India has always been blessed with great writers & authors, to cater to Indian readers with their plentiful best works. Here, we introduce, Chirasree Bose, the bestselling author of 3 books, namely ‘Done with Her…’ and ‘Mrs. Basu’s Uncensored Familism’. Her debut book grabbed remarkable positions on Amazon bestsellers lists and soon got her the title of ‘The Second Most Popular Debut Author Of India’ in 2019.
Chirasree’s work is bold, curious, and compassionate, all at once; they possess linguistic powers and are filled with thoughts and creativity.
Chirasree has always been a star with her finest works. She usually projects on Social norms and taboos. She has been highly recognized for her finest humorous drama, Mrs. Basu’s Uncensored Familism. Besides being an author, she is an editor, content writer, and software engineer as well. Mrs. Bose is a lady of indomitable passion for art and creativity, winning the hearts of people across the country.
Fiction has been read by people for decades and is still a fascinating genre; it has always enthralled readers. Author Chirasree’s new launch ‘There’s Blood on Your Heart’ with the renowned publisher “Author’s Ink Publications” is a blend of emotions and thrill. It’s sure to take you on a ride with its engrossing, connecting, and reflecting plot-driven story. In this book, Chirasree is focused on keeping her reader engrossed with suspense, societal crimes, reality, fiction, thrill, and chill, So, If you are a fan of thrillers as well as emotional tales, here comes the best combination.
This most awaited book is now available on all the major online bookstores and online mediums like Amazon (Kindle and Paperback), Flipkart, Kobo.com, Google Books, and Paper Fox.
Extracts from the story-
An emotional yet spine-chilling tale of an abandoned daughter and her quest for truth.
“I want to have nothing to do with my mother. Memories of her are so very obscure that I cannot even tell if she existed after all…but then…20 years have passed, and she still comes to me every night in my nightmare as though only to tell me there’s blood on my heart.”
8-year-old Nihar lost both her parents to a crime that after all these years remains elusive to her still. She remembers nothing about her dead mother and sentenced father.
Upon receiving an email that leaves her gasping with disbelief at a strange revelation about the crime, Nihar comes back to India. To unravel the past that threatens the very foundation of her existence.
With series of deaths taking place around her, one after another, and a hundred different versions of the crime floating about in every nook and cranny of her past, would Nihar finally get to the truth? Would she know why her mother had to die, who killed her, and why all these years, like a red phantomic silhouette, she kept following her everywhere?
This is just a gist out of a box full of excitement.
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