A Brutal Hand There’s No Escape
A criminal story of a deep pocket man found dead in the parking slot. After investigation the story seems to be very deep, printed on the pages of A Brutal Hand by Ravi Subramanian and Jig Ashar.
Title: A Brutal Hand There’s No Escape
Author: Ravi Subramanian and Jig Ashar
Price: 250 I. N. R.
Hardcover: 184 pages
The tale of A Brutul Hand begins with the murder of the rich man. He was found expired in the parking area of Mumbai. Following this, the man was recognized as Alok Dalal who was a family man, with a wife and a young daughter. It was shocking news for the family because the man has no criminal record and any enemy. Now the question arises that how is the wrongdoer who destructed the life of Alok Dalal. Moreover, he was discovered with the note of sorry with him.
In the Brutal Hand, the police department allotted the case to Abhay Rastogi, for the investigation. The case was very deep and get confused when the policeman found another body. During the observation, the case gives the same signs as the first one. As the body has the same notice as sorry. Do all these things are related? The police department has to get a race like a murderer to catch him. The story is full of twists, turns, and actions and the reader will keep guessing till the end.
Ravi Subramanian is a student of IIM Bengaluru. He invested his two decades in the financial industry. Almost all of his books are the best selling and on the top of the list are If God Was A Banker and The Incredible Banker. He won the Golden Quill Readers’ Choice award in 2008 and Economist Crossword Book Award for both these books. Also, his other famous book is Don’t tell the Governor.
JIGS ASHAR is an award-winning writer and banker-turned consultant. His first short story was the Wait is Killing by which he won the Times of India –Write India Season 2 contest. Jigs lives in Mumbai with his wife, Vidya, and daughter, Esha. Insomnia is his first book. hence, A Brutal Hand will also be the award-winning and the best selling book like the other tales of both the authors.
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