Shabnam Minwalla writes for newspapers, plays mother to three teenagers, devours murder mysteries and shops for sarees. But her favourite activities are writing books for children and seeking out ghosts, stories and bargains in her beloved Mumbai. Her popular books include The Six Spellmakers of Dorabji Street, What Maya Saw and the Nimmi series. Her two latest books are Saira Zariwala is Afraid and the murder-mystery Murder at Daisy Apartments. Shabnam has spoken and conducted workshops and book readings at several literature festivals in India.
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