"We all have heard the saying, “don’t judge a book by its cover.” It is all well and good when you use it metaphorically, however, for books, covers do matter-a lot. How else are you going to judge something you haven’t read yet? That’s why books have titles and covers, they matter. When we’re browsing through e-books online it becomes even more crucial, because book cover is the first thing we will notice, and we all know how important first impressions are. If we like the cover, it catches our eye, then we will definitely click on it to read the blurb and may even decide to buy that book.
What type of book covers do you like?"
So I wasn't intending to use this for bingo, but is a quasi murder mystery. I mean there is a murder and kidnapping.
Bantwal is basing the story in part on a clinc that was found to have aborted girl fetus in a wall in India a few years back as well as the practice of gender selection abortion.
The plot is somewhat predictable, but what is totally enjoyable is the friendship among Isha and her sister in law, Shelia. Isha and her daughters are lovely characters. The conflict that Isha feels that only with her in laws and her own life is well done.