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By Sundari Venkatraman

Jayant Mathur is located murdered in his mattress, shot at point-blank variety along with his personal revolver. although she’s super disturbed by means of his demise, Jayant’s spouse Anjali is far extra dissatisfied approximately anything else. Who stands to achieve through killing the tycoon businessman?
Parth Bhardwaj is a chum and neighbour of the Mathurs. Parth is an writer who is going via a pseudonym. He looks greater than a chum to Anjali; whereas he’s additionally on reliable phrases together with her son Arjun who lives and experiences within the united kingdom. What function does he play in Anjali’s existence? Jayant’s family members are curious to know.

Jayant’s brother-in-law Rana is confident that Parth and Anjali are the murderers. yet Inspector Phadke has his personal doubts approximately this concept. In comes Samrat, the personal detective who seems as quiet as a mouse. Will he be capable of locate the murderer?
Will Anjali locate happiness and peace?

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You can afford to say that,” they would say. After a while, he could. He got up every morning and went home every night without worrying. Was that true? Was that possible? Or was that just the story he told himself? “We’re almost done,” a mechanical voice droned through the speaker in his coffin, interrupting the flow of thoughts. He lay on the flat bed of the scanner thinking about his exwife. Why had he called her? Because it was late in New York City and he knew she’d be home? Because she was the mother t h i s b o o k w i l l s av e yo u r l i f e 19 of his child?

What should have been an up, a moment cele­ brating two young people starting a life together, became a theme of nothing being quite good enough. She threw herself into work—determined that, one way or another, she would get exactly what she wanted—and he quickly felt left out. In an effort to do good, to get her attention, he too threw himself into work, and it became all about the money, making enough to impress her and then enough to protect himself, and then just raking it in, making money from money.

Are you all right? ” He is still crying. ” He shakes his head no and stops crying. “Let’s do something different. ” He is happy to turn away, to lie facedown. “I didn’t feel well last night,” he confesses. “I went to the hospital. ” “You should have called me,” she says. ” “I didn’t want to cancel,” he says. ” “It’s OK,” she says. The same small words they said last night as they lifted the stretcher into the ambulance. He was t h i s b o o k w i l l s av e yo u r l i f e 45 glad they were there, that group of men, an impromptu pow­ wow, taking him seriously, not telling him to snap out of it, pull himself together, keep marching.

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