A Captivating, Transporting Novel

This insightful review just out from the Portsmouth Herald, a newspaper serving New Hampshire and Maine, makes the observation that I have set “the arc of this debut novel to the rhythm of India’s climate. The parched heat strains tempers, and the still air lies heavy with secrets. The first monsoon rains bring giddy relief, renewing married love and awakening forbidden young hopes before the relentless wetness seeps into every crack and corner of the place, sprouting mold and hastening decay.” Click here for full review.

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