robert galbraith

It wasn’t for a reading of “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Marzipan.”
Robert Galbraith is back with yet another Cormoran Strike crime novel. J.K. Rowling will publish Career of Evil, the third
Robert Galbraith is, of course, the nom de plume Rowling used while penning her Cormoran Strike series, which features an
John Green and Penguin Random House have reason to celebrate. Green's novel The Fault in Our Stars marks its tenth straight week in the No. 1 spot.
After climbing twenty spots since last week's Digital Book World Ebook Best-Seller List, Dean Koontz's The Neighbor finds itself within the top five best-selling ebooks of the week. That's especially noteworthy since the title is a Kindle Single.
The Amazon-Hachette dispute wears on, but the publisher still manages to see two of its titles in this week's Digital Book World Ebook Best-Seller List.
This week's Digital Book World Ebook Best-Seller List is, in some ways, a tale of three titles: John Green's The Fault in Our Stars, his 2006 novel Looking for Alaska and J. K. Rowling's The Silkworm, published under the pen name Robert Galbraith.
I'm all for saying read what you want (but I'll also add that everyone should buy my authors' books, too, and I hope these books get read as well as bought).
Knowing the book was written by the author of the mega-successful Harry Potter books did change my perspective -- but just a bit. There are certainly some notes that will be familiar to anyone who read the adventures of Harry & Co.
As to how she picked the particular name, Rowling's newest book The Cuckoo's Calling was published under the pseudonym Robert
The novel was published in April by Sphere in the UK - the same imprint at Little, Brown as her first fiction novel after