The Killing Place: Tess Gerritsen, Rs. 550
Gerritsen plays on our fears exploring what can happen when ordinary people unwittingly trigger extraordinary events.
Tigerlily's Orchids: Ruth Rendell, Rs. 550
New psychological thriller from the reigning queen of British c rime.
The Dreamer: Rajeev Balasubramanyan, Rs. 299
A love story that unites Shashi and Lisha not only across time and space, but death itself.
Last Night In Twisted River: John Irving, Rs. 325
Can be taken as a prophetic text of America's immanent post-imperial status.
Dead Lock: Sean Black, Rs. 550
A high octane, race-against-time thriller featuring elite bodyguard Ryan Lock.
The Squeeze: Oil, Money and Greed in the 21st Century, Tom Bower, Rs. 499
Invaluable account of the modern oil industry.
The Killer Within: In The Company Of Monsters: Philip Carlo, Rs. 550
Carlo documents his difficult experiences with ALS and explains how he has managed to continue to write prodigiously in the face of adversity.
21 Speeches That Shaped Our World: Chris Abbott, Rs. 599
Looking at the 21 key speeches which have shaped the world, this book examines the power of the arguments embedded in these speeches to inspire people to achieve great things.
Macrowikinomics: Rebooting Business and the World: Don Tapscott & Anthony D. Williams, Rs. 699
Groundbreaking and definitive look at achieving success for a new century, a new media, a new generation and a new economy.
Mumbai Fables: Gyan Prakash, Rs. 599
In this remarkable cultural history of one of the world's most important urban centres, Gyan Prakash unearths the stories behind its fabulous history.
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