The virtue of reading a book is that, the pleasure derived can be more than all the wealth on treasure island.
Jini, a nurse and Facebook friend of Sreeraj, met with an unexpected twist in her life and went missing. Her identical twin sister tries to unearth the secrets underlying the case of her missing sister. Will she succeed in taking revenge on the culprits ? One can read only with goosebumps until the end to answer these haunting questions.
The Kalimalarkkavu temple, located six kilometers west of Irinjalakuda, is famous for various special powers possessed by the presiding deity - Kali. The temple attracts people from different walks of life to get their problems solved through continuous prayers sitting in front of the deity. This garnered great publicity, enhancing the interest of people to visit the temple to seek pardon or redressal of grievances or to get help to meet their specific achievements.
Shaji, an IT professional and only son of a wealthy Muslim landlord,helped Sujatha, a Hindu girl, by taking money from his father’s locker towards the capitation fee for her engineering college admission in Bangalore. The indebted girl pawned her innocence for his lust. Raju, a classmate of Shaji, who was in the porn business, had an eye on this beautiful girl with frequent mention to Shaji, who never agreed. Once during her visit to the village, she went missing. Gossips went around blaming Shaji for killing and disposing of her body. On his visit to town to prove his innocence, the police arrested Shaji and tortured him to the point of his hospitalization. The ghost of missing Sujatha appeared to save her mentor and savior, and Shaji was released. The cause of the death was a mystery which she revealed with an unexpected thrill and suspense.
It is a universally accepted fact that the dog is the most trustworthy friend who timely helps mankind as and when needed. In this mini-novel, the dog helps the master to be retrieved from a car accident and get him back home with the assistance of one of his friends. On reaching home, the master realizes that his wife was flirting with her paramour in the bedroom and the accident was planned and executed through their brain work. How would have he reacted? Most thrilling mini-work. Sure to keep you enthralled throughout the short journey through the mini-novel.
This is the story of an Air Force officer who helped a boy who had been struggling to earn for food and schooling, in spite of financial difficulties he himself was facing.
Haridas was an airman when he met Baburaj, studying in seventh standard, who was working as a coolie on a railway platform and when he came to know that the boy was first in his class and his mother was sick, he felt sympathy and decided to help him in his studies. Haridas had to support his two brothers in college for their education, in addition to the financial help to his father. Haridas passed engineering degree privately and got commission as an officer in Indian Air Force. Meanwhile Baburaj passed his tenth and Haridas helps him to get recruited as an airman in Indian Air Force. Later, what happens when Haridas meets Baburaj? The big question remains.
This is the story of Wing Commander Krishnan who was in love with Rukhsthana, a Muslim girl, but could not think of marrying her because of vehement opposition from his sister, Shobha, a divorcee with a daughter and son, living with parents. Her strong objection was that if ever the wedding with a lady from another religion took place, the entire life and future of her children would be marred with the great stigma attached to that family. She had categorically denied acceptance to such relations to avoid endangering her daughter’s marriage market.
Krishnan had to live to look after the welfare and comforts of his sister and he had to struggle to educate her children; the daughter a doctor and the son an engineer, as dictated to him by his father on his death bed.
The sacrifice is never-ending and finally what happened is very interesting to keep every reader at tender hooks imagining what could be the life of Krishnan towards the end.
Unhappy over the present political system prevailing in the state of Kerala, the southmost state in the Indian subcontinent, God’s own country, a retired Air Force officer decided to form a new party titled Ex-servicemen's Democratic Party, with nil benefits by the workers including ministers. As the assembly election approached, his new party with numerous developmental promises was accepted by the masses within a short period, provoking the existing political setup and its leaders. They tried all methods to avoid the growth and the new party leader was killed in an open function. But the murderers were not arrested despite video proofs. His wife took over the leadership with a vow to cremate the corpse only after the culprits were arrested and the body was left in the mortuary. The party lead by her got a wide majority in the election. What happens next is worth to read and appreciate.
Ramesh, who was handicapped due to polio, never expected to get married as he was rejected by all girls he visited with proposals, until Janaki expressed her willingness. After the marriage, debacles, one after the other started visiting his house - His elder brother, Squadron Leader Surendran and wife, Jaya and son, Vikas meeting a car accident from which they narrowly escaped, Jaya and son getting poisoned but survived and daughter, Leena visiting forest to take photos of trees and wild animals and faced attack by a tiger. Later, it was known that those debacles were designed and made by someone of his close relatives. What Ramesh would have done once he came to know the diabolic intentions? Very interesting story of a handicapped with the assistance of an Air Force officer.
An XII standard student Riya, daughter of an air force officer, went all the way to help her father when she knew he was cheated by his senior for making him commit misappropriation of public funds. Riya knew this was likely to lead to a court-martial and dismissal of her father from service. In that process, she got into a series of problems. Will she be able to save her father successfully? A must-read story !!!!
This is the story of 26 years old college lecturer Devi, the lone daughter of a retired brigadier, who lost his wife when Devi was three years in accidental gun fire by a five-year-old boy and remained unmarried scared of step motherly treatment to his daughter. Without considering fathers compulsions to marry a doctor, she decided to live with her college mate, Chandran, working in Delhi and got eloped with him. While proceeding to his room from the railway station, the auto met with an accident and he died and she was admitted to a hospital where Doctor Prakash, took special interest in her, upon knowing the tragic happening at the beginning of her life and decided to give shelter in his house, where he was living with his mother. Her morning sickness generated doubts and on confirmation from a lady doctor that she was pregnant, she was thrown out from there by his mother.
Even steel once stretched beyond its tensile strength will break. Similarly, Devi was mentally broken to a point of committing suicide. Will she come out of the series of difficulties being faced?
During the Holi celebrations in the Air Force Officer's Mess, the 12th standard student, Riya, knew her brother Vinay had used drug. Though she had warned him for not to get into the trap of miscreants, he was seen in similar situation on two different occasions. She vowed to trace the source of supply of the drug and identified the shop owner inside the camp and an airman as the agents who ensured the drugs reached the schools and colleges through few students from the camp as suppliers. Her determination and innovative ideas helped the authorities to identify the source and nab the real culprits involved in the whole racket of supply of drugs to the educational institutions in Delhi. A must read story!
When Squadron Leader, Sudhir, suspects Flight Lieutenant Sunder of nefarious activities, he knows he has to act fast before things get out of hand. With the help of his wife, Poonam, Sudhir attempts to crack down a dangerous spy network, which is secretly passing on sensitive information about India to her enemies. Poonam is a big revelation, as she boldly risks her life to thwart the activities of the espionage gang and save her nation.
This is a story of an air force pilot who was assigned with the job of attacking the enemy territory to destroy their war potential. He did the job well, but while returning the tail of the plane was hit and he was compelled to bail out. From the jungle where he landed, he was caught by the enemies, but his presence of mind made him escape. With continuous struggles, he could cross over the border and had to face numerous problems before joining the family.
Riya, the 11th standard daughter of Flying Officer Jayaprakash, had a guilty feeling of being the root cause of the heart problem of Radha, the daughter of their servant staying in the servant’s quarters. When she came to know that Radha was to be operated upon to set her heart right, which was costly, she decided to offer maximum possible financial help to that family and requested her father Jayaprakash who expressed his inability. Radha died while working in the house of Jayaprakash. Jayaprakash was arrested and taken by the police, blaming him for the murder of Radha. Riya heard her father repeatedly begging the authorities for his innocence. Was Riya convinced of her father’s plea of innocence? If so, will she be able to find ways to save her father from the legal formalities?
Writing has always been a hobby for Wing Commander (Retd.) M K Devidasan. However, it was not always something he thought he could make a living with. After retiring from the Indian Air Force as a Wing Commander serving 32 years, he realized he has something valuable to share with the world and turned to writing full time.
Since turning his passion into a profession, M K Devidasan has written prolifically and is constantly exploring new themes, genres and ideas. It’s incredibly hard work, but he is never happier than when he sits down at his desk putting the opening words to a new book or story on paper.
The author giving guard of honour to Mrs. Indira Gandhi - Late Prime Minister of India.