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Press Release: ‘Done With Her’ is a Terrific Murder Mystery by the Debut Author Chirasree Bose

Mumbai (April 8, 219) – Debut author Chirasree Bose’s first novel ‘Done With Her’ – a murder mystery – is out in the market, available in both formats: Kindle and Paperback.


“It is a terrific murder mystery – it has been a rarity where the motive becomes the cynosure – chaser, killer, avenger, victim, even the protagonist.”

About the Book:
Like most of the great crime thrillers, when the story starts, it doesn’t make much sense to the readers, things are in vague. Nothing is clear. That’s goes like a cardinal rule for crime and suspense thriller novels – if you don’t believe refer to Colin Dexter or Daniel Silva. The story’s backdrop is simple but as it advances with a slew of intriguing characters, the intensity becomes unavoidable. People with affinity for crime and suspense novels will surely find it as delightful read, all the more, it’s a short novel. One of the Unique Selling Points of the book is that it’s fast-paced, imagine a book of about 50 pages, but still it stretches up to over twenty chapters. Readers may find it easy to connect, enjoy, and read!

The story conveys a very serious message that marriages shouldn’t be stopped on the basis of difference in caste and religion and social status. In many part of India, it is still a distant dream to go for love marriage. The problem of arrange marriage is deep rooted.

The main character of the novel is Spreeha Pandey – she chooses to avenge the murder of her boyfriend, who was killed by some of his closed ones. What kind of transformation she undergoes to reach her destination, will surely keep readers in awed mood. Other than the concept of love and lust and interfaith marriages, there is more to explore. It is sure that the characterization of Spreeha Pandey aka Chanda is going to generate sympathy from readers. If you wish to know why the world wanted to trample the love story of Chanda and what made Spreeha Pandey stand up for her honour and revenge, go nowhere and pick up this book, you will be able to finish reading it in one sitting.

About the Author:

Chirasree is a young passionate writer and reader who wants to make a difference through her writing. She is an editor, content writer, blogger, and software engineer. With her debut book ‘Done With Her’, she’s just set her foot on the arena of authors. However, she likes to define herself with just one word, that is – A Dreamer.

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