Thursday, September 11, 2014

Private India

 Listed as one of India's top fiction authors , Ashwin Singhi has crafted a niche in the mindset of the  Indian readers and across the world, esp post his famous "Krishna Key" novel

On the other side of the world, yet another name that pops out when you say crime novels, is James Patterson, being etremely famous for his Alex cross series , Private LA,London novels and his biggest hit till date , Pop Goes the Weasel

Nothing in the world makes me happy than the smell of a  new book. The excitement of a new novel, getting involved in a new story and a new world and forgetting the outside world can really be a wonderful experience for anyone who is into books. I am no exception . I have the tendency to forget all schedules and think about anything else only after finishing the book completely .
Being a book addict, I am a huge fan of crime and action thriller novels and some of my most favourite authors include Jeffrey Archer, Frederick Forsyth , Robin Cook , John Grisham and Sidney Sheldon. And in this club joins two more elite authors, namely James Patterson and Ashwin Singhvi
Listed as one of India's top fiction authors, Ashwin Singhi has crafted a niche in the mind-set of the Indian readers and across the world, esp post his famous "Krishna Key" novel
On the other side of the world, yet another name that pops out when you say crime novels, is James Patterson, being extremely famous for his Alex cross series, Private LA, London novels and his biggest hit till date , Pop Goes the Weasel
What happens when these two renowned authors come together to write a thrilling novel . The result is Private India , a fantastic page turner that can keep any reader awake till late hours of the night , engrossed in the story and its interesting characters
Set in the streets of Mumbai, Private India, a key detective agency takes on a series of challenging homicides and encounters several difficulties and obstacles on route . With the plot linking to several international connections, the plot thickens even further and what seems to be a straightforward case seems to be anything than that. 
The story traverses through characters across the world from Bangkok, Pakistan, US and their single thread of connection.. Given a typical James Patterson novel, Private India also revolves a mystical serial killer and even more intriguing ways of killing. The Private team has its hands full in solving this case where the bodies keep piling up and almost every advanced medical and technological techniques are deployed to decrypt the clues left behind, yet something keeps evading them
The storyline is kept tight and gripping with almost every page adding more interest to the story. It doesn’t goes into extreme detailing that can bore the authors, but rather faithfully sticks to the story as any good novel should be

I am not adding any much further to the story, so as to avoid any spoilers, so that you can enjoy the full experience
Thanks to Blog Adda book review club, I was fortunate to receive a signed copy of this wonderful novel , and finished it in just 2 days , from the day of its arrival. This is a definite treasure and really hope to cherish this one and probably even share it with other friends of mine for them to delight in this experience of this novel






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