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Sudeepa Nair

Sudeepa Nair has written two novels and several short stories. Her recent mystery novel, The Serpents of Kanakapuram, published in August 2020 by Notion Press, has received fabulous reviews from readers. The book is one of the finalists of the Sharing Stories Awards 2021 for Self-published authors. Her prize-winning short story in the science fiction genre has found a place in the anthology, Plot Pourri, by Notion Press, Singapore. Sudeepa lives with her husband and daughter in Singapore. Dreaming of tropical locales and verdant surroundings, Sudeepa loves to romanticize the metropolitan citiRead More...

Around the World in 2153

Books by Sudeepa Nair

In the Earth year 2153, only five nations survive on the planet. Devastating floods and moving landmasses have changed the geological map and geopolitical relationships. 

Twenty-three-year-old Sia, the leader-in-waiting of Jambudesh, grew up in an orphanage and is mentored from a young age to lead the nation. Eager to prove herself, she embarks on her first international trip to discuss an issue of global importance. But the Jambudeshi authorities soon

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The Serpents of Kanakapuram

Books by Sudeepa Nair

On a professional trip, Meera Mohan finds herself stuck in the quaint little village of Kanakapuram amidst unprecedented floods in the state of Kerala. She is fascinated by the story of a haunted house, its serpent grove, and cherishes her new friendships.

Bhuvanamma, a gentle old widow who is also an excellent cook, Hussain, the caretaker at the company guest house, Unni and Rani, a young couple torn between their respective ambitions, Leena, an ethnob

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When Death Do Us Part: The Locum

By Sudeepa Nair in Sci-fi | Reads: 2,975 | Likes: 0

Her feeble hand rose in anticipation as she saw her husband walk into the room. He smiled radiantly at her. She could only manage a whimper.  “Hello dear, how are you?” She nodded. That familiar greeting was enough to brighten up her day. “Did you...did you…?” She  Read More...

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