Unexploded: Alison MacLeod, Rs. 699
Plunges readers into the panic and paranoia of war. Long-listed for Man Booker prize 2013.
Three Virgins And Other Stories: Manjula Padmanabhan, Rs. 499
Collection of 10 stories: five new, five old, some dark, some funny, all edgy.
The Seagull And The Urn: Shome Dasgupta, Rs. 350
Enchanting fable about love and faith and accepting the odd ones among us.
The Fall Of Arthur: J.R.R. Tolkien, Rs. 969
The extraordinary story of the final days of England's legendary hero, King Arthur.
Prophet Of Bones: Ted Kosmatka, Rs. 350
One of those increasingly rare novels that immediately takes you on a journey into the world of the author's wondrous imagination.
The Robber Of Memories: A River Journey Through Colombia: Michael Jacobs, Rs. 499
Gripping journey up the river Magdalena into the centre of Colombia, and a deeply personal meditation on memory and loss in the footsteps of Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Birju Maharaj: The Master through My Eyes: Saswati Sen, Price: Rs. 995
Pandit Birju Maharaj’s foremost student sketches the legendary Kathak maestro as a simple man who also excelled as vocalist, painter, musician and teacher.
Advantage Hollywood: Ashok Amritraj, Rs. 499
The tennis player-turned-Hollywood film producer’s autobiography.
Nicholas Roerich: A Quest & A Legacy: Edited by Manju Kak, Rs. 1495
Contributors from all parts of the world have looked at Roerich's life from varying perspectives to explain his multi-faceted personality.
What Do Women Want From Men?: Dan True, Rs. 250
Candid comments by women about money, marriage, relationships, lying, anger, listening, turn-ons/turn-offs, attitudes, expectations, and fantasies.
Source: DC Books
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