This book is a work of fiction inspired by real characters, real events and real memories of authorâ€™s personal life. The people that have been the source of inspiration for this story are properly given credit at the end of the book. â€œThe story is set in U.S. and begins with a normal 19 Year old teenager, David Wright. Heâ€™s studying French in college. He lives with his friends in a rented compartment, far away from his house. He is a big fan of movies Marvel, DC and all other fictional and charismatic characters. And he acts as â€œWhat would Sherlock Holmes do?â€ when he finds something suspicious. He is not good at sports and at most of the things. But he claims of being good in academics (weâ€™ll see what happens in next chapters about it). He is hilarious at describing things and his analogies are marvelously stupid. A golden haired girl Jane is welcomed warmly into his rented apartment. She plays the â€œFamily- cardâ€ to get the entry inside. Jane once he refers as Alexandra Daddario makes her believe that she is telling truth about everything. He claims to be untouched by a single girl, but this claim doesnâ€™t hold for long. Jane talks about some assignment. He sticks to the girl and follows her everywhere blindly. The journey with her begins in a BMW. And thatâ€™s where the chaos enters into his sweet, cute, silly life. At the end of the chapter 1, the boy finds himself betrayed and framed into kidnapping of an infant girl.â€ FROM THE AUTHOR- Many reviews have been really exciting and full of appraisal. You can see most of them at the cover page. Other than â€œGreat debutâ€, â€œLoved the contentâ€, â€œGreat storyâ€, they are- â€œFirst of its kindâ€, â€œSpellboundâ€, â€œDid this really happen to you?â€, â€œWhat next?â€, â€œO, I love this stupid bastardâ€, â€œheâ€™s no Sherlock Holmes, heâ€™s Cherlock Omchâ€. When I gave it to a person who personally knows me from my childhood, â€œThis is so you, broâ€ is what I received. Update: This book will soon be translated in other languages.