The Sharp Mile

26 May

Dear Friends,

I am happy to share with you that I’ve written and published a story I built over a period of time.

‘The Sharp Mile’ is a thrilling voyage canvassed in an Indian city. At the outset it nose dives into a terrorist attack, of unprecedented intensity.
From the burnt ruins of peace, struggle of its protagonists; this story brings out a message with triumph. A message that is worth reading.

I take this opportunity in thanking my friends at for their valuable inputs in improving this manuscript.

Though it may be a little imperfect, being my first effort;  I cherish the story and its publishing as a special memory.
I invite you to read the book and live this story with me, as I have lived and honed for quite some time now.


Currently the work is available as an e-book via Amazon Kindle, Smashwords.
In just a few days it will be live at major online retailers such as Apple iBookstores, Barnes & Noble, Sony, Kobo, WH Smith and

Click here to download free Kindle ebook reading Apps for your Android phone/tablet, iPad, iPhone, Mac, Windows 8 PC/tablet, Blackberry or Windows Phone –

Following are the links to the book’s page at various online distribution platforms:
Amazon –
Smashwords –
Pothi – <link would be updated by May 28th>

I wish you a happy reading. Thank you so much !!



5 Responses to “The Sharp Mile”

  1. Saurabh Basu May 6, 2013 at 10:06 pm #

    Fantastic !!

  2. Rohan Lawrence D'souza October 22, 2013 at 6:32 pm #

    Hi Virendra,

    Great effort.

    You should check out the Australian Writer like Mathew Riley and India’s own Mukul Deva both of whom write military fiction that takes you into their world and don’t let go.

    As Newton said “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants”.



    • virendra1984 October 27, 2013 at 3:42 pm #

      Thanks a lot Rohan.
      I’ll check out the work of authors whom you’ve mentioned.


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