Club You To Death By Anuja Chauhan

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Synopsis:

When a hunky personal trainer is found asphyxiated to death under an overloaded barbell at the posh Delhi Turf Club, on the eve of the club elections, it is first thought to be a freak accident. But soon, it becomes clear that one of the members of the DTC – all pickled-in-privilege Dilliwallahs – is a cold-blooded killer.

As the capital bristles with speculation and conspiracy theories, Crime Branch veteran ACP Bhavani Singh is appointed to investigate the case. Together with his able deputies – ex-lovers Akash ‘Kashi’ Dogra, hottie crusader for human rights, and Bambi Todi, wealthy girl-about-town – ACP Bhavani sets out to solve a crime that seems simple enough at the surface, but turns out to have roots as deep and spreading as those of New Delhi’s famous Neem trees…

Anuja Chauhan returns with a bloody good romance set in the pulsating heart of Lutyen’s Delhi.

My Review:

Club you to Death By Anuja Chauhan
I have heard so much about Anuja and her books, so my expectations are very high with this book.
I love to read murder mysteries and this book keeps me hooked till the end and finally, I finished a book after ages.
Book started when the Dogra family discussed the presidential election in a Delhi Turf Club, and they all were invited for the grand dinner. A Zumba trainer was found dead in the club and Crime Branch veteran ACP Bhavani Singh is appointed to investigate the case. There are politics, conspiracy, high society drama, typical Delhi style, and larger than life characters who give you enough reasons to go ahead.
Overall a good read for mystery lovers, but not as I expected.

Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟

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