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1 Randhir Khare
Strangers on the Shore
Niyogi Books; New Delhi, India; 9789383098613; Softcover; New; 
Old Arnie, son of a long dead possessive mother keeps the memory of her alive, fighting her, loving her, afraid of her. His half-sister Chrissie frets and fusses over her son Luke and the choices he makes or doesn’t make. Luke resists his mother’s tendency to control and leaves her in order to discover himself. Melissa’s life-journey is shaped by the influence of a dominant, perverted grandfather. Sabby isn’t able to come to terms with his son’s preferences. Their paths cross and re-cross, dramatically negotiating each other and the myriad lives who touch them, weaving an intensely emotional and psychological story about people who find themselves and lose themselves in an effort to discover who they really are. Strangers on the Shore reveals the dark underbelly of so-called sacrosanct relationships and filial ties and draws the reader into exploring realities that are most often brushed under the carpet or scrupulously avoided in ‘polite’ society. Randhir Khare’s robust and and compelling fictional narrative expressed through brilliantly created voices will touch a chord deep within those who pick up this book and read.Printed Pages: 344. 106556

Price: 9.87 USD
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2 Randhir Khare
Walking Through Fire
Niyogi Books; New Delhi, India; 9789381523155; Softcover; New; 
Lying critically wounded in hospital, Sean Varma tries desperately to decipher how he has come to be there, but his trauma prevents clarity and pushes him instead to recollect his fragmented life. A child of grandparents from four different cultures —Spanish, Irish, English and Indian—he survives an abusive childhood and goes on to experience Calcutta at war with itself. The best years of his childhood are spent dealing with a violent, alcoholic and womanizing father who can’t keep down a job. Left to fend on his own, Sean has to come to terms with the person he has become. His journey leads him across the subcontinent to the apocalyptic moment that will change him forever, and help him make peace with his life.Printed Pages: 266. 106562

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