I’m so excited to present to you my second offering – A DIARY OF CRIME STORIES – a collection of 3 gut-wrenching crime stories with colourful characters and shocking twists. Hope you enjoy reading them (If you do, pls do feel free to share it with family and friends and drop off a couple of sentences on Amazon too.
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I’d like to give a very special thanks to Rubina Ramesh and The Book Club for featuring my book in their Book Blitz and thus helping my book baby reach out to a much wider audience of readers and fans.
Here are presented some details about the book.
A DIARY OF CRIME STORIES:
GUT-WRENCHING STORIES OF COLOURFUL
CHARACTERS AND SHOCKING TWISTS
• Did or didn’t a 5-year-old boy, who cannot hear or speak, witness a murder? And if he did, how dangerous can it become for him?
• CCTV cameras prove that a robbery was committed by a young analyst. But if she didn’t, then who did it?
• Love brings together hearts, true! But did you know it could destroy lives too?
What is a diary? It can be described as a personal book or even a safe space in which one can record one’s experiences, thoughts and ideas of both one’s outer and inner worlds. What is around us affects us. One aspect of outer world includes crime. This can take many forms: assault of all types, murder, and even fraud. Be it a differently-abled child or a woman undergoing domestic abuse, obsessive love that can lead to fraud and breakup of lifelong friendships or then honour killing – because you are not allowed to decide whom you can love and marry. Be it a modern world, urban or rural, every crime story affects us collectively.
This Diary Of Crime Stories is a collection of 3 gut-wrenching crime-reads that will leave you on the edge of your seat, with their colourful characters and shocking twists & turns, asking for more.
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About the author
As NaNoWriMo’s Municipal Liaison for all-India and founder of the Wrimo India group on Facebook, Sonia has motivated thousands of people in India to write a novel every November since 2011. She has also curated and edited the first Wrimo India Anthology, Vengeance—A Sting In Every Tale.
Sonia likes to believe she is ‘high-minded’ but strangely, her fave hobby is thinking up torture devices for those autorickshawallahs who consider the roads to be their personal spittoon. Who knew?“