Zero: English Suspense Thriller Novel

Sunil Doiphode
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A series of serial kills of Americans happen by a serial killer. John investigates on the case and finds that the killings are some way or the other related to zero, a number invented by Indians. While he investigates he finds most important and interesting things about the Indian history when the zero would have been invented. The questions he faces are - is it terrorism, is it Hindu terrorism? 

( A synopsis registered with FWA. Written by Sunil Doiphode, published by Shivam Prakashan Pune)

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About the author

Sunil Doiphode, an eminent modern Marathi writer, is no way different in his attitude towards the treatment of occult from the dramatist William Shakespeare. Sunil is a writer of illusion and supernatural phenomena. He seems to follow the conventions of Shakespearian supernatural treatment.

---- Zeba Mehdi (The Criterion - An International Journal in English, Sept 2012, Vol III, Issue III, ISBN - 0976-8165)


Sunil Doiphode is a Screenplay writer, Novelist and Lyricist. The Novels to his credit are :

Black Hole, Aghast, eLove, Honey and Zero.


His next Novel Immortal is expected to come soon. He is Masters in Computer Science and Engineering and also maintains the profession of Researcher in the field.

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Publisher
Sunil Doiphode
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Published on
Jun 30, 2019
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Pages
206
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Asian American
Fiction / Crime
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / General
Fiction / Romance / Suspense
Fiction / Thrillers / Suspense
True Crime / Murder / Serial Killers
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Logline:

Following the mysterious disappearance of her husband, Stella Fernandez is led by a supposed friend of her missing husband's into a mysterious world of interconnecting portals which turn out to be black holes that transcend time and reality.

(Script in English registered with FWA, Andheri, Mumbai.).


Extract from the Novel:

Suzan came out of the house with police officer Brat to walk him out. But he stopped at the door, may be he still wanted to ask something more. Suzan waited for him to talk, when they heard a roar of a bike stopping at the gate. The rider removed his helmet. It was Daniel, Suzan's friend. Seeing Brat and Suzan at the door, he waited there only, and kept sitting on the stopped bike. Brat looked at him with his inspecting gaze.


"Who is he? " Brat enquired.


"My friend ... Daniel" Suzan replied.


Brat stared at him strangely and whispered under his breath, " I see ...thirsty has rightly come to the well.


"What? ... Did you say something?" Suzan asked.


"No, Nothing." He replied sternly.


Brat turned to leave and stopped as if remembering something important, " Take care of Stella ... She is undergoing a shock very badly ... at least it ‘seems’ so."


It didn't escape from Suzan's realization that he had given more stress on the words 'seems’ than usual.


Brat was headed for the gate, when Suzan interrupted, "Seems’? ... What do you mean by ‘seems’? "


Brat abruptly stopped, smirked and turned to her.


"You know? Who is the greatest artist in the world? " Brat asked her unexpectedly.


Suzan looked at Brat in surprise, not knowing what he is talking about.

Brat walked few steps, stopped again and turning towards Suzan answered his own puzzle, "A criminal"

Brat walked out quickly not looking back even once.

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