Arunabha Sengupta

Arunabha Sengupta

Arunabha Sengupta (born 1973) is an Indian novelist. He has written 4 novels and one collection of short stories. He is also a cricket historian and the Chief Cricket Writer at[1]


  • Labyrinth - a novel about the Software Industry (iUniverse, Inc. June 5, 2006) ISBN 0-595-39697-6 (First published by Writers Workshop India [1])

"True picture of the Indian workplace" - Book Review India, vol 30 No 7 July 6[2]

This novel worked its way to reach no. 26 in the best seller list of in the Technothriller Category on 1 January 2007.

  • Bowled Over - Stories Between the Covers[2]

Both listed in the Journal of Commonwealth Literature[3]

  • Big Apple 2 Bites[3] (Frog Books, Mumbai March 2007) ISBN 81-88811-98-X [4][5][6]

- a novel combining the worlds of Software, Love and Aikido and set against the backdrop of 9/11. (The author himself is a first dan black belt in Kobayashi Aikido.)

  • The Best Seller[4] Createspace November 2010 ISBN 978-1-4538-0398-1

- A novel set in Amsterdam, dealing with, among others, the travels and travails of a struggling writer in the murky publishing world. ForeWord Reviews[7] rated the novel 5 stars.

  • Sherlock Holmes and the Birth of The Ashes[5] Best Mysteries August 2015 ISBN 978-9-4922-0301-4 [8]

- A Sherlock Holmes pastiche involving the legendary fictional detective in the backdrop of the epochal 1882 Test match at The Oval.

  • His writing also appears alongside luminaries like Khushwant Singh and Pritish Nandy in Lessons on Lessons - a collection of essays on the insights gained from the biographical work Lessons by P. Lal


  1. ^ Cricket Country. "Chief Cricket Writer at CricketCountry". Retrieved September 24, 2012. 
  2. ^ Book Review India
  3. ^ JCL 2005
  4. ^ The Tribune
  5. ^ The Dawn
  6. ^ Journal of Commonwealth Literature 2008 by Shyamala Narayan
  7. ^ ForeWord Reviews
  8. ^ Review on Cricketcountry

External links

  • Author's home page