The Cuckoo’s Calling

cuckoosThe Cuckoo’s Calling
by Robert  Galbraith (England)
(J.K. Rowling)
2013/464 pages
Read by Robert Glenister 15 h.  54m.
Rating:  A- /  Crime

After losing a leg in Afghanistan,  Cormoran Strike is currently semi-employed as a private investigator.   It looks like he’s going to have to close up shop when, on the same day,  he gets both a new client and a temporary assistant.    The client,   John Bristow,  is the brother of the celebrity model,  Lula Landry, who died as the result of a fall from a window three months prior.  The police decided it was a suicide  – John believes otherwise and is willing and able to pay.    Strike’s new assistant,  Robin Ellacottt, >>>>MORE>>>> 

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