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New JK Rowling Robert Galbraith book 'The Silkworm' for June release

Posted at 10:54AM Monday 17 Feb 2014

As expected, "Galbraith's" second book is book 2 in the Cormoran Strike series. The first book was written by Rowling under the Galbraith pseudonym and sat on book store shelves for months before the secret was unveiled by U.K. newspaper The Sunday Times.

Rowling's only appearance to publicise the book will be the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate on 18th July in conversation with Val McDermid.

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