Why did every one
hate Sheila? Neighbours... kids… dogs... and even plants?
It is not a
whodunit but howdunit. How was the Tanzanite stolen?
What secret past
did Ridhima Mashi have connecting her to Dilbahar Hotel?
Each of the 10
stories has endings you would not ordinarily guess. But who knows? Maybe you are good at guessing the
From being part
of a ladies drama troupe specialising in male roles, to writing plays, from
living on a remote island near Madagascar to skydiving from 18,000 feet, Sudha
Ramnath has quite the penchant for crafting experiences. She has formed a Theatre club
'Indardanush' made of Indian expats in Tanzania, Africa. She has also
written, directed and staged three plays in Indian English there. She’s
done the regular things too – worked in a bank, married a man who she says is
the sane part of her life, taught math and chemistry and is a “mad but loving
mom” to two blessings she calls children. While others like her drew up grocery
lists and laundry schedules, Sudha made plans to live the moments and stuck by
it – she made the pilgrimage to Alaska to see the Aurora Borealis, danced like
there was no tomorrow at a flash mob in San Francisco and stood by the
Ngorongoro crater in Tanzania. This collection of thrillers is another check off
against the bucket-list and a dream come true, but true to her spirit, there’s
bound to more for where there is an end, Sudha sees a beginning.