Daughter by Court Order is the story of a woman fighting against treason, deceit, and power, only to be recognized as a daughter.
Summary of the Book
An apparently innocent comment over a cup of tea, and Aranya learns that her family has been fighting a decade-long legal battle over her grandfather’s vast estate. They had not only kept her in the dark all these years, but they also kept her very being out of the court’s knowledge! This is a tale of half-truths, betrayals and the unspooling of long concealed filthy family secrets. Aranya’s role as a single mother of two children is also disturbed by this. But there is one woman who is at the centre of this storm, one who, ever since the day Aranya was born, has had nothing but curses for her. She has deliberately kept her name out of the court, has wished her dead every day of her life, and refuses to acknowledge her existence.
About Ratna Vira
Ratna Vira is the daughter of Nalini Singh, senior journalist, and SPN Singh. She completed her master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She also has a master’s degree in English Literature from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi, along with an MBA. She currently lives in Gurgaon.
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12 Apr, 2015