From The Da Vinci Code to Shiva trilogy: Why historical mysteries form great backdrops for bestselling thrillers
Some of the most successful books across the world have been contemporary thrillers with a historical underpinning.
ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2019: Mary Beard, Yann Martel, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni to speak on Day 4
On the palace grounds in Jaipur, Mary Beard will take the audiences on a tour of the ancient civilisations and histories of the city of Rome with an introduction by Dan Jones
Bangalore Literature Festival 2018: From panel discussions to much awaited LitMart, there is much to look forward to
From the LitMart for aspiring authors to panel discussions on poetry, history, politics, crime and more, to discussions on the burning issues of the day and dedicated children’s literature specials, the 7th edition of the Bangalore Literature Festival has so much on offer
The Krishna Key, which came out in 2012, was Ashwin Sanghi's third novel which tries to unfold the secrets of the Mahabharata and establish Krishna as a historical character rather than a mythical character.
There's an increasing appetite for crime writing in India and the upcoming Noir Literature Festival in Delhi is looking to tap into it
Bestselling author Ashwin Sanghi on his new book The Sialkot Saga and the art of writing a thriller
Here is an excerpt of James Patterson and Ashwin Sanghi's Private India. Read more here