This is a delightful collection of twenty-five crisp and intriguing short stories that will enliven and charm your leisure hours. The writer employs the ‘Today-technology’ of story telling: An economy of words; a simplicity of style; and a tempo and cadence that match the brisk life-style of today. All the stories have an Indian aroma and diaspora.
Excerpt from Harry Bilinsky. A tale from a hill station in the Himalayas, India.
I sipped tea and gazed through the plate glass window of ‘Cakepoint’ and saw glimpses of the Upper Hill Road through the swirling mist outside. I was anxious and awaited the Inspector of Police to join me and give me the latest up- date.
Harry’s Curious Shop, further up the incline, was sited to the left of the upper Mal. To get there, one maneuvered a steepish climb; past a delicatessen and dryclea...