Nish Amarnath books in order
Nish Amarnath is an American journalist, speaker, social justice advocate, and the author of the bestselling psychological thriller, Victims For Sale (HarperCollins) nominated for the Mumbai Film Festival Word-to-Screen Award and critically reviewed in the US as reminiscent of Megan Abbott and Patricia Highsmith.
Nish's writings have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo, MSN Money, The Big Thrill Magazine, The Thrill Begins, Newsweek (now International Business Times) and the Washington, D.C. based literary journal, Del Sol Review, to mention a few.
Nish is a faculty member of the New York Writers Workshop and has shared her voice at many platforms including the Algonkian NYC Writer Conferences, U.S. State Department affiliates and the United Nations. She majored in Economics with Distinction and holds post-graduate degrees in media communications and business journalism from the London School of Economics and Political Science and Columbia University, where she was a Margot Naylor Scholar and a James W. Robins Reporting Fello, respectively. The former Londoner lives and writes in New York City.
Genres: Crime Suspense, Psychological Thriller
- Victims for Sale (2018)
- Twin Flame ()
- Scoop on Capitol Hill ()
- Bitch on Wheels ()
Detailed book overview
Sandy Raman, a correspondent for the BBC, lives as a paying guest with the Sawants, a normal and seemingly quiet Indian family. Or so she thought. All that presumption goes out the window when she is woken up to a woman with a knife, and a sinister secret.
When Sandy decides to initiate a sting operation on a home for the differently abled, she is able to join the dots between an institute acting as a front for something evil and the mysterious family hosting her.
She must expose the faces behind the thriving sex ring before it’s too late.
First Release: 2018
Publisher: Harper Black
Sherry was diagnosed with type-1 diabetes at the age of five. Zealous for Math, she hopes that her passion will to find a cure for conditions such as hers.
Years later, when she comes across a painting of a boy trapped in a snowstorm, Sherry’s only wish is for the boy in the picture to come to life; a wish that is fulfilled when she meets an orphaned Austrian Jewish writer by the name Shaddy.
When he encourages her to relook at the self-initiated concentric model of electromagnetism that she had abandoned as a teenager, this marks the beginning of a great spiritual awakening and steadfast love that will stand firm in the face of great adversity.
A bipolar woman in Virginia wants to take her life away, convinced that her husband no longer desires her.
In the Oval Office, a father is concerned about his daughter's well being, not to mention the fact that he is the Commander-in-Chief.
A womanizing politician is bribed with a Bahamas vacation, but only if he manages to buy shares in a U.S. Company on the verge of acquiring majority stake in a Russian oil bellwether caught up in a corruption scandal.
In New York, a news editor who recently lost her job struggles to save her marriage as she continues to investigate a multi-billion dollar deal that ruined her career.
A business mogul in the Russian capital is on a mission to get hold of get hold of classified information from the U.S.
The actions of these individuals is about to entwine with mysterious synchronicity.
Fed up with her an unstable career on Wall Street, Natasha "Nat" Gideon moves to New Delhi; a misogynistic society at the time full of political intrigue and economic uncertainty.
Amrik Suri, infamously known as the Ice Queen of an ad-mad era, is the head of Asia-Pacific at an affiliate of Paris-based Lumière Groupe, and one of the most powerful image icons there is.
When the two women cross paths after Nat is appointed as an Associate Director at the agency, what follows is a power struggle that leaves a chain of ruins in its wake.
Will Nat be able to save herself before it's too late?