The Mogul by Vish Dhamija

presents a masterful tale of power, money and crime The Mogul by Vish Dhamija The latest from the master of crime and courtroom drama  The wolves are circling; the lion is alone … Prem Bedi is the third richest man in the country. He commands both fear and respect, and, at fifty-three, he still looks… Continue reading The Mogul by Vish Dhamija

HarperCollins India presents ‘Obsessed’ by Ruchi Kokcha

presents a tale of lust and murder Obsessed by Ruchi Kokcha Recommended by Ravinder Singh The most shocking novel you’ll ever read. Disturbingly dark and full of shocking surprises, Obsessed traverses a path along the razor’s edge of twisted love. How far will Avik’s and Ananki’s obsessions take them? Investigative journalist Avik has finally found… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents ‘Obsessed’ by Ruchi Kokcha

HarperCollins India to publish Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s debut novel, Paradise Towers

HarperCollins India is proud to announce that it has acquired the Indian subcontinent rights for Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s debut, Paradise Towers, a heart-warming slice-of-life novel set in an apartment building in Mumbai. Paradise Towers will be published in October 2018. The acquisition includes a second work of fiction, due to be published in 2020. The two… Continue reading HarperCollins India to publish Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s debut novel, Paradise Towers

HarperCollins India presents ‘The Story Of A Long Distance Marriage’ by Siddhesh Inamdar

presents a tale of love across continents The Story Of A Long Distance Marriage by Siddhesh Inamdar The love story of our times. Disarmingly honest and achingly sweet, The Story of a Long-Distance Marriage chronicles an ordinary couple’s tale of extraordinary love for each other. “We’ll always have each other to come back to.” Rohan… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents ‘The Story Of A Long Distance Marriage’ by Siddhesh Inamdar

HarperCollins India presents ‘Swear You Won’t Tell?’ by Vedashree Khambete-Sharma

presents a killer tale of wit and suspense Swear You Won’t Tell? by Vedashree Khambete-Sharma ‘What a breeze … More please!’ Rohan Joshi, AIB  ‘Snarky and breezy, with enough corpses and nostalgia to keep those pages turning and wow, it’s 2 a.m. already!’ Ashish Shakya, AIB ‘A cracker of a story … I couldn’t stop.… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents ‘Swear You Won’t Tell?’ by Vedashree Khambete-Sharma

Indian Preview: Our Top New Releases from February

February, the month of love, heartache, accepting that your resolutions went out the window but on the bright side, salaries come early. And what do we do with our salary? We buy books! Here are our top 5 books for this month.   Letters to My Ex Most love  stories  have  their  share  of  misunderstandings, … Continue reading Indian Preview: Our Top New Releases from February

Spotlight: An Interview with a Bookstagrammer

In Spotlight, we interview people who've popularized books on different social media platforms. With irresistible pictures, intelligent conversations and book recommendations, these bibliophile social media masters are the best kind of influencers. Today we're in conversation with Resh Susan, whose Instagram handle The Book Satchel has nearly 30,000 followers. She also has a blog with… Continue reading Spotlight: An Interview with a Bookstagrammer

Indian Preview: Our Top New Releases from January

2018 is here, and so are our bumper line-up of wonderful books! There's a book for every kind of reader on this list. Happy reading, folks.

Independence day in Pakistan: An Excerpt from ‘Karachi Raj’

Jashn-e-Azadi came around soon after she concluded the census. Six decades on, the wonder of Independence remained fresh, a miracle that by rights ought never to have happened in the first place. National songs blared constantly on the radio: ‘Ay watan, pyare watan’, ‘Main bhi Pakistan hoon’, ‘Jeevay, jeevay Pakistan’. A mela, held in what… Continue reading Independence day in Pakistan: An Excerpt from ‘Karachi Raj’

Of Dates, Darlings and Daddies: An Excerpt from ‘Me, Mia, Multiple’

My bladder is pretty heavy by this point, but I am not sure if I should ask his permission to use the washroom. In fact, I am not sure of anything right now. I am not sure if I should lift that cup of tea placed in front of me, lest it rattles in the saucer and makes me… Continue reading Of Dates, Darlings and Daddies: An Excerpt from ‘Me, Mia, Multiple’