A Legal Murder Mystery by Kirit and Rohan Panwala, “Theory of Suspicion” is making ripples in literary world
"Theory of Suspicion" is a judicial murder mystery, a genre that includes dramatic tales, explosive courtroom drama, and deep puzzles. At its heart, the book delves into the interesting concept of a judge who proposes a bold theory: that the present need to prove a case beyond a reasonable doubt is unnecessary, and that an accused should be convicted even if just suspected. But as suspicion creeps into his personal life, everything goes wrong.
New Delhi : A new star has emerged in the realm of pacy investigative whodunits, dubbed “Theory of Suspicion.” This legal murder mystery, co-authored by the remarkable combination of Kirit Panwala and Rohan Panwala, both professional attorneys and first-time writers from Surat in south Gujarat, has been making waves in the literary landscape, grabbing readers with its fascinating storyline and engaging research.
“Theory of Suspicion” is a judicial murder mystery, a genre that includes dramatic tales, explosive courtroom drama, and deep puzzles. At its heart, the book delves into the interesting concept of a judge who proposes a bold theory: that the present need to prove a case beyond a reasonable doubt is unnecessary, and that an accused should be convicted even if just suspected. But as suspicion creeps into his personal life, everything goes wrong.
The plot develops as the judge clashes with a great defence counsel over his ridiculous hypothesis. When a murder happens inside the judge’s own family, the defence attorney dresses up as an investigator, putting his keen intellect to work to uncover the strange happenings in their life.
The novel is largely concerned with suspense, intrigue, and legal manoeuvring. However, it also focuses on topics of love, passion, relationships, and human behaviour quirks. This has won it a distinct position among book fans’ must-reads.
The book’s co-authors are a father-son team with a thriving law practise in South Gujarat. Panwala Senior, with his 46-year-old practise, is a story invention expert. Panwala Junior, a voracious reader with 18 years of legal experience, adds complexity and refinement to the table. They present a real and creative perspective on whodunnits, keeping the inquiry pacy and engaging without sacrificing authenticity, which is so common in modern literature and OTT material, due to their extensive knowledge in criminal law. The novel avoids tinkering with legal and forensic concepts in the name of ‘creative freedoms,’ while yet delivering a logical flow of events that culminates in a jaw-dropping, thrilling denouement.
This literary treasure has not gone unnoticed by readers, and reviews have been coming in on sites like Amazon and Goodreads, proving the users’ delight in investing their time.
The future seems bright for “Theory of Suspicion.” Readers will have the chance to engage with Kirit Panwala and Rohan Panwala at book signings, readings, book fairs, and other events to dig further into the world of this book and the writers’ thoughts. Junior Panwala, Rohan, a poet and screenwriter, is more active on social media and is never afraid to engage in interaction with readers and customers. He claims that Instagram is the greatest method to reach him.
“Theory of Suspicion” by Kirit and Rohan Panwala is a literary success that has caught readers’ hearts and minds. It has become a must-read for anyone who love outstanding fiction in the legal murder mystery genre, thanks to its fascinating storyline, legal complexities, and the writers’ distinct voices. Keep an eye out for forthcoming events, and don’t pass up the chance to see “Theory of Suspicion” for yourself.