Sandy Raman, stringer for the BBC, lives as a paying guest with the Sawants, a regular, quiet, Indian family. Or so she thought. Until she woke up to a woman with a knife ... and a dark secret. It is only after she runs a sting operation on a home for the differently abled that Sandy makes a connection between an institute acting as a front for something sinister and the strange family she lives with. Chasing the truth up a trail of brutal murders, Sandy must evade the grasping clutches of a thriving sex racket and expose the predators before her time runs out.
The book Victims for Sale By Nish Amarnath is a truly stunning story that I have read after a while in the crime thriller genre, with an interesting and a unique story-line.
As we know all books are unique and different from one other, but the only distinguishing factors that make a book stand out are the writing flow, style and the use of expressions. And the author Nish Amarnath seems very much professional in using these to her advantage. This book does stand out from other crime thriller books perfectly. The story is captivating, and the narration has an easy reading flow. All the components of the plot such as characters, surroundings, emotions, suspense, mystery, suspects and everything else are illustrated in a well-mannered way and in detail.
The main highlight of the book apart from the story-line is the magnetism of the story, which kept me hooked to the book all the way to the end. I’m sure the more you read the book, the more suspicious you get about the characters and it is not an easy part to write. Also, I like the main character Sandy; she is confident, smart, aggressive, bold, brave, and a strong girl. The expression of the emotions is so strongly depicted that I could feel them too as I read the book.
Overall, I would love to read more books of the Author Nish Amarnath and if you are looking for a book with crime, suspense, and thriller or simply looking for a great book to read then click here to read and solve the mystery with the author Nish Amarnath in the book Victims for Sale.