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Plum Under Wraps by Akanksha Shrivastava is a medley of raw and delightful poems that come straight from the writer's heart.
The Chennai Killings by Chital Mehta is an atmospheric crime thriller told with multiple POVs.
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The Apple by Devashish Sardana is the story of Queen Azura guarding the secret garden of Eden that houses the apple of immortality
A Sweet Deal by Andaleeb Wajid is a simple sweet tale of Rumana and Daniyal who fall in love after becoming the business contemporaries.
The Crown of Seven Stars is a magnificent tale with concepts such as courage, destiny, and self-awareness strung together.
Tootan by Ashutosh Asthana is a very emotional story highlighting the orthodox society and its stand against inter-caste marriage.
Happy for no reason is the memoir of Mandira Bedi, a woman who is synonymous with fitness today.
Keep this little book by your bedside, or your desk, or on your kitchen shelf, and turn to it from time to time.