Dance of Death
Three stories—one of a demi-god, a Swamiji on trial for murdering his followers, the other, of a young law graduate, racked by nightmares and Fits, and that of a judge whose entire family is threatened because he is presiding on the Swami’s case—come together in strange ways... ...and raise a few questions: Where is the Swami’s wife, the only witness to the case? Why does the young man not respond to treatment? Why does every judge die or leave soon after he takes up the Swamiji’s case? The mystery slowly begins to unravel as the story progresses and out tumbles a shocking tale of horror, black magic and hypnotism...
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