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It’s been five years since the deadly Shivaji Park attack took five lives and changed those of co... Read More

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It’s been five years since the deadly Shivaji Park attack took five lives
and changed those of countless others in Mumbai—among them,
Assistant Police Inspector Uday Mhatre. In the thick of things that day,
he is now battling depression and alcoholism.
When a fire breaks out in a south Mumbai hotel, Mhatre—posted with a
special squad—is the first to notice that a woman who was on the guest
register is missing from the scene. Mhatre doggedly searches for her,
but she has vanished into thin air.
Meanwhile, the woman, known in her murky circles as only Chhaya, is
planning an attack bigger even than the Shivaji Park strike.
In another part of the city, Rohit, a teenager recovering from his
mother ’s violent suicide, gets more and more consumed by his
forbidden romance with a junior college teacher.
Mhatre, Chhaya and Rohit head inexorably towards their intertwined
destinies, as the special squad races against time to unravel Chhaya’s
deadly plan.
Intersections is the story of three broken souls walking constantly
intersecting paths—and none of them will end up where they want to

Product Details

Title: Intersections
Author: Gautam S. Mengle
Publisher: Westland Publications
ISBN: 9789389648478
SKU: BK0424825
EAN: 9789389648478
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : All Age Groups

About Author

Gautam S. Mengle has been a journalist on the crime beat for eleven years and counting, and has worked across newspapers during this time. He joined The Asian Age as a trainee reporter in September 2008, and within two months was thrown into the biggest story of the year—the 26/11 terror attacks, an experience which went a long way in shaping him as a crime reporter. It was also during his four-year stint with The Asian Age that he worked under S. Hussain Zaidi, who was then the Resident Editor, and went on to assist him on some of his books in a minor capacity. From The Asian Age, he moved on to The Indian Express in 2012 and then to The Hindu in 2015 to be part of the pilot team for its Mumbai edition. Fiction writing has been a hobby since his teenage years. Gautam took up stand-up comedy as a hobby in August 2018 and has performed at enough open mics to be able to identify as at least a part-time, if not struggling, stand-up comic. Other hobbies include mentoring journalism interns, sly-tweeting about them and calling out sexist jokes on social media platforms. You can find him on Twitter @NotMengele

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