Crime Fiction
Opinion  /  Published 10.04.22

Filmed fictions: Nature of multi-season serials

When I watched the first two seasons of Breaking Bad, I thought video had found in serialized shows a form to match the long immersions of the novel. There is something about the relative shortne...
By Mukul Kesavan

Books  /  Published 06.07.21

Crime fictions that will give you an adrenaline rush

Two Kinds of Truth by Michael Connelly Volunteering for San Fernando Police Department, Harry Bosche is back with another case.  A young pharmacist is murdered and as he goes on to investigates ...
By Drishti Arora (t2 intern)

Entertainment  /  Published 03.12.20

Of scientific innovation and crime

The feedback for Rahasya Romancha Series 3 (RRS3) has been “overwhelmingly positive” and there is almost universal acclaim for the second and third stories. “The immense love audienc...
By Arindam Chatterjee

Books  /  Published 25.08.20

Chetan Bhagat opens up on One Arranged Murder

How would you define your relationship with social media? I was very big on Twitter and it paid great dividends; I have some 13 million followers. I thought I was a writer so I needed to be there but ...
By Shrestha Saha

Books  /  Published 14.09.18

Dial 8 for Agatha Christie

By Shrestha Saha


Books  /  Published 07.11.18

Anita Nair holds her breath when she writes

By Vedant Karia

Books  /  Published 02.02.20

The recipe for creating the perfect sleuth

For award-winning English crime writer Ann Cleeves, it’s more than just writing whodunnits — it’s about the story that she often lets unfold by itself. For example, take Vera Stanhope, whom Clee...
By Anannya Sarkar

Entertainment  /  Published 04.03.20

Indraneil on the hunt

Based on Indraneil Sanyal’s novel Karkat Kranti, Zee5’s new bilingual web-series Kark Rogue is a serial killer mystery set in the backdrop of the medical world. The Telegraph caught up with Indran...
By Ushnota Paul

Books  /  Published 15.07.19

Books: From crime fiction to Bollywood to music

Rich man decides to write his will and calls everyone who stands to gain from his death, to a remote manor where an unexpected death occurs. Sounds familiar? What could be the premise of many Hercule ...
By Shrestha Saha

Books  /  Published 17.12.18

Writer Zac O’Yeah picks 8 bewildering mysteries

For Bread AloneFor Bread Alone by Mohammed Choukri is set in Tangier of the 1950s – when it was known as the International Zone, where foreign writers flocked to write exotic novels and the town was...
By Zac O’Yeah


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