6th September: A Very Unknown Mysterious Story

6th September: A Very Unknown Mysterious Story is the debut short story by Bangladesh based writer Salman Aziz, who goes by the name AKA$H. The short story is a prequel to a yet to be published novel that simply wets the appetite for future servings of Aziz creative streak.

Above: Salman Aziz

The story is based on real life events in Bangladesh surrounding the tragic suicide of a teenage boy. Aabrar Rahman: Aabrar tragically took his own life with an overdose of sleeping pills, which on the surface appeared to be a desperate attempt to ease his pain and depression. The wider reason for his suicide remains unknown because his personal diary was lost by the irresponsibility of the investigating police, leaving a dark web of unanswered questions.

The story details how Aabrar killed himself and how things went badly wrong as the truth is realised by his own family that he leaves behind. Disturbingly, some people took advantage of his death and so many interesting things slowly begin to unravel.

Although the story is based on true life events the characters are totally fictional and yet Salman Aziz has created a fantastic dark thriller that will keep you hoping for more from a talented mind.



Soon to come: full interview with Salman Aziz

Buy your copy:

6th September: A Very Unknown Mysterious Story is published by Smashwords Publishing.

The book is available on all online retailers and online book shops. Price $0.99 (e-book only)


Learn more:

To find out more about Salman Aziz and 6th September: A Very Unknown Mysterious Story, please visithttps://www.smashwords.com/books/view/737406 to read his Author Biography.


To follow the author:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/OfficialMrAkash




Blog- https://officialmrakash.blogspot.com/


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