A coterie of smooth-talking seriously evil heavies

Loved reading Robert Galbraith‘s latest Cormoran Strike novel, Career of Evil, for The Winnipeg Free Press’ weekend edition. Galbraith’s novels are extremely readable, if not “literary.” But I suspect all reviewers sometimes get a little tired of “serious” novels and need to mix it up.

Still debating whether or not I was within my rights as a reviewer to “heartily endorse” this novel. But listen, sometimes you just need a break. What’s a better break than a classic tale of likeable, relatable protagonists versus a clan of terrifically awful bad guys?

Crime fiction fans unite!

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