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Book Review: Surpanakha, by Hariharan Iyer

Thrillers are wonderful to read because they have this ability to hold you from the first page to last by keeping you on the edge of your seat. Add a genre to this genre, and it sometimes dilutes that effect. Political thrillers add a drama quotient to that thrill, and if written well, bring realism to the story as well. Surpanakha uses a tension between the states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka as its background and weaves a tale that is quite engaging.

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