J.K Rowling is writing a new crime book under a different name
Nobody can deny that J.K Rowling is an unbelievable author.
The fact that she was creative enough to invent the entire world of Harry Potter in amazing.
And while we miss Hogwarts every day, it is a comfort to know that J.K is still writing.
The author has a new book coming out under her pseudonym Robert Galbraith.
This new book is part of a detective series titled the Cormoran Strike series, and is the fourth in the collection.
It is called Lethal White, in case you were wondering (which you were). According to a tweet from the Robert Galbraith Twitter account confirmed that the book would be out 18 September this year. The tweet also revealed what the book cover would look like.
Lethal White, the fourth instalment in the Strike novels, will be out on 18 September and is available now to pre-order, and this is what it will look like#LethalWhite #Strike pic.twitter.com/ruDbbteaPF
— Robert Galbraith (@RGalbraith) July 10, 2018
J.K Rowling released the first book of the series, The Cuckoo's Calling, in 2013 and it was well received among an adult audience.
Granted, it has nothing on Harry Potter.
The book is already available for pre-order now.