Sirens Spell Danger

Sirens Spell Danger is my debut in the published world. It is an anthology of three crime thrillers in which the second story – Bella Dona – has been written by me. The other two stories are ‘Bellary’, by Karthik L and ‘Femme Fatale’, by C Suresh, who is also the Editor of the book. You can buy the book at Flipkart and Amazon and find some of the rave reviews on Goodreads.Sirens Spell Danger

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… Even when I was feeling so angry I could not help noticing her. Her voice was low, sweet and musical and not the husky temptress’ voice of the bar. Her hair was drawn back in a ponytail and she was dressed in an unfashionably loose pair of black jeans and a pink shirt. The high heels had given way to sports shoes. None of that could obscure her beauty and I was still attracted to her despite the gun that she was pointing at my face as she stepped into the room and closed the door.

– C Suresh in Femme Fatale

When you want to wake up somebody, you call his name, caress his forehead and keep telling him to wake up till he is awake.

However, when somebody is unconscious, you splash him with water, you slap his face and you shake him till he comes back to his senses.

What do you do, then, when somebody is dead inside? How do you bring him back? How do you blow life into him?

How do you make him feel alive, when somebody has already cremated his soul?

– Radha Sawana in Bella Dona

“One bald head, one moustache and four school boys, eh?” Wham! Bam! Slam! Before anyone knew what had happened the six roughs were flat on the ground. The whole theater erupted into applause and whistles as Rajinikant threw up his cigarette and caught it in his lips in his typical style. The claps slowly died out and the theater began to fade. It turned dark and he felt the rumbling sensation of being in motion. The sound of whistles, though, still persisted. But the tune had changed. He also heard some voices.

“Look at that piece, man. What a figure!”

It was followed by loud guffaws. Then he heard a female voice, “Get the hell out of here or I shall call the Ticket Collector.”

– Karthik L in Bellary

Praise for the book

That was an un-put-downable set of stories from the get go. Thoroughly enjoyable. – Amit

Sirens Spell Danger is one of the best debuts I’ve read so far , more if you’re an avid fan of thrillers and mystery…highly recommended. – Maniparna Sengupta Majumdar

The language is good, so are the plots, but what – for me – is the winner is the pace. Great book  – Ritu Lalit (Author of ‘Chakra’)

…this is one book you wouldn’t want to miss. Go for it and you will be glad that you did!! – Rajrupa Gupta

Now that’s what you call a book. You can’t get bored with this collection: pace, humor, action, supernatural, language: this book has something for everyone. – Vikar Khair

…this is one book which is well worth the money spent on it, more so if you are a fan of the crime thriller genre. – Jairam Mohan

Sirens spell danger is a compelling read. A great mix of three thrillers that keep you hooked till the very end.  – Titli

Praise for Bella Dona

It takes skill to write a psycho thriller and Radha does justice. This one will keep you glued.   -Shiv

The author has the natural talent for keeping the readers engaged through her compelling narration. – Shweta G M

The writing is fluid and easy to read and drags the reader along quite against their will. I’d like to see this author publish their own collection. 5 stars out of 5. – Rob Slaven

[Bella Dona] was very good, and surprised me with the plot and writing style… Radha Sawana is an author I’d like to keep track of. – Kevan Dinn

Radha is brilliant. There is no other way I can describe her for the story… I can’t wait to read her next book! – Nabanita

I would like to place it among the best thriller stories I’ve read so far. – Maniparna

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