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Most Anticipated

Published: 25th May 2014 06:00 AM

Last Updated: 24th May 2014 09:45 AM

The Silkworm, Robert Galbraith

JK Rowling returns with the second instalment of the Cormoran Strike series. This time the private investigator and his assistant Robin Ellacott investigate the disappearance of novelist Owen Quine who had been writing a tell-all manuscript featuring almost everyone he knew.

Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King

A lone driver plows through a crowd in a stolen Mercedes at a job fair in a Midwestern city and escapes. Three unlikely heroes join ranks to stop the psychopath hungry for more lives.

Private India – by Ashwin Sanghi and James Patterson

The world’s biggest selling thriller writer, collaborates with India’s bestselling author to write a thriller set in Mumbai—the latest in Patterson’s bestselling Private series.

The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair by Joel Dicker

A young novelist returns to his mentor to find a cure for writers’ block and gets drawn into a 33-year-old murder mystery.

Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage by Haruki Murakami

In high school, Tsukuru’s four best friends — Mr. Red, Mr. Blue, Miss White and Miss Black ostracized him as his name lacks a kanji symbol for colour. Now grown up, he decides to reconnect with them to know why they rejected him. The novel was a big hit in Japan in April, selling over a million copies in its first week.

Engglishhh: Fictional Dispatches for a Hyperreal Nation  by Altaf Tyrewala

Another Indian novel on  language and numerology, fast-food and porn from the author of No God in Sight.

The Small Wild Goose Pagoda: An Almanac, Allan Sealy

From the Himalayan foothills, a tale of a meditation on work, family, nature, society and time from the author of the criticallly acclaimed Trotter Nama.

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