Synopsis: How well do you know your loved ones?
A girl who’s trying to cope with the murders of her mother and five-year-old brother.
A journalist who is chasing the ghost of a potential serial killer.
A thirteen-year-old girl who slaughters her parents.
And a revenge-driven psychopath who is about to destroy everyone’s life.
A psychological thriller that weaves its way through the sadistic past of a traumatized child to the snare of dark mysteries of a beloved father.
Before we get into the nitty-gritty of who Heena is, lets talk about Deceived.
Over the next couple of months we’ll be rolling out more information on the release of Deceived by Heena Rathore P.
As most of you know, we at Thrice Read are fantasy buffs, but recently have been pulled to the dark side that is psychological thrillers. Heena, who pulls heavily from Stephen King and Sidney Sheldon, has written and is releasing a hell of a thriller.
When we first saw the cover Decieved (and coupled it with what we already know about the story), it became one our most anticipated books of the year. The cover screams thriller and we can’t imagine what deceived will have in store for its readers. All we really know, is that we’ll be in for a wild ride.
While we eagerly await the ARC release, we’ll just have to live with looking at this beautiful (and yet, really (good) creepy) cover.
Now for the second most important question of the post (because obviously what the book is about is the most important question):
Who is Heena Rathore P.?
Heena Rathore P. is a 25-year-old full-time novelist, part-time Social Media Strategist, Novel Critique, Book Reviewer and a YouTube Podcaster.
As mentioned before, she draws her inspiration from the works of legendary Stephen King and Sidney Sheldon.
She is an introvert, a thinker, a neat freak, a voracious reader and a GSD-lover. In her free time, she loves watching apocalyptic, thriller and slasher movies and series.
She lives in Pune with her beloved husband in a house full of books, music, and love.
She loves creating fictional worlds, but more than that she loves living in them.