Conservationist and founding director of the Mussoorie Mountain Festival, Stephen Alter is the author of more than 20 non-fiction, fiction and children’s titles. His latest novel, Birdwatching, is a tale of intrigue and mystery set against the 1962 Sino-Indian war.
V. Sudarshan’s earlier non-fiction titles—Adrift and Abduction—told us gritty tales of survival and escape. The journalist’s two new books— Dead End: The Minister, the CBI and the Murder that Wasn’t and Tuticorin: Adventure in Tamil Nadu’s Crime Capital—are both just as action-packed.
Having recently released her cook book Recipes for Life, Sudha Menon talks about her passion and inspiration to preserve what is closest to her heart.