Missing, Presumed Dead in the Hindustan Times

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Missing, Presumed Dead

By Kiran Manral (Amaryllis, Rs 350)

If you’re looking for a thriller with dash of psychological drama, extramarital relationships and the idyllic settings of a hill station, this is the novel for you. Exploring the crippling boundaries of mental illness while taking the reader through the throes of a bad marriage and the introduction of ‘the other’, the book keeps you hooked to the end. A prolific writer with several books of various genres under her belt, Kiran’s latest offering will delight her fans and those looking for a gripping read.

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TOI Micro review: ‘Missing Presumed Dead’ explores the nuances of dealing with a family member battling mental illness

“Manral’s prose is racy and immersive. The book is a brave attempt at bringing out the importance of seeking medical help for mental health issues. She beautifully projects, with the depiction of a family in utter pain, how mental illness eats away a woman’s chance at happiness and a healthy, full family.

Missing Presumed Dead is a must-read for everyone who knows a dear one battling mental illness.”

 

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Post a review of Missing, Presumed Dead on any of these: Amazon, Goodreads, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
If you post on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, be sure to use the hashtag #MissingPresumedDeadand tag me @kiranmanral and @AmaryllisManjul

The best five reviews as chosen by Rashmi Menon, Managing Editor, Amaryllis, will win one floral watercolour each.
The contest ends on Sept 30, 2018.

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