Contemporary Women’s Mystery/Suspense – A Star Called Lucky

A Star Called LuckyA Star Called Lucky
By Bapsy Jain
Publisher: Vook
Published: August 2014
ISBN: 978-1632954244
Pages: 246
Genre: Mystery, Suspense, Thriller

A Star Called Lucky, returns to the exotic world of the spirited, indomitable Lucky, which left  readers petitioning the author Bapsy Jain for this sequel.

Now, feeling grounded in her new life as a yoga instructor and single mom in New York, Lucky unknowingly enters the dangerous world of corrupt politics. She is forced to take another journey across continents, a trip that puts her faith in humanity in question. Through a series of puzzling encounters with a mysterious individuals including a Buddhist monk, a computer savant, and an elusive Tibetan doctor, Lucky must untangle the web of lies, before the authorities begin to suspect her.

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About the Author:
A Star Called Lucky AuthorBAPSY JAIN is a best-selling mystery author, wife, educator and entrepreneur noted for the international success of her debut novel, Lucky Everyday, published by Penguin in 2009.

A Star Called Lucky is the sequel novel to her bestselling debut and returns the reader to the exotic world of the spirited Lucky, whose new adventures are sure to captivate audiences around the world. Originally from Calcutta, India, Bapsy attended the Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics in Mumbai. After graduating, she left for the UK to qualify as a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountant England and Wales. She divides her time between Mumbai and Singapore.

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Desolation Row

Desolation RowDesolation Row
By Kay Kendall
Publisher: Stairway Press
ISBN: 978-0985994211
Published: March 2013
Pages: 258
Genre: Mystery

Alone, far from home, young Texan bride Austin Starr must track down a killer. Her husband is jailed for a murder he didn’t commit, and then she also becomes a captive. Danger stalks two young lives and a new marriage. This fraught love story rages through social upheaval and anti-war protests. Canada in 1968—shockingly hazardous!

About the Author:
Kay Kendall is an international award-winning public relations executive who lives in Texas with her Canadian husband, four house rabbits, and spaniel Wills. A fan of historical mysteries, she wants to do for the 1960s what novelist Alan Furst does for Europe in the 1930s–write atmospheric mysteries that capture the spirit of a controversial era.


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