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Troubled Blood is a suspense, thriller, redemption, paranormal, lost, grief, fiction and divorce novel that tells the story of two people who are committed with their business. Cormoran Strike and Robin are the main characters of the storyStrike is a famous private investigator who is been working from last several years. The success rate of Strike is incredible and now he is approached by a family to find a woman who is missing since 1974.
Margot was a young mother who went missing in mysterious circumstances and now no one knows where she is. Strike knows it’s a difficult case but with the help of Robin, he will solve it. Robin is dealing with divorce and unwanted male attention. Her relation with the strike is still complicated but she knows Strike is a responsible person and will never let her down.
Strike and Robin join their abilities to find the lost woman who has not been seen a few decades ago. As they dig soon they realize how complicated it is. The whole story seems real and very optimistic with unique background and history. On an end note, the author did a fabulous job by making a satisfying conclusion.
About the Author
Robert Galbraith is the bestselling author in New York Times. He has millions of sales in worldwide and wrote dozens of some really great novels.
Details About Troubled Blood by Robert Galbraith
- Name: Troubled Blood
- Authors: Robert Galbraith
- Pages: 442
- Genre: fiction, thriller, literature, redemption, paranormal, loss
- Size: 1 MB
- Price: Free
- Language: English
- Format: PDF/ePub
- ISBN: 1009933210002
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