#CriminallyGood: Scarlet Night, The Final Chapter

*drumroll please* Thrilled to announce that we have a winner! Trisha Bora started the series, Tanushree Podder took forward an exciting premise, Amitabh Pandey brought on the twists, Vish Dhamija steered matters beautifully to the penultimate chapter, and Kalpana M. Muttireddi, the winner, has brought the story to a satisfactory, convincing conclusion. Thank you, Kalpana and… Continue reading #CriminallyGood: Scarlet Night, The Final Chapter

September Preview: Our Top Five Indian Releases

The Nationalist It will not be an exaggeration to say that multinational conglomerate Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is behind every critical national endeavour – India's first nuclear submarine; its strategic weapon and missile systems; the space exploration programme; and infrastructure like metro systems and nuclear power plants. And one man has been instrumental in taking… Continue reading September Preview: Our Top Five Indian Releases

#CriminallyGood: Scarlet Night, Chapter Three by Amitabh Pandey

After a cliffhanger second chapter by Tanushree Podder, Scarlet Night is back with a new instalment from the writer of crime novels Himalayan White and Himalayan Hazard, Amitabh Pandey. Just one more chapter to go after this, before we throw it open to readers to write the final chapter of this mini-series. Here we go:… Continue reading #CriminallyGood: Scarlet Night, Chapter Three by Amitabh Pandey

#CriminallyGood: Scarlet Night, Chapter Two by Tanushree Podder

We're back with Scarlet Night, part of our month-long celebration of crime fiction. Hope you enjoyed reading the first chapter by Trisha Bora which we shared exclusively on Harper Broadcast last week. Today, we bring you the next instalment of the series, the second chapter by Tanushree Podder. Here we go: I hate these tasks.  A… Continue reading #CriminallyGood: Scarlet Night, Chapter Two by Tanushree Podder