Fire in the Rain

Can a serial killer be finally tamed, not by the police, but by an attractive young woman? Yes.

Here's the story of a serial killer who is also a fine gentleman. More

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Published: Feb. 20, 2013
Words: 45,220
Language: English (Indian dialect)
ISBN: 9781301989232
About Surendra Mohanty

Surendra Mohanty writes short stories many of which have been published. Three of his stories were recently published by Rupa Publications in three different anthologies compiled by Ruskin Bond (Blowing My Own Trumpet in Tusker Tales, Where is the Tiger? in When the Tiger was King and Candidate Who Knew Too Much in Schooldays). He has contributed articles regularly to several magazines such as, 'The International Indian', 'Telelife', 'B2B digest' and 'Young Times' - all in Dubai.

Presently, he is the publisher of a national magazine for school children titled Kloud 9. This quarterly magazine was conceived by him and was launched in May 2012. It is unique in that it publishes stories and poems written by school children from all over the country and abroad.


Serial Killer on the loose
Mohanty's serial killer has all the traits of a gentleman, yet he ends up killing them. With his chameleonic personality, he moves from one city to another taking on new identities, charming unsuspecting girls and getting away with murders, literally. In the end, readers will root for him, despite all his crimes. I only hope the book doesn’t inspire someone to turn a serial Killer. -- Ruskin Bond


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