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  • The Investigator Series By Arvind Narsima


    Arya is a handsome, shrewd, witty and an intelligent police officer. He fears no one and loves the Indian Penal Laws as much as he loves his life. He has a very daunting past - in Delhi and Ghaziabad, where he was accused of mass murders. But later, all the cases were dropped due to lack of evidence. Still, he had to spend eight grueling months in a mental asylum.Arya is brought to Chennai and commissioned to CB CID. He cleverly solves two complicated white collar murders - as if they were children's puzzles. His senior, Shivani Verma, a young divorcee with a four-year-old daughter, initially hates him for his off-handed remarks but later starts liking him as her daughter, Payal, gets attached to Arya. Arya's past is vaguely revealed to Shivani by Neha and Shirly. When Shivani tries to get close to Arya, he is unfortunately thrown into a serious case where four consecutive murders shake the city. Arya eventually also finds out about a jinxed web of relationships gone dangerously wrong because of greed, money, lust, unbelievable treachery and infidelity. He tries to save the unexpected murderer, when he learns that she's pregnant but finally his loyalty towards the Law takes over.


    The debut of the author is very promising. Arvind Narsima's debut novel is a suspense thriller as evident from the title. This is the story of police inspector (ASP to be precise) Arya who is the crusader of law and can do anything for the sake of it. The book is characterized by two simultaneous plots that merge into each other at a certain point due to dangerous mishaps. The first plot takes us to the polished environment of Blue Bird Automobiles Limited where we meet an over-ambitious and shrewd Avinash, returned from USA lately, who can go to any means to fulfill his sky-high dreams. The plot of the book is so awesome that it will give you the feel of a film and that’s where the Author has created difference for himself. Author should definitely come with few more books.