“House of Trelawney” by Hannah Rothschild

‘It may not take the form of sticks and stones or result in immediate action, but if the collapse is as big as I fear,
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“The Cartiers: The Untold Story of a Jewellery Dynasty” by Francesca Cartier Brickell

The Cartiers: The Untold Story of a Jewellery Dynasty by Francesca Cartier Brickell is a family history penned by the great-great-great granddaughter of the iconic
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Ariana Neumann “When Time Stopped”

…it was during a period he had so much time on his hands that he felt that time had stopped. How could time have stopped?
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Aravind Adiga “Amnesty”

A man without rights in this world is still entitled to love. Award-winning author Aravind Adiga’s Amnesty is set in Sydney, Australia. It tells the
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“I write like a reader”, interview with Ann Cleeves

Ann Cleeves is known for her mystery novels mostly set in Devon and the Shetlands. She has been writing for many years but the recent
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“The Cottage by the Highway and Other Essays on Publishing: 25 Years of Logos” Edited by Angus Phillips

The cheapening of information has been accompanied by the decline of copyright, the symbol of the writer’s ownership and instrument of his and the publisher’s
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“Fern Road” by Angshu Dasgupta

Angshu Dasgupta’s debut novel Fern Road is a coming-of-age novel set in 1980s’ Calcutta. It is a quietly paced, gently told story about Orko who
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“The Cliffhangers” by Sabin Iqbal

This is my land, this is my country. No one can come between us. Neither saffron nor green can come in our way. But, they
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“Radical Simplicity” by Ken Allen, CEO, DHL

Focus like a laser . . . . DHL, the courier company was founded in 1969. Before it, nothing like it existed. The three co-founders
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Women writers from North East India

Writing from the north east of India has always had an interesting texture to it. It is distinct. Although the “north east” is clubbed as
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