How far would you go to protect your loved one? Would you even condone murder?
Eight years ago Vedant Birajdar fled Tamara, a small nondescript village on the banks of the river Kaveri, after a wild night out with his best friend Jay Varma, turned disastrous.
Now he is back and Jay is dead, Misha, the love of his life is engaged to another man and his older brother, Tarun, is missing. All he is left with is a strange message Jay leaves on his answering machine, before his death.
Misha does not believe her brother, Jay, committed suicide. Yet, she has no reason to believe otherwise. Not until Vedant turns up at her doorstep, bleeding and seeking her help.
Together they have to figure out what really happened and they have to do it quick, before the body count goes up.
But can Misha trust Vedant? He had already betrayed her once before, after all.
The author, Sana Shetty was educated in Mumbai. After initial schooling, she finished her graduation, B.Sc. in statistics and computer programming, (D.G. Ruparel College) from Mumbai University and went on to do a post graduate Diploma in Management studies from the same University (N.M.I.M.S).
She started as a research Assistant in an NGO, did a short stint as a management consultant at a private consultancy company and is presently residing in Mumbai and helps in the family business (Yarn Agency). Writing is a passion and she also blogs about various issues and problems.
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