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Amulya Malladi

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Amulya Malladi is the bestselling author of eight novels, including The Copenhagen Affair, A House for Happy Mothers, and The Mango Season. Her books have been translated into several languages, including Dutch, French, German, Spanish, Danish, Romanian, Serbian, and Tamil. She won a screenwriting award for her work on Ø (Island), a Danish series that aired on Amazon Prime Global and Studio Canal+. Currently living in California, she is a Danish citizen who was born and raised in India.

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Amulya Malladi Hi Avishek, There are always sources of inspiration. The current book my agent is shopping around is about surrogacy and that came to be based on a ne…moreHi Avishek, There are always sources of inspiration. The current book my agent is shopping around is about surrogacy and that came to be based on a news story I saw on BBC about a British couple using an Indian surrogate.

Usually, my inspiration is a question. What happens when? What happens when you try to commit suicide and live - what happens to your family? (Serving Crazy with Curry)

These days I am also painting and since I am new to it and I get inspired by other painters, by photographs...something I feel. (less)
Amulya Malladi Thank you for your question. Arranged marriage is a theme in some of my novels - however, neither my parents nor I have had an arranged marriage. My h…moreThank you for your question. Arranged marriage is a theme in some of my novels - however, neither my parents nor I have had an arranged marriage. My husband is Danish.(less)
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A House for Happy Mothers

3.73 avg rating — 6,703 ratings — published 2016 — 13 editions
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The Mango Season

3.60 avg rating — 4,233 ratings — published 2003 — 16 editions
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Serving Crazy with Curry

3.62 avg rating — 2,410 ratings — published 2004 — 13 editions
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A Breath of Fresh Air

3.88 avg rating — 1,947 ratings — published 2002 — 14 editions
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The Copenhagen Affair

3.65 avg rating — 1,329 ratings — published 2017 — 6 editions
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The Sound of Language

3.92 avg rating — 1,231 ratings — published 2007 — 11 editions
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Song of the Cuckoo Bird

3.80 avg rating — 887 ratings — published 2005 — 8 editions
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The Nearest Exit May Be Beh...

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A Death in Denmark (Gabriel...

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"I was fortunate to be able to read this entertaining mystery novel as an ARC via Netgalley. I am a sucker for crime novels or mystery novels from Ireland or Northern European countries and this one did not let me down. Perhaps the extended hours of d" Read more of this review »
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"A Death in Denmark is a fascinating political thriller set in present-day Denmark, with interesting historical flashbacks to Nazi crimes during their WWII Europe regime. Fans of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo will love this spy thriller.

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"Past and present collide in this tense Nordic thriller about a Danish PI investigating the links between a Muslim refugee convicted of murder and a powerful politician with a Nazi-sympathizer past. Filled with vivid imagery and beautiful prose, A DEA" Read more of this review »
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“But sometimes when you wore a mask for a very long time, it became your face.”
Amulya Malladi, Serving Crazy with Curry

“Time made apologies and absolution unnecessary. Time didn't really heal, it just made bad memories distant so that the brain couldn't recapture the lost pain”
Amulya Malladi, A Breath of Fresh Air

“I had always thought that the relationships we make strangers are the hardest and the relationships we have with family the easiest. For me the opposite had been true. The family I was born into was not really my family anymore, while the family I made for myself out of strangers was mine.”
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“But sometimes when you wore a mask for a very long time, it became your face.”
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“I had always thought that the relationships we make strangers are the hardest and the relationships we have with family the easiest. For me the opposite had been true. The family I was born into was not really my family anymore, while the family I made for myself out of strangers was mine.”
Amulya Malladi, A Breath of Fresh Air

“If they were not Indian, Devi was sure they’d be divorced.”
Amulya Malladi, Serving Crazy with Curry

“Time made apologies and absolution unnecessary. Time didn't really heal, it just made bad memories distant so that the brain couldn't recapture the lost pain”
Amulya Malladi, A Breath of Fresh Air

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