Everyone has a secret. Aisha Khatri has many!
Aisha’s life is seemingly mundane on the surface-she writes for television and takes care of her niece Kiara and her retired father. But when Kiara’s life is threatened during a modeling assignment for the famous Kabir Rana, once a suspect for his wife’s murder, the only way Aisha can save Kiara is by accepting the unique ability she has aggressively resisted all her life.
But Aisha is not the only one with secrets. There are others who have secrets and will kill to keep them. Aisha is determined to protect Kiara even if it means placing herself in the crosshairs of a depraved killer who butchers beautiful girls and leaves them as grotesque displays.
Is Kiara a target of a serial killer or is the killer closer to home-and Aisha’s heart?
Who is Kabir Rana? An elusive and moody fashion photographer burdened with a dark past or a murderer who got away?
How will Aisha save Kiara from a killer who is several steps ahead of an entire city’s police force? When the dead come calling, will Aisha answer?
From the bustling streets of Goa to the beautiful palaces of Sirsa, Killer Moves is a fast-paced, gripping, romantic suspense tale with strong thriller and supernatural elements.
A blood-filled tale that takes place in multiple Indian places.
There is no easy way to summarize this brilliantly narrated story. The book starts with twinning, gripping story and book will never let you down. It’s a fast-paced paced book which I enjoyed but sometimes the pace of the book would be too much overwhelming.For me, the author Varsha Dixit is a literary genius and have written a thought-provoking book.
“It was a deadly storm,- a storm that could kill, a storm that did”.
The book is purely normal and paranormal and the one and only twist makes it simple read.
I thoroughly loved Kabir and Aisha’s characters and their portrayal is transformational and prodigious. These characters are something which will be in your minds for so many days.
I have now started exploring more of Varsha Dixit’s books and I will for sure read more of her works.
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