By Avirook Sen
The murders that gripped the nation
Seven years in the past a teenage lady, Aarushi Talwar, was once discovered murdered in her bed room in Noida, a middle-class suburb of Delhi. The physique of the leading suspect—the kinfolk servant, Hemraj—was found an afternoon later. Who had dedicated the double murders, and why? inside weeks, Aarushi’s mom and dad, the Talwars, have been accused; 4 years later, they went on trial and have been convicted.
But did they do it?
Avirook Sen attended the trial, accessed very important files and interviewed all of the players—from Aarushi’s neighbors to Hemraj’s outdated boss, from the investigators to the forensic scientists—to write a meticulous and chilling ebook that reads like a mystery but in addition tells a narrative that's horrifyingly precise. Aarushi is the definitive account of a sensational crime, and the research and trial that undefined.
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Aarushi by Avirook Sen