Robert Galbraith's highly acclaimed novel The Cuckoo's Calling was an international number one bestseller, garnering praise from critics and crime fans alike. The second and third novels in the series, The Silkworm and Career of Evil, also topped the bestseller charts. Robert Galbraith's Cormoran Strike series has been adapted for television, produced by Bronte Film and Television. Robert Galbraith is a pseudonym of J.K. Rowling, bestselling author of the Harry Potter series and The Casual Vacancy.
Strike is a compelling creation . . . this is terrifically entertaining stuff * Irish Times * Robert Galbraith . . . again demonstrates that rare, inexplicable and indefinable gift: once started, one simply can't put [his] books down * Literary Review * The real joy of this series comes from the originality of the characters * Morning Star * Oozes atmosphere . . . a rollicking good story * Metro * This one gripped * Evening Standard * A book that abounds with ideas * Scotland on Sunday * [A] smart and addictive thriller * Sunday Mirror * Criminally good stuff * Sun * Thoroughly enjoyable * Mail on Sunday * A confident hold on a deliriously clever plot * Guardian * Strike and Robin are just as magnetic as ever * New York Times * A page-turner with legs that will keep you up all night * Observer * Fans of the intrepid duo are in for some shocks . . . as readable and exciting as ever * Daily Telegraph * The denouement is violent, unexpected and satisfying . . . [an] entertaining novel * The Times * Quirkily different... let's hope the sardonic Strike is here to stay * Independent *