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Book Review — The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret, by Christopher Doyle

Historical thriller is a genre that works only if there is a balance between the two genres it combines. It should have the research that makes the historical genre retain its merit, and it should have the pace and action of a thriller. It should make the reader keep turning the pages in expectation of what is to come. Ashwin Sanghi and Steve Berry do that quite well. Could Christopher Doyle join that company with his offering, The Alexander Secret, first part in the Mahabharata Quest trilogy? The cover certainly helped to generate interest in the secrets that the book held. Continue reading “Book Review — The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret, by Christopher Doyle”