Natasha Mehra Must Die by Anand Sivakumaran

A 14-year-old girl is butchered in a high school shooting.
A 72-year-old woman is throttled at home.
A 7-year-old child is crushed into the concrete by a trash dumper.

The only thing common between all of them: their name.  

Someone is slaughtering every woman, girl, and child named Natasha Mehra . . .

Which is what Natasha Mehra, the most unpopular girl on campus, discovers. Though she’s always hated her name, she would’ve never imagined that it would be the reason she would be on the run from a gruesome death. 

But these murders aren’t random acts of madness. Rather, they are part of a conspiracy hatched by the Kul, an all-powerful secret organisation with tentacles everywhere. And the success or failure of this 2000-year-old mission will determine the future of humankind . . .

‘Anand’s new Natasha saga spans two millennia, 
he has made it possible – writing with childlike zeal a profound story – to bring down the boundaries of time. ‘Natasha Mehra Must Die’unleashes the threat of 
historic legacy onto your contemporary world. It’s a thrilling read for all ages, at any time.’

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