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  1. Rowling's crime series about Cormoran Strike and Robin is a oddity to me. Not particularly graphic, set in world's that I find quite dry and populist, they don't immediately scream my kind of reading. However, the writing and the plotting is excellent and the relationship between Cormoran and Robin is completely gripping. Cormoran's morose, laconic dialogue is at times amusing - he is a great character. The books are a solid staple - you know you are going to get a good read.
  2. I'll admit that after all the hooha about JK's outing I was curious to know what this book was like but probably wouldn't have been curious enough to actually buy my own copy if I hadn't been so bogged down in reading a very gloomy book for my bookgroup that I felt I had to have a break and nipped into a bookshop in Bordeaux to buy another book. (I had a train journey ahead of me, not a very long one, but even so...) Forget all the did she/didn't she stuff, The Cuckoo's Calling is actually a very readable book, not quite as wonderful as the glowing hyperbole of some of its most ardent sup
  3. This is the third in Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling)'s series featuring Cormoan Strike, her one legged ex-soldier private detective, and his assistant Robyn. The story open with Robyn being sent a severed leg which Strike reckons must come from one of four men, all of whom have reason to want revenge on him, and all of whom are capable of getting at him through Robyn. Quite a few scenes are written from the point of view of the murderer and can be pretty disturbing, he is deeply twisted, for him women don't really exist, he refers to the woman he lives with as It, they are the means to
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