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The Secret Diary of Kasturba Hardcover – 12 Oct 2016

by Sanapalas
454.00 INR


Product Description About the Author When Neelima Dalmia Adhar wrote Father Dearest: The Life and Times of R.K. Dalmia in 2003 she was on the bestseller list and labelled a daredevil “family chronicler” who had exposed some fiercely-guarded secrets. She then wrote a novel Merchants of Death in 2007 to be established as a mistress of the genre. Educated in a convent school and a reputed college in Delhi she has a Master’s in Psychology with a specialization in “Personality”. Her first and only job was to teach Psychology to undergraduate students of Delhi University. A passionate “people-watcher” she is drawn to oddities and thrives on writing about personalities and human behaviour from the quirky to the mysterious to the bizarre a subject she does chillingly close to the bone. She lives in Delhi with her husband children and two grandchildren.


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