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Robert Galbraith, “The Silkworm”

Only you’re not fooled, are you? You know that Robert Galbraith is J.K. Rowling’s nom de plume. So you’ll probably be entertained by the conceit of The Silkworm, which is all about the true authorship of a novel. Oh, wait, … Continue reading

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Robert Galbraith a/k/a J.K. Rowling, “The Cuckoo’s Calling”

You heard about this, right? Obscure first novel by an author nobody’s ever heard of. Gets good reviews; a few of the reviewers are struck by the assurance, confidence, competence of the writing. Nevertheless, the sales are dismal, and The … Continue reading

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