44 Scotland Street: Alexander Mccall Smith: Rs. 242

Dry, funny, hugely, entertaining... A new novel from the best selling author of `The No. 1 Detective Agency.'

Copenhagen: Michael Frayn: Rs. 551

This play is an explosive re-imagining of the mysterious wartime meeting between two Nobel laureates to discuss the atomic bomb.

Tin Fish: Sudeep Chakravarti: Rs. 250

An exhilarating ride through the wonder years of coming of age.

Tippoo Sultaun - A Tale of The Mysore War: Colonel Meadows Taylor: Rs. 295

This novel is an intensely passionate tale of love and intrigues, faith and betrayal, feuds and wars.

Village of Stone: Xiaolu: Rs. 332

Open this book and you will see a Chinese girl stepping out of China's past and into its present, with all her dreams and desires.

Borges and the Eternal Orang-Utans: Luis Fernando Verissimo: Rs. 332

This book is a true literary mystery in its own right as well as homage to Borges.

A Tale of Love and Darkness: Amos Oz: Rs. 385

Most gripping, intense and moving autobiography of this acclaimed novelist.

Lasting Leadership - What You Can Learn from the Top 25 Business People of our Times: Mukul Pandya & Robbie Shell: Rs. 499

An inspiring book about corporate culture, brand management, risk-taking and pricing.

Developing India: An Intellectual and Social History: Benjamin Zachariah: Rs. 650

This book opens up a new arena in the historiography of South Asia.

Nan - A Six Sigma Mystery: Robert Barry: Rs. 250

This book explains how Six Sigma can be used to improve performance and eliminate costly errors.

Source: Modern Book Centre and DC Books

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