Kushal is an author, business leader, management coach and a financial strategist with extensive experience in Finance, Economics, Decision Sciences and Outsourcing Strategies. Over the last 14 years, Kushal has helped reputed banking, financial services, insurance and e-commerce companies in improving their financial performance and restructuring their balance sheets through applications of decisions sciences.
During his career, he has coached hundreds of management students and junior professionals aspiring to be business leaders or specialists in niche areas of applied finance and decision sciences. He has successfully transformed careers of many young professionals by helping them design their long-term career paths and developing a positive attitude for promoting innovations in management science.
He is also associated with education and healthcare charities in India, providing them honorary advisory for sustainability, scale-ability and financial planning.
“All In” is his debut in fiction and creative writing, one of his key areas of interest since his early days.
Apart from writing, he enjoys traveling, driving and golfing. He lives in Bangalore (India) with his wife Kajal and twin sons Maneet and Maanit.
For the airline executives finalizing a merger that would make news in the business world, the nine a.m. meeting would be a major milestone. But after marketing VP Paul Rogan walked into the plush conference room, strapped with explosives, the headlines told of death and destruction instead. The NYPSD’s Eve Dallas confirms that Rogan was cruelly coerced by two masked men holding his family hostage. His motive was saving his wife and daughter—but what was the motive of the masked men?
Despite the chaos and bad publicity, blowing up one meeting isn’t going to put the brakes on the merger. All it’s accomplished is shattering a lot of innocent lives. Now, with the help of her billionaire husband Roarke, Eve must untangle the reason for an inexplicable act of terror, look at suspects inside and outside both corporations, and determine whether the root of this crime lies in simple sabotage, or something far more complex and twisted.