• Perveen Mistry Book Series Blog
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    Meet Perveen Mistry: A Desi Female Sherlock Holmes – Series Review

    “She had been meant to die, yet she’d cut her way out of that fate and back to the world she loved.” The year was 2018. I was living in downtown San Francisco and one of my favorite pastimes was to spend Sunday afternoons browsing books in local indie bookstores that are an integral part of the Bay Area community in California. As per ritual, I went to one of my favorite local bookstore in the city, and was browsing through the mystery section when I chanced upon a purple book cover with a saree-clad female holding a briefcase and looking through a meshed window. This window was a very…

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    Book Review and Author Interview: Darling Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel

    “The debt between a child and her mother could never be repaid, like running a foot race against someone fifteen miles ahead of you. What hope did you have of catching up?” This book is not for the faint hearted. You dare not miss it. I have been fangirling over the unique premise of this psychological thriller that I just can’t stop thinking about. In her debut sensation Darling Rose Gold, author Stephanie Wrobel has worked wonders with her stunning writing capturing a dark, compulsive, absorbing story focused on the complicated layers of a mother-daughter relationship. Here is the synopsis: For the first eighteen years of her life, Rose Gold…

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    Women’s History Month: Great Memoirs By Female Authors To Inspire You

    As women, we go out in the world every day to a life that is still quite different than our opposite sex. And while each has their own struggles and challenges, I often get a unique sense of empowerment when I hear personal stories of women. Being an ardent reader since childhood, I have, like many others, found my merriment and solace in books. Biographies and autobiographies have always been popular in the literary world with readers hoping to take an insider look into the lives of famous personalities — to know how they reached great heights or what challenges they faced and how they overcame them. But memoirs have…

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    Women’s History Month: Badass Literary Females That Solve Crimes

    Happy Women’s Day to you all! ?? This month I am taking the opportunity to primarily focus on women’s stories. Women have always been a huge driving force in my life and their contribution has been tremendous for me as I am sure it’s true for you as well. So as a reader I have always been drawn to and read literature contributed by known and lesser-known women authors. This month I am excited to read and highlight books by authors that I strongly want to recommend to my blog readers here. You can check out my March TBR for more suggestions. Mystery & Crime Fiction I enjoy reading books from…

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    Women’s History Month: Books That I Am Reading In March 2021

    “More than ever, I am aware of the need to support and celebrate each other. I like to believe I am part of a global support group network of 3.4 billion. Imagine: if you can fall back on the 3.5 billion sisters, and the many good men who are with us, what could we possibly not achieve?” – Nicole Kidman Women’s History Month is here and I can’t keep calm! I have always read books written by and about women. There is a sense of belonging and relatability that just feels so comfortable to me while reading them. I have learned so much from the life lessons of real and fictional…