It’s said that a person never lies when he is on a his dead bed. ‘JFK’ were the last words of a dying man. Do you have any clue what it could mean? This dying man is obviously hinting at somethingÂ unusual. What could it be? How will this mystery be solved? You won’t know itÂ untilÂ you read JFK, aÂ super thriller novel by Jhangir Kerawala. So, read and review it here. What are you waiting for? Grab your copies NOW!
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JFK … A dying man’s last word … A plea, an accusation or a clue? That’s what the police couldn’t figure out. What they did know was that they had serial murders in broad daylight, and just one suspect with little motive … Jatin F. Karunamoi, the dead man’s best friend. Jatin is no hero; he’s an unemployed 50-year-old, desperate to find a job. But his only hope for a life of dignity lies in him finding the real killer. As he jumps headlong into the investigation he has little idea what he’s getting into … a hunt for the faceless murderer. Each step Jatin takes to unravel the mystery brings him closer to insanity as he encounters unimaginable situations, devious characters, intrigue and … death. In this fast-paced thriller set in Kolkata, debutant novelist Jhangir Kerawala brings the reader face-to-face with the ugly underbelly that looms large beneath the bright lights of urban India.
“A fast-paced edge-of-the-seat-thriller.” Simply Fiction
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Before plunging into the creative field, Jhangir a commerce graduate from Kolkata, paid his dues for almost ten years as an accountant and then went looking for adventure and travel, by making a lateral shift into sales.Â After five years of selling refrigerators he knew that the streets he traveled had a story to tell and that he had a story to tell.Â After experimenting with a comic series, cartooning and short stories for children, JFK is Jhangir’s debut into the world of novels.
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