To ensure email delivery to your inbox, please add us to your address book or your safe list

Books of the Month: April 2017


Half-Open Windows

Ganesh Matkari (translated from the Marathi by Jerry Pinto)

ISBN: 9789386338358 | Price: INR 299


Curry: A Global History

Colleen Taylor Sen

ISBN: 9789386338839 | Price: INR 399

‘This is the first time in contemporary [Marathi] literature that today’s language, today’s lives, today’s lifestyle, today’s technology and today’s metropolis have been described with such precision and focus.
—Sahitya Suchi

An acclaimed contemporary Marathi novel, Half-Open Windows (Khidkya Ardhya Ughadya) is a striking portrait of India’s urban upper middle class on an obsessive quest for riches and prestige.


Curry is one of the most widely used—and misused—terms in the culinary lexicon.

Exploring the curry universe beyond India and Great Britain, her chronicles include the elegant, complex curries of Thailand; the exuberant curry/rotis of the Caribbean; kari/raisu, Japan’s favourite comfort food; Indonesian gulais and rendang; Malaysia’s delicious Nonya cuisine; and exotic Western hybrids such as American curried chicken salad, German currywurst, and Punjabi-Mexican-Hindu pizza.

Read more Read more

N  E  W  T  I  T  L  E  S

Vampire in Love: Stories
Enrique Vila-Matas
(translated by Margaret Jull Costa)

ISBN: 9789386338822 | Price: INR 399

‘Highly original, both lucid and ludic.’
—The Guardian

Enrique Vila-Matas is widely hailed by his peers and readers as one of the greatest writers of fiction in contemporary Spanish literature. Gathered for the first time in English, and spanning the author’s entire career, Vampire in Love offers a selection of Vila Matas’s finest short stories.

Eve Out of Her Ruins
Ananda Devi (translated by Jeffrey Zuckerman)

ISBN: 9789386338709 | Price: INR 299

‘A truly great writer.’
J.M.G. Le Clézio, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Eve Out of Her Ruins is a heartbreaking look at the dark corners of the island nation of Mauritius that tourists never see, and a poignant exploration of the construction of personhood at the margins of society. Awarded the prestigious Prix des cinq continents upon publication as the best book written in French outside of France.

Read more Read more

Sudhin N. Ghose, like his contemporaries Mulk Raj Anand, R.K. Narayan and Raja Rao, based his work on India, drawing material from the villages and towns of Bengal.

An impeccable prose stylist and a master of sprawling narratives which draw inspiration from myths, fables, legends and epics, Sudhin N. Ghose is among the greatest writers in Indian English literature.

The Vermilion Boat
Sudhin N. Ghose

ISBN: 9789386338587 | Price: INR 399

Flame of the Forest by Sudhin N. Ghose—last in a quartet that comprises And Gazelles Leaping, Cradle of the Clouds, and The Vermilion Boat—reintroduces his work to readers for the first time in more than half a century.

The coming-of-age story of a young person trying to find his way in life, The Flame of the Forest will appeal to all readers.

The Flame of the Forest
Sudhin N. Ghose

ISBN: 9789386338549 | Price: INR 350

Read more Read more

Unforeseen Desires
Anil Chopra

ISBN: 9789386338716 | Price: INR 299

Star of India
Alice Perrin

ISBN: 9789386338785 | Price: INR 299

The Winter Fortress
Neal Bascomb

ISBN: 9781784977054 | Price: INR 499

Foreword by Ruskin Bond

A charming, often poignant, novel that captures the lush beauty of Dehradun, Unforeseen Desires is a bittersweet coming-of-age story.

‘Perrin’s wonderful tales speak of the lives and afterlives of English sahibs as well as memsahibs ... In [her] hands, myth, magic, lores and mores combine into a complete whole...’
—The Tribune

‘A riveting, high-action World War II thriller ... Highly recommended.’
Douglas Brinkley
‘Bascomb's research and storytelling skills are first-rate ... a fine work’
Wall Street Journal

Read more Read more Read more

To view our complete list of titles please CLICK HERE and avail 10% discount on all books.

Prices are subject to change without notice.


   'The Exodus Is not Over: Migrations from the Ruptured Homelands of Northeast India’ by Nandita Haksar was released at Meiphung restaurant on January 25, 2017. The event was organized by Literati Bookshop in Goa. Click here

    Speaking Tiger’s Managing Editor Anurag Basnet had an interactive session with students on ‘The effects of plagiarism in the publishing industry’, at the Lancers International School on 22 of Feb, 2017. Click here

    Chandni Chowk: The Mughal City of Old Delhi by Swapna Liddle was launched at the India International Centre. The book release was followed by a conversation between the author and Gurcharan Das columnist, author and opinion leader. The discussion was moderated by acclaimed writer and historian William Dalrymple. Click here

    Speaking Tiger participated at the a school book fairs at The Shriram School, Aravali and The Shriram School, Moulsari in Gurgaon on 23rd & 24th March, 2017. Click here

    Speaking Tiger author, Prerna Singh Bindra was at the Pathways World School Noida. She had a fun and interactive session with students about her book When I Grow Up I Want To Be A Tiger. She also discussed conservation of wildlife in India. Click here


Speaking Tiger Publishing Pvt Ltd


4381/4, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi 110002, India

Phone: +91-11-47472600


Plot No. 57, 1st Floor, Sector-1, Shirvane Service Industries, Nerul, Navi Mumbai 400706, Maharashtra, India

Phone: +91-22-27714211; Email:



C22, Brigade MM KR Road, Jayanagar 7th Block, Bengaluru 560070, Karnataka, India

Phone: +91-080-26762129; Email:


Dhrubajyoti Bhattacharjee




Nayan Kakoty



R. L. Narasimhan




Venu. P


Visit us:



Let's Get Social! We are ready to connect with you. Our social media channels are brimming with Speaking Tiger news. Follow or like us by clicking on the icons above.


We hope you enjoy receiving our news and special offer emails from Speaking Tiger, but if you would prefer not to receive these emails, please click unsubscribe.