Category: Thriller

  • Death of Me: A Short Psychological Thriller

    After the heartwarming response to my novella, Three Women & A Murder, my belief in writing psychological thrillers with a focus on the human mind and its trappings and not merely suspense mysteries/drama has been strengthened. So here’s another e-novella, which is about the befuddling murder of a housewife named Sukanya Swaminathan. It’s available on […]

  • One Arranged Murder by Chetan Bhagat: A Short Review

    A rookie detective named Saurabh loses his fiancee Prerna on Karva Chauth. He discovers her lifeless body thrown out of the terrace of her posh bungalow in Delhi. Her family is distraught and the incompetent and corrupt Delhi police has no clue about the murderer. So now, he must find her killer along with his […]

  • The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

    The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

    After years of reading and pondering, I have now within me a well-installed crap-tracker. And it won’t tolerate stale nonsense that’s sold and churned out, every other day.

  • You by Caroline Kepnes

    You by Caroline Kepnes

    Now, I don’t want to know if you have watched You on Netflix. Truth be told, I discovered Caroline Kepnes on Netflix. But trust me on this. It really doesn’t matter if you have watched You and its sequel, please, please do read the book. It’s so much better.

  • Malice by Keigo Higashino

    Malice by Keigo Higashino

    Mr. Higashino, what I feel for your writing talent can be summed up in one word. Malice.

  • The Grownup by Gillian Flynn

    The Grownup by Gillian Flynn

    The first person narration, which verges on outright honest to downright cynical and highhanded is a winner. And of course, Flynn knows how to twist and turn the language to suit her needs and satiate the thirst of the reader.

  • Eileen by Ottessa Moshfeigh

    Eileen by Ottessa Moshfeigh

    “I felt like killing my father, but I didn’t want him to die.” This is a novel you will remember. Deliciously dark, wickedly funny at the most unusual junctures, shocking at times, gloomy at length and startlingly smart, Moshfeigh takes us on a journey of a woman you won’t meet quite often. And even if […]