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The Perfect Murder Mystrey Tale
23 October 2017
Kulpreet Yadav, retired voluntarily from the armed forces to pursue a career in writing in 2014. Also a motivational speaker now, he has spoken at more than one hundred schools, colleges, and global corporate brands during the last three years. I’ve admired his writing , I really liked his Andy Karan Series. And now it’s a spy thriller again. Thriller is the genre I would love to read without any second thought. So I didn’t bothered to read the blurb as well. Murder Mystery always makes the reader enamored. And So Murder in Paharganj. A Vicks Menon Thriller. Vicks an investigation journalist who lost his job and his girlfriend for his Alcohol addiction. And now he want his possession back as the journalist at India Now. And also he wants his girlfriend Tonya Mazumdar back in his life.
On a cold December morning, a white woman is found murdered in a cheap hotel in Paharganj, New Delhi. Vicks Menon is the first man to arrive at the crime scene. Where he discovers a lead. It’s the bus ticket used by the dead woman two days earlier. A white women, Sherry Bing, was found dead in a small hotel room in Paharganj. Probably cause of death was strangulation. There was no sign of a break in, no sign of a struggle, and all her belongings seemed to be intact. What was the killer’s motivation ?
Tonya is a clinical psychologist, who specializes in profiling hardened criminals. With the help of her Vicks finds out who killed Shery. But now he wants to know what made him to kill the women who he was in love with her. The story takes us to the international level now. The policeman and a spy from Israeli intelligence are behind Vicks. Will Vicks ever able to solve the mystery ? Will he get his girlfriend back in his life ? Does he proves his boss, that he’s is the best journalist ? And also proves his dad wrong for calling him Sissy ?
No doubt the way Kulpreet Yadav handled the story proves that he’s one of the leading fiction writes in India. The story at beginning was perplexing but once you learn too many things about the characters you start loving the way it has been written. Apart from the Vicks the only character I liked in this book was ACP Sachin Rao. His character is so calm and focused. Overall the perfect mystery with few negligible flaws.