Career of Evil

careerCareer of Evil
by Robert Galbraith (J.K. Rowling)
2015 / 512 pages
Read by Robert Glenister  17h 58m
Rating A-  / crime-detective
(3rd in Cormoran Strike series)

Compared to the two prior novels in this series,  Career of Evil includes some pretty intense and graphic violence, almost entirely against women and children  – sexual violence and it’s by serial psychopathic personalities and pedophiles.  NOT my favorite kind of crime novel.

That said,  I actually finished it (stayed up very late finishing it!)  because … well … I do so love Cormoran Strike and his assistant Robin Ellacott.  And Rowling/Galbraith is a very good writer.  Had it not been for those that combination I would’ve scratched this one quick.   But the way Cormoran and Robin met and solved the mystery of the super-model’s death in the first novel,  The Cuckoo’s Calling,  enchanted me.  And then the pair went on to solve the literary mystery of  The Silkworm – that was an A+.   >>>>MORE>>>>

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