NITN | @notintownlive | 17 Jul 2019
Biswapriya Acharya’s 'Aditya Bose er Case Files' is a Bengali mystery thriller centered on Aditya Bose, who is a renowned detective.
This book consists of four short stories that are thrilling, complex and brimming with mystery.
The book opens with a short yet detailed description of Aditya Bose who has become so famous as a detective that he got a special training from the Scotland Yard for a year.
Aditya Bose’s efficiency, courage and wit are well reflected right from the beginning of the book.
Bengalis have always been an admirer of detective stories and mystery-related novels and this tradition is still being followed by the present generation.
Author Biswapriya Acharya has very minutely and efficiently knitted the complex but layered plots together to give the readers a wonderful experience.
The author has designed the cases very well and this would keep the readers glued to the book till they finish it.
Lastly, thanks to Biswapriya Acharya for giving us one more Bengali detective that readers would cherish for a long time!
(Reviewed by Sayantani Sengupta)
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