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About Amrita Mukherjee
Amrita Mukherjee's debut novel Exit Interview published by Rupa Publications in 2015 earned the tag “unputdownable” from reviewers and readers alike. Her vast exposure to people from all walks of life and her keen interest in collecting stories and collating it with research has resulted in these 13 short stories. Museum of Memories, a collection of soul-stirring short stories published by Readomania is her second book.
Her third book The Secret Diary Of A Criminal Lawyer has been published by Readomania in December 2022. The book has 10 true stories taken from the pages of the diary of one of the finest criminal lawyers in India.
She has also contributed to Readomania's Anthology of satirical tales Mock, Stalk and Quarrel. Her story is the The Dress Code.
Amrita Mukherjee has worked in publications like The Times of India, The Hindustan Times and The Asian Age in India and she has been the Features Editor with ITP publishing Group, Dubai’s largest magazine publishing house.
An advocate of alternative journalism, she is currently an independent journalist writing for international publications and websites and she also blogs at www.amritaspeaks.com.
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But a chance encounter with a young woman at a police station in Cairo leads Rasha to stumble on to the biggest story of her life. Will this be the big break that she has been looking for? Or will this story too, like so many of her others, be sent to an early grave?
Exit Interview is the captivating story of an ambitious young woman trying to find her place in an
A surrogate mother narrating her emotional ordeal; a house-husband telling his side of the story; an innocent girl talking her first brush with the not-so-innocent world; a woman judging her friend for her Facebook posts…and many more that chronicle the journey of discovering life.Amrita Mukherjee, a journalist, realised over the years that every story had an inside story; interviewees actually opened up when the Dictaphone was switched off. Apart from meeting people for interviews, she collected these stories at the office cafeteria, at drawing room conversations, during interactions with strangers while travelling on the metro-rail or talking to fellow moms while waiting for her son at the school gates.
What emerges is a work of gripping fiction based on real incidents.