Bollywood Storm: Book II: Mumbai

Bollywood Storm: Book II: Mumbai

by N K Johel


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Bollywood Storm is a lyrical, mystical murder mystery, set in Bollywood-style.
The mazza of this story unfolds in two Books, spanning two continents

Elanna Forsythe George is a Boston born, New York forensic scientist who only takes on cold cases. Stone cold dead cases. She solves mysteries in unusual ways with her accidentally acquired, para-mystical abilities. Her cases come to her a few years after high-powered mainstream investigations, police and legal proceedings have all failed, and there's a dead end. But she doesn't take every case.

Book II: Mumbai

Elanna's unpredictable mystical powers lead her to Mumbai, where she must attempt to work with her two headstrong South Asian alter egos to infiltrate the Bollywood scene, unravel the serpentine Bhujangen cult that controls the Mumbai filmi-industry, and finally expose the dark forces behind the deaths of renowned Bollywood director Rajesh Sharma, and more than half of his illegitimate children.

Praise for Bollywood Storm, Book II

"N. K. Johel delivers an even more masterful writing performance in Book II . . . superb!"

Publishers Daily Reviews

"A wonderful novel about a forensic detective . . . Book II picks up the thread in Mumbai with a twist that will blow your mind."

Sue Nelson Buckley

"Bollywood Storm, Book II is nothing less than amazing."

Sabrina Craik Wadden

"The characters had depth . . . you could really know them and what they are experiencing. Thanks for a great pair of books."

Nikki Austin

"A wild ride, it's a lot of fun."
Jim Bratone

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780991797783
Publisher: EFG Publishing
Publication date: 12/27/2015
Series: Elanna Forsythe George Mystery , #2
Pages: 348
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)

About the Author

N.K. Johel is a third generation Sikh-Canadian as her grandfather, who was born in the 1860's or so, emigrated to North America during the first decade of the twentieth century. Yet due to many complex historical happenings, she did not begin to learn English until she started primary school.

She gravitated to art, music, writing and theatre during her school years in Lake Cowichan. As a young adult, she moved to Nanaimo to study theatre at Vancouver Island Univerity, and then to Vancouver to study painting and fine arts at Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. Her interest in literature developed informally. She credits Toni Morrison's Jazz and Michael Ondaatje's Running In The Family as the works that rekindled her interest in writing.

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