The Blaft Anthology of Tamil Pulp Fiction eBook ï Paperback  Rakesh Khanna

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Fiction South Asia Studies Selected and translated from the Tamil by Pritham Chakravarthy Edited by Rakesh Khanna The follow up to 2008's successful first collection featuring stories by Indra Soundar Rajan Medhavi Jeyaraj Pushpa Thangadorai Rajesh Kumar Indumathi MKNarayanan and Resakee A yo Very readable stories All are thrilling It includes a comic book alsoThe stories involve ghosts murders thieves etc all in a very interesting mannerAfter reading the stories you come to the conclusion that thought people speak different languages they share the same feelings and desires Humans are same everywhere

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The Blaft Anthology of Tamil Pulp FictionUng woman's fascination with blue films leads to a bizarre murder A bloodline of debauched maharajas falls prey to an evil curse A beautiful girl uses karate to retrieve a stolen idol Seven thrilling tales from seven Indian and Singaporean masters of action suspense and horrorContentsThe pala Complete 'time pass'Read it when you need to be entertained without having to expend much thought

Rakesh Khanna ↠ The Blaft Anthology of Tamil Pulp Fiction eBook

The Blaft Anthology of Tamil Pulp Fiction eBook ï Paperback  Rakesh Khanna  ❰EPUB❯ ✵ The Blaft Anthology of Tamil Pulp Fiction Author Rakesh Khanna – Insolpro.co.uk Fiction South Asia Studies Selected and translated from the Tamil by Pritham Chakravarthy Edited by RCe of Kottaipuram by Indra Soundar RajanHighway 117 by Jeyaraj Pushpa ThangadoraiThe hidden hoard in the cryptic chamber by MedhaviHold on a minute I'm in the middle of a murder by IndumathiThe bungalow by the river by MK NarayananHello dead morning by Rajesh KumarSacrilege to love by Resakee I loved the first set of stories I pretty much right away bought this book I loved this set of stories too Though this collection has way horror stories which I personally love and less of a mixed bag than the first anthology I enjoyed the stories even though some of them were fairly predictable this was an enjoyable read