Gema Ibarra modelo para la portada del libro Secret Life Of Item Girl by Richa Lakhera. Fotografía realizada y Copyright de Edward Olive
Una foto analógica de medio formato de Edward Olive fotógrafo de Madrid España con cámara de época Hasselblad 500cm con Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm f2.8 t* (como modelo: bailarina Gema Ibarra de la escuela de baile Baila Sin Parar) ha sido elegida para la fotografía de portada de libro del nuevo thriller "Item Girl" de la escritora Richa Lakhera published publicado por Rupa Publications India.
Fine art medium format expired film photograph by Edward Olive photographer from Madrid Spain using vintage Hasselblad 500cm camera with Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm f2.8 t* (with model dancer Gema Ibarra from the dance Academy Baila Sin Parar) has been chosen as the book cover photo for the new Thriller "Item Girl" from Indian author Richa Lakhera published by Rupa Publications India.
"Item Girl" from Indian author Richa Lakhera with cover photo by Edward Olive has been invited to participate in Crime Writers Festival 2015.
"Item Girl" de la escritora india Richa Lakhera con foto de portada de Edward Olive has ha sido invitado a participar en Crime Writers Festival 2015.
Richa Lakhera is a TV journalist by profession, an inorganic chemist by education, and an artist by passion. She lives in New Delhi and Mumbai with her husband and daughter. She is an Associate Editor at NDTV and her debut novel was Garbage Beat.
Sunheri and Suhana twin sisters who share a horrific childhood get caught up in a vortex of pain and deceit when Sunheri, a popular item girl in Bollywood, is accused of murdering her vicious uncle and is sent to jail. Suhana, an aspiring filmmaker, is determined to seek justice for her sister but comes up against Kala, their stepmother, who has hatched diabolical plans of her own. And when three other manipulative item girls Nargis, Digital Dolly and Daisy are identified as key eyewitnesses in Sunheri's case, the matter only becomes more complicated.
"ITEM GIRL is India's first Bodice-ripper. Bollywood’s new genre "Choli-ripper" – Farrukh Dhondy
ITEM GIRL is a compelling whodunit. Highly recommended for fans of the crime genre - Madhur Bhandarkar"
"In her second book on Indian entertainment industry Richa delves into the dark side of the seductive world of Glamour." - Irrfan Khan
A disturbing world full of twisted characters. This Item Girl is not just an item. This is feature film material! - Hansal Mehta
"Dark..Edgy..Twisted..Toxic! She takes you to the darkest of places into the savageness of human heart! - Tisca Chopra
Item Girl - Crime Thriller Murder Mystery Sunheri and Suhana, twin sisters who share a horrific childhood, are caught in a vortex of pain and deceit when Sunheri, a popular item girl in Bollywood, is accused of murdering her vicious uncle and sent to jail. Suhana, an aspiring filmmaker, is determined to seek justice for her sister but Kala, their evil stepmother, makes matters worse with diabolical plans of her own. The plot thickens when three manipulative item girls—Nargis, Digital Dolly and Daisy—are identified as key eyewitnesses in Sunheri’s case. Throw into the mix a brutal blackmailer, a cruel boyfriend, a cynical journalist who knows too much, and a hardboiled cop, and what you have is a mind-bending psychological thriller that will hold you hostage until the end. There is not a dull moment in Item Girl, an intense, gripping account of the dark side of showbiz.