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!