ACCLAIM FOR ONE HUNDRED SHADES OF WHITE: 'A rich, evocative tale.' Company "A heart-warming read about families, forgiveness, carving futures and filtering truth." Guardian 'A great read. Fast, funny and full of life' Shyama Perera, author of I Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet 'A genuinely moving novel...like the bottled spices that play such a role, this has all its ingredients in just the right quantities to spirit away all negative emotions.' Daily Express 'A luscious book, made lush with spices. Kindnesses and friendships abound, but so do hardships and hard knocks' Oxford Times 'She writes evocatively about childhood and there are passages of tight and lyrical immediacy...Moving description packs a powerful punch in this book about family, forgiveness and the power of truth.' Guardian GYPSY MASALA 'A little gem of fiction...a mystic and beautifully lyrical book' New Woman ONE HUNDRED SHADES OF WHITE 'A carefully woven tale that's exceedingly good' Company 'A dynamic author.' Good Housekeeping 'A sensuous and poignant novel...enchanting.' Sainsbury's magazine 'An absorbing novel about mothers, daughters, food and truth.' Closer
About the Author
Preethi Nair was born in Southern India but raised in London, where she now lives. Following a career as a management consultant, she gave it all up to self-publish her first novel, GYPSY MASALA, which received tremendous publicity. She now writes full time.