Book Review: The Cuckoo Calling

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  1. I found some gaps in it too. For example, when Strike and Robin go to Vashti, the luxury boutique, Robin pulls a charade by pretending she wants to buy (or get her “brother” Strike to buy) one of those ridiculously expensive pieces of clothing. And all sales assistants in the place hurry to assist her. Yet nobody notices that she and Strike are wearing (must be, they’re both as good as poor) cheap clothes??? Customer of such places usually come to buy filthy expensive while also wearing filthy expensive.
    And I’m not done yet.

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