Author Kulpreet Yadav Launches the Cover of his Upcoming Novel ‘Murder In Paharganj’
Author Kulpreet Yadav Launched the cover of his anticipated upcoming novel Murder In Paharganj at the 5th Pune International Literary Festival 2017 today. The cover gives us the feeling that it is going to be yet another exciting thriller from Yadav.
Kulpreet Yadav is a bestselling author, motivational speaker, startup mentor and the founder-editor of Open Road Review, South Asia’s leading online literature and culture magazine. Kulpreet’s 2015 novel, The Girl Who Loved a Pirate, is India’s first thriller based on marine piracy and hijacking. His last Novel The Girl Who Loved A Spy was also a much loved best selling novel. Passionate about creative writing, Kulpreet also mentors aspiring writers at schools and colleges and has spoken at many literary festivals in India and abroad. An ex-armed forces officer, he lives in New Delhi, India.
About The Book:
On a cold December morning, a white woman is found murdered in a cheap hotel in Paharganj, New Delhi.
Vicks Menon, an out-of-work journalist, is tipped off by the hotel’s receptionist and is the first to arrive at the crime scene, where he discovers a lead. It’s the bus ticket used by the dead woman two days earlier. But Vicks is battling personal trouble. He has no money, an alcohol problem and a nearly broken relationship with Tonya, his estranged live-in partner, a clinical psychologist who specializes in profiling hardened criminals.
Moving in and out of the shadows, Vicks pushes his investigation harder as it takes him from Udaipur to Bangkok. On his side, for resources, he has a nameless intelligence operative and to read minds, a lover who is beginning to trust him again. But above all, his instinct to stay inches ahead of death will be the key to his survival.
If Vicks lives, this is one story that will change his life forever.
The book is published by Bloomsbury India Publishers and will release around 18th October 2017.
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