Sanjay Bahadur holds a Masters in economics and business administration.
His new novel Bite of the Black Dogs, a military action thriller based on real-life Special Forces operations in Kashmir is scheduled to hit book stores in July 2017.

He is an officer of the Indian Revenue Service since 1989. His debut novel, The Sound of Water, a literary fiction, was longlisted for the inaugural Man Asian Literary Prize 2007. It was published in India and internationally in 2009. His second novel, Hul – Cry Rebel, a historical fiction, was published in 2013. Both have received critical acclaim in reputed publications like Kirkus Review, India Today, Outlook and many others. His third and forthcoming novel is titled Bite of the Black Dogs, a military action thriller based on real-life Special Forces operations in Kashmir. It is scheduled to release on 22nd July, 2017.

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THE SOUND OF WATER

Written by a former director of the Indian Ministry of Coal, and loosely based on the disastrous flood at the Bagdihi colliery in 2001, which trapped and killed dozens of miners, The Sound of Water is written with both an insider’s authority and rare literary style.

Hul: Cry Rebel

When the ancient ways of a peaceful but brave tribe is threatened by the arrogance of an empire, savagery of the "civilised" and greed of the affluent, the only thing left to do is rise in rebellion.

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Forthcoming novel, Bite of the Black Dogs to be released in July 2017

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