“Strangers” is the first book I read by Ms C L Taylor and I must say that I look forward to reading more from her. I understand she has written many books. Like her books, she has made a mystery of her name too, it would appear. In the realm of romantic comedy, she is well-known as Cally Taylor, becoming C L Taylor when she writes psychological thrillers! Continue reading ““Strangers” by C L Taylor”
Tag: psychological thriller
Some readers have asked if physical copies of “It Can’t Be You”, my psychological thriller, can be ordered for delivery in the United States. Sure, they can. Here’s the link to Printasia. Continue reading “Ordering Physical Copies in the US”
November 29 filled me with nostalgia. Not for times long gone by but for a day only a year ago, which happened to be one of the happiest in my life. On November 29, 2010, at Crossword, Bangalore, my debut novel, a psychological thriller “It Can’t Be You” was launched by Subroto Bagchi, Co-Founder and Gardener of MindTree. Continue reading “ICBY Is One Year Old!”
“Why have you described your novel as a “psychological thriller?” I was asked recently by a friend on seeing this site. As you know, the larger thriller genre itself is vast and has several sub-genres, one of which is the psychological thriller.
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When Colonel Belliappa, Indian Army (Retd), a highly decorated war hero is found dying one night frothing at the mouth in anguish, there is no one else at home. Other than his immediate family. His wife, his daughter and his son. Did he – who killed so many -kill himself or was he killed?
His death sets the clock back to his life as a career officer in the Indian Army. He fights with great valor in the 1971 war against Pakistan which leaves him physically and psychologically scarred for life. His aggression, maniacal bravery and being dispensable leads to a secret assignment. Being handpicked to command a crack team of Indian Army snipers as an irregular force to fight intruders and militants in the Kashmir Valley in 1989 . Years later, he is now a successful armaments dealer.
In the last months before his death, the Colonel finds himself in a series of conflicts with his family. Standing to gain from his death, unknown to each other, they plan to kill him separately. Does the Colonel pay the ultimate price for the spiral of vengeance he himself triggered some decades ago?