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They say there’s no joy like reading a good book. We bring you the month’s top three

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01 Love: Side by Side
By Partha Sarthi Sen Sharma, Rupa
Publications, 224 pages, Rs 295

Hailing from a middle-class family, Pankaj believes that his life is sorted – get an engineering degree, marry Riya and settle down in Delhi. But when Riya decides to go abroad for studies, his plan goes awry, but he promises to wait for her. In the middle of India’s changing economic and religious environment in the 1990s, he undertakes a journey that not only gives him a peek into rural life but also a new perspective on life and love.

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COMETH THE HOUR

By Jeffrey Archer,
Pan Macmillan, 416 pages, Rs. 599

The penultimate book in the Clifton Chronicles showcases Jeffrey Archer’s extraordinary storytelling with his trademark twists. The novel opens with the reading of a suicide note, which has devastating consequences for Harry and Emma Clifton, Giles Barrington and Lady Virginia. There are intriguing threads and suspenseful plots that are all merged beautifully in the end.

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01The Indian Accent
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By Manish Mehrotra, Viking,
204 pages, Rs. 3,499

Indian Accent, opened in 2009 with an inventive Indian menu at The Manor, New Delhi, serves a unique interpretation of Indian food, combining playful nostalgia and an openness to global techniques. The cookbook is based on its path-breaking menu, by awardwinning chef Manish Mehrotra, with photographs by Rohit Chawla, one of India’s foremost food photographers

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