The writing is wry without being smug, the characters and their badinage engaging without getting stilted and as for the plot, well, let’s leave it at Tripathi gets the ingredients of a desi potboiler just right!
In such a combat, all Jack has is his courage, wit and special forces training to take out the competition, avoid literal pitfalls in labyrinthine mazes, and unravel the mysteries of the four legendary kingdoms.
Despite the market’s restrictions on maintaining a facade in congress with its pristine whiteness, AD Singh’s new venture beguiles you from afar, its psychedelic signage in Mystery Machine-esque font undulating across its frontage.
Name: Kill Order Author: Vince Flynn & Kyle mills Publisher: Simon and Schuster Pages: 374 Price: 550 From Russia, with Thugs Essentially a modern retelling of the iconic Bond novel, Kill Order is the latest in the Mitch Rapp series, now written by Kyle Mills, following the death of the original author, Vince Flynn. The […]