July 1

Hussain Zaidi's new novel a tribute to men in uniform.
Crime writer Hussain Zaidi pays tribute to the men in uniform in his new novel "Eleventh Hour".
The book is inspired by and derived from real-life events - a vast stash of RDX that has remained undiscovered since the Mumbai serial blasts of 1993 and the agencies totally clueless about it; the jailbreak in Bhopal of five men; the hijacking of an Indian ship and a commercial vessel by Somali pirates and Pakistan's designs to spread terror in India.
Soon after 26/11, Superintendent of Police Singh was transferred to the Intelligence Bureau on deputation, something he had always wanted. He threw himself into the world of surveillance and monitoring like a man possessed, using all his source-building and investigation skills with the sole motive of preventing another 26/11.

July 10

The book “Winning Like Sourav: Think & Succeed Like Ganguly” has been written by Abhirup Bhattacharya.
Sourav Ganguly turned 46 years on 8th July 2018. Abhirup Bhattacharya has previously authored “Winning Like Virat: Think and Success Like Kohli”.
This book speaks about Sourav Ganguly’s trust on talented youngsters that gained India one of its greatest cricketers of all times – Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Sourav Ganguly is also credited for encouraging players like Yuvraj Singh, Mohammed Kaif, Zaheer Khan, Virender Sehwag, Harbhajan Singh and building the concepts of ‘Team India’ and 'Men in Blue'.

July 18

J.K. Rowling to deliver a new Robert Galbraith/Cormoran Strike mystery.
The detective created by J.K. Rowling, writing under the name Robert Galbraith, returns in a new mystery, "Lethal White," (Mulholland Books).
A TV adaptation, "CB Strike," is currently airing on Cinemax, with Tom Burke as the gruff British P.I. who lost his lower leg in Afghanistan, and Holliday Grainger as his secretary and sidekick, Robin Ellacott.

July 25

Ramachandra Guha pens 'the most ambitious book' on Mahatma Gandhi.
Renowned historian and author of several bestselling books, including the highly acclaimed "India After Gandhi" and "Gandhi Before India", Ramachandra Guha has penned a new book on the father of the nation.
Billed as the most definitive new biography of Gandhi, the upcoming book is titled "Gandhi: The years that changed the world (1914-1948)" and will be published by Penguin Random House India.