Posts Tagged ‘fiction’

India's most-secret military operation. A Tipu Sultan biography. And why Vijender Singh went pro. Read all this and more, only on Juggernaut this June.

We asked  Veena Muthuraman, author of A Place of No Importance to tell us about her writing process and what influences her writing. Here’s what she had to say: Do you write everyday? When and where do you write? I’d like to write everyday and get to Trollopian levels of discipline in doing so but I come nowhere...

I needed a new idea, a new story and Goa was the answer.

On Mother's Day, we thought it fitting to feature 7 of the most badass mothers that we could think of. And yes, Cersei Lannister is one of them

  At Juggernaut we’re constantly looking for young, new voices with incredible stories to tell.  And we found a perfect match in Tashan Mehta’s wonderful debut novel, The Liar’s Weave. The book tells the tale of Zahan Merchant who has a unique problem: he is born without a future. This cosmic mistake gives him the...

  The Beheading by chief economist at HDFC Bank, Abheek Barua, is the only Indian crime novel that brings a sophisticated understanding of forensics and police procedural, and in Inspector Sohini Sen, a world weary, alcoholic, pill addicted, middle-aged cop, we have an extraordinary character. Our Art Director, Gavin...

Setting aside the wonderful Agatha Christie, the goddesses of British crime are Dorothy Sayers, P.D. James and Ruth Rendell.

The Indian Military thriller that 500+ serving officers read and rated 5 stars. Get your copy now. A girl is kidnapped by Pakistani terrorists in Pahalgam, Kashmir. But this is no ordinary girl. And her kidnapper is no ordinary man. In Delhi, Admiral Nirbhay Rana, India’s most strong-willed naval officer, watches...