Blue Jeans

-Binding: Paperback
-Language: English
-Publication Year: 2022
-Author: Dr. Manisha Saxena
-Product Code: VPG20266



A high voltage thriller set in an oceanic paradise, Blue Jeans sends the blood fizzing with its thrilling twists and turns!

Vinita Dawra Nangia, – Executive Editor, The Times of India

An intriguing plot, slow-burning mystery with action, energy and gutsy suspense. A must read.

Nona Walia, Journalist & Author.


Jean, a beautiful blonde, sets foot in Goa and then mysteriously changes hotels and guises. Susan, a French tourist staying at Jean’s hotel, is found unconscious on the Baga beach. Casa Rio, a 450 year old Portuguese villa, converted into a lively hotel after the last land lady Amelia Rodrigues’ demise, thirteen years ago, suddenly comes into prominence. Who is Jean and what interests her in Goa? Is she an Indian albino or there is a mystery behind her origins? Is Banerjee, the handsome traveller Jean meets at a high end discotheque, trustworthy or a notorious drug peddler?

Enmeshed in intrigues, the plot twists between Susan’s case and Jean’s mission. Set in the gorgeous state of Goa with mesmerizing beaches, magnificent villas and rave parties, Blue Jeans is wrapped in mystery and mystique with a strong and bold storyline.

About The Author

Dr. Manisha Saxena is a novelist, paediatrician, YouTube travel blogger and person of many talents. After the debut success of Natal Fault, a contemporary fiction with a classic bend, she has penned the crime thriller Blue Jeans. Her poems and articles have been published in The Times of India, Outlook Traveller magazine and Citizen Journalist CNN IBN. She has received ‘Women’s Pride Award’ for outstanding performance in the field of literature. Good at public speaking she has delivered book talks at prestigious institutions like IIM Ahmedabad and litfests like Ahmedabad International Literature Festival.

SKU: VPG20266
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Weight 0.9 kg
Dimensions 13 × 2 × 20 in

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