Perfect Murder and other stories by S.R. Nair- Review

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Name          – Perfect murder and other stories
 Author                 – S.R.Nair
 Publisher              – Amazon Asia-Pacific holdings Pvt Ltd
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My Review
Rating : 3.5

I had finished the book some time back and however could not make myself into writing the review. The might have affected the accuracy of the review but I have tried to put the best foot forward in delivering and honest and reliable review. The book is an anthology with a cocktail of genres. Diversity of the genres is the highlight of the book. The book touches several genres and characters are one different from the other.

On one hand we can see a perfect murder being planned on the other hand we can see a woman who is standing for her rights. While a girls searches for a real parents, another traps a man in her vicious plan to get a US Visa. A man who has toiled all his life,decides to come back to restart his life without any sufferings or hardships. The climax will tug the string in the heart of the readers. 

The name of the some of the characters of the story like Attukal Ravikrishnan, Shankar and Ehsan are derived from the celebrity astrologer and music directors directly. Even then there is no direct connection with the real persons.Seduced is narrated in a quirky fashion and the climax tickles the funny bones except for the fact the to be in the scene is never funny.

The title of the book reminded me of Perfect murder by Ruskin Bond. The who mood and theme of the story title was similar to that written by Ruskin Bond. The route of the storyline many srotie gives the impression that the story was written long back and that it got published later because the plot had similarities of several other books and movies released in the last decade.

Overall the book is an easy and decent read.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

This review is in return of a free book from the author

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