Career of Evil

The third Cormoran Strike novel is more gruesome than the first two, closer to Tess Gerritsen than the first two novels, and a lot of the quaintness is gone. The story is still good, and the mystery works well and I didn’t feel like I had figured it out too far ahead of time.

Interestingly, Strike has an epiphany and connects some very remotely related facts, ultimately solving the mystery, while he’s extremely sleep-deprived, which I recently learned is an undesirable condition in for someone who wants to make connections across wide arrays of facts.

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