JK Rowling Rumbled Over Secret Crime Novel

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JK Rowling has admitted to secretly writing a crime novel under a false name. The Sunday Times said the Harry Potter author won plaudits for The Cuckoo's Calling, about a war veteran turned private investigator called Cormoran Strike.
JK Rowling Rumbled Over Secret Crime Novel
 
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JK Rowling has admitted to secretly writing a crime novel under a false name. The Sunday Times said the Harry Potter author won plaudits for The Cuckoo's Calling, about a war veteran turned private investigator called Cormoran Strike.
 
Rowling used the moniker Robert Galbraith for the book, which was published in April, and was only rumbled after the newspaper investigated how a first-time novelist could produce such an assured debut work.
 
 
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