Noon Tide Toll: Romesh Gunesekera, Rs. 499
Draws an extraordinary portrait of post-war Sri Lanka grappling with the ghosts of its troubled past.
Arena: Simon Scarrow, Rs. 450
Marcus Valerius Pavo has fought for his life before but he’s a novice in the arena. He’s a driven man, with a goal dearer than survival – to avenge his father’s death at the hands of a champion gladiator. Will he live to face his nemesis?
Lost City Of The Templars: Paul Christopher, Rs. 350
The latest rip-roaring adventure thriller features John Holliday and his search for the Templar Order.
The Caravaggio Conspiracy: The Master: The Mystery: The Murders: Alex Connor, Rs. 350
Two bodies are found in a London art gallery. They are twin brothers - successful art dealers - their brutal murder linked to the mysterious disappearance of two paintings by the master Caravaggio.
Art expert Gil Eckhart is called upon to solve the crime.
Virgin Gingelly: V. Sanjay Kumar, Rs. 499
Set in a modern middle-class, housing-cooperative in Chennai, this gritty and humorous narrative tackles the simple conundrum of being and belonging.
Ambedkar: Awakening India’s Social Conscience: Narendra Jadhav, Rs. 595
This biography incorporates all of Dr. Ambedkar’s writings and his most important speeches.
Capital: A Portrait Of Twenty First Century Delhi: Rana Dasgupta, Rs. 799
Rana Dasgupta shows us the transformation of the capital city through the eyes of its people.
Killing Jesus: A History: Bill O'Reily, Rs. 599
Recounts the seismic political and historical events that made Jesus’ death inevitable.
Ping-Pong Diplomacy: Ivor Montagu And The Astonishing Story Behind The Game That Changed The World: Nicholas Griffin, Rs. 599
The story of how sports was manipulated at the highest levels; how the Chinese government helped cover up the death of 36 million peasants by holding the World Table Tennis Championships during the Great Famine.
India 2014: Government Of India: Rs. 350
The book deals with all aspects of development, from rural to urban, industry to infrastructure, science and technology, art and culture, economy, health, defence, education and mass communication.
Source: Modern Book Centre