Anjali\'s plain and staid life suddenly turns into a whirlpool when she befriends four very different individuals, leading distinct lifestyles. Slowly and steadily, they entrap Anjali into their lives. Anjali becomes the nucleus of their existence. She witnesses their lives from the ringside, and draws vicarious pleasure in their passionate love affairs. Then Anjali inadvertently becomes a mute witness to their plotting of four bizarre murders. Will Anjali be able to extricate herself from the tentacles of her four friends, or is the fabric of their relationship so intricately woven, that Anjali can only be drawn deeper into the sinister labyrinth? Incognito is a compelling psychological thriller; this hair-raising tale will keep you hooked from start to finish.
About the Author
Lata Gwalani who was born in Pondicherry, grew up partly in Delhi and in Zambia. She returned to India to S.I.E.S. College, Mumbai, where she obtained her undergraduate degree and went on to specialise in Mass Communication and Journalism in Pune. She has been in a steady relationship with the French language, beginning with her Birth Certificate, through her stay in Africa and well up to the time she visited Paris last year.After almost a decade of active journalism with leading publications, she discovered her passion in the depths of the human mind and psyche. Now, a Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioner and an EI specialist, she runs Human Impact Training and Consulting Pvt. Ltd, a company that specialises in behavioural training. She is also trained in Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT). She lives in Mumbai with her four-member family — husband, son, mother-in-law and her four-legged daughter, Sera, a German Shepherd.When not conducting training workshops, she writes articles for numerous publications, runs half marathons and has successfully got three marathons under her soles. She speaks at numerous clubs and associations, does bharat natyam, and has an insatiable appetite for books. Incognito is her first novel.