Leela Gour Broome

Leela Gour Broome’s first short story was published when she was fourteen. Between 1970 and ’79 she lived as a planter’s wife on South Indian tea estates. An accomplished pianist, she has decades of experience working with children. In 1990 her husband and she launched one of the first residential nature and environment education camps for children in India and became role models for several camp groups across the country. They are active environment conservationists and their beautiful farm is a haven for resident and migratory birds, some animals, past campers, instructors Read More...


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Books by Leela Gour Broome

Teenagers Myna and her friend Jehan are on vacation on Anaishola, a remote and semi-abandoned tea plantation in High Wavy’s, South India, where they stumble upon a series of mysterious discoveries—‘Evil spirits are around,’ says Myna’s wise old gardener. An intriguing diarist, who lived half a century earlier, seems to follow the protagonists through their holiday with descriptions of terrifying events that occurred in the past.

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