From Kerala's culinary delicacies to a memoir of the American Rock Age of the 1960s, these new titles promise to make for riveting reads
The author has collected some traditional recipes from her mother, in an effort to capture a collection of authentic culinary secrets of Kerala.
This novel by the best-selling author is about a teenage girl who pulls together a ragtag crew to commit mayhem in the San Francisco Bay, while her hapless father tries to get her home.
Subhas Chandra Bose: The Nationalist and the Commander, edited by Vinitha Ramchandani, Hachette India, `199.
This book highlights some of the most important events that shaped the actions and words of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.
This intimate memoir by Richard Goldstein who believed in the power of Rock before it was acceptable, is a document of the 1960s in the US. It looks at sweeping cultural changes, as seen from Goldstein’s eyes.
Sikkim: Requiem For A Himalayan Kingdom, Andrew Duff, Random House India, Rs 599. All titles available at leading bookstores.
The book claims to expose the true story of India’s annexation of Sikkim in 1975.