The Tailor’s Needle

The Hindu

“The juxtaposition of different cultures, mindsets and values makes
the novel a literary piece that can’t just be dismissed as yet another run-of-the-mill work.” Read full review.

A London blog reviewer

“What would be the result if an Indian author with excellent command over English writes a book which is the Indian equivalent of a masterpiece such as Doctor Zhivago or War and Peace, but has a heroine who could be, in a different era and geography, Austen’s Elizabeth Bennett? Throw in a bit of Agatha Christie and you would have The Tailor’s Needle.” Read full review.