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Whisper In The Wind

Release date: 2 October 2023
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All the stories in the world are whispered in the wind. Listen! And the wind will blow one into your head.'
These words, whispered by a madman, haunt Jamshed Fali Irani. The young heir to a business empire in Bombay, he is in Goa to try and pursue his dream of being a writer. Locked away in a crumbling, decrepit mansion, struggling to write as the monsoon rains down, the wind brings to him the cries of a little girl wandering the ruins nearby. Alice is trying to find her sister, Sara, who went missing years ago.
Jamshed makes a reluctant promise to help her and finds himself drawn into a story that is darker and more intriguing than any he could have imagined. With his new friend, Tania, to whom he is increasingly drawn, Jamshed attempts to unravel the mystery behind Sara's disappearance.
Jamshed's search leads him into a tangled tale of loyalty and deceit, at the heart of which lies murder. He has to find his way through a bewildering maze of contradictions as he tries to thread together answers to a mystery that involves a girl with the voice of an angel, a violin that plays the sorrows of the heart, and the bond between two friends who swear that not even death will do them part.
In this vividly written Gothic novel, alive with the sights and smells of pre-Independence Goa, Venita Coelho tells a captivating, suspenseful, sweeping tale like no other.


Product Details

Title: Whisper In The Wind
Author: Venita Coelho
Publisher: Penguin
SKU: BK0482518
EAN: 9780143460633
Number Of Pages: 256
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Release date: 2 October 2023

About Author

Venita Coelho is a screenwriter, novelist and artist who writes across age groups and genres. She has been awarded the Sahitya Akademi Bal Puraskar for her book Dead as a Dodo. Among her other awards are the Hindu Goodreads Award for Best Fiction for Children, the Neev Award and the Peekabook award. Her collection of feminist ghost stories, The Washer of the Dead, was longlisted for the Frank O'Connor award. Her book, Soap-Writing and Surviving Television, teaches how to write for the medium. She has had a long career in film and television as a writer, director and producer. As an artist she works in charcoal, acrylics and glass.

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