The subject or rapes and murders that Thaver has chosen is a sensitive one, and yet he handles it with dignity and sensitivity, the same way that he has while covering countless such unfortunate incidents while on the job. It is very easy to cross the line with such subjects and describe scenes of sexual assault or murder in gory detail simply to keep the reader hooked, but Thaver steers clear of it. Instead, he chooses to focus on the nitty gritties of crime detection and investigation, which do an equally effective job of retaining the reader’s attention till the very end.
Did you know that there is one rape every 16 minutes in India? A blood-stained, yellow dupatta is lying among the dried leaves in a forest. It is the prime witness in a rape case but the police didn’t find it because the dupatta didn’t want to be found. Ever wondered why? Read on to know more.
After that day, each time he demanded her body, she would silently give in like a scapegoat in the lion’s lair. Raped by her own uncle, betrayed by her mother, Anju had nowhere to go.