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Second Night Paperback – 20 January 2019

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‘Dogra hasn’t tried to flaunt his linguistic skills in the book and that makes a difference because pared down to minimal gymnastics of word-play, this book hits the readers with a friendly thud’.- The Open Magazine

‘The hop from a cliché romance set in Delhi University to quick sketches of characters in Mussoorie happens quickly enough to get any sceptical reader interested in the material’.- Outlook India

‘All the twists, turns and hairpin bends that one encounters on the hilly terrain are also present in Second Night. The climax will make the journey worthwhile.’ – Sakal Times

‘Veteran diplomat Rajiv Dogra has written a strikingly original and compellingly beautiful novel.’- India Strategic

‘Terse narrative and the succinct plot make this an enjoyable reading experience…Overall, Second Night is a fast-paced gripping story that is sure to leave you charmed.’- The Alive Shadow Blog

About the Author

A former diplomat, Rajiv Dogra is a writer, television commentator and an artist. An active public speaker, he received the honorary doctorate from University of Oradea, Romania. After two novels he has written two non-fiction books: Footprints in Foreign Sands (1997) deals with the issues of migration, while Almost an Ambassador (2005) takes a satirical look at the diplomatic corps. Where Borders Bleed came out in 2015 and Durand’s Curse followed in 2017. Commenting on it, the New Indian Express wrote, ‘Dogra tells a riveting account… He had previously penned one of the most respected books on the India–Pakistan relationship, Where Borders Bleed… Durand’s Curse keeps up that legacy.’

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  • Item Weight : 240 g
  • Paperback : 248 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 9353333253
  • ISBN-13 : 978-9353333256
  • Dimensions : 12.85 x 1.4 x 19.84 cm
  • Publisher : Rupa Publications India (20 January 2019)
  • Language: : English
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