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Book Review: ‘Grave Intentions’ by RV Raman

"Grave Intentions" is a gripping continuation of the Harith Athreya series, fusing outstanding scenery, a cast of fascinating people, and a creative narrative. Raman's writing style, which strikes a balance between accessibility and tension, elevates this whodunit novel to a compelling level.

Book Review: ‘Forward the Foundation’ by Isaac Asimov

"Forward the Foundation" explores themes of legacy, survival, and humanity's unbreakable spirit against the backdrop of cosmic change.

Book Review: ‘First Lie Wins’ by Ashley Elston

Ashley Elston's writing style shines in "First Lie Wins," which combines crisp and succinct text with genuine dialogue that brings people to life.

Book Excerpt: ‘Behind The Startup’ by Benjamin Shestakofsky

Excerpted with permission from Behind The Startup: How Venture Capital Shapes Work, Innovation, and Inequality by Benjamin Shestakofsky, written by Westland Books.

Book Review: ‘Constitutionalism & the Rule of Law’ by Justice A...

Justice A.K. Sikri’s book, "Constitutionalism & the Rule of Law: In a Theatre of Democracy" is a remarkable journey of a learned legal mind that captures the transformative nature of the Indian Constitution.

Book Release: ‘More Days at the Morisaki Bookshop’ by Satoshi Yagisawa

Beloved by readers around the world, "More Days at the Morisaki Bookshop" is a touching story of hope, friendship, and the transformative power of books.