Noctambulism: Flood of Blood by Shubhan Balvally is an engrossing murder mystery that highlights the dark side of sleepwalking. The novel is equivocal about its characters and has a storyline that is full of twists and turns, hard to predict any step of the killer or main suspects. Overall an amazing novel.
Punyam by Ritesh Gupta is a collection of 25 short stories emanating from scriptures like Upanishad, Puranas, Mahabharata, and Ramayana. All stories are high on morale values and also entertaining.
Hang On A Second Wind by Eshwarmurthy G Pillai is a dedicated fiction on Indian farmers issue of suicide.
Dewdrop and Banyan Tree by Ramachandran Rajasekharan is an enthralling book of 50 short poems that stretches its themes across life, nature, memories and much more. The poet while pouring his heart out in a flowery language, also pays tribute to his parents by translating some of the Malayalam poems in English. For someone looking for easy and docile poetry, the search can end here. Through simple and lucid language, the poet was still quite expressive in his efforts.
They Were My Heroes by Mohul Bhowmick is a realistically inclined poetry book in a semi-autobiographical tone. Pleasant and superb and sublime.