The Seventh Cup by Nitesh Kumar Jain is a mystery novel that revolves around a missing woman, Verona Schmidt, and Avinash, who is narrating his stories to her.
Silent Fires by Poojitha Prasad is a mystery thriller set around a hotshot celebrity Arun and his wife, Shravya's, sudden disappearance. Read the full review here.
The Chennai Killings by Chital Mehta is an atmospheric crime thriller told with multiple POVs.
The Speaking Stone by Ratnadip Acharya takes us back in the early 20th century. Though the book starts with contemporary Mumbai, we are continuously made to alternate between the past and the present.
Aahvan is a thriller story revolving around a buried truth blended with both history and contemporary scenario.
What happens when the three gangs come face to face on their mission to rob a bank? Read the book to find out.
Set in Seattle, Vancouver, and Delhi, Time is a Fire blends mystery, romance, and political history to tell the story of lives turned upside down after 1984 riots. Read the full review here.
Hungry Gods by Richa Lakhera left me wordless and cringing each time something unexpected happened. For something to blow your mind, Read this amazingly and ruthlessly woven book!
Once you pick up this book, there won't be any turning back. It is actually a page-turner plot that compels you to flip through the pages and widen your pupils. Read the full review here.
And Then There Were None - Agatha Christie
Book Review by Bookish Fame
A thriller wrapped in multiple hues of human emotions, Trust Me Not, is a wonderful treat to feast upon. No doubt that once you get hold of the book, you'll be moving as the plotline speeds off. Read the full review here!