolted the front as well as the back door. She shut all the windows and drew the curtains, first the white lace ones and then the dark velvety ones too. Relieved, she turned on the TV and switched to the local news channel. The reporter on the channel was going on about the 'stranger' … Continue reading Who’s There? – A stranger comes calling.
It all started on a cold January afternoon while I was returning from college, hands in pocket and satchel on back, hurrying to cross the deserted alleyway. It was then I felt those eyes on me, roving over my body and boring into my back, penetrating the many layers of clothing to reach my heart … Continue reading Kidnapped.
Ritu was sitting in front of the dresser, carefully applying polish to her manicured nails, when she heard the door bell ring. Startled by the sudden noise in the middle of the afternoon, she upset the box of polish which fell on the floor, smearing the tiles in pastel shades, sound of breaking glass echoing … Continue reading She did It!