Finished the novel in three straight sittings which is quite rare for a reader like me. Simply because I found it unputdownable and was constantly curious to know how the story would unfold. -Rishi Kapoor, Actor
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Friday, October 17, 9pm. All forces are converging in Chennai.
Santosh, a regular engineer turned political assassin.
Maria, an aspiring pilot turned spy.
Swapna, a medical student turned into the city’s highest-priced madam.
Sandeep and Amit, CBI officers turned commandos.
Shyam Agarwal, a respected industrialist turned conspirator.
In the eye of the storm is the all-powerful, Power Minister, Salem Palaniswamy whose lust for power and money corrupts the lives and dreams of the innocent.
With love, honour and revenge in the air, and a 1000 crores of unaccounted money at stake, the question is… will there be murder tonight?
post graduate with an MPhil in English Literature, Subba Rao hails from a
family that’s deeply steeped in music and the arts. His father, Gollapudi
Maruthi Rao, is a well-known Telugu author, award-winning playwright and
screenplay writer, as well as a film actor of repute. His grandfather, Padma
Bhushan Dr. Sripada Pinnakapani, was a doyen of Carnatic music.
is also Managing Trustee of the ‘Gollapudi Srinivas Memorial Foundation’
instituted in memory of his brother Gollapudi Srinivas. This foundation confers
the annual ‘Gollapudi Srinivas National Award’ for the ‘Best Debut Director’ in
India and has been doing so for the past seventeen years.
is no surprise that this businessman and avid traveller turned to writing, penning
travelogues for newspapers and magazines. His articles have been published in
the Deccan Chronicle, The Hans India and the Ashvarttha, a wellness magazine.
now turns an author with this debut novel, ‘No Murder Tonight’, an
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