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Peeyush Maniyambath

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When Doc White suddenly disappears from his plantation, the care of which he had handed over to his driver Babu, the latter along with Sathyan, a neighbour with a past, decide to find and bring back the doctor.
After a long search, they find the aging Indian bull and White's caretaker, Rani before eventually coming face to face with White, who is now under the grasp of a deadly disease.
White decides to meet his unusual friends for one final time as he stoically faces the inevitable.
What ailment is White suffering from? Will White's friends be able to save him? To know more, read a bittersweet tale of friendship, relationships and a walk down memory lane.

  • Publisher: ‎LOCKSLEY HALL PUBLISHING LLP (29 October 2023)
  • ISBN-10: ‎9392428804
  • ISBN-13: ‎‎978-9392428807
  • Paperback:‎ ‎284 pages
  • Language English

About The Author

Dr. Peeyush Maniyambath did his entire schooling in Delhi prior to doing undergraduate and postgraduate medical studies at JIPMER, Pondicherry.
He then spent a decade in London before joining a hospital in Coimbatore as an anaesthesia consultant in the Anaesthesia and Intensive care department.
He currently runs a pain management centre and lives with his wife Manveen, a dermatologist, and their furry friend Danny while his son, Angad, pursues his masters in Australia.



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Renowned geologist Glen Walters embarks on an audacious expedition to India's southern jungle to study a mysterious occurrence. Amidst eerie legends and bizarre animal behavior, he's determined to unravel the mystery but nothing prepares him for the terrifying nightmares that plague his sleep, the unsettling feeling of being watched, and inexplicable episodes of sleepwalking.
Drawn by an irresistible force, Glen ventures into an impossible place, encountering a long-imprisoned deity awaiting release.
As the delicate threads of his sanity fray, he must relinquish his preconceived notions and unearth the enigmatic secrets intertwined with his very being.

  • Publisher: ‎LOCKSLEY HALL PUBLISHING LLP (5 November 2023)
  • ISBN-10: ‎‎939242860X
  • ISBN-13: ‎‎978-9392428609
  • Paperback:‎ 182 pages
  • Language English

About The Author

Syju John is a storyteller, weaving captivating narratives born from the depths of her vivid imagination. With a professional background in digital marketing, with a focus on non-profits, she brings a unique blend of creativity and purpose to her writing.
When she's not crafting mesmerizing tales, you'll find Syju immersed in the pages of a book, exploring new worlds and embracing the magic of literature. "In the Core" marks Syju John's debut novel, a spellbinding odyssey that unravels the enigma behind the world's escalating heat. .


Lavnya Krishnamurthy

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Mallika has it all- her dream job, a supportive family, students who adore her, colleagues who envy her and above all a loving and doting husband. Just when she thinks that life couldn't possibly get any better, she learns of her impending motherhood. But very soon, a twist of fate snatches away what she values the most. She wishes she could somehow go back in time and undo the tragic event. To her surprise, her wish is granted and she travels on a whirlwind journey through time, back into the past.
Will she succeed in undoing the chain of events responsible for her loss?
If so, what will be the price she has to pay for meddling with time?
Will her love stand the test of time?
If you want to know the answers, pick this book and buckle up for a page-turning time-travel which will keep you on the edge till the very destination and leave you exhilarated!

  • Publisher: ‎LOCKSLEY HALL PUBLISHING LLP (15 November 2023)
  • ISBN-10: ‎‎9392428553
  • ISBN-13: ‎‎‎978-9392428555
  • Paperback:‎ 141 pages
  • Language English

About The Author

Lavnya Krishnamurthy is a doctor (Ophthalmologist) by profession and a writer by passion. Hailing from Coimbatore, she did her MBBS in Kochi and her post-graduation and fellowship in Pondicherry.
She believes that words are the most inexhaustible source of magic. She hopes, through her stories, to instill faith in the power of love. .


Salil Joglekar

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Saira Hussein is one of India's first female officers to serve on the frontlines, deployed in the dangerous valleys of Kashmir as a part of one of the nation's most lethal paramilitary forces. Having ridden the vicissitudes of a roller-coaster military life for five years, Lieutenant Commander Hussein retires from duty after a terrifying event marks the end of combat life. Fifteen years after her military days, a young paying guest, Aniket Damle, enters Saira's life. Aniket's persistent inquisitiveness drives Saira to delve into her turbulent past, imprisoned in the deep recesses of her heart. Saira takes Aniket down memory lane, which twists and turns through a time ravaged by violence and horror. What does Saira reveal? To know more, read this riveting journey of Saira's life filled with violence, corruption, terror, heartbreak, love, and humanity.

  • Publisher: ‎LOCKSLEY HALL PUBLISHING LLP ( 15 August 2023)
  • ISBN-10: 9392428286
  • ISBN-13: ‎978-9392428289
  • Paperback:‎ ‎209 pages
  • Language English

About The Author

Salil Joglekar is a first-time author and a business consultant by trade hailing from Pune. He is a history buff, an avid wildlife photographer, an ardent sports lover, and a meliorist.
Through this book, Salil hopes to provide readers with a thought-provoking experience and believes the book would make the young generation talk more about the various issues rampant in society, like sexism, corruption, poverty, illiteracy, and many more.

Strange 5 Hours 20 Minutes

Shubham Joshi

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Granth is left worried on realizing he has boarded the wrong train; one going in the opposite direction. As he alights at the next station, desolate and deserted, he knows returning will be an uphill task. As he sets off, he encounters a man offering him a lift in his car. But is he actually helping Granth or has other ideas? As Granth attempts an escape, he finds himself surrounded by the dense jungle full of wild beasts in the darkness of the night till he comes face to face with a shadowy figure. Who is this figure? Will Granth be able to navigate the dangers of the forest and devious men to make a safe return? To know more, read this thrilling tale where one man encounters a terrifying journey where time is constantly running out and dangers always on the rise.

  • Publisher: LOCKSLEY HALL PUBLISHING LLP ( 5 August 2023)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: ‎9392428278
  • ISBN-13: ‎978-9392428272
  • Paperback: ‎133 pages

about the author

Shubham Joshi is an internationally certified Yoga professional based in Pune.
He studied Mechanical Engineering and then worked as a teacher and banker, which gave him a better understanding of life and human behavior.
Shubham is an avid traveler, a reader, an artist, and a baker and has explored a variety of cultures throughout the country.

A Second Chance

Subhashini prasad

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Padma Rajagopalan is a doting grandmother and filter-coffee connoisseur. Narendra Rathore, a chai-and-samosa lover, is anti-social and has dedicated his retirement life to chauffeuring his twin grandsons. Both widowed in their 60s, lead lonely, boring lives. But everything changes when they meet on Grandparents Day. Padma's melodious voice moves Naren to tears; Naren's wit makes Padma laugh aloud, a first for her in decades! An innocent friendship trespasses personal culpability into something more. Will Padma and Naren's children accept their new found love? Or will the duo have to fight tooth and nail for a second chance at love and life?

  • Publisher: LOCKSLEY HALL PUBLISHING LLP ( 5 August 2023)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: ‎‎939242826X
  • ISBN-13: ‎978-9392428265
  • Paperback: ‎ ‎260 pages

about the author

Subhashini Prasad is a consultant-turned-author. Her debut book, Not Really Indian, was ranked among Amazon's 50 Bestsellers and named a must-read anthology by Outlook India. Deccan Herald recognised Subhashini among ten personalities to reckon with in 2021.
Subhashini's second book, A Second Chance, is a unique, heartwarming love story! On the weekend of release, A Second Chance, made it to Amazon's top 100 bestsellers in the contemporary fiction category and was regarded as a book that will make you "laugh, cry and sigh" by The Daily Guardian.
Having travelled to forty countries, Subhashini believes any place can be called home! She has spearheaded #WomenforWomen and shares short stories on her page: @itsmesubhashini.