I'm a language editor who enjoys reading literary fiction.
Sabyn Javeri’s debut novel, Nobody Killed Her, is a political psychothriller about two passionate and politically ambitious women, who find themselves as entangled in each other’s lives as they are in the mesh of murky politics.
Roxy Arora's book Jihad In My Saffron Garden is a much needed story on the background of the unrest in Kashmir that tears apart social relationships.
Shashi Deshpande's Strangers to Ourselves is a contemplative novel about a woman trying to come to terms with her own potency and contradictions.
All she wanted was love and a family. But she had to make her escape from the violence, and carve out a safe, independent life for herself.
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