JK Rowling used pseudonym to write crime novel.

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JK Rowling used pseudonym to write crime novel.

Jul 14 2013

JK Rowling has secretly written a crime novel under the guise of male debut writer Robert Galbraith.

The Harry Potter author was acclaimed for The Cuckoo's Calling, about a war veteran turned private investigator called Cormoran Strike.

The book, published in April, received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly and Library Journal and is believed to have sold about 1500 copies in hardcover in the UK and perhaps 500 in the USA.

Source: BBC

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