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Publisher's Summary

Some love stories are one shade darker.

At 27, Kiyan Roy is the mysterious, reclusive best-selling author of Handcuffs - an erotic trilogy.

When he appears publicly before his readers for the first time, Kiyan starts getting stalked by a seductive and alluring girl across cities, book events, hotels, luncheons, and media interviews. Soon, he becomes obsessed by her and falls for her charms. The first time they sleep together, the girl gifts him something that is the first step to his doom. Kiyan soon realizes this girl is not who she says she is, but is it already too late to rectify his mistakes?

Black Suits You is a gripping, fast-paced, and a clever psycho-sexual thriller that will keep you guessing till the end.

©2016 Novoneel Chakraborty (P)2018 Random House Audio

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Amazing twist & turn, Unpredictable climax and Soothing narration. Must read, even if you are not into fiction and thrillers.

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unexpected twist... erotic thriller neatly framed, if you think you know about your life partner, think again.

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  • Sajitha Sajan
  • 07-10-19

Confusing

I am writing this review before finishing the audiobook as I couldn't stop myself mentioning about the confusion it creates. First of all I have listened to few of Novoneel's book and the lead characters are females.... then why not a female narrator. Secondly, as per the summary the story is about Kiyan Roy and should revolve around him, ideally he should be the one narrating the story. In the first few chapters (as I haven't completed the book, don't know if it will go on through out the book) when the narration switch to the story about a girl from Kiyan, you don't know. You feel like you missed something..... is very confusing.

As the suspense is interesting will continue to listen and may change my review and the rating once I finish the book.

So I finished the book. Except for the narration and a slight confusion here and there.... its a really good suspense. No a usual or predictable ending. Changed my story review from 3 to 5. But not a fan of narration by Akshay. Listening to "Forever is a lie" narrated by Akshay..... still hate the narration.