This well researched biography places Soli Sorabjee in the centre and through him also speaks about the times he lived in, and indeed the values he lived for!
A historical dive into the glory and decay of a period in history, Tulip of Istanbul tells the story of the great public revolt which changed the course of Turkey’s destiny.
Eminent mental health professionals address the phenomenon of urban loneliness with pointers for a life that is calm and mindful, despite challenges of urban living!
Masala and Murder by Patrick Lyons begins in Australia with the supposedly natural death of an upcoming Bollywood starlet. Will investigator Samson Ryder get to the bottom of it all?
Natsuko Imamura’s novel, The Woman in the Purple Skirt draws the reader in slowly but pervasively into the mindscape of the narrator, the woman in the yellow cardigan.
Ganga’s Choice and Other Stories is a rare insight into the nuances of human behaviour, particularly when people are caught at crossroads, in sensitive ambiguous situations.
Libraries are living, breathing, and evolving platforms that give human beings a glance into their past even as they build on the future. Here is the story of libraries.
Infectious by John S Tregoning paints a nuanced picture of pathogens and their continued tryst with humanity.