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Lethal White: Cormoran Strike Book 4 (Cormoran Strike 4) I really enjoyed all the Strike novels and looked forward to this one.Honestly , what a disappointment , i was bored senseless even after the prologue.Over long , tedious , short of decent punchy story , thoroughly snobbish and dislikable of the worst books i have attempted to read in a very long time..needless to say Didn t finish it , couldn t care less what happened , no wonder it took her a long time to write , she obviously had little or no plan how to progress.God help us if she has 10 books of this quality lined upRubbish And thats from an ardent fan of the previous books , I always enjoy Galbraith s books but did find this one a bit overly long and, on occasion, slightly childish Hugely absorbing the best Strike novel yet SUNDAY MIRRORHighly inventive storytellingGUARDIANOutrageously entertaining FINANCIAL TIMESCome for the twists and turns and stay for the beautifully drawn central relationship INDEPENDENTBlistering piece of crime writingSUNDAY TIMESFans will love it HEAT When Billy, a troubled young man, comes to private eye Cormoran Strike s office to ask for his help investigating a crime he thinks he witnessed as a child, Strike is left deeply unsettled While Billy is obviously mentally distressed, and cannot remember many concrete details, there is something sincere about him and his story But before Strike can question him further, Billy bolts from his office in a panicTrying to get to the bottom of Billy s story, Strike and Robin Ellacott once his assistant, now a partner in the agency set off on a twisting trail that leads them through the backstreets of London, into a secretive inner sanctum within Parliament, and to a beautiful but sinister manor house deep in the countrysideAnd during this labyrinthine investigation, Strike s own life is far from straightforward his newfound fame as a private eye means he can no longer operate behind the scenes as he once did Plus, his relationship with his former assistant is fraught than it ever has been Robin is now invaluable to Strike in the business, but their personal relationship is much, much tricky than thatThe most epic Robert Galbraith novel yet, LETHAL WHITE is both a gripping mystery and a page turning next instalment in the ongoing story of Cormoran Strike and Robin Ellacott PRAISE FOR THE STRIKE SERIESOne of the most unique and compelling detectives I ve come across in years MARK BILLINGHAMThe work of a master storyteller DAILY TELEGRAPHUnputdownable Irresistible SUNDAY TIMESWill keep you up all night OBSERVERA thoroughly enjoyable classicPETER JAMES, SUNDAY EXPRESS Soy un fan desde que le el primero hace varios a os Me gusta la forma en que escribe y como desarrolla el argumento Recomiendo leer los libros anteriores. They say nothing is perfect, perhaps that s true but you ve got me hooked with Cormoran and Robin much as you had with Harry and friends Tell me I love the whole series but this one is a masterpiece in its own Very enjoyable and frankly well written. Muy emocionante Va a ser un suplicio esperar hasta que salga el pr ximo libro. At last, JK Rowling, writing under the name Robert Galbraith gives us a new Cormoran Strike novel Although a standalone novel as such, if you have read the other books in the series you will have a better understanding with regards to the main characters, Cormoran and Robin.This opens with the wedding reception of Robin and Matthew s wedding and thus we can follow their relationship, and then we are swept into 2012 as the preparations are nearing completion for the London Olympics As we can see, the relationship between Cormoran and Robin has altered somewhat, and this thus properly gets under way with a person with mental illness presenting himself at the office asking for Strike s help As a child he claimed he witnessed a murder and wants to know for definite if he really did, or whether it is part of his illness Suddenly departing from the office Strike is then sought for help by a government minister who is being blackmailed.Admittedly this book could have been a bit shorter, if the parts of Robin and Matthew and Cormoran Strike s relationships were excluded, but at the end of the day, lots of people want to know if they will ever be a couple The actual mystery itself is complex and than enough to engage your brain, with red herrings, manipulation, greed and death on the cards Well plotted, the parts that are not really of the actual investigation slip in neatly between the inquiries carried out, and there is than enough realism here with how long it can take to gather evidence, the amount of legwork and so on that goes on, not only with private investigations, but also with the police, as evidence has to be sifted and alibis checked out.In all then this is another strong book in this series, with lots to keep you interested, and also despite its size is a relatively quick read that will than satisfy fans One thing I really liked here is how we see the capture of the killer in the last novel impacts on this, with the agency getting clients, but also at the same time, with the interest in the press, so Strike has to be extra careful as he has become a much recognised person Also I liked the way that mental illness and PTSD were dealt with, as I suffer with depression and PTSD, in a sympathetic way by Robin and Cormoran. El cuarto libro de esta incre ble serie nos lleva a adentrar mas en la personalidad de ambos personajes y como se relacionan entre ellos y el entorno.Con un caso que sorprende y da un giro de tuerca inesperado, este libro te mantiene interesado desde el comienzo hasta el final.Con la expectativa de seguir leyendo las historias de este detective quedamos ansiosos esperando el pr ximo numero. I have to say that I have become total fan of the series It s got everything that a great detective novel s got to have So all I am asking for is the next one