7 New Books You Must Read


New books create many big opportunities: The best among them, to sit on the couch. With a cup of tea and read a new story. Discover new characters and live new experiences. A new journey starts with a new book. Every day and new books bring more knowledge to you.

Take a look at the best 7 new books that you have got to read.


The Curse of Kuldhara By Richa S Mukherjee

What can possibly go wrong when fame and fortune come knocking? Plenty! We return to the charming and colourful lanes of Gwaltoli to revisit Prachand Tripathi. Our favorite desi detective and owner of Kanpur Khoofiya Pvt Ltd. While he has progressed from locating lost pets and garments to problems of gravitas. Their moderate fame doesn’t impress wife and CFO Vidya Tripathi. Who still complains about wasted potential and the tepid life they lead? As if on cue, an unusual but promising proposal comes their way, one they simply cannot refuse.



Memsahibs By Ipshita Nath

Memsahibs introduces readers to the likes of Flora Annie Steel, Fanny Parks and Emily Eden. Accompanying their husbands on expeditions, travelling solo across dangerous terrain. Engaging in political questions, and recording their experiences. Yet the Raj was not all adventure. There was disease, and great risk to young women travelling alone; for colonial wives in far-flung outposts. There was little access to ‘society’. Cut off from modernity and the Western world, many women suffered terrible trauma and depression.



30 Meal Plans from Archana’s kitchen by Archana Doshi


Confused about what to eat. How to pair foods that boost your health. How to make vegetable taste yum? Archana Doshi has the perfect meal planner for you to help you structure nutritious, vegetarian Indian meals. From cooling south Indian summer thalis to wholesome north Indian portion-controlled meals. This book includes over 150 recipes spanning various regional cuisines. With an emphasis on local,fresh and seasonal ingredients; easy, healthy cooking techniques; and Indian kitchen tools, 30 Meal Plansfrom Archana’s Kitchen is the perfect companion for the cook who wants to optimize their health without compromising on taste.



Crooked Cats By Nayanika Mathur

Building upon fifteen years of research in India. Crooked Cats moves beyond both colonial and conservationist accounts to place crooked cats at the centre of the question of how we are to comprehend a planet in crisis. There are many theories on why and how a big cat comes to prey on humans. With ecological collapse emerging as a central factor. The book explores these in detail to offer new insights into the governance of nonhuman animals and their entanglements with humans.



Portrait of an Unknown Woman by Daniel Silva

Legendary spy and art restorer Gabriel Allon has at long last severed ties with Israeli intelligence and settled quietly in Venice, the only place where he has ever truly known peace. His beautiful wife, Chiara, has taken over the day-to-day management of the Tiepolo Restoration Company, and their two young children are discreetly enrolled in a neighborhood scuola elementare. For his part, Gabriel spends his days wandering the streets and canals of the watery city, bidding farewell to the demons of his tragic, violent past.



Fire and Blood by George R.R. Martin

Centuries before the events of A Game of Thrones , House Targaryen – the only family of dragonlords to survive the Doom of Valyria – took up residence on Dragonstone. Fire and Blood begins their tale with the legendary Aegon the Conqueror, creator of the Iron Throne, and goes on to recount the generations of Targaryens who fought to hold that iconic seat, all the way up to the civil war that nearly tore their dynasty apart.



The Modern Singh by Abbey Singh

Shared through the eyes of this inspiring duo, The Modern Singhs reveals their experiences as migrants to New Zealand as they struggled to find footing in new surroundings. They describe how they met and pursued a relationship that was forbidden by Money’s culture, where he felt he had to choose between his family and the love of his life. The couple opens up about the difficult birth of their son, their journeys with mental health, a complicated sense of home, and what it’s like to raise bilingual children across three cultures.

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