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Fatal Belief: A Murder Mystery Novel (The Kanke Killings Trilogy Book 3) Kindle Edition
Kanke has had multiple murders and mayhem. The police are in a tizzy. There is a genius serial killer on the loose, threatening the hell out of the lives of every person at Ranchi. The police have a handful and they are at a dead end.
Kanke has a psychiatric hospital. The hospital has a brilliant psychoanalyst who helps the police with the case. His Nurse, Eva Black, is a British citizen who travels from London to India and begins her work routine in Kanke.
Would Eva find a mentor in Kanke? Can she find love and belonging in a new country? Can Eva help the police and the psychoanalyst with their investigations into the serial killing case? Can Amrita save Alka from her depression?
Peek into the lives of the ordinary citizens of Ranchi and find out the unraveling mysteries of The Kanke Killings Trilogy – Book 2. Find it out for yourself because here is a surprising, secretive murder mystery, waiting for you to decipher by allowing your creative detective juices to flow with impunity, now.
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- ASIN : B09B2PK8FL
- Language : English
- File size : 2711 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 207 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #6,298 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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▶Author- Kumar kinship
▶Genre- crime thriller
▶A simply glorious reading feast awaits in this crime novel that I'd describe as warm and cosy with a healthy dose of feisty attitude and smirky humour. Eva, Vishal, Dr Pandey, and Namrata find themselves beat of the story, a murderer.
▶I roared my appreciation of the first in this series, the good-selling and LoveReading his first book, so I’ll admit to approaching Kumar Kinshuk second novel with an intriguing mix of excitement and apprehension. I am absolutely thrilled to say that The fatal belief more than exceeded my expectations.
▶The superb introductory chapters sucked me straight in, and this is one of those books that I wanted to read in one sitting. I cackled and read with glee as I ran to keep up with these four septuagenarions. While I adore all of the main characters, Eva and Vishal's are my particular favourite, quite possibly because we continue to get an outpouring of their thoughts, I so wish all women have this much positivity to tackle when things were out of the box!
▶ The relationships evolve beautifully, and the humour tickles and flirts as the plot just hums along. The ending is rather wonderful and I predict that Kumar kinshuk second novel will be just as big a hit as his first.
▶ So, of course The fatal belief comes with the LoveReading Star Book stamp of approval, what are you waiting for, go grab yourself a copy!
It keeps you on the edge of the seat..Every twist is penned so well..
Serial killings are at its best and every minor and major characters of the story is well explained..
The author has done a commendable job..
Nail biting thriller oh God, this read surely made my weekend awesome.
Waiting for the third one from the trilogy.
Most recommended 😊
Author- Kumar Kinshuk
“Fatal Belief” by Kumar Kinshuk is a second instalment in “The Kanke Killings” trilogy. It’saA relentless white-knuckle ride of a thriller, set in the small town of Ranchi.
Giving a picturesque description of Kolkata and other Indian cities, the story starts with a British girl named Eva who moves from London to practice nursing in India. Eva eventually moves to Ranchi and starts her practice. Both at personal and professional level she develops excellent rapport with people. However, suddenly the city is plagued by mysterious murders, Here comes the very interesting character of SP Vishal who along with couple of other people unravel the mystery of these murders.
If you like your crime more twisty than a bowl of fusilli pasta, then you will love Kumar Kinshuk and this story. Fatal Belief is a treat, full of ingenuity and flair and, what’s more, it’s a book that does not accentuate its effects, but assumes that the reader will be paying the closest attention. Can’t wait for the third instalment.
This is the second part of The Kanke Killings Trilogy, the first being Two Indian Girls. This book starts with a travelogue of a British girl moving around Kolkata and other towns in India till she reaches Ranchi. Things pick up when the murders start happening. And the real mystery starts. The cover is quite catchy with beautiful illustration of a man sitting on a syringe, and it has potential to attract readers. The was quite expected for mystery novels.
The book is decent with beautiful characterizations and a nice mystery story. It is not a thriller, so do not expect it to be very high pitched. It is nice and good to read and try to unravel the mystery for oneself.
A must read for mystery fans but not a thriller, so if you like high octane books with a lot of action, this may not be the one for you. This is not for the chills or thrills, it is for deduction of mystery and it does an excellent job there with a lot of twists and turns. So, mystery fans, go for it!
Is this a single murder or a handwork of a serial killer?
How does this affect the lives of our protagonists?
I liked the first book but this book is just crazy, who is he/she - a saviour or a psychopath? First book made me appreciate the author but with this book the author has turned me impatient, I'm desperate for the next. As Eva says Vishal is dedicated but not capable for this task. And what to say about Eva, I love her. Crisp detailing, perfect pace of narration (it's mysterious) and impressive characterisation; this is my best read of the month.