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Elizabeth Boyle defines the feel of getting “Mad About The Duke”

The Bachelor Chronicles and Boyle’s latest series combine in a story that showcases Boyle’s delightful and fresh sense of humor and adventure, poignancy and sensuality. There’s everything a romance reader craves and the deep-sigh ending is not easily forgotten. As one of three widowed Lady Standons, Elinor needs a husband to protect her sister from her ruthless stepfather. She enlists the aid of Mr. St. Maur, Esq., to find a duke for a husband. When James, Duke of Parkerton, sees Elinor, he is stuck mad with love and allows her to think him a solicitor. Soon he’s engaged in undukelike activities such as birthing puppies, driving a carriage himself (with disastrous results), stopping a servants’ rebellion, gambling in Seven Dials and squelching the rumors of madness. “Mad About the Duke” is trying to be a new spin on an old tale, but it ends up just being one more waltz around the historical romance dance floor. If you think that you have already read this book with a different hero, you probably have. If you liked it the first time, you will probably like it again.There are a very few fresh moments, such as James’s upset stance that he isn’t on Elinor’s prospective list of dukes since he’s too old, and Elinor’s yearning to buy a new style of dress at the market, but they are far too few to make the same old story into a new and different adventure. If you like your heroines as damsels in distress, and your heroes as staid Dukes bursting into their own personalities, with the London ton as the backdrop and a lukewarm love story in between, then this will be a must read for you. Starting this novel feels like switching on the TV in the middle of the umptieth episode of a soap opera: There are lots of characters around you know nothing about, everybody alludes to events that went on before and you don’t know anything about but are obviously expected to, and to tow you in, little snippets of information are thrown around left and right that are not quite enough for the new reader but contrived enough to annoy the heck out of anyone already up-to-date with Ms. Boyle’s work. Rita Award-winner, USA Today and New York Times bestseller Elizabeth Boyle delights once more with “Mad About the Duke, the second book in her wonderfully creative, wickedly fun Widows of Standon historical romance series. It is a delectable tale of an intrepid young woman who employs an incognito duke—whom she mistakenly believes to be a common solicitor—in her quest to land a titled second husband. Featuring characters from her popular Bachelor Chronicles, Boyle proves once again to be one of today’s most imaginative writers of romantic fiction. Check www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780061783500&Mad%20About%20The%20Dukenow for the fabulous one that RightBooks.in brings on for you.

J. K. Rowling reaches the climax and “Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows” roars up for the final battle

You must not have doubt that there is another series of books which captures so carefully the teenage years of human beings. In these seven books, J. K. Rowling has described all of the phases teens move through: sweet openness and excitement, rebellion, self-hate, courage, daring, self-pity, romance and even selflessness. You have watched the main characters learn, love, play, succeed, fail, hate and develop an understanding of society and the circle of life. The three main characters - Harry, Ron and Hermione - shine in this book, and their challenges are the greatest they have ever faced. They are also all human, make mistakes and hurt the people they love, and everyone can identify with at least one of these characters. Harry's seventh year at Hogwarts is thrilling and is also the last book of the series. The book is full of twists, turns and heart-pumping scenes. Throughout the story, you find yourself hanging onto every word, unable to put down the book. Who will die? Will Lord Voldemort be defeated? What are the Deathly Hallows? What happens after the battle? And of course, the question everyone wants to know the answer to: Is Severus Snape a friend or foe? I don't want to give anything away, but if you have read the other books, you must read this exciting conclusion to the “Harry Potter series: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”, by J. K. Rowling. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” is probably not Rowling's best book in the series and adults might find it to be a bit thin at times. It reads a bit rushed, and there are some spelling errors and plot glitches. But taken as a whole series, Rowling has done something only few other authors like Tolkien have done. She has created a series of books that can be read by child and adult alike and enjoyed in similar but slightly different ways. One just has to wonder if Rowling will be allowed to finish with Potter and what she has planned for her next novel. The book definitely sends out a strong message to the readers. It is not only about evil dying and goodness triumphing but majorly concerns itself with the power of love and virtues of courage and selflessness. Harry Potter is an epitome of all this. The climax of the book very beautifully brings out these messages. Rowling emphasises on the fact that the reason Harry was special wasn’t because of any hidden magical power (there was none as it turns out) but because of the love and sacrifice of his mother who died protecting him. This is precisely what he does when he sets out to fight the dark lord for the sake of others. The power of love and friendship plus the courage and will to fight against wrong is something that book talks about in great detail. All this makes the book very special and is a must read for all. Something you must buy for your kid, and the link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9781408810606&Harry%20Potter%20And%20The%20Deathly%20Hallows%20[Signature%20Edition] that RightBooks.in just makes it happening.

Shelly Laurenston discusses the delicious love in “The Mane Event”

One of the hottest new voices in paranormal romance, Shelly Laurenston knows how to do it all, delivering tales that are wickedly funny, action-packed, and scorch-your-fingers sexy. With “The Mane Event”, she proves just how delicious love can be once you unleash your inner beast. “The Mane Event” consists of two linked stories in one volume. The first story, “Christmas Pride”, follows the meeting during the holidays of two people who were very close at school but whose lives diverged for twenty years. Mace Llewellyn is a human who can turn into a lion, and he is being pressured to take up responsibilities within his Pride with regard to the females. However, he remembers Dez MacDermot from his youth and believes she is the woman with whom he wants to spend his life. Their meeting again isn't entirely auspicious as it is over the body of one of his Pride members - Dez is a police detective and Mace has just left the Navy - but he instantly insinuates himself into her life, trying to show Dez that they should be together while she investigates the murder. The murder plot, although good, is definitely subordinate to the sex part of the book. In some ways that's a disappointment, as there are some interesting angles within the mystery - the Lions, Wolves and Hyenas' fighting for territory, and various individuals crossing boundary lines within species. Most of the action in the book is between Dez and Mace and between the sheets (or in the shower, against a wall, on the couch...), with just a brief fight between the Hyenas and the Wolves to add some interest. Mace's plan for Dez appears to be to wear her down through sex and proximity so that she will agree that they should be together. There are some amusing moments with her two police dogs, her family and Mace's partner Smittty, but most of the story focuses on the relationship between the main characters - although as a lust-at-first-sight relationship, there's little growing or changing between the main characters. For those who enjoy reading books that are largely about sex, this is a better example than most with more characterization than you often see, but I felt it would have been a little better if more were made of the murder mystery and of the turf war breaking out between the various Were creatures, and if the characters themselves, particularly Mace, changed and grew through their relationship. The second story, "Shaw's Tail", starts where the first story ends as Brendon Shaw, one of the lions, is rescued by some of the werewolves. One wolf in particular, Ronnie Lee Reed, is detailed to take care of him after he has been injured. He has a fever, and that means Ronnie has quite a tricky time caring for him - he keeps turning into a lion, escaping and trying to seduce her. As they spend more time together, Brandon begins to understand the ties that bind him to his family as well as his desire for a more settled life. Ronnie Lee is a lighthearted, fun girl who never stays anywhere long, who isn't serious about relationships and often gets into trouble. Now she's turned thirty, she wants to settle down a little and stop using men for sex; but when she meets Brendon, she finds it difficult to change her nature and relax into his care. Overall the two stories are similar in that their main (mane?) focus always appears to be sex. "Christmas Pride" has more plot but still not a great deal; the characters are interesting but not as well defined as they could be in some cases, and the background world of the Pride and the Pack deserves more detail as it is an interesting construct. It's enjoyable enough reading, but without the depth that some other books in this genre have. The address is www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780758234858&The%20Mane%20Event for you, that RightBooks.in places here.

Dalai Lama pens his spiritual journey through “My Spiritual Autobiography”

The Dalai Lama sees himself first and foremost as a human being, secondly as a monk and thirdly as the political leader of Tibet. This book tells the unknown stories from his childhood, his formation as a monk and his gradual development as a leader of his people. It shows how he brings a sense of goodness and conscience to political life. And just like the previous occasions, again RightBooks.in is in business, this time with his eventful autobiography. The 14th Dalai Lama is a remarkable spiritual leader, who has won wide admiration from people of diverse beliefs and is feared and respected by those who would wish him silent. His quiet, eloquent voice tells us of his childhood, his spiritual training, and how he has met his three commitments in life - as a human being, as a Buddhist monk and as the Dalai Lama. It is in the latter role that he speaks most passionately, lamenting the subjugation of Tibet by China, describing how a theocracy has transformed into a democracy in exile, and explaining the policy called ‘the Middle Way’ towards China, which aspires to establish Tibet's autonomy within contemporary China. This vivid and moving portrait is the first work to be dedicated purely to the Dalai Lama's spiritual journey. His writings present the arc of his spiritual vision, from his boyhood in rural Tibet, through his life as a monk in India, to his exile as one of the world's most visible leaders. You will learn not only fresh and colourful stories from his childhood, revealing how a simple farmer's son passed mystical tests to confirm he was the reincarnated Dalai Lama, but also about his extraordinary upbringing as a young novice monk. You glimpse the experiences that have made him the charismatic, wise, yet humble man he is today. You hear his thoughts on many issues, spiritual and global, and gain new, thought-provoking insights into how he has transformed himself in order to have a positive effect on society. Through his example, we are encouraged to do the same, combining love and compassion with all that we do. There is a lot to imbibe from the book. Some of the episodes of Dalai Lama’s childhood and his spiritual journey will stay with you forever. The tone of the book is personal and but has a universal appeal. “My Spiritual Autobiography” explores three phases or commitments of his spiritual life — as a human being, as a Buddhist monk and as the Dalai Lama — each of which has made him more dedicated to exploring and teaching human values and inner happiness, promoting harmony among all religions and advocating for the civil rights and well-being of the Tibetan people. Dalai Lama’s autobiography is an offering to the world where each one of us can find something to learn from it. Buy it from www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9781846042423&My%20Spiritual%20Autobiography now.

Lorence G. McDonald and Pattrick Robinson analyse the “A Colossal Failure of Common Sense” that invited Recession

One of the biggest questions of the financial crisis has not been answered until now. What happened at Lehman Brothers and why was it allowed to fail, with aftershocks that rocked the global economy? In this news-making, often astonishing book, a former Lehman Brothers Vice President gives us the straight answers--right from the belly of the beast. In "A Colossal Failure of Common Sense", Larry McDonald, a Wall Street insider, reveals, the culture and unspoken rules of the game like no book has ever done. The book is couched in the very human story of Larry McDonald's Horatio Alger-like rise from a Massachusetts "gateway to nowhere" housing project to the New York headquarters of Lehman Brothers, home of one of the world's toughest trading floors.In McDonald’s account, the characters at Lehman are cast in either black or white: they either contributed to the failure of Lehman (e.g., chairman and CEO Richard S. Fuld and COO Joseph Gregory) or were dedicated employees with professional pride, determination, exceptional talent, and a strong work ethic (e.g., the guys on the trading floor). Fuld is described as a Machiavellian operator, who became completely detached from the daily activities of his firm over time, communicating through a select group of loyal subordinates and plotting strategies to elevate Lehman to the level of the larger investment banks he envied. Fuld and Gregory aggressively pursued a leverage-fueled expansion spree into real estate–related assets and highly risky, very sophisticated financial products. Commercial real estate and securitization were the focus of their strategy. Throughout the book, McDonald and Robinson describe the intricacies of modern finance and the financial meltdown in an easily accessible way and in the style of a good thriller. All of the tension, pressure, and nervous aggression that characterize the trading desk come alive. The authors provide a nontechnical explanation of why large banks failed and needed government support.You get a close-up view of the participants in the Lehman collapse, especially those who saw it coming with a helpless, angry certainty. We meet the Brahmins at the top, whose reckless, pedal-to-the-floor addiction to growth finally demolished the nation's oldest investment bank. The Wall Street we encounter here is a ruthless place, where brilliance, arrogance, ambition, greed, capacity for relentless toil, and other human traits combine in a potent mix that sometimes fuels prosperity but occasionally destroys it. The full significance of the dissolution of Lehman Brothers remains to be measured. But this much is certain: it was a devastating blow to America's--and the world's--financial system. RightBooks.in witnesses it all, and www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780091936150&A%20Colossal%20Failure%20of%20Common%20Sense is the link for you to click.

Mag Cobot introduces the dark world of fantasies with his signature writing styles, and the plot of “Abandon” takes you there

Mag Cabot and “Abandon” promise to be a dark and modern re-imagining of the myth of Hades and Persephone. The basic premise is that Pierce died. While she was dead, she met a man, the man in charge of the Underworld — or, at least, Cabot’s version of the Underworld. After coming back to life, Pierce’s parents split and she and her mom head off for some small island in Florida, where Pierce is stuck in the “problem kid” track at the new high school and she keeps seeing the man she saw when she was dead. That’s the basic plot while going through the first of the trilogy that Mag Cobot has in place for you. Pierce drowned and flatlined for over an hour and while dead to everyone around her, Pierce actually explored the Underworld and met the irresistible John Hayden — who happens to be Lord of the Underworld. Pierce finally wakes up and has joined the ranks of those who have survived near-death experiences. She does her best to deal with what happened and move on with her life, but it isn’t as cut and dry as she’d like it to be since the mysterious John keeps popping up. Is he there as her protector or does he want her to return to the Underworld and call it home? Cabot’s latest young adult novel, “Abandon”, adds a current twist to the Greek myth Persephone. Persephone is the Greek Goddess of the Underworld and Cabot envisions the fable through her 17-year-old heroine, Pierce Oliviera. It’s basically the first of the trilogy. It’s not exactly action packed and there’s a lot of story/world-building going on. I imagine the next two books are going to have the meat of the story. If you, know that you can always rely on Meg Cabot to tell you a good story, whether it’s an Avon historical romance (hello Nicola And The Viscount), a story about How To Be Popular, or being a princess with some diaries, then you are recommended picking up “Abandon”, as you know you are getting yourself into something reliable. Drive onto www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780330453868&Abandon to get this RightBooks.in presentation.

The mighty Bombay blogger Amit Varma’s first novel, “My Friend Sancho”, is a quick and entertaining summer read, which also manages to make some serious points along the way

A seemingly quick and light story, it’s only after you finish reading the book do you realize that serious issues, like the Hindu-Muslim Divide and Police Encounters, have been deftly dealt with by the author, astutely leaving it to the audience to take a stand on them as they wish to without moralizing on the issue himself. Amit Verma brings you the people you meet everyday, the story hits on class, caste, religion, globalization, urbanization, mall culture, journalism, the media, freedom and so many other things. After delivering numbers of acclaimed columns, Verma comes up with “My Friend Sancho”, a contemporary love story set in Mumbai. It follows Abir Ganguly, a young, cynical crime reporter who is asked by his editor to do a profile on the victim of an alleged police encounter, Mohammad Iqbal. In the course of doing so, he meets Muneeza, the dead man's daughter. The book is about the unlikely friendship that forms between them, and how it changes Abir. What are excellent in the book are the irreverent humor and an adorable charm of being wacky and sarcastic. There are quirky punch lines thrown every now and too many similar references of cow, politics and pet animals just like his blog. Even though there are too many pointers of himself and his blog which may be goofed off considering it as an in-joke but unfortunately, it is done repetitively and at times, on such inopportune moments...it borders on narcissism and ultimately puts off the reader. However, with engaging dialogues, crackling wisecracks, and long food-for-thought passages, the book always keeps you on tenterhooks. To add more fun, you will be overwhelmed with by the role of the lizard at Abir's home, which is portrayed to be a really important part of his conscience but eventually falls apart by the end of the book. No doubts it’s well intended and provides the required sarcasm, but it never fly off on a tangent to make it more memorable. Similar sentiments are also echoed by the sudden climax of the book, which may also be an indication for a sequel. Just be there at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9788190617314&MY%20FRIEND%20SANCHO to grab this RightBooks.in presentation.

Rani Singh describes the pathway of “Sonia Gandhi An Extraordinary Life, An Indian Destiny”

Rani Singh’s book draws back the curtain, allowing the reader to encounter Sonia as the person behind the larger-than-life figure that she is for India’s millions. It is a highly readable and rewarding work for anyone interested in modern India and its contemporary politics. A biography that isn't only carefully researched but offers new details about Sonia Gandhi's extraordinary emergence from obscurity to most powerful woman in Asia (and arguably in the world). Rani Singh tells Sonia's story in remarkably vivid prose - tough but fair, critical but empathetic... an enormously readable work of scholarship and journalistic endurance. One cannot read Sonia Gandhi’s biography without being mesmerized by her. She is that sort of a lady – made of steel and yet the humane side is well observed and documented through this biography. Rani Singh has given us a glimpse into Sonia’s life through six sections – charting her life from the Italian Girl to the Indian Household name that she has become today. Rani Singh has an acute understanding of writing a biography. She has chronicled Sonia Gandhi’s life as is – speaking of the incidents and events in a fair manner. There is no biasness involved as one would expect from an influential biography – there are empathetic moments in the book, however they do not get sentimental and that’s what holds the book together. Rani Singh’s writing is not biting and neither is it boring – the book is written gracefully, and carefully examining Sonia Gandhi’s life and what it means to the Indian sub-continent. Perhaps, this is the first time you will ever read something on Sonia Gandhi’s life and her entrance to politics, coming from Italy to being what she is today on the map of Indian Politics. If you would like to discover more of the lady that survived the deaths of two most important people in her life and yet overcome the tragedy to being where she is today, then “Sonia Gandhi An Extraordinary Life, An Indian Destiny” by Rani Singh is the perfect book for you. Through exclusive interviews with members of Sonia's party, political opponents and family friends, Rani Singh casts new light on Sonia. In the first mainstream biography of this inspirational figure, the author’s compelling narrative retraces the path of the brave and beautiful Sonia Gandhi, examining what her life and legacy mean for India. Check this unconventional approach that RightBooks.in arranges for you, and www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780230341609&Sonia%20Gandhi%20An%20Extraordinary%20Life,%20An%20Indian%20Destiny is what your address actually means.

Face off with “The Naked Face”, the first even by Sidney Sheldon

This is a must read for all you lovers of psychology, its a book about how a lay man who is just a doctor was trapped in a fools play and was suspected for the things he has not done. As usual this is a Sidney book and one must remember the climax of the story will be around a woman, how about grabbing a copy and sitting down with it till you finish. Dr. Judd Stevens, M.D., is a caring and successful Manhattan psychoanalyst who must face a horrific prospect; someone is trying to kill him. First, John Hanson, a patient trying overcome his homosexuality, is brutally murdered, perhaps because he was mistaken for Stevens. Not long after, Carol Roberts, Steven's secretary, is also found murdered. The police, partly due to anger with Stevens testimony in a previous case, are quick to treat Stevens as the prime suspect. To prove his innocence and track down the real killer, Stevens hires a private investigator by the name of Norman Z. Moody. Before the case is done, Stevens will have to risk life and limb, psychoanalyze possible suspects and fall in love with a mysterious patient named Annie DeMarco. The surprise elements and the unexpected twists in this book showed his potential as one of the most brilliant story-tellers of all times. Generally most Sidney’s book revolve around a gal Manipulating things around her or in some sense its always about a female. But unlike those, Naked face is a story about a Psychoanalyst Dr. Stevens, who is trying hard to save his life, while hell breaks loose on him and the only one he can trust is himself. He is though the best psychoanalyst but the events make him rethink if he is a patient himself. His sessions with his patients make you understand the human psychology. Its a must read, you can’t keep it away till you are done, in short it is simply great. Three murders take place in succession and circumstances lead Judd Stevens to believe that he will be the next target. However, Lt. Mcgreavy suspects Stevens’ claims to be an act and accuses Stevens of having committed the murders. On the other hand, Detective Angeli is more supportive of Stevens and does all he can to prevent him form being arrested. The major suspense is revealed around 40 pages before its ending (it’s a 220-page book), but is quite difficult to deduce until about 10 pages before it is revealed. But, it is no fabricated suspense. All the pieces of the jigsaw fit and that speaks for Sheldon’s writing skills. In spite of the suspense being out 40-odd pages prior to the end, the end of this tale does not drag a wee bit. In fact, even the final pages are filled with some great literary and story-telling skills. RightBooks.in is fully blessed with the books that has them all, and www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780007253913&The%20Naked%20Face is the link for you to visit.

David Kirkpatrick descrbes the phenomenon of “The Facebook Effect”

It’s the Facebook phenomena that is on course everywhere. A Social Networking website with over 400 millions of active users, every one in five internet users have Facebook account, on average every user spends an hour in Facebook account after logging in, the network growing @ 5% every month worldwide, the mostly visited website only next to Google-these statistics doesn’t introduce the story of Facebook to the fullest. And David Kirkpatrick shoulders the responsibility to bring it on, counter say “The Facebook Effect”, dealing with the inside story of the most favored social networking website ever made. Facebook’s growth since its inception in 2004 has been nothing short of phenomenal. With a membership hovering at around a half a billion people today, the ubiquitous site is an Internet success story like no other. In The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company that is Connecting the World, author David Kirkpatrick tells the remarkable tale of this industry colossus, and of the man behind it all, Mark Zuckerberg. Kirkpatrick was able to speak with the early players in the story fairly extensively, including Zuckerberg himself. The account of these nineteen-year-old kids building up a company valued at $15 billion over the course of just a few years is stunning. The growth pains that accompany such rapid success are also discussed, and Zuckerberg’s talent for getting advice from older dot-com veterans has helped Facebook survive some potentially fatal experiences. If you are interested in start ups, or how marketing and advertising are evolving, or just how Facebook is changing the world, buy this book. It’s very readable and gives great insights into how Facebook grew from a dorm room to a huge company. There’s no other book out there that gives such a complete history of the company and of Mark Zuckerberg. It commences with a single story of Facebook's sheer brawn: the Facebook-based organization of Colombian activists against paramilitary guerrillas that culminated in protests attended by hundreds of thousands. Then the book plunges into Facebook's flip-flops-and-Red-Bull days as a start-up headquartered out of a Harvard University dorm. By the end, it's setting up Facebook as, rightfully so, the most formidable rival to Web giant Google. It’s the story of Facebook as Facebook wants the story told. It is a wonderful, if flawed, story about the creation of a company that half a billion people interact with regularly. Go there at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780753522745&Facebook%20Effect,%20The and enjoy the inside story that RightBooks.in has brought to you.

You are welcome to enjoy the journey “In The Garden of Beasts” with Eric Larson

Don’t be confused, because RightBooks.in isn’t planning for a zoo trip. For Erik Larson, the research in which he delves and delights for each project more than rubs off in readership appeal and enticing and informative enjoyment with the absorbing yet unsettling In The Garden of Beasts” Love, Terror and an American Family in Hitler's Berlin. However, it’s the account of Berlin, starting in 1933, from the increasingly discerning eyes of two Americans, President Roosevelt's ambassador to Germany, William E. Dodd, an academic historian who hoped Nazism would somehow lose steam, and Dodd's daughter Martha, a 24-year-old free spirit who initially appreciated Nazism's vitality and the social life and love affair after love affair she soon garnered. At first this new world seemed full of novelty and new horizons for both of them, but slowly — until the calamitous weekend that changed them forever – disenchantment and dark clouds of intrigue and dread fell over the whole Dodd family (which included Dodd’s wife Mattie, and a son, Bill). The "Jewish problem" that Hitler's Germany was having was largely felt by State to be Hitler's problem and his alone; the State Department's chief concern was getting Dodd, their new Ambassador to Berlin, to keep the Hitler regime appeased until Germany's reparations to U.S. banks were paid off. Nothing else seemed to matter to them. Certainly reports from Dodd, Messersmith, and others about state-sanctioned terror and human-rights abuses in 1933-34 Germany were largely dismissed by the Secretary of State and others as naive or exaggerated. Time and again Dodd was reminded to keep his mouth shut about his criticisms of the Nazis and just get the money the banks wanted. Dodd is sometimes exasperatingly naive about what was going on in Germany, but at least he caught on. And he spoke out about the Nazis on their own turf, which infuriated them no end; and his Berlin residence became a retreat to many Germans who felt comfortable speaking candidly there. His daughter Martha couldn't keep her knickers on, but so what? She was young, beautiful, and intelligent. That she had affairs with Carl Sandberg, Thomas Wolfe, the head of the German Gestapo, and the Russian ambassador within just a few years of each other is quite an achievement. Best of all, everything's documented. Rudolf Diels, the head of the Gestapo, kept a journal. So did Dodd, his daughter Martha, and several of the fools at the State Department. Everyone wrote letters and kept the ones they received. Click www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780857520432&In%20The%20Garden%20of%20Beasts to experience this piece of History.

Stieg Larsson spots “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” to introduce with us

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” has two story lines. The first is the mystery of Harriet Vanger; the second is that of financial intrigue and fraud involving a huge Swedish corporation. Stieg Larsson melds these two plots through the characters of Mikael Blomkvist and Lisbeth Salander. Larsson’s matter-of-fact way of describing the violence (mostly of a sexual nature) made the acts more disturbing than had he been more dramatic. Readers who have experienced sexual assault in their lives may find this novel one to be avoided. On the other hand, Larsson’s character development is above reproach, and the sections, which dealt with the convoluted financial plot, were intense and engaging. Something you will surely find worth of your reading attention, and RightBooks.in knows how to satisfy that with the right quality books. “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is a top-notch thriller. It doesn’t have any dull moments and it engages you with the complexity of its characters. You get immersed in the detail that Stieg Larson provides in his description of the inner workings of Salander’s mind, which happens to have some form of asperser syndrome, or Blomkvist’s sense of guilt after his sentence, which nearly got his magazine “Millennium” to go under. Larsson writes down many of the main characters’ thoughts, in italics, throughout the book. These thoughts, along with the impeccable dialogue in which they are immersed, serve as a backdrop that enriches the story and breathes new life into it. Sure, many authors have used thoughts in italics in their texts before but those thoughts have never been as important to the development of the story as they were in “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”. Once more, the incredible book collection reaches you with ease, and RightBooks.in is responsible for that. The link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9781847246929&The%20Girl%20With%20The%20Dragon%20Tattoo takes you there, to experience this first member of the famous Millennium series penned by Stieg Larsson.

The writer trio Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen and Baisali Chatterjee Dutt cook “Chicken Soup For The Indian Soul On Friendship”

It is not a cookbook that Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen and Baisali Chatterjee Dutt have been busy in drafting. The name “Chicken Soup For The Indian Soul On Friendship” may lead you to the confusing perception, and that’s the fun that RightBooks.in has in place for you. The book, though irrelevant at times for Indian teens, touches the heart when you see arrogant teens suddenly dropping to their knees to help a stranger to his feet or people looking back at their teen years and ruminating on the pearls of wisdom their elders dropped. A good book, to be read in bits and pieces. No story lasts more than 3 pages yet gives more than that to think about. This is a wonderful book written by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen and Baisali Chatterjee Dutt. The teenage years are the most memorable and the toughest years of your life. You need a friend who can support you all the time and can understand you. But sometimes you can’t get all the things you expect from a friend and many things you cant tell your friend like few family problems. In these problems your best friend would be this book. This book tells you the real life stories by the people themselves and how they have gone through the same situation like you might be going through. This books makes you laugh, cry, refresh you, your emotion etc. This book must be read at least once. This book is divided into many sections like tough stuff and love and kindness and family relations and stuff. This gives you the strength to face each problem with confidence and hope. It teaches you to take one time a day and gives you the strength to overcome difficult times. These books are a collection of short stories written by different people. The stories are collected from different parts of the world. They can be real life experiences or stories that are just someone’s piece of mind. Certainly, your visit to the link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9789380658636&Chicken%20Soup%20For%20The%20Indian%20Soul%20On%20Friendship reintroduces friendship before you.

Short stories are the reflectors of life in small yet touching notes, and Kanchana Ugbabe contributes her classy touches through the short story compilation titled “Soulmates”

Short Story writing is a skill, almost perfected to an art form. Short story writers can embark to write novels, however novelists cannot always tread the dared-to-handle short-story path. It isn’t easy and sometimes it isn’t everyone’s cup of tea either. That’s what your normal take on the short stories, and amidst this long-held belief, finally RightBooks.in lands you the opportunity to read a first collection of short stories from Kanchana Ugbabe titled “Soulmates”. Classy works don’t take much time to find the right readers, and your reading habit will be glad to have this short story compilation. “Soulmates” is a collection of thirteen stories – focusing either on the Indian or the Nigerian culture, they take the reader into a different realm altogether. The stories touch on different nuances and how people behave given the situations – their loves, losses, disappointments and sometimes-just ambiguity that takes control of lives. Each story is different from the other. For instance, the title story is about a couple and their marriage withstanding despite the intrusions of a stranger to “Testimonies” which is about a young girl growing up and her experiences with her mother and her group of friends. Derived from the experiences of both an insider and an outsider, the intricate stories of “Soulmates” chart journeys of love, friendship, despair, daily negotiations and strategies for survival while exploring the physical and spiritual aspects of being transplanted to a foreign country, of living with fluid roots. Yoking two cultures, the Indian and the Nigerian, they take us into the sphere of symbols and nuances of speech, into a world fraught with seams, viscerally familiar, yet fascinating in its differences. Speaking in a distinct, meditative voice, and employing the dual vision of the insider–outsider, Kanchana Ugbabe will inspire you to remember and find where your root lies. It’s just the visit to the link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780143067917&Soulmates that takes you to this quality genre of short stories.

Payel Gidwani guides you the pathway to turn “From XL To XS”

RightBooks.in has started playing the different ball game altogether, and this time; the magic formula to get into the perfect curves is just at the fingertips for the readers. Payel Gidwani, the ace trainer for the celebrities and public figures now opens her secrets, and “From XL To XS” A Fitness Guru is the roadmap for you to get into the dream shape you always looked for. With simple and easy to follow principles and exercise routines, learn how to lose (or gain) weight, stay fit, and transform your body structure. And that’s not all! Learn how to look ten years younger and about other invisible factors like stress, sleep etc. that affect the way you look. So now you don’t need to envy your favorite stars. You can look like them. With photographs, celebrity workouts, and useful tips by stars, “From XL to XS” is the best gift you can give yourself. Tiwari starts off with differentiating between the terms obesity and overweight and provides you with the formula to calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI) and ideal body weight. She then describes the different body shapes – apple, pear, wine glass, cylinder and ball – and describes the asanas that will help you work on your problem areas and how you can improve your flexibility, endurance and strength. She shares the beauty tips and regimes of stars such as Sridevi, who’ve turned the clock back in time and look nearly 10 years younger than they are but warns against the “many shortcuts and quick fixes available in the market” that will “only ruin your health in the long run” and for those who just want to stay healthy and fit, without a specific goal in mind, she has included a crash course at the back of the book. Since, there is no provision for cross-linking the references, you end up turning pages to find out what a Trikonasana would look like. This may seem like a minor drawback but there are a zillion books on yoga in the market. If you’re a serious yoga practitioner, you’ll probably opt for something with a lot more depth. But if you still need a reason to do yoga or just want to start, in spite of the minor creases around the edges, “From XL to XS” seems to fit all right. Be there at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9788184001471&From%20XL%20To%20XS%20A%20Fitness%20Guru to have it now.

John Grisham narrates the death penalty system and wrongful convictions in “The confession”

If only life moved along at the same clip as a John Grisham novel. Beginner writers should study him the way budding composers study Brahms or Pachelbel. He is a master at pacing, even if that doesn't always make up for some of his shortcomings. His latest, "The Confession" is again legal literature on myth. Travis Boyette is an evil, deathly ill parolee in Kansas with a secret he has to share with someone. The serial rapist picks everyman minister Keith Schroeder for his out-of-the-blue confession to the murder of a high school cheerleader in Texas a decade earlier. Something high level written stuff that your quality mind wishes to go through, and RightBooks.in makes the way for you. What gives The Confession an unexpected perspective is that Grisham doesn't focus his novel on the convicted man, his family or even the man who claims to be the real killer. Instead, the story is told from the point of view of a young pastor from Kansas who is unwittingly drawn into the saga and struggles with the complex implications of his role. However, this novel suggests that perhaps Americans have become addicted to the speed with which conviction and execution can be carried out - and that opportunities for more careful consideration are too quickly passed over. It's this motivating force, which perhaps makes the book one of the most personal Grisham has written, even though (largely speaking) he never forgets his primary purpose, which is to entertain. That mission he has been faithfully carrying out since his first book. There are no stylistic flourishes, but Grisham fans will find all their buttons pressed. Truly, something incredible that your reading habit deserves, and RightBooks.in arranges it for you, all the discount rate you cant afford to miss. The link is here, and your trip here at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780099545828&The%20Confession takes you to the storyline without much difficulty.

Kashmiri Pandits now have their say, and “The Garden of Solitude” by Siddhartha Giggoo lights the way

What does it take to survive in an unknown territory, when all you have are memories of home? How does it feel to lose someone dear to a situation that you never wanted to be a part of? The entire book is about Sridar wanting the solitude back – the longing for peace and quiet moments that he and his friends have lost along the way. The topic is touchy and the premise is dangerous, in the sense that it takes a lot to write on a subject like this one. All in all what I can say about the book is that it should be read. The writing is beautiful and the emotions are raw and lucid, to touch every reader who picks it up. It’s “The Garden of Solitude” by Siddhartha Giggoo for you is discussed about, and as usual, the service from RightBooks.in is here to do the good for you. Siddartha’s writing is as simple as the ones that we read as children in our text books, simple but loaded with meaning. The jargon is intentionally kept out, as is the bitterness of being in exile. It is this lucidity of the novel that makes it standout in the swamp of present day modern English literature. Sridar, a rather uncommon name for a Kashmiri Pandit boy born in seventies, but name apart Siddartha’s protagonist could be anyone of us who was born in Kashmir during those times, when today’s Kashmir could simply have been dismissed as a bad dream. And Sridar’s life is torn apart as he reluctantly leaves his home situated in the beautiful Valley along with his family. The family, like the other Pandits, settles in Jammu, where an entire generation of Pandits spends the rest of their lives suffering from a sense of loneliness and alienation. The strength of this book is in its description of the condition that Kashmiri Pandits lived in camps. Just know how the older Pandits are dying every second and how it makes little difference if their neighbours are now Hindus (Dogras of Jammu), and how they still long for their Muslim neighbours. Something you must read, and the link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9788129117182&The%20Garden%20Of%20Solitude%20%28Hardcover%29 is the easiest way to get glimpses of this.

“Countdown” has already began as Amitav Ghosh clocks

Amitav Ghosh, in his years of journalism, had traveled to different parts of India and the world, meeting different people and different cultures. “Countdown” is the outcome of these visits. “Countdown” mainly deals with India becoming a nuclear power, he pros and cons. Amitav Ghosh had interviewed many personalities including Mr. George Fernandes, India’s then Defence Minister and Asma Jehangir, the well-known Pakistani lawyer. He had also discussed the issue of nuclear power with well-known Pakistani figures, scientists, journalists and common people. A great essay explaining the consequences of the nuclear rat race in the Indian subcontinent. It also explains that the nuclear threat between India and Pakistan is merely because of the politicians and not because the people of the countries want it. Most of the people in both the countries do not even understand what they will gain by having a nuclear bomb. The basic problem for both the countries remains Bread, Cloth and House ("Roti, Kapdaa Aur Makaan"), and “Countdown” question the logic behind the motive of making these weapons rather than ignoring these problems. Sounds something you will be rushing to have it right now, and RightBooks.in brings you the opportunity. The link at www.rightbooks.in shows you the way to have it, the book that directly questions the political parties of both the countries about the logic behind making the Military force stronger, whereas the basic amenities of the common people are getting ignored. Unlike other non-fiction books, this book doesn’t lack substances to take the narration forward. It is very racy and fast and is highly gripping. The language used in the book is a little difficult, but the style of writing is easy. It is an ideal read for classes nine and above. One thing that is to be kept in mind while reading this book is that it should be read at one-go Otherwise, the thrill cannot be experienced to the fullest and the link between past and present events is lost. Just be here at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780143068747&Countdown to experience this, now.

Danielle Steel to introduce her “Big Girl” ’s beauty

In this heartfelt and incisive new novel, called “Big Girl”, Danielle Steel celebrates the virtues of unconventional beauty while exploring deeply resonant issues of weight, self-image, sisterhood and family. Sounds an interesting plot, and when something catchy is there, you are sure that RightBooks.in is the address to check out for. A chubby little girl with blond hair, blue eyes, and ordinary looks, Victoria Dawson has always felt out of place in her family, especially in body-conscious L.A. Her father, Jim, is tall and slender, and her mother, Christina, is a fine-boned, dark-haired beauty. Both are self-centered, outspoken, and disappointed by their daughter’s looks. When Victoria is six, she sees a photograph of Queen Victoria, and her father has always said she looks just like her. After the birth of Victoria’s perfect younger sister, Gracie, her father liked to refer to his firstborn as “our tester cake”. With Gracie, everyone agreed that Jim and Christina got it right. While her parents and sister can eat anything and not gain an ounce, Victoria must watch everything she eats, as well as endure her father’s belittling comments about her body and see her academic achievements go unacknowledged. Ice cream and oversized helpings of all the wrong foods give her comfort, but only briefly. The one thing she knows is that she has to get away from home, and after college in Chicago, she moves to New York City. Landing her dream job as a high school teacher, Victoria loves working with her students and wages war on her weight at the gym. Despite tension with her parents, Victoria remains close to her sister. And though they couldn’t be more different in looks, they love each other unconditionally. But regardless of her accomplishments, Victoria’s parents know just what to say to bring her down. She will always be her father’s “big girl,” and her mother’s constant disapproval is equally unkind. You must agree that this is your stuff, and www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780552159012&Big%20Girl is the link to check out for.

“The Shadow Princess” is about to unveil her identity in the Taj Mahal backdrop as Indu Sundaresan returns to seventeenth century India

Few writers have the ability to make history alive, and the narration makes you visualize the series of incidents right before your eye. Mughal era is referred as one of the most glittering period in the history of Indian civilization, and it is the privilege to have the researchers like Indu Sundaresan, who goes deep inside the history to take out the behind the scenes facts and incidents. “The Shadow Princess will take you to the period of Shahjahan, who has just lost his beloved wife Mumtaaj, and it’s on the teenage shoulder of Jahanara to protect the Mughal emperor from the civil war, led by intra family conflicts. Indu Sundaresan’s “Shadow Princess” is an exciting sequel to the The Twentieth Wife and The Feast of Roses. While The twentieth Wife was on Noor Jahan and The Feast of Roses on Mumtaz Mahal this book revolves around Princess Jahanara. It is yet another glorious retelling of life in Mughal India during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan. The story starts from the year 1631 at Burhampur in Deccan India that is where the Royal camp of Emperor Shah Jahan is. While The Emperor is busy directing the conquest of Deccan from Burhampur fort in order to gain supremacy in Southern India his beloved queen, 38 year old Mumtaz Mahal, or the Exalted One dies while giving birth to their 14th child in the 19 years of their marriage. That incident acts as a trigger to the crumbling of the Mughal Empire. With the death of his beloved wife, the Emperor slowly loses interest in everything, while his sons conspire and scheme to gain control of the empire. Like Mehrunnisa, the Princess faces her own set of obstacles yet she maintains a powerful position in her father's harem advises in matters of politics and carves out a life given insurmountable odds. In telling Jahanara's story, Sundaresan also provides a glimpse into the building of the Taj Mahal, the magnificent tomb built by Shah Jahan to honor his dead wife. The grand scale in terms of vision, design detail and expense of building this monument reveals the tremendous power Shah Jahan wielded during his reign. Something real quality; that RightBooks.in has brought for your quality mind. And the link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9788172239978&Shadow%20Princess is the address you are to visit to experience this RightBooks.in offering.

In “The Discovery of India”, Jawaharlal Nehru the first Prime Minister of India, sets out on a voyage of self-discovery and offers a penetrating analysis of his own motherland

India has a cultural richness behind her, and it requires an inquisitive mindset to discover the real India underneath. And when it’s about bringing the real India, who better than Jawaharlal Nehru himself to shoulder this task? The service from RightBooks.in is in the scene again, and the priceless pieces of the history through the letters that Nehru wrote to his daughter, Indira Gandhi, is right there before you. Pandit Nehru was one of the most prominent freedom fighter, which Mahatma Gandhi referred as his soul. The British rule always see to that he was in prison; desalinating him from people including his daughter Indira. This book was written while he was in jail; where in there was no reference books were available, even limited papers were given to him every day. Pandit Nehru, arguably man who could be held responsible for today’s India, was a man of immense personality. It’s very easy to point out technical mistakes in this book as it has been done with his vision of modern India, however one should clock back to see themselves in his shoes acting differently. There is a difference between learning the details from the history books and reading the book of a man who has gone through the experience. Here we see the pain, the nationalism, the human spirit, and we feel all the feelings that were experienced by the people in the national movement when they gave their lives for the welfare of the country. The few unarmed citizens of the country who trembled the mighty British Empire, which, at the time was the peak of its glory. The chapters give us a beautiful insight into the friendship between Gandhi and Nehru, the role of Gandhi, M. A. Jinnah, the coming of the Second World War and the final phase of the freedom movement after the war. The book however cannot go any deeper into the freedom struggle as it was written a decade before India got her independence. Definitely, a must read for Indians and especially for those who have an interest in Indian History, Culture and traditions. “Discovery of India” is not just a mere book, it introduces you the India that always remained behind your eyesight, and the link at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780143031031&The%20Discovery%20of%20India takes you there straightaway.

Daniel Domscheit-Berg to brief “Inside Wikileaks: My Time With Julian Assange at the world’s most dangerous website”

Written from an insider's perspective, “Inside Wikileaks: My Time With Julian Assange at the world’s most dangerous website” that Daniel Domscheit-Berg drafted will surely exceed our expectations. Most tell-all books written on such short notice are obviously ghostwritten by pros with barely enough detail to fill the requisite number of pages. This book contains not only more detail than expected, but clearly is a distillation of the best of the available material presented largely in chronological order. Julian Assange's character and qualities good and bad are fully revealed, but the whole story also comes out including the significant contributions of those without whom Julian Assange would not be famous. This is a story of two people who believed in the same principles of transparency but had very different ideas of how to go about it. On one side stands Julian who had a discerning eye for material that could be used to exert political influence. On the other is his estranged partner, who shows how WL was acting irresponsibly, playing a risky game with sources’ truth and supporters’ donations. Assange, as the villain of the piece does not disappoint; he is the cad who takes Daniel’s Oval tine and half his food. He is also a petty troublemaker, a superior ass, a nightmare guest and a charlatan suffering from foot in mouth disorder “with a free and easy relationship with the truth”. The writer offers useful insights detailing the level of security taken to ensure the anonymity of the source and submissions; “sources remained untraceable even for the Wikileaks team-mates”. They are coupled with tidbits about their modus operandi, how they gave accounts to someone who was not interested in handling finances or chat rooms to those not concerned with personally influencing public opinion etc. There were times when they tricked the people who wanted documents removed into authenticating them instead. This time, the catalogs that RightBooks.in houses host this whistle blowing stuff, and your visit here at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780224094016&Inside%20WikiLeaks%20My%20Time%20with%20Julian%20Assange%20at%20the%20World will make you have it.

Jay Elliot in his effort “The Steve Jobs Way”, shares the lessons that come out of Steve Job’s intuitive approach to show how the creative and technological brilliance of iLeadership can be utilized to drive breakthroughs in any organization, irrespective of size

While looking for the books that meets quality, the catalogs from RightBooks.in has always been the most effective one for you. You must agree that the leadership in corporate excellence level demands a different degree of application; something that Steve Jobs did for apple. Single-handedly he took Apple to the winning position, and RightBooks.in has brought you his winning formulae in business, as Jay Elliot, the Vice president of Apple narrates in “The Steve Jobs Way”. Jay Elliot makes it clear time and again in the book that Steve Jobs had an almost obsessive passion for the products that Apple built. In his (Steve's) eyes, they weren't just building computers; they were “changing the world”. The book quotes John Scully, former CEO of Pepsi CO, and Steve Jobs' successor and predecessor as CEO at Apple. He describes a situation when he was being 'courted' by Steve to come to Apple. He recalls being asked by Steve, then a young 20-something, if he wanted to, continue selling sugar water for the rest of his life or if he wanted to change the world. You wouldn't ask someone that unless you truly believed it yourself!! Steve Jobs’ management style, his entrepreneurial spirit and his unique way of being appear to be resonating with today’s marketplace. Whether it’s his relentless focus on the customer experience or his ability to create a culture of innovation and creativity, Jobs has captured the interest of consumers and businesspeople alike. If you’re looking for a break from checklists and worksheets that poke and prod at your brain to come up with new ideas, this book offers a gentler way of thinking about things while you read about Elliot’s experiences and Jobs’ actions and reactions to common business challenges. Jay talks about Steve and the internal functioning of the Company with such high regard that you feel that you are present and talking to Jay about Steve. And only a person who has been truly inspirational can evoke such feelings within others. Be there at www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9788179927687&The%20Steve%20Jobs%20Way to know this winning mantra better.