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Astroneman
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RobinTheDustCatcher
The Cuckoo's Calling | Robert Galbraith
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My #library has more donations than we‘ll ever sell at our booksale and since we‘re going to be having an #alteredbook contest this summer, I made an example. Everything is made from the book, except the mini book covers, which I printed out, and the little paintings, which I printed out and glued onto some plastic buttons I had laying around. And since it‘s a Strike book, I was able to sneak my signature in it 🥸

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EmilieGR
Cuckoos Calling | J K Rowling
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Pickpick

This was so much fun! I really enjoy these characters.

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KPS-BOOKS-45
The Cuckoo's Calling | Robert Galbraith
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Second time reading this after a number of years, thought I would read it again before I start watching the series. I rather enjoyed it as I did the first time and am looking forward to reading the entire Strike series.

bookaholic1 Love this series 5mo
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LeftyDv
The Cuckoo's Calling | Robert Galbraith
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Pickpick

This is pure dumb fun. I enjoyed reading the detailed descriptions of elite, wealthy settings. I also appreciated how the dialogue and conversation drove the story. Finally, the slow pace with which Robin and Strike‘s relationship develops is an added bonus. I‘ll be checking out the next book.

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GinaKButler
The Cuckoo's Calling | Robert Galbraith
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Up next: another one that‘s been on my bookshelf for ages…and has been recommended by so many friends!

#bookspinbingo
#unreadbookshelf

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Kanishkalitsy
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I liked it better than The Ink Black Heart and this one really makes Cormoran Strike as one of the best new fiction detective characters in recent times #runninggrave #robertgalbraith #jkrowling.

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Cjloftus
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She Persisted by Chelsea Clinton tell the tale of 13 American women who have made a difference around the world. This book uses real life stories to introduce young children to women who have continued to break barriers. This book helps to empower females to step out of the box and create the change they wanna see in the world.

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Tamra
The Cuckoo's Calling | Robert Galbraith
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Mehso-so

Listened to this for work book club. It was okay - I never connected with the victims & family and suspected the killer & motivation early on.

RobES The second and third book definitely get better 💛 1y
Tamra @RobES I‘ve heard that and it might be like the Louise Penny Three Pines series in that respect. The characters grow on you. 1y
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britt_brooke
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ A history of “The Boy Who Lived,” or more aptly, a deep dive into the process, publication, hype, and ultimately HP‘s incredible success. Written by The Leaky Cauldron webmaster, journalist Melissa Anelli, this is somewhat a memoir of her experiences, but also a thorough look at the popular culture phenomenon. That book one was rejected several times, and the series went on to become so iconic, is pretty amazing!