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Jewel-less Crown

Bs Murthy

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Book Overview: 

This is the story of the rise and fall of an ambitious man, the decline, and
the decay of his conniving wife, the trials, and tribulations of their
wayward son as well as the grit and gall of a spirited woman, who enters into
his life.

This depiction of their life and times not only pictures the facets of
ambition and achievement, intrigue and betrayal, compulsion and compromise,
sleaze and scandal, trial and sentence, but also portrays the possibilities
of repentance and resolution, love and empathy coupled with compassion and
contribution, leading to the spirituality of materialism, and that makes it
the saga of our times.

The story of a lifetime, truly.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Closeting with Sneha, Gautam assured her that he would pull out all the stops to free Suresh in no time. But Sneha was terrified that the magnitude of the indictment might be beyond the endurance of their son. In spite of her awareness of their political clout and the loopholes of law, her sixth sense gave a dissenting note, making her apprehensive about the possibility of her son coming clean out of this messy case. But as hope coupled with her confidence in her gogetter man calmed her nerves a little, Gautam led her back into the banquet hall. When the besieged couple resurfaced, what with everyone feigning camaraderie and volunteering help, hypocrisy seemed to rule the roost on the human stage. As if to show up the fallacy of human sympathy, appeared malice to induce innuendoes about the perceived closeness of Sneha with the powers that be. 'Why, in this topsy-turvy,’ said a naughty one, ‘her leeway is bound to come in handy, won’t it?’. . . Read More