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1-10 11-20

The Price You Pay

Somnath Batabyal

‘A terrific debut: wry and witty, pacy and addictive, and held together by riffs of pitch-perfect Delhi dialogue. Somnath Batabyal looks likely to do for Delhi what Raymond Chandler did for LA’ —William Dalrymple ‘The Price You Pay reveals how corruption, power games and ego clashes shape the way we respond to crime and how we report it. Somnath Batabyal gives us an evocative and thought-provoking tour through newsrooms, copsheds, TV stations and the underbelly of modern India....

Jacob Hills

Ismita Tandon Dhanker

An unloved woman is a soft target – anyone can hit her, have her... It’s just another evening at the Tiller’s Club. Near the bar, Capt. Rana, the Young Officer undergoing training at the War College, stands among his course mates, consciously avoiding his pregnant wife, Heena. Rumour has it she forced him into marriage because of the baby. Saryu, village -belle-turned-modern-babe, chats up another YO. Her husband, Maj. Vikram Singh, shoots angry glances at her. The flamboyant and...

Not Only The Things That Have Happened

Mridula Koshy

A woman relinquishes her four-year-old son to tourists passing through town. Losing him, she loses the story of her future. A world away from her, the boy becomes a man without the story of his past. Decades on, the mother struggles on her deathbed to find the story that will release her from life; the son’s struggle is for the story that will allow him to live. Not Only the Things That Have Happened is a novel about the stories that make us and break us and then remake us. The novel...

Bong Mom’s Cookbook

Sandeepa Mukherjee Datta

The new woman's spin on old traditions – a must have kitchen supplement! Given the sheer pace of life today, it has become harder and harder to follow in our mothers’ footsteps, to recreate moments of bonding in the kitchen, to maintain family traditions – especially when it comes to food. Sandeepa Mukherjee Datta – blogger, foodie and mother of two – strives to make this possible in her own life, and yours. This delicious book travels from Sandeepa’s grandmother’s kitchen...


Jugal Mody

So Lord Vishnu showed up one morning when I was really stoned and asked me to save the world from turning undead. How did I save the world? I didn’t. We did. And while saving the world, I got to forcefully kiss the girl of my dreams. Many times. My best friends got to smoke a lot of good shit. A lot more than they would have otherwise smoked in that much time. They also got to crash an airplane into a slum outside Santacruz airport. But don’t worry, there were only zombies around when that...

Jack Is Back in Corporate Carnival

P.G. Bhaskar

‘P.G. Bhaskar’s lines are packed with wit that ring with sincerity and spontaneity, eliciting some hearty laughs. He has an amazing ability to strike a chord despite the scene.’
- The New Indian Express

Just Married, Please Excuse

Yashodhara Lal

‘The very real growth of love and understanding between a newly married couple despite their very different backgrounds and personalities make the book believable, readable and why yes, even enjoyable!’
- Shilpa Garg

1-10 11-20