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»The Cuckoo’s Calling, in contrast, reads like Rowling doing what she does best: telling a story that only she can tell, in the way that only she can tell it.«

Robert J. Wiersema

How Joanne K. Rowling’s pseudonym helped her write a better book: Robert J. Wiersema about the novel The Cuckoo’s Calling by Joanne K. Rowling, alias Robert Galbraith. Read the review at The Globe and Mail.

»With its trenchant and unflinching examination of an intimate relationship in the process of dissolving, and its tightly plotted twists and weaves, The Silent Wife was being heralded as reminiscent of, and the successor to, Gillian Flynn’s bestselling thriller Gone Girl months before its publication.«

Robert J. Wiersema

The Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison is a trenchant and unflinching examination of an intimate relationship in the process of dissolving, Robert J. Wiersema says. His review at the National Post.

»Despite the garish cover and Hard Case Crime’s usual fare of »hard-boiled« fiction, there’s nothing garish or pulpy about Joyland. Rather, it stands with such shorter King masterpieces as The Body and Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption as one of the writer’s finest works, a highlight in a career that has had so many.«

Robert J. Wiersema

Nothing garish or pulpy: Robert J. Wiersema about Joyland by Stephen King. His review at National Post.