Tuesday, 17 September 2013

The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith

"Strike remembered; one of the world's most photographed women, head bowed, shoulders hunched, eyes heavy and arms folded tightly around her torso, twisting her face away from the photographers."

The secret was out quite a while back that J K Rowling was responsible, under a pen name, for this new piece of criminal fiction. Like many others, I was eager to see what Ms Rowling would do with a different genre and I certainly was not disappointed.
Unlike the grim grind that was  The Casual Vacancy,  this novel provided a far more engaging experience, including great pacing, an intriguing, topical plot and a flawed, lovable hero.
I don't wish to give too much away, suffice to say, this was a rather enjoyable read and I imagine this would be the perfect airport purchase.
 5 out of 5 monogrammed hoodies are never a good idea.


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