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My Lawfully Wedded Husband and Other Stories [Download] ➾ My Lawfully Wedded Husband and Other Stories By Madhulika Liddle – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Beware the office ghost or the seemingly boring husband who might just find a most macabre way of doing something differentTwelve spine chilling stories from a writer whose sleight of hand with black Beware the office ghost or the seemingly boring Wedded Husband eBook ☆ husband who might just find a most macabre way of doing something differentTwelve spine chilling stories from a writer whose sleight of hand with black humour is hard to match In A Brief Lesson in Trust, Geeti learns the hard way that the most reliable girl in school is not always what she seems in St George and the Dragon, Mr George, the archetypal government clerk finds a fiendishly clever way to outstmart his corrupt boss while The Howling Waves of Tranquebar takes us to this tiny Danish My Lawfully PDF/EPUB or settlement of yore where an innocuous looking beer mug still has strange powers of destruction These and other stories in this collection entertain, amuse but always end with a twist in the tale that leaves a few goosebumps.

  • Paperback
  • 225 pages
  • My Lawfully Wedded Husband and Other Stories
  • Madhulika Liddle
  • English
  • 07 October 2018
  • 9381626871

About the Author: Madhulika Liddle

Madhulika Liddle is best known for her books Wedded Husband eBook ☆ featuring the th century Mughal detective Muzaffar Jang, although she is also a prolific writer of short fiction, travel writing, and writing related to classic cinema The Muzaffar Jang Series Madhulika s best known series of works are historical whodunnits featuring the th century Mughal detective, Muzaffar Jang Till now, four books in the series have been published The Englishman s Cameo The Eighth Guest Other Muzaffar Jang Mysteries ,Engraved in Stone , and Crimson City Short stories Madhulika has written a range of My Lawfully PDF/EPUB or short stories in different genres, including black humour, humour, crime and detection, and social awareness Several of these have won awards including the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association s CBA Short Story Competition, for A Morning Swim, in or have been selected for anthologies Her story, Poppies in the Snow, was longlisted for the Sunday Times EFG Short Story PrizeShort story collections My Lawfully Wedded Husband Other Stories Black humour shorts, all of which have a twist in the taleWoman to Woman Stories A collection of twelve women centric storiesMadhulika is also known for her travel writing, Lawfully Wedded Husband PDF Å which has been published in Rough Guides, National Geographic Traveller India , Lounge Mint , and other periodicals In addition, she is a cinema buff and blogs mostly about classic cinema, but also other matters pertaining to her writing at madhulikaliddleAwards and Recognition CBA Short Story Competition Honourable Mention for Love and the Papaya ManCBA Short Story Competition Overall Winner for A Morning SwimSunday Times EFG Short Story Prize Longlisted for Poppies in the SnowWinner of Oxfordbookstore e Author version .



10 thoughts on “My Lawfully Wedded Husband and Other Stories

  1. Arvind Passey Arvind Passey says:

    I was helplessly spell bound and I m sure, like the author, I loved it all I love travelling, so I was happy just reading and drinking it all in The stories in the collection took me into little nooks and corners of strange minds and unknown perceptions and I loved going there From the unlawfully wedded husband to the co traveller who could hear the bucket clanking right there in front of him where nobody was standing From the discreet Mr George to Varun and Deeksha to Verma ji all ch I was helplessly spell bound and I m sure, like the author, I loved it all I love travelling, so I was happy just reading and drinking it all in The stories in the collection took me into little nooks and corners of strange minds and unknown perceptions and I loved going there From the unlawfully wedded husband to the co traveller who could hear the bucket clanking right there in front of him where nobody was standing From the discreet Mr George to Varun and Deeksha to Verma ji all characters who enter stories carrying their own surprise gifts for the reader and why just praise mere mortals, even the lowly phone with the ability to capture sound bytes enters with its own mind and plan, almost like the howling waves of Tranquebar do and you, as a reader, like and wait for the next twist in the next story Yes, the twists are what dominate the stories of Madhulika Liddle they re just there as if they could not have gone elsewhere they belong to the story The story would somehow not remain the story it is unless you actually transport that twist and weave it in the story And even as you, as a reader, go along with the characters on a drive from Pondicherry to Tranquebar in one of the stories, you know the twist will be sprung at you somewhere at some turn And so you calmly read the delicious and effortless prose that she writes The drive from Pondicherry to Tranquesbar is three hours, and you see Tamil Nadu in all its many colours There are crowded towns, all charmless and cluttered there are major temples Chidambaram, for instance, which Taatoo told me we must stop at on our way back and there s the countryside Green yellow paddy fields, fringed with serrated rows of toddy palms, their fan leaves sticking up like old toothbrushes into the deep blue skies Little roadside ponds I preserve I nurture I elevate Review of My lawfully wedded husband No, I m not here to tell you what the twists are or were, nor will analyse if the twists were correct nor get into the morality or immorality of them I m here to simply tell you that if ever your mind wishes to be excited and wants to move out to savour some wild moments like the lawfully wedded wife did, you d agree with this My heart was pounding, but I was suddenly feeling deliciously wicked too Adultery can give you an adrenalin rush Ah you ll say with a nod, so I know where all the excitement and twists and the turns are emerging from I will simply smile and tell you that each of the twelve stories in the collection follows a different path in your life and fill it with anticipation The anticipation that will keep you on the edge of your chair until you reach the last sentence of the story Read the complete review here

  2. Sujata Sujata says:

    Late at night reading the stories from Madhulika Liddle s My Lawfully Wedded Husband and Other Stories I knew why I waited so long before reading the book The devious machinations the characters devise to get their sanity back is the stuff nightmares are made of The twist in the tale endings leave you feeling bleak and second guess everything in life I read this fine collection of short stories at the wrong time when I was wallowing in negativity It resulted in a black mood I couldn t shake Late at night reading the stories from Madhulika Liddle s My Lawfully Wedded Husband and Other Stories I knew why I waited so long before reading the book The devious machinations the characters devise to get their sanity back is the stuff nightmares are made of The twist in the tale endings leave you feeling bleak and second guess everything in life I read this fine collection of short stories at the wrong time when I was wallowing in negativity It resulted in a black mood I couldn t shake off very easily The hangover of hopelessness, thinking of duplicitous people and the likelihood of being taken for a ride being were swimming in my head.Reading these stories made me feel like the writer really enjoyed writing it The writing is effortless and the dialogue is crackling you can almost hear it It was a compulsive read for me but the stories will remain with me for a long time to come.Some stories are deliciously macabre and reminded me of Roald Dahl s The Landlady which had us flabbergasted in school It also reminds me of Daphne du Maurier s The Rendevous and Other Stories.We follow the trail in fiction and believe what we are told What if there s an unreliable narrator Sum Total delves into the mind of a troubled young woman Forced to be good by her mother, she is under immense pressure Her way of dealing with people who annoy her is to get rid of them Turns out you don t need blood and gore to write a chilling story.Why do we make snap judgments about people Andimportantly, how accurate are they We assume the friendly, gregarious ones are nice whereas surly, cantankerous people, who keep to themselves are not so nice, if not bad In A Tale of a Summer Vacation, the fate of two sisters hangs in balance on their ability to decipher the world around them, and the people in it The story is set in a village in Goa, which is wonderfully evoked.Another such atmospheric tale is The Howling Waves of Tranquebar I could almost sense the changes in the weather Two friends meet in Pondicherry while doing their own thing Something happens in Tranquebar, which at first glance isn t extraordinary, but not quite normal either The truth when it comes out is something sinister Also, it is close to being a story within a story, in a sense The main narrative falls by and another narrative takes over Towards the end both unite revealing the unimaginable twist.Knowing of and knowing someone are very different things That is the premise the author plays with in A Brief Lesson in Trust Geeti asks an old classmate for help, believing her to be as sincere and reliable as she was in college, even though they were never really friends.On the Night Train and Silent Fear could have easily found a place on Aahat a show which scar r ed me when I was a kid The mind conjures up things which may or may not be real.In Feet of Clay a crime is committed by a hawker whose daily routine involves making visits to the houses with children on a daily basis Armed with baked goodies designed to salivate, a little girl looks forward to his visits He stops coming one fine day and the police nabs him Why won t anyone tell her what really happened In Number 63 a couple move into a new neighbourhood and their neighbour makes it easy for them to settle in from day one Number 63 was the weakest of all the stories but still manages to end with a twist Simple people also have a dark side to their personalities we rarely see My Lawfully Wedded Husband is about a husband and wife where the wife is unfaithful Does the husband find out Hourie, the eponymous character on which the story is based, lives in the whorehouse with others and a madam She unexpectedly makes a male friend, who comes to meet her regularly The million dollar question is why Because she has neither grace nor beauty In St George and the Dragon there is a twist in the last line which will take your breath away An honest government employee is oppressed by his boss Nothing new you would think An everyday affair But when his lecherous boss eyes the woman he admires, he decides he has had enough In many instances, in life, you think you are the one in control, when the fact is you are nothingthan a pawn in the game that is being played.Do you hate people who disrupt your movie watching experience Wanted to take them to task but never could Gritting your teeth and mouthing expletives to self doesn t count Then The Crusader will gladden your heart.The writing is contemporary and you coast along easily, taken in by the current The twists are delivered in the last line sometimes And the stories all theunpredictable because of it.Go slow, unlike me, else it will hit you like a ton of bricks, and you will be left with a feeling of disquiet You never wolf down the food when you are eating a banquet, do you You take it nice and easy, with plenty of pauses in between.Read a detailed review here but beware of the spoilers

  3. Farah Ghuznavi Farah Ghuznavi says:

    Finished this lovely collection of black tales in two days by reading the stories back to back, and I cannot understand whypeople aren t writing stories like this I liked best the one about the passenger on the train who didn t like alarm clocks SO clever, and so funny I was completely convinced by the cover story Also loved several of the others, including the one about the girl who confesses to killing various people and the one about the girl whose old schoolmate gets in touch wit Finished this lovely collection of black tales in two days by reading the stories back to back, and I cannot understand whypeople aren t writing stories like this I liked best the one about the passenger on the train who didn t like alarm clocks SO clever, and so funny I was completely convinced by the cover story Also loved several of the others, including the one about the girl who confesses to killing various people and the one about the girl whose old schoolmate gets in touch with her for help These were exceptionally clever and memorable stories, and many of the others in the collection were highly enjoyable as well. More please

  4. Kimberly Ann Kimberly Ann says:

    A very entertaining quirky collection of 12 short stories filled with twists and dark humor.1 Sum Total A young woman, raised to be good proper, finds a manner in which to deal with the people she is annoyed by 2 A Tale of a Summer Vacation A young girl visiting her grandmother is witness to a love quadrangle Two sisters, one unhappily quiet the other gregarious silently love the man who loves another with consequences and a twist.3 A Brief Lesson in Trust Do not ask the per A very entertaining quirky collection of 12 short stories filled with twists and dark humor.1 Sum Total A young woman, raised to be good proper, finds a manner in which to deal with the people she is annoyed by 2 A Tale of a Summer Vacation A young girl visiting her grandmother is witness to a love quadrangle Two sisters, one unhappily quiet the other gregarious silently love the man who loves another with consequences and a twist.3 A Brief Lesson in Trust Do not ask the person you snubbed years ago in school, to help you out of a tight situation.4 Feet of Clay Beware of the bakery man, he may not be as sweet as you believe.5 My Lawfully Wedded Husband Her husband is boring, she begins an affair w a much younger electrician Her husband fixes her toaster for her..6 Number 63 An older neighbor s nephew wife move in 61 hears struggles shouting The neighbors move just before the police arrive.7 On the Night Train A stranger on the night train tells a ghostly tale of death on the train.8 Hourie The Madame escapes a fire w a special box, which she gives to Hourie for safe keeping A man sweet talks wheedles his way into Hourie s confidence. The Madame has the last laugh.9 Silent Fear A young woman working late is frightened to death by the tale of The Office Ghost and then the Ghost leave s a message for the tale teller.10 St George and the Dragon A honest much beleaguered office assistant working for a corrupt philandering boss has his day.11 The Crusader A loud young couple man on a cell phone attend the movie The Crusader , disturbing all others around them In the lobby both the couple cell phone man each receive an prize envelope from the Crusader.12 The Howling Waves of Tranquebar Two friends go off to visit Tranquebar, along for the ride is a visiting young German man While one goes off to work, the other goes w the young German to the Castle museum, who regales with a story of murder curses.

  5. Anu Warrier Anu Warrier says:

    Having read the Muzaffar Jang mysteries earlier, including a set of short stories set in Mughal India, I eagerly awaited Madhulika Liddle s latest offering Her writing style is easy and relaxed, and even her historical mysteries reveal a strong vein of humour While she self describes herself as a short story writer, her grasp of plot and eye for detail and her thorough research into the period she is writing about, has made her novels about a very likeable historical detective a welcome addi Having read the Muzaffar Jang mysteries earlier, including a set of short stories set in Mughal India, I eagerly awaited Madhulika Liddle s latest offering Her writing style is easy and relaxed, and even her historical mysteries reveal a strong vein of humour While she self describes herself as a short story writer, her grasp of plot and eye for detail and her thorough research into the period she is writing about, has made her novels about a very likeable historical detective a welcome addition to the Indian crime fiction genre.So, when My Lawfully Wedded Husband and Other Stories came out, and I saw that it was classified as Crime Fiction, I expected the stories fit the genre Not so, and not as much Some stories in the collection do deal with crime, but most do not Here, I must also add that it would be rather difficult to slot Liddle s work into any one particular genre What do all her stories share A very vivid characterisation, a reasonably strong plot, a strong hold over her language, a piquant, often dark, sense of humour that persists in popping up in the oddest of places, and the proverbial twist All this, and , is evident in the dozen short stories, whose disparate plots veer from straightforward crime to psychological mind games, from sheer wickedness to impish mischief, from horror to the pretend supernatural.From the collection, my personal favourites are Houri From its setting a brothel to its protagonist a whore named Helen , to the thing that everyone wants to get their hands on a sinduk , the story moved in unexpected ways It is a clever sleight of hand, and the characters come alive including the lifeless sinduk.My Lawfully Wedded Husband where the worm turns after all and Liddle cleverly denies the worm a voice, setting the whole story on its head.In On a Night Train , she slowly builds up the tension, until the anticlimax makes you let out your breath in a whoosh It is wickedly humorous and is amasterpiece in ingenuity of course, it is only funny when you are not at the receiving end A Tale of a Summer Vacation is seriously chilling I could wish that the explanation for the deux ex machina wasn t provided, but having said that, the explanation came right at the end, and when it does not really take away from the enjoyment of the story itself St George and the Dragon made me laugh out loud had me grinning from the beginning, and occasionally laughing out loud Once again a story of a worm turning over a new leaf, this worm turns, and how While it is reiterates the downtrodden employee revolting against an evil boss trope, Liddle scores in the way she etches the characterisations I loved the sardonic humour, the devious machinations, the very true to life background Silent Fear was a revelation, the ending surprising, even for me, even when I was primed to expect the twist.As for the others A Brief Lesson in Trust had me going Huh, what at the beginning The reading calls for a slight suspension of disbelief of its essential plot point Once you accept that, it all seems natural Perhaps I have been reading too many mystery stories I saw the ending come a mile away but it is a testimony to the author s skill that that didn t take away the enjoyment of reading a well crafted piece of writing Sum Total is a good attempt at a psychological thriller A young woman, pushed to the end of her tether, goes on a killing spree And one after another, each of her adversaries meet a seemingly natural death Or so she confesses Is she a murderess, or isn t she Or Feet of Clay looks at people and events from a child s point of view It is an interesting view because, as one finds out at the end of the story, the child s sense of loss is not about what one would expect Liddle weaves a masterful tale about a crime that is usually swept under society s carpet it is interesting because the focus is not on the crime at all, but on the perpetrator, and not in the manner that one would think, either This was one twist that I certainly did not expect The Howling Waves of Tranquebar takes us to a Danish settlement on coastal Tamil Nadu The objet d horreur here is an innocuous beer mug that has to be restored to its original owner, or else The story meanders through the scenic route between Pondicherry and Tranquebar, and the atmosphere is deftly built up using dialogue and descriptive passages No.63 , to me, was one of the weaker stories, and that is only because, in this collection, the story seemed repetitive, and the twist, when it came, wasn t quite as unpredictable as you would wish.I have mixed feelings about The Crusader I loved the premise I m sure many of us have wished we could do what the crusader does in the story and worse And again, there s nothing wrong with the writing, which is as crisp and delightful, the dialogues are very natural, and Liddle does do a good job of making you believe that it could happen, so I just remember finishing the story and thinking, No, that was just a bit over the top But I m sure it resonates with a lot of fellow sufferers.Madhulika Liddle s characters are ordinary people, her settings are natural, and her grasp over the very difficult task of writing everyday dialogues is effortless My Lawfully Wedded Husband and other stories is the perfect read for a rainy day, with a hot cup of tea and a plate of samosas on hand

  6. Sowmya Sowmya says:

    After reading Woman to woman, my expectations were high and may be that led to greater disappointment The stories were not bad But that s just it The stories were neither great nor terrible, most characters unremarkable and the narrative and plot both tepid and bland There wasn t as much mystery, suspense or horror as the book claimed either Then again, I have a soft spot for short stories and I liked adding this to my collection.

  7. Readers Cosmos Readers Cosmos says:

    Snapshot It s a collection of short stories, about realistic characters, written in a simple but an artful manner of revealing the unusual or the suspense component slowly yet surely, and in a manner that makes you read nonstop right from first to the last page.The Stories and Critics Perspective There are total twelve short stories Each in a very different set up from another The first story Sum Total is about a young girl who has successfully eliminated people she is not fond of by mu Snapshot It s a collection of short stories, about realistic characters, written in a simple but an artful manner of revealing the unusual or the suspense component slowly yet surely, and in a manner that makes you read nonstop right from first to the last page.The Stories and Critics Perspective There are total twelve short stories Each in a very different set up from another The first story Sum Total is about a young girl who has successfully eliminated people she is not fond of by murdering them I specifically loved the way it ended The second story A Tale of Summer Vacation is about the story of two sisters It is described as a series of observations made by the girl narrating the story, who has just gained wisdom to decipher people from their little actions about these sisters that spin into a beautiful plot The third story A Brief Lesson is trust is a smart story and as reflected by the title, compels the reader to ponder Whom and importantly how much can one trust While the fourth story Feet of Clay is a very innocent narrative of a child about her childhood love which seems predictable in the beginning but leaves you spellbound at the last line The main story that is also the title of the book, attractive enough to make you want to read it appears strategically at the middle of the book and is predictable I am sure the book gets this title not because it s the best story as is the case with most short story collections but because it s catchy Number 63 a story of suspicious neighbors where the author tries the same old school mystery trick, however it is a fun ride On the Night Train again a trick but better than the last one While the best stories are towards the end The Silent fear is short and smart St George and the Dragon and The Crusader well written but predictable However, the best of all in my opinion are The Howling Waves of Tranquebar and Hourie which are unsual stories with each plot making the book unputdownabble and the end is amazing, unthinkable Also Tranquebar is described beautifully and mysteriously and this story makes me want to visit it sometime soon The Review Positive Most characters are real life, simple and not extraordinary or imaginary However the beauty is how imaginatively the author has carved out their stories and presents it in an interesting way so as to let the reader keep guessing what happens till end Language is good, writing crisp and some stories are really gripping.Negatives Some stories are certainly predictible.The Verdict A crisp, topsy turvy, light read Highly recommended for short story lovers 3.5 stars out of 5.For detailed review check

  8. Ava Ava says:

    I love short stories Flip over 5 10 20 pages and the story is done It usually deals with one aspect of the life of its protagonists, so the reader does not have to remember a lot On the other hand, just as you have gotten into a story and the character, it is done with It is difficult sometime to turn to another story immediately, as you are still into the first one Hence, I find it difficult to get through books of short stories at a stretch They usually lie on my unread pile on the I love short stories Flip over 5 10 20 pages and the story is done It usually deals with one aspect of the life of its protagonists, so the reader does not have to remember a lot On the other hand, just as you have gotten into a story and the character, it is done with It is difficult sometime to turn to another story immediately, as you are still into the first one Hence, I find it difficult to get through books of short stories at a stretch They usually lie on my unread pile on the bookshelf, to be picked up when the fancy takes me.My Lawfully Wedded Husband is a collection of 12 stories They are mostly funny scary dark and sometimes, all three combined 1 Sum Total A young woman goes on a killing spree when she finds herself pushed to the limits by people around her 2 A Tale of a Summer Vacation A young girl happens to be visiting her grandmother in Goa when an incident takes place with a neighbor There are some secrets that only time can unlock.3 A Brief Lesson in Trust Two childhood friends find themselves face to face again after many years Surely an old friend can be trusted to help you out when you are in a bad spot.4 Feet of Clay There are many people who seem harmless, but are not.5 My Lawfully Wedded Husband Boring people can be safe to be with, some times Maybe it is not a good idea to be scornful about people who are staid on the outside.6 Number 63 Sometimes it helps to be a nosey neighbor.7 On the Night Train There is a nice tip in here that can help you get a good night s sleep on a train.8 Hourie A grim look at the happenings inside a whorehouse.9 Silent Fear A scary office tale.10 St George and the Dragon This is what happens in a government office when a frustrated PA decides to act against his boss.11 The Crusader How many times have we gone to see a movie and felt unhappy about people who don t allow us to watch it peacefully.12 The Howling Waves of Tranquebar Even a tiny place like Tranquebar can have an exotic story behind it.Madhulika s prose is elegant and simple The stories often have a twist in the end, some skilful and some predictable In case of St George and the Dragon, I liked the story a lot It was a very genuine portrait of a government office But I felt the end was a bit too drastic Silent Fear was a bit unsubstantial Apart from these little things, all the stories are immensely likeable.The last one in the collection, The Howling Waves of Tranquebar is exceptional It is going to rank among the best short stories I have ever read

  9. Manisha Manisha says:

    The book falls under Crime fiction category and contains a total of 12 stories The endings are unimaginable, keeping the reader engrossed in the story thinking what will happen next The book displays a graph of some very interesting to not so interesting stories While some of the stories are extremely gripping, I felt some others a little boring.A few stories that impressed me are as follows Sum Total which is a story of a young girl called Veera and her life revolving around her mother an The book falls under Crime fiction category and contains a total of 12 stories The endings are unimaginable, keeping the reader engrossed in the story thinking what will happen next The book displays a graph of some very interesting to not so interesting stories While some of the stories are extremely gripping, I felt some others a little boring.A few stories that impressed me are as follows Sum Total which is a story of a young girl called Veera and her life revolving around her mother and her office and the 3 murders that happen eventually A tale of summer vacation is based in Goa and has many characters When the main girl goes to spend her holidays with her grandma, she makes friends with 18 yr old Ruby and her sister Rose Ruby works at her grandma s place and Rose works for Prof Gomes When Melissa comes to the village, Prof Gomes falls in love with her and then follows an accident of Melissa Was it really an accident or who is responsible for it all questions remain unanswered till the end A brief lesson in trust is a story about two girls Geeti and Madhu Geeti has killed a person who had been blackmailing her and now she seeks help from Madhu to get rid of the body Does Madhu help her Can Madhu trust Geeti or vice versa All to be read and not told.My lawfully wedded husband, Number 63, On the night train, Silent fear and The crusader also make an interesting read while Feet of clay, Hourie, St George and the dragon and The howling waves of Tranquebar are not quite up to the mark I felt Overall, the book is good With an attractive cover and print to match, it makes a good read when you want to read some light reading.Would like to read reviews from others too as these are my personal views and the stories that I found not up to the mark may be liked by someone else So anyone, if you come across the book, do share your opinion

  10. Poonam Poonam says:

    I must first begin with disclaimers I was very intrigued when I picked up Madhulika Liddle s first book The Englishman s Cameo the author bio said she was an instructional designer Well, so am I and in India I find a little known profession And then I recalled, my friend had mentioned of her works reviewed by Liddle Madhulika Liddle used to work for same organisation as me, though I have never met her or spoken to her I have read her first two books, part of Muzaffar Jang series, a myst I must first begin with disclaimers I was very intrigued when I picked up Madhulika Liddle s first book The Englishman s Cameo the author bio said she was an instructional designer Well, so am I and in India I find a little known profession And then I recalled, my friend had mentioned of her works reviewed by Liddle Madhulika Liddle used to work for same organisation as me, though I have never met her or spoken to her I have read her first two books, part of Muzaffar Jang series, a mystery set during Shah Jehan s era I was very impressed not just with story, but the research put in reflects in the chosen words and creating imagery in the story the dresses, the utensils, customs, hierarchy, professions and so on It was delight.When I saw the cover this short story collection on Facebook, I loved the cover and wanted to possess the book So, I am glad, I got this opportunity thanks to Blogadda.Liddle s this book is in different than her Muzaffar Jang series It is book of collection of 12 short stories set in different parts of India Delhi, Bombay, Moradabad, Goa, Tranquebar and so on.Every short story writer has a style Complete review at

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