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And Another Thing…

Eoin Colfer, Rs. 399.00

This is the rather unexpected, but very welcome, sixth instalment of the ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ trilogy. It features a pantheon of unemployed gods, everyone’s favourite renegade Galactic President, a love struck green alien, an irritating computer and at least one very large slab of cheese.

The Speaking Tree

Rs. 200.00

This book contains a collection of inspirational articles that would appeal to your higher conscious and help you grow spiritually.

The Engishman’s Cameo

Madhulika Liddle, Rs. 295.00

Muzaffar Jung is that rare creature in Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s Dilli – an aristocrat with friends in low places. One of whom Faisal, stands accused of murder. Muzaffar decides to investigate. This is a Mughal murder mystery.

How To Enchant a Man

Ellen Dugan, Rs. 295.00

Designed for single or married enchantress, this easy-to-use guidebook shows you how to craft love spells using objects commonly found in nature. It also includes a spell worksheet for creating your own spells and charms.

The Caged Phoenix: Can India Fly?

Dipankar Gupta, Rs. 550.00

Combining scholarship with an easy, engaging style, the author enters uncharted territories to question why, despite so much talent, human resources and an open society, India is still waiting to fly.

Super Freakonomics

Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner, Rs. 399.00

This is a follow-up to the international bestselling phenomenon ‘Freakonomics’. The authors uncover the hidden side of even more controversial subjects, and with their inimitable style and wit they take us on another, even more gripping journey of discovery.

The Perplexity of Hariya Hercules

Manohan Shyam Joshi, Rs. 199.00

Translated into English for the first time this is the story of Harihar Datt Tiwari, better known as Hariya Hecrules, because of the bicycle he rides. Through various incidents he becomes variously a comic, tragic and, to many, a noble figure.

Gods Of War

Ashok K. Banker, Rs. 299.00

Five ordinary people, from vastly different regions of planet Earth, are brought together by an ancient Hindu god. Can this wildly unlikely quintet succeed in their seemingly impossible mission of travelling to the end of time and space to bring peace to the world?

The Great Indian Love Story

Ira Trivedi, Rs. 199.00

The author blends sex, revenge, glitz, friendship and a chilling murder to create a potent cocktail in this gripping novel on the perfidious nature of love and power.

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