COVER REVEAL: Eleventh Hour by S. Hussain Zaidi

Hi Everyone!

I'm so please to be one of the bloggers revealing the cover for Hussaid Zaidi's latest crime thriller, Eleventh Hour. I haven't read Hussain Zaidi's previous books, but I'm slowly developing a taste for more and more thrillers (especially after Swear You Won't Tell by Vedashree Khambete Sharma and I Let You Go by Claire Mackintosh) and this one sounds quite interesting. 

So, without further ago, please find the GORGEOUS cover of Eleventh Hour:


HOW ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS IS THIS? I love the colour combinations, and the dark, atmospheric shades of Blue and Black in the cover, that are contrasted with a bright yellow!
Title: Eleventh Hour
Author: S. Hussain Zaidi
Publisher: HarperCollins India
Publication Date: June 25th 2018
Buy Links: Amazon IN
Description: THERE ARE TWO SIDES TO EVERY STORY…New Delhi, 2017. It is nine years since the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai and the wounds have still not healed. Especially not for Superintendent of Police Vikrant Singh. Now with the National Investigation Agency, Vikrant manages a meeting with Pakistani High Commissioner Zakir Abdul Rauf Khan, who is on a visit to India. While Vikrant claims he only wants to appeal to Khan to speed up the process of bringing the culprits to book, he ends up landing a blow on the high commissioner’s face. Meanwhile, in Bhopal, five members of the Indian Mujahideen, arrested by Vikrant for planning terrorist attacks in Mumbai, break out of the Central Jail. Vikrant, recently dismissed for the incident that was a diplomatic disaster, is unofficially asked to assist the team tracking the escaped terrorists. In another part of the country, a retired professor, a heartbroken ex-soldier and a young woman dealing with demons of her own embark on a journey of self-discovery aboard a cruise liner from Mumbai to Lakshadweep. Fate, however, has other plans, and the cruise liner is hijacked. Racy and riveting, this is Hussain Zaidi at his best.
S. Hussain Zaidi is a veteran of investigative, crime and terror reporting. His previous books include Black Friday, Mafia Queens of Mumbai, Dongri to Dubai, Byculla to Bangkok and Mumbai Avengers, some of which have been adapted into Bollywood films. Hussain Zaidi lives with his family in Mumbai.
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