“The Taj was a monument to love, as Kesh claimed. But the wrong love. For better or for worse, Simon blamed Raj for his mother’s untimely death … Asking Simon to make his design for the community center look more like the Taj Mahal was as good as asking him to sketch it in the shape of his mother’s murderer.”
Enjoy reading a short excerpt from The Bird's Nest. Chapters 1 & 2 set the stage for this exciting story set in Sompur, India.
Photo right: Rabindranath Tagore’s house in Kolkata, India, which is the model for Behera House in "The Bird's Nest." (photo credit: www.padhaaro.com)Download PDF