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Book review: Salvation of a Saint By Keigo Higashino
Title : Salvation of a SaintAuthor : Keigo HigashinoGenre : MysteryLanguage :  English (translated from Japanese by Alexander O. Smith)Publishers : Little, Brown Book GroupPublication year : 2013ISBN : 978-0-3491-3934-0Paperback Price : Rs. 350/-Great deals available on :Flipkart.comI would like to start by thanking for the opportunity to read and review this book, particularly since it is a murder mystery, one of my favourite genres of fiction.Having read sensational reviews for Keigo Higashino's earlier novel The Devotion of Suspect X, described by some as a work by which "Agatha Christie would be mightily impressed", I was looking forward with bated breath to devouring Salvation of a Saint.Salvation of a Saint begins promisingly enough. A dinner get-together with undertones of tension and relationships on the bend does indeed create the setting for a juicy murder in the offing. The promise of murder is fulfilled in the next few pages with a man found poisoned to death by a cup of coffee...
1 Comments · Personal · Monday, 13 May 2013
Diamonds are Forever
This post has been published by me as a part of the Blog-a-Ton 38; the thirty-eighth edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. To be part of the next edition, visit and start following Blog-a-Ton. The theme for the month is "The Woman on Platform Number 10""Do you mind if I sit here?". The voice was soft and sweet. I looked up to see an angelic face that matched the voice perfectly."Sure", I said, picking up my bag from the bench and moving towards the end, making space for her to sit."Thanks", she said and smiled. A smile that lit up the entire platform."Are you waiting for the 2 a.m. train, too?" I ventured, certain that her answer would be in the affirmative. It was one of those stations where not more than two trains stopped per day, that too at odd timings."I'm not sure, actually. It...
0 Comments · Personal · Sunday, 07 April 2013
The Price of Compassion
Ramu wiped the sweat from his brow as he pedalled the rickshaw through the dusty roads, dodging potholes, dogs and the occasional car. His thoughts were occupied with the pressing problem of sending money back to his home in a far flung, impoverished
0 Comments · Fiction · Friday, 04 January 2013

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