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Why Are People Sending You Legs? -- Dave Reviews Career of Evil

Posted on 2016-08-31 at 4:34 by Dave

Career of Evil (Cormoran Strike, Book 3) by Robert Galbraith, read by Robert Glenister Length: 17 hours, 58 minutes Buy: [ Downpour | Audible | IndieBound ]

"How many people do you know would send you a severed leg in the mail?" an investigating police inspector asks Cormoran Strike just after the detective reported he'd received an appendage in the post.

"Four," replies Strike, without missing a beat.

Welcome to Career of Evil, the third Cormoran Strike book by Robert Galbraith, a.k.a. J.K. Rowling's

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Dark Terrain, Dying for More -- James reviews Career of Evil

Posted on 2016-01-21 at 19:28 by Sam
Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith

Career of Evil (Cormoran Strike, Book 3) [Downpour | Audible] by J. K. Rowling, writing as Robert Galbraith, read by Robert Glenister

Review by James Alexander:

Freed by her pseudonym, J. K. Rowling immediately plunges Career of Evil into some awfully dark terrain. “Robert Galbraith’s” Cormoran Strike detective series has never shied away from grim material before. Even as the reader is shown a supermodel's defenestration and an erotic fiction writer gruesomely murdered in the fashion of one of his

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The AudioBookaneers pick their favorite audiobooks of 2014

Posted on 2015-03-02 at 15:15 by Sam

Well, it's (past) that time of year again: time for Dave and I to look back on a year in listening. We laughed, we cried, we cheered, we jeered, we stayed up well into the night for these audiobooks. It seems like every year calls for a slight wrinkle in presentation, but this year it's a familiar one: our audiobooks of the year, runners up in both new audiobooks of new books and new audiobooks of previously published books, and our favorite "new to us" listens of the year. (And, mostly because it helps

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