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A Callous Soul – An emotional & thrilling back road journey through Indiaâ??s soils and souls (The Nambardaar Book 1)

by Kuldeep M Sharma

“An emotional & thrilling back road journey through India’s soils and souls.”

“An English rendition of highly acclaimed Hindi novel, Rampur Ka Pradhan that received rave reviews from leading Hindi national newspapers (Dainik Jagran, Amar Ujala, The Tribune, Nai Duniya, Dainik Hindustan, Panchjanya) of India.”

Interlaced with realistic characters and emotions, A Callous Soul, the first book of the Nambardaar series, is a contemporary family drama based on the backdrop of a crucial and poignant issue in India’s elementary schoolsâ??midday meal for children, the world’s most extensive school lunch program. The Indian government is pouring money for the welfare of helpless and unfortunate kids, but callous and corrupt people siphon that money into their pockets.

Nambardaar uses his power and money to control everything around himâ??his village, his land, his people, government departments, and whatever else comes his way. He owns thousands of acres of land and a conglomerate of businesses, but wants more. In a strategic move, he chooses his dalit servant Gangu to be the pradhan (chief) of his village, Setpur. Things move exactly the way he had planned. He not only wins the hearts of the people belonging to Gangu’s caste but also gets support from other backward communities, both crucial to making a successful career in politics.

The people of Setpur have high expectations for their new pradhan, and Gangu is also filled with an ardent desire to bring changes in his village. Things take a different route though; certainly not the way Nambardaar had been planning forâ?¦

Nambardaar Series:

He transformed Problems into possibilities â?¦turned obstacles into opportunitiesâ?¦steered the events the way he wantedâ?¦leverage the corrupt system as a ladderâ?¦trampled the thorny path and carried his family to a rosy future.

â?¦but lost his heart and soul somewhere on the way

The Nambardaar series takes the readers on a back road journey through the soils and souls of India. The thrilling story spans several decades of Shivendra’s life and details how an innocent, farmer’s son, Tholly, turns into Nambardaar, a rich and ruthless man.



Botticelli’s Muse

by Dorah Blume

A provocative historical fiction about Italian Renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli, his conflicts with the Medici family of Florence, and the woman at the heart of his paintings.
In 1477, Botticelli is suddenly fired by his prestigious patron and friend Lorenzo de’ Medici. In the villa of his irritating new patron, the artist’s creative well runs dryâ??until the day he sees Floriana, a Jewish weaver imprisoned in his sister’s convent. But events threaten to keep his unlikely muse out of reach. So begins a tale of one of the art world’s most beloved paintings, La Primavera, as Sandro, a confirmed bachelor, and Floriana, a headstrong artist in her own right, enter into a turbulent relationship.



The Boy Who Was Afraid of the Dark (Bertram Bile Time Travel Adventure Series Book 7)

by Sarah Weldon

A Bertram Bile time travel adventure series, set along the length of the River Thames

Have you ever been afraid of the dark?

Bertram Bile wasn’t always like this. At primary school, he had friends, kind teachers, and great grades. But everything changed when he started his new school. His parents split up, his dad went missing, and his mum lost her job. Now he’s bullied by his classmate Angus and his evil geography teacher Miss Petrenko. His dad had been Miss Petrenko’s first love, but she never forgave him for dumping her for Bertram’s mum when they were kids themselves. Bertram feels sure that Miss Petrenko knows more about his dad’s disappearance than she’s letting on. After all, why would you take a job as a geography teacher if you didn’t know any geography AND you hated kids?

Ë?Ë?Ë? The Boy who was Afraid of the Dark

My name is Jack. I’m an orphan at the Foundling Hospital in London where I’ve been since I was five years old – some birthday present that was.

Things are about to go from bad to worse when some boys are mean to me. What happens next is going to change my life forever, but will it be all bad, or could there be a silver lining?

Ë?Ë?Ë? The Boy who was Afraid of the Dark is the seventh book in the Bertram Bile time travel adventure series, which follows the course of the River Thames from its source in Gloucestershire to the North Sea in Essex. But don’t worry if you miss a book or two, you can jump in at any point in the series.

If you enjoy Book 7, don’t forget to leave a review below, and to check out the next book in the series “�The Raven’s Curse’. The Bertram Bile series is based on Sarah Weldon’s real-life expedition as she swims the length of the River Thames from source to sea, visiting the places that inspired the stories. Check out Sarah Weldon’s website for all the behind the scenes of each story and swim. Look out for Sarah’s Libby Lane series too.

Ë?Ë?Ë? Use the hashtag #BertramBile to find other magical fans of the series.

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