Driven: A Secret Too Deadly for a Life So Ordinary
Author(s) : D G Rae ,
Region : World | Language : English | Product Binding : Paper Back | Year : 2016
ISBN : 9789350024300
INR : 395.00
A secret too deadly for a life so ordinary!
What led a simple, small town engineer to such a violent end? His murder brought out a mysterious other side that nobody ever knew.
As the plot thickens, so does the blood between brothers and a dysfunctional family slowly meets up again.
The plot slowly reveals an amazing maze of war crimes, greed, industrial bankruptcy and murder...Taut crime writing. (Hindustan Times)
A book any author of fiction should be proud to lay claim to. The book needs commendation not only for its tight plot but for its recreation of American small townisms and its layered characters. (Hindu Business Line)
A brilliant piece of work, weaving a tale around a multitude of layers- human emotions, intrigue, drama and adventure....Overall, a brilliant read. (www.goodreads.com)
Once you start reading it you pat yourself in the back for picking up this seemingly run-of-the-mill American thriller, as it is a lot more entertaining...So pick it up. You will spend a very enjoyable few hours. (The Hindu)
A good, old fashioned crime novel set in Midwestern America. (Open Magazine)
With fine literary expertise, the author demystifies the silence salience of unnoticed occurences in a supposedly normal day in a small town of US of A...The adventure, espionage, melodrama, suspense are intricately woven in this cinematically narrated plot that captivates the readers. (Millennium Post)
It is a wonderful family drama as much as it is a crime thriller. (Wanton Ruminating-a blog)
Author's grasp over the language of hard boiled detective fiction is commendable. (The Indian Express)
Much of the pleasure of reading this genre of American crime fiction is in the language and dialogue and the author gets it pitch-perfect...It's a gripping read that entertains you without ever underestimating your intelligence. (Mail Today)
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