"The Sudden Madness Of Shelly Q" Takes Readers On A Dreamy Trip Inside Madness, Mystery and Psychological Chaos

Top Quote "The Sudden Madness Of Shelly Q," a 13,000-word novelette takes readers to the edge of hallucinations, violence, death and chaos and then serves up an unusual climax. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 14, 2014 - "The Sudden Madness Of Shelly Q," Sunil Tinani's first novel is now available on Smashwords and Amazon.

    The action in this 13,000-word novelette takes place in India and Pakistan.

    Shelly Q, a leggy, good-looking, intelligent and manipulative model from India hooks Jabbar, a rich Pakistani tycoon's son. The couple decides to marry when all of a sudden a chaotic incident shakes Shelly's psychological foundation. She experiences a bout of hallucinations, turns violent and generally goes downhill from there on.

    The setting shifts from Pakistan to India but Shelly does not get any respite. Her fragile mind keeps getting rocked from time by one murder after another until it's time for the unusual denouement.

    The book takes readers on a dreamy trip full of death, destruction, deceit, greed and vengeance. The book, which is modeled on classic Hithcock-ian lines, also has the potential to be converted into a full-length motion picture.

    "The Sudden Madness Of Shelly Q" is available at:






    For a review copy of "The Sudden Madness Of Shelly Q," please contact

    Sunil Tinaniat sunil_tinani (at)yahoo(dot)com.

    About Sunil Tinani
    Sunil is a creative individual who has been ghostwriting for American companies and authors since 20 years. He previously operated a creative hotshop, Creative Literati, in Bangalore India, where he published magazines such as Levi's Cool Coed and IBM's Double Click.

    He has started writing novelettes in 2013, and this is his first self-published book.

    For more information on Sunil, please mail him:
    sunil_tinani(at)yahoo(dot) com.

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