People say my writing journey is as eclectic and full of surprises as my life. I agree. So far I have written in five genres, and have had the honour of being a consistent shot on bestseller lists for five consecutive years with five different books.
I feel a bit out of sorts when the media acknowledges me as the pioneer of the Indian military action thriller and techno-thriller or India’s literary storm trooper, India's Tom Clancy and India's No. 1 thrill machine, because I am just your average guy out to tell some interesting stories that engage, entertain, excite thought and sometimes, hopefully, inspire.
They started calling me the man with the Nostradamus touch, because a few of my books turned out to be uncannily prescient:
* LASHKAR (2008) predicted Bin Laden's presence in a safe house in Pakistan three years before it happened,
* SALIM MUST DIE (2009) predicted Bin Laden's capture by US Special Forces two years before the raid and the formation of the Indian NIA, and
* BLOWBACK (2010) predicted the bombing of the German Bakery in Pune.
I would love to hear your thoughts about my books. Especially if you have nice things to say ...