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The Colours of Passion (Sourabh Mukherjee): Book Review

Book Blurb –  The Colours of Passion (Sourabh Mukherjee)

The Colours of Passion (Sourabh Mukherjee)

“Who killed Tollywood heart-throb Hiya Sen?

Within days of her fairytale wedding with Manav Chauhan, the dashing young entrepreneur, Hiya Sen, the reigning queen of Tollywood, is brutally raped and murdered by three men. As ACP Agni Mitra investigates the high-profile murder, he meets Neha Awasthi, with whom Manav broke his engagement to marry Hiya, Neha’s father Deepak Awasthi, who was eyeing business benefits through the alliance, Mayank Kapoor, an alcoholic model, and Rituja Bose, the diva who had reigned over Tollywood over the past decade. When two more murders connected with the case made headlines, it’s time for Agni to find answers to perplexing questions and unveil shocking truths.

The Colours of Passion breezes through Kolkata’s glamorous world of industrialists, movie stars, models and fashion designers laced with drug addiction and illicit liaisons, with a heart-wrenching tragedy at its core.

The Colours of Passion (Sourabh Mukherjee) - Book Cover
The Colours of Passion (Sourabh Mukherjee) – Book Cover


Book Review- The Colours of Passion (Sourabh Mukherjee)

Ohh… Once again! Sourabh has done it once again. The brilliant thrill… the mystery of the plot… the solid story… and gripping narration! I am not a thriller-novel fan, but this man’s writing and books are unarguably amazing.

The book starts with the murder and rape scene of Tollywood heart-throb Hiya Sen and the introduction of ACP Agni to the case. That’s where the thrill starts. The author engages the reader throughout the book with his captivating language, that makes this a page-turner. The portrayal and the mystery of the murder are intriguing. The editor has done a wonderful job, making sure the language is perfect in the book.

I’ve always mentioned Sourabh as an underrated Indian author in various Facebook group discussions. After reading books like these, the future of Indian literature seems promising.

Intentionally, I am not describing the story plot here, as I feel it’d not be worth. The time you’ll spend on reading this book will be worth it. So, go and grab your copy 😀

Purchase your copy from Amazon here,

The book cover displays colours and a knife… that’s metaphorically relevant to the storyline.

About the Author of  The Colours of Passion -Sourabh Mukherjee

Sourabh Mukherjee is the author of the psychological thriller *In the Shadows of Death: A Detective Agni Mitra Thriller* and *Romance Shorts*, a collection of dark-romance short stories. His books have been highly appreciated by readers, bloggers and the mainstream national media. Sourabh received the Golden Pen Award in the Monsoon Romance Contest 2014 organised by and judged by an eminent panel of literary luminaries.

Sourabh speaks in several events on a variety of topics. His points of view in a panel discussion on serial killings, occult crimes and ritual killings in the Supernatural Literary Festival, Kolkata (2017) with the legendary Ipsita Ray Chakravarty was highly appreciated. He was also an invited panellist in a debate organised by Rotary Club, Kolkata on International Women’s Day, 2017.

Sourabh writes a column for *Sportskeeda*, India’s largest all-sport website. His articles have been featured in *Yahoo Sports* too.

An Electronics and Telecommunications Engineer from Jadavpur University, Kolkata with a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from School of Management Studies, New Delhi, in his day-job, Sourabh works in a senior leadership position in a technology consulting multi-national. Author of several publications on emerging trends in business and technology, Sourabh speaks regularly in various national and global conferences and technology summits.

A keen observer of human behaviour and cultural diversities, Sourabh loves travelling and has travelled across the USA and various countries in Europe and Asia. An avid reader of fiction, Sourabh is equally passionate about photography, movies and music.

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