BOOK REVIEW:- I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
In the newspaper ,there was the headline of a small news item . The death of a young man named Prabhat Mehta could get in the national newspaper’s state edition.
This case was examined by the internal auditor Mohan.
Mohan Mohanty, the internal auditor for the entire 3M Chandani group, had a great reputation. Almost all businesses of the group had a tale to tell of his investigative skills.
Looks like a very good case of very bad luck.
Though on the face everything looks normal, but there was something unusual. The death of the insured person within three years of taking insurance deserves a thorough checking. It is as per the rules of the insurance business.
It is interesting to find how Mohan investigates the case along with his assistant Laila and Iceberg.
"Every act has three parts - beginning, middle and
the end. Birth certificate was the beginning, school
certificate was the middle and death certificate was the
end. All acts were perfectly in place."
There were so many twists & turns, it made my head spin! If you are looking for a good suspense, this is definitely a great choice! The story was so much addicting that once you’re in, you won’t stop until you reached that last line.
Words don't describe how amazing the book is. It's a fun read .I would rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. A fantastic debut. A Must Read.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: -
Sanjay Bordia, passed his Chartered Accountancy course in 1987. He lives in Mumbai and works in an Indian MNC.
Reading and writing holds two top slots on his hobby list. His work has published in Reader’s Digest, Indian Express, DNA and Woman’s Era. Twice he won the first prize in ‘Incident Writing Contest’ organized by Honda and Unilever group. And twice again, won award for writing corporate articles in intragroup competitions.