Category:Indian crime fiction writers - WikipediaAug 31, AM. Good or bad is totally as per ur preferences. Apart from these two i read a couple of translated crime fictions translated by Sudarshan Purohit, originally written by Surender Mohan Pathak. These i found are much better reads ala James Hadley Chase style, not run of the mill crime fictions. Am yet to find any police procedural indian crime fiction. RV wrote: "Aditya wrote: "Good or bad is totally as per ur preferences. Some average crime fictions i have read include Hickory Dickory Shock murder mystery and puzzle solving in IT background and Murder Pr
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I never knew of crime fiction as a genre. As a child and a teenager, my reading was unstructured and random. Poirot and Holmes were favourites but I never thought of Christie and Doyle as crime writers. It was only when I moved to the UK and visited the local library that I discovered that what I had been reading all along was actually crime fiction. I had loved these mysteries which were so well-crafted and accessible — often offering more psychological insight into characters than a literary novel. I felt like a kid in a sweet shop. However, once I had read enough International crime fiction to have contemporary favourites, I wanted to look for their Indian counterparts.
Indian Crime Writers
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The self-proclaimed grandmaster of Hindi crime fiction has written novels and boasts sales of 25 million. Rather, Pathak claims, he is a victim of language bias. They always review Bollywood films and carry all the gossip. But they take only writers working in English seriously, like that Arundhati Roy. Aside from the crowds of motivational business manuals, the greater share of the remaining space is given over to European and American thrillers — and the obligatory Agatha Christie.