Thursday, 23 May 2019

Book Review - Tune for the Dead: A Detective Dhruv Mystery by Debashish Irengbam and Anshul Vijayvargiya

Title: Tune for the Dead: A Detective Dhruv Mystery

Author: Debashish Irengbam and Anshul Vijayvargiya

Publisher: HarperCollins India

Pages: 230

One tune. Three listeners. Three grisly suicides. The melody - an eerie piano symphony - is the last thing they hear. Leading an unremarkable existence in the sleepy town of Manali, Private Detective Dhruv is jolted into the heart of this case when he is hired by Misha, daughter of the first victim, Raina Awasthi. As he delves deeper into the mystery, threats against his life begin to multiply. It's soon clear that he is dealing with a conspiracy that goes far beyond suicides and murders, and that there is more at stake here than just his life. The shadows are closing in, and Dhruv is all that stands in their way.

The book has been divided into three parts and has three suicides. You will find three different locations in this book.
The plot starts with the location of Manali where the first incident of suicide took place. Misha daughter of the victim Raina Awasthi hires a Dhruv, a private detective.
Right after the first suicide, two more suicides committed by two victims all three suicides had one thing in a common "Tune For The Death" all three Victims listened to one tune right before the suicide. 
The three different people who have nothing in common, Dhruv hasn't any idea about how this case going to change his life.

 Does that tune have something which forced them to take such a dangerous step of suicide? What if the people who had committed suicide has some strong connection with that tune? 

Find out all the answers by reading this amazing book, and enjoy the journey of Dhruv. Debashish & Anshul have done a very great job by presenting this mystery thriller to the readers. 

I'm a fan of those mystery thrillers which produces some curiosity, which forces readers to turn the page to know what is going to happen at the very next point especially this type of book which has many twists and turns.

Thank you, HarperCollins India for the copy.


Cover: 4/5
Blurb: 4/5
Plot: 4/5
Overall: 4/5

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About the Author-

Debashish Irengbam is a Mumbai-based scriptwriter. Along with co-writer Anshul Vijayvargiya, he has worked on more than 100 episodes of major crime shows. He is the author of the novels Me, Mia, Multiple and Charlie Next Door. Anshul Vijayvargiya is a Script Writer and Director who has worked on films like Kidnap, Toonpur Ka Superhero and Deadline - Sirf 24 Ghante.

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