Lethal White (Cormoran Strike Series #4)

Lethal White (Cormoran Strike Series #4)

by Robert Galbraith, J. K. Rowling

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ISBN-13: 9780316422734
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Publication date: 09/18/2018
Series: Cormoran Strike Series , #4
Pages: 656
Sales rank: 185
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 9.40(h) x 2.10(d)

About the Author

Robert Galbraith is a pseudonym for J.K. Rowling, bestselling author of the Harry Potter series and The Casual Vacancy. Lethal White is the fourth book in the highly acclaimed Cormoran Strike crime fiction series. The Cuckoo’s Calling was published in 2013, The Silkworm in 2014, and Career of Evil in 2015.

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Lethal White (Cormoran Strike Series #4) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 39 reviews.
Anonymous 4 months ago
The books in this series just keep getting better and better. This one was the best so far! It was longer and more complex than the past 3, but it was fascinating and I couldn’t put it down! I hope we don’t have to wait too long for the next in the series!!
Anonymous 5 months ago
Another great work by Robert Galbraith! I simply just love the way strike and robin characters are fleshed out even more. Hopefully we won’t have to wait another three years for #5.
Anonymous 5 months ago
I’ve been waiting for this book. It was worth it. I can wait to see it turned into a mini series. I kept putting it down deliberately and doing other things, just so it would take longer to finish. Now I’m left waiting for the next book, again!
Anonymous 3 months ago
I couldn't put this down- except for putting it down to make notes. I keep getting bested by Galbraith, so I really tried to work it out before the end this time. I had a few theories and one was partly correct! I was proud of myself because the plot line was so clever. Really, how does an author suck you in with such beautiful language and detail? Asking because I can never manage it myself. I know it took time to churn out such a masterpiece, but try not to take too long next time, I don't think I could wait 2 years for the next Strike novel. Signed, Eagerly Awaiting the New Robin
Anonymous 4 months ago
This is the best Strike novel so far. Loved it!
Anonymous 4 months ago
Another great read!
Anonymous 4 months ago
Awesome read. Worth the wait. Please do not make me wait 3 years for the 5th!
Anonymous 1 days ago
As usual, RG/JKR crafts a fantastic mystery with lots of twists and turns. Can’t wait for the next one!
See-A_Lot_Like_Look 2 days ago
I cannot get enough of Cormoran Strike and Robin Ellacott. The tension on all sides, their relationship with each other, the antagonists, and the police force, all stay in a balance that keeps the books fresh and interesting. Plus I had to check out the tv series and that brought a whole new level of nuance to the books. Simply excellent. MORE, PLEASE!
Anonymous 2 days ago
Too long. Took away from the story.
Anonymous 13 days ago
Very interesting twist and turns! Didn't want to stop reading but didn't want to finish it either....wanted it to keep going! Hope we don't have to wait as many years for the next one as we did for this one. Great storytelling from a gifted writer.
Anonymous 16 days ago
This by far was the best of the series and well worth the wait. Cant wait for more
Anonymous 17 days ago
A fan of the Cormoran Strike series since the first book, I loved the character development and the efforts to make Robin and Cormoran into real, trauma-survivors who live each day as best they can. The book runs up multiple threads of mystery, always aiming to make social statements about "the other half"while also dealing with the topic of mental illness that is unspoken but tangible in ordinary lives.
Anonymous 18 days ago
Too many twists and turns....difficult to follow at times
Anonymous 19 days ago
Slow moving plot, stupid dialogue
Anonymous 21 days ago
I couldn't put it down!
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Anonymous 26 days ago
This book does not disappoint and definitely leaves you hungry for more.
Anonymous 26 days ago
Can not wsit for the next book with Strike and Robin!
Anonymous 27 days ago
Must read
Gailfl 28 days ago
“Spade has no original,” Dashiell Hammett wrote in the introduction to a 1934 edition of The Maltese Falcon. “He is a dream man in the sense that he is what most of the private detectives I worked with would like to have been and in their cockier moments thought they approached. For your private detective does not—or did not ten years ago when he was my colleague—want to be an erudite solver of riddles in the Sherlock Holmes manner; he wants to be a hard and shifty fellow, able to take care of himself in any situation, able to get the best of anybody he comes in contact with, whether criminal, innocent by-stander or client.” And what an apt description that is of Cormoran Strike too. He and his partner Robin are both top of their game as private detectives and their business is enjoying a boost due to their latest solved case. But Strike and Robin are both damaged souls. Strike lost his lower leg during an attack in Afghanistan and continually irritates the stump when he overextends. Charlotte, the love of his life, haunts him to the extent that it effects his relationships with other women. And there is the business of his rock-star father and groupie mother, which he has never resolved. Robin has her own set of problems. She was raped as a college girl, causing her to drop out of university. She received a severe wound during their last case and suffers from PTSD from that attack. She marries her high school sweetheart even though she knows that she has deep feeling for Strike, and that Matthew (a truly unlikeable old soul) has cheated on her. Despite her unhappy marriage, she loves her job and excels in it. With this as background, Galbraith begins another mystery, introducing characters as disparate as far-left activists and members of Parliament. The story winds through the halls of Parliament to mental hospitals to country estates. It involves blackmail, power grabs, murders, love, hate, greed, envy and pain. It’s a complex story with many underlying themes, proving Galbraith’s ability to handle multiple story lines successfully.
Gabyek 28 days ago
I've read all Galbraith/Rowling books and I enjoyed the 4 of them! I would, however, recommend any new reader to start with the 1st, then the 2nd, the 3rd and finally the 4th one, since there is a parallel story that develops through the 4 of them. I loved the pace of this book. The author takes her time to tell a story and to build the enigma. I enjoyed it very much. I highly recommend this book (and the whole series for that matter). Galbraith/ Rowling is among the very best author in the mystery/thriller genre if not the best.
Anonymous 29 days ago
Read this in 48 hours. Could not put it down!
Anonymous 3 months ago
Loved every page. This is a book you need to read carefully due to the complexity of the plot. Characters are well drawn. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Wonderful series-this one was the best! Could not put this book down.