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Author Name: Prakash Goenka | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

This is the story of Asmita Thakur who made the same mistake twice – loving the wrong person. This drama of love and deception ends with her death. The police consider it a suicide case and the case file gets closed. The story begins once again when the perfidious man who betrayed Asmita gets murdered and the police find his corpse exactly at the same place where Asmita’s corpse was found. 
Investigations reveal a diary in which Asmita records details of her journey from Udaipur to Delhi and of her love and deception. After reading that Inspector Kaushik figures out that one more person is about to die, but who is doing all this? 
The police suspect two people: Rudra, who was Asmita’s one-sided lover and best friend from the office, and Aditya, who was Asmita’s half-brother and lives in Delhi. Through further investigation, the police suspect one more person whose blogs Asmita used to read – Sarfira. But is he just a blogger or an important character of Asmita’s story? Who is taking revenge for Asmita’s suicide? Was it suicide? Or did someone kill her?

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Prakash Goenka

A young author, Prakash Goenka was born in Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan. He has been fond of poetry since childhood. He moved to Mumbai in September 2016 and did a diploma in screenwriting from the Institute of Creative Excellence, Balaji Telefilm. Along with writing web series, short films, songs and poems, he has also produced a Marathi film. He always loves to write romantic and thriller stories and is trying to reach people through his novels. Two of his books have been published in this series and both are available as a paperback and an eBook. He believes that success is not available in a day, but one day it is definitely available, so keep trying and compete not with others but with yourself.