The Monsoon Murders by Karan Parmanandka | Book Review
Dishonorably discharged from the police force, Roy has been condemned to a life of obscurity. However, when a well-known man from within the Mumbai finance circle is found dead, Roy is hired by the self made magnate Jayesh Kumar to probe the case. While Roy is excited at the chance at redemption, he can’t shake off the feeling that he is being played as a pawn.
What looks at first an open and shut case, quite rapidly evolves into a tale of deceit and revenge. As his personal life gets tied to the success of the case, the question becomes, not whether he can have faith in strangers, but whether he can trust his friends.
Publisher:Srishti Publishers & Distributors
Release date:July 27th, 2016
No. of Pages:Paperback, 200 Pages
The story revolves around the suicide a successful businessman Arun which is eventually turned into a murder. Although everything that happens was pretty much a mystery to me, you get all your questions answered little by little, in the best of ways in my opinion.
The writing is good, the characters very satisfying, and the plot is very well balanced and complete. The language of the book is simple and the author has done a great work. The are twist and turns in the story is intriguing and can readers will be easily drawn in, making it easy to devour this book in one sitting. This book is recommended to all the readers who loves reading suspense and thriller.