Siren Song: Haunting Bombay on Virtual Tour

I’ve been doing a lot travel in the past months, speaking at various literary events and this weekI had the opportunity to go on a virtual book tour with TLC Tours.  Book bloggers have hosted me on their sites, reviewing my book or inviting me to write a guest blog – and all this without ever having to leave my home or pack a suitcase.  Here’s what they are saying about Haunting Bombay:

Darlene at Peeking Between the Pages writes, “From the beginning of the book I was hooked and I just kept turning those pages in an attempt to find out what was going to finally happen. It was a book that kept me on the edge of my seat a bit while giving me shivers up and down my spine.”

Ramya of Ramya’s Bookshelf writes, “The prologue instantly gripped me – the mysterious air, the freaky characters, a subtle hint of deaths and more, etc and I couldn’t put the book down. From that moment, until I turned the last page – I was hooked to haunting Bombay. It has been a while since I read a book that engrossing.”

Wendy at Musings of a Bookish Kitty writes, “Haunting Bombay lives up to its title. It is a haunting tale full of mystery, forbidden love, dark secrets, and mysticism. Shilpa Agarwal’s writing is beautiful, her story intense. I fell in love with this novel on the very first page and that feeling never wavered. If anything, it grew with each turn of the page.”

Serena at Savvy Verse & Wit writes, “Agarwal’s poetic language is like a siren song, pulling the reader into the Mittal family’s struggles with one another… Readers looking for a ghost story will get more than they bargained for with Haunting Bombay. It’s a ghost story, mystery, and historical novel carefully crafted to hypnotize the reader.”

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