Kulpreet Yadav

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One of the leading fiction writers in India, Kulpreet Yadav retired voluntarily from the armed forces to pursue a career in writing in 2014. Also a motivational speaker now, he has spoken at more than two hundred schools, colleges, and global corporate brands during the last four years. Popular for his Andy Karan series, his new spy novel, Murder in Paharganj, was published by Bloomsbury India in Oct 2017. Kulpreet lives in Delhi with his wife and two daughters.

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Spy Chronicles is an exceptional book in many ways but one of the most profound discoveries that I made as I read these conversations between two ex-spymasters who once were number one in their respective organizations, is the popularity of Vajpayee ...more
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When Jerry Pinto won the Windham and Campbell prize for fiction in 2016 and became a rich Indian writer, I said to myself, I have to read this book. It took me two years, but finally, having bought it just last month, I finished it in three days. At ...more
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Shanita Kulpreet Yadav, a contemporary writer keeps you gripped with crime, mystery and the mechanisms of the underworld. Essentially paints the picture of his Spy Thriller “ The Girl Who Loved A Spy”, with brilliantly woven maize, entrenched on varied locations from a hamlet outside Rewari to a Fortress in Murud- Janjira. Andy Karen has ‘ Never Say Die ‘ attitude !
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