Partridge India| Good News Summer 2017
Partridge India celebrates Summer 2017 with Good News of new authors and new books. This summer’s releases include poetry, thrillers and mysteries, self-help and scholarly analysis.
Share in Nicko Shoid’s love affair with death, through his poetry anthology A Love Letter to Death. A man successful business and marriage leads a double life, and as a result finds himself haunted by a terrible force in The Wailing by Kalim Ansari. Nisha Singh tells story of a detective on the trail of a destructive murderer as part of his study of the human mind in Bhrigu Mahesh PhD: The Witch of Senduwar. Dr. Bhavena Saxena explores relatively untouched aspects of a famous poet and her work through Emily Dickinson: A Pictorial Artist.
Deepak Chopra, UNLIMITED LEARNINGS
Dr. Bhavena Saxena, Emily Dickinson: A Pictorial Artist
Nicko Shoid, A Love Letter to Death
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Kalim Ansari, The Wailing
My experience with Partridge was great. I wish I could name the people I interacted with and thank them. They were cordial and professional in their services. They diligently followed up with me and saw to it that my dream turned into a reality.
Nisha Singh, Bhrigu Mahesh PhD: The Witch of Senduwar
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