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The Sinful Silence by [Abir Mukherjee]

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Abir Mukherjee was born and brought up in Bardhaman, a small town of West Bengal. He is currently based in Bangalore, having completed more than fourteen years as an IT professional. This is his fourth novel after As Life Has No Undo, S.O.A.R - Success over Adversity Reigns! and Sin is the New Love. He loves to sketch and write in his spare time. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B093D27MXQ
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Srishti Publishers & Distributors (31 May 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 681 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 155 pages
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.3 out of 5 stars 164 ratings

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4.0 out of 5 stars Smooth and well paced
By Syed ismail on 14 June 2021
𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙨𝙞𝙣𝙛𝙪𝙡 𝙨𝙞𝙡𝙚𝙣𝙘𝙚 is a crime suspense fiction with some extraordinarily comfortable and good pace.A gripping novel of about 200 pages with some extra sensual and lusty stuff
The novel picks up the gear from its beginning.. Abhimanyu was handed over a case and later his deputy Vayu was given the authority and handed over the case.Abhimanyu is a decorated police officer yet he isn't in his real sense due to his personal loss..So the case begin with passing away of business tycoon Mrs Shanaya..The author takes us through a series of events to catch the criminal or a murderer to be precise.There were number of people who would have been benefited after passing away of Shanaya..So the pool is very vast in the beginning.. Which made this novel pretty interesting. Abhimanyu and Vayu had to dug deep into the case to reach its root.The relation between between Abhimanyu and Vayu is something between competition and jealousy or both
The events made me remember a novel by Sidney Sheldon "Tell me your dreams"..Well the intensity isn't that of Sidney Sheldon's but i feel Abir Mukherjee can become better with his every book..This is his 4th book and this book describes his ability to write better.
This fiction gives us brief idea about hierarchy in police department,the pressure they absorb and the political influence on the investigation
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect portrayal of circumstances as the biggest criminal and time as the cruelest murderer.
By Sanchari Das on 6 September 2021
"This is something bigger than our imagination. Something is terribly wrong. I can smell it, but can't see."

True to its most famous line, the book "The Sinful Silence" by Abir Mukherjee is a highly mysterious, mind-blowing thriller and an incredible story that's beyond our wildest imagination.

What appears to be an open and shut case, turns incredibly mysterious and increasingly baffling when the rookie IPS officer Vayu Iyer smells foul play in the murder of an eminent businesswoman and yet the entire Police Department can't find a single trace.

The more they try to reach a conclusion, the more lost they feel in the open-ended suspect pool. With the zeal of a dedicated IPS officer, Vayu follows every lead to capture the murderer of Mrs. Shanaya Mehta but meets with a dead end every single time. To make things worse, his journey becomes harder under the supervision of DCP Abhimanyu, whom we know as the handsome, powerful and honest officer from the prequel. 

However, we meet a completely different Abhimanyu in this book. For one thing, he has lost all his charms, which had once mesmerized his beloved Ahi, and has turned into a grumpy drug-addict. And to top it all, he now plays the role of a corrupt officer who is on a killing spree to avenge the murder of his fiancé, pitted against a powerful crime-syndicate. He is still incredibly powerful, but in a highly destructive way.

Thus, two tales drive the plot of the book and it is the oscillation between the two stories that makes it hard to keep our eyes, minds and hands off the book. On one hand, it narrates Vayu's quest for the truth and on the other, it relates Abhimanyu's mission to avenge his loss while the entire journey takes us through the midst of several twisted relationships and unexpected revelations.

"Sometimes, a lie is the best decision that ensures sanity and peace in our future life."

Serving as the sequel to our talented author, Abir Mukherjee's spine-chilling thriller "Sin is the New Love", this book tends to raise the bar quite high, not only with its amazing storyline but also with its meticulous twists, remarkable depth and wonderful writing style. The amalgamation is sure to leave the readers spellbound and hooked on it till the last line.

The book has everything from psychology to art, from murder to love, from humour to agony, from betrayal to hope and most importantly, from the curtains of secrets to the light of truth. It's an amalgamation of emotion and logic, crime and justice, love and despise, truth and morality. There is simply no right or wrong in this tale; if anything, the story is the perfect portrayal of the circumstances as the biggest criminal and time as the cruelest murderer.

Towards the end, the book brings out how sinful silence can be. Hidden scars, dark secrets and spiteful silence can play with our minds, kill our hearts and even take our life. But then again, the same silence screams to call out the hidden scars and ultimately lifts the curtains off those deep secrets, revealing the truth in the most astonishing way. But only a true artist can see through the darkness and discover the sparkling light of the truth like no one else. And if crime is an art, so is the talent to crack through the mystery.

The ending leaves the readers yearning for more and the twisty epilogue promises another sequel to the story with its unexpected revelation. Also, several other tiny mysteries are deliberately left unsolved even as the book comes to an end. The author employs this technique not just to heighten the suspense and intensify our desire as we anxiouly wait to unfold the mystery but also to hint at the upcoming sequel, even if the main plot doesn't end with a cliffhanger.

"The Sinful Silence" by Abir Mukherjee is not simply an action-packed story or a murder mystery or a psychological thriller, but it's a journey into the inner recesses of the human mind. The book meticulously explores the dark passages of the helpless heart that desperately holds onto thousands of secrets, until one day the sinful silence turns against its keepers and screams to proclaim its existence. So loud is the scream of silence that it unleashes the disastrous storm and overturns the superficial world created by the dust of faulty principles. "The Sinful Silence" is nothing but a silent witness to the exclusive phenomenon.

"Life had taught me that when everything seems like cakewalk, it's just an advent song of a brutal and gloomy devil."
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