Empire of Sand by Tasha Suri

Raised in an Ambhan household, as the daughter of the Governor of the Empire, Mehr has led a life of privilege. But this privilege doesn’t prevent her from being treated with scorn because of her mother’s Amrithi heritage and Mehr’s connection to the desert spirits that once walked the earth as humans. When her father’s…

The Man with The Shifting Tattoos by Hulya Yuva

A college student, Siddharth Nair’s life turns upside down when an unprecedented event lands him in jail on a murder charge. Bereft of hope, he makes the acquaintance of a man, whose mystical powers fill Siddharth with a renewed purpose in life. This was a short read with plot developments that occurred at a rapid…

Halloween Party by Agatha Christie

At a Halloween party, when 13-year-old Joyce admits to having witnessed a murder, no one believes her. But shortly after, the party-goers find her drowned in a tub of apples. Initially, it seems that no one has spotted anything out of the ordinary. But the more Hercule Poirot investigates the leads, the closer he gets…

The Viscount Who Loved Me by Julia Quinn

Anthony Bridgerton has decided to settle down, much to the astonishment of the ton. For however can the oldest Bridgerton son do away with his days as a rake and commit to spending the rest of his life with one woman. Having set his sights on the youngest Sheffield sister, Edwina, Anthony finds an unlikely…

My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing

Samantha Downing’s psychological thriller narrates the story of a married couple who get away with murder. They decide to fake the return of a former serial killer to disguise their involvement in the murders of young women around town. But when their little game begins to display drastic repercussions in the lives of their two…

The Duke and I by Julia Quinn

Daphne Bridgerton, fourth of the eight Bridgerton siblings, is thrust into the coming social season, where the whole ton is bustling with the news of the arrival of Simon, the new Duke of Hastings. Distressed by her eventual lack of prospects and convinced by Simon’s need to escape the vulture-esque eyes of the society mothers,…

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Rachel commutes to work every day by train. Her journey is made interesting each day by the passing glimpse of a couple who live in a Victorian home adjacent to the train tracks. Drawn to their life, Rachel nicknames them Jason and Jess. To her, they represent the life she has lost, the love she…

Phoenix Flame by Sara Holland

The sequel to Havenfall, Phoenix Flame finds Maddie Morrow at the centre of a quest, as she adamantly wades into Fiordenkill, to weed out the soul trade and seek answers to her brother Nate’s disappearance. What she finds in this kingdom of snow and ice chills her to the bone, for her determination to protect…

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein is an exuberant student of natural philosophy, eager to explore the science behind the various phenomenon. When his studies propel him further into the folds of life and creation, Victor’s desire to achieve the impossible manifest in the form of a creature he brings to life. Horrified by the grotesque appearance of the…

Shipped by Angie Hockman

Henley Evans, Digital Marketing Manager at Seaquest Adventures, is appalled to know that her workplace rival is also being considered for the promotion to Director of Marketing. When both of them get sent on a cruise to formulate a marketing plan that will determine the winner, Henley is ready to pull out all the stops….