New York, NY – Internationally-acclaimed author Tejas Desai released his latest novel, “The Dance Towards Death,” yesterday, September 16, 2020, and it immediately rose to top the Bestseller List. “The Dance Towards Death,” the third in Desai’s trilogy “The Brotherhood Chronicle,” is available on Amazon and wherever books are sold.
The third book in Desai’s trilogy, “The Dance Towards Death” carries on the exciting story of former private investigator Niral Solanke and several survivors of a complex international criminal world that spans Thailand, India, Australia, New York City and the American South.
Desai expertly combines Hindu-Buddhist philosophy with gritty dialogue, lushly described settings, informative details and an action-filled plot, and concludes this epic journey with a series of powerful climaxes. Called a “must-read” and “literary rollercoaster ride” by critics, “The Dance Towards Death” picks up where bestseller and Pencraft Award-winning “The Brotherhood” and “The Run and Hide.”
About Tejas Desai
Tejas Desai is the author of “The Brotherhood Chronicle,” an international crime trilogy with Hindu/Buddhist themes, and “The Human Tragedy,” a series of short story collections that creates a panoramic portrait of American society. He is also the founder of The New Wei literary movement, which seeks to promote provocative and significant narrative artists that are determined to create oeuvres in their respective forms, and advocates a more dynamic multiculturalism in literature.
Desai has been published widely including in HuffPost and other publications. He currently works as a supervising librarian at Queens Public Library in New York City. He holds both a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing/Literary Translation and a Master of Library/Information Science from CUNY-Queens College in New York City. He is a graduate of Wesleyan University and The Bronx High School of Science, and studied abroad at the University of Oxford. He has won the Wesleyan Fiction Award, sponsored by Norman Mailer, and has been an honorable mention in the Princeton Poetry Contest.
Connect with Tejas on his website at http://tejas-desai.com or on Facebook.