HarperCollins India presents Hijabistan by Sabyn Javeri

HarperCollins India is proud to announce                 an exploration into the relationship between attire and identity HIJABISTAN SABYN JAVERI  A feisty, urban-women–centric collection of short stories in a fresh, powerful voice A young kleptomaniac infuses thrill into her suffocating life by using her abaya to steal lipsticks and flash men. An office worker feels empowered… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents Hijabistan by Sabyn Javeri

HarperCollins India presents Diary of a Malayali Madman by N. Prabhakaran

HarperCollins India is proud to announce stories by a post-modernist pioneer DIARY OF A MALAYALI MADMAN By N. PRABHAKARAN (TRANSLATED BY JAYASREE KALATHIL) Meditations on madness from one of India’s finest fiction writers In the dimly lit yard of the arrack shop by the road, a small crowd had assembled, the men almost naked, the… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents Diary of a Malayali Madman by N. Prabhakaran

HarperCollins India presents The Heist Artist by Vish Dhamija

HarperCollins India is proud to present The Heist Artist by Vish Dhamija    A MISSING PAINTING. A THRILLING CHASE. A CONMAN AT HIS PEAK. THE HEIST OF A LIFETIME. About the book: Vagh Pratap Singh, aka the Captain, is conman extraordinaire. From transporting illegal merchandise and stealing cars to breaking safes, he’s done it all.… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents The Heist Artist by Vish Dhamija

HarperCollins India presents Left From The Nameless Shop by Adithi Rao

Step back in time with this pen portrait of small-town India. Left From The Nameless Shop by Adithi Rao Stories from the life you left behind. One that you hope to return to. In the storytelling vein of RK Narayan’s Malgudi Days A boy communes with the gods by talking to a pillar. The ‘hibiscus girl’… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents Left From The Nameless Shop by Adithi Rao

HarperCollins India and Black Ink present A Long Way Home by Mitali Meelan

HarperCollins India and Black Ink bring to you a moving account of brotherhood and youthful passion A Long Way Home by Mitali Meelan A story set in the calm before a storm  In A Long Way From Home the Adhikari brothers follow their dreams while re-discovering their relationship with one another. Mitali Meelan weaves a… Continue reading HarperCollins India and Black Ink present A Long Way Home by Mitali Meelan

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Me: I'm working on a new book, it's about the disappearance of a number of children in Delhi. I was wondering if you could help me research it. Daedalus: Help you, how? Me: I need someone to be my, as they put it in the military, 'boots on the ground'. I'm even willing to consider… Continue reading [Phone call with an anonymous source known only as Daedalus.]

HarperCollins India presents this year’s biggest financial thriller by Ravi Subramanian

HarperCollins India is proud to announce THE BIGGEST FINANCIAL THRILLER THIS YEAR! DON’T TELL THE GOVERNOR by RAVI SUBRAMANIAN Releasing 06.11.2018   On 8 November, when the clocks strike 12, your money will be no good. Somewhere on the India–Nepal Border, a car full of passengers swerves off a highway and plunges into a valley,… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents this year’s biggest financial thriller by Ravi Subramanian

Test your punctuation!

A punctuation less excerpt from Kamas Last Sutra by Trisha Das I met Kala Devi two months ago She came up behind me while I was studying some carvings in the Kandariya temple We started talking and she told me some really interesting things about the temple and its history I figured she must be… Continue reading Test your punctuation!

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#FirstLook | Paradise Towers by Shweta Bachchan-Nanda

In a leafy Mumbai suburb, on the very turn of a U bend, stood the handsome structure of Paradise Towers, a residential building, built in the late sixties, as the last word in modern convenience. By ‘modern’ the builders meant that it had an elevator with a designated liftman, and a garden that most bungalows… Continue reading #FirstLook | Paradise Towers by Shweta Bachchan-Nanda