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Based on the best-selling novels by Robert Galbraith (aka J.K. Rowling), Tom Burke ("The Musketeers") stars as private detective Cormoran Strike, a former war veteran now working out of a cramped London office. Together with his assistant, Robin Ellacott, Cormoran tackles cases that have, so far, baffled the police. Though struggling with the psychological and physical toll that combat have wrought on him, Cormoran is well-equipped to delve into complex conundrums thanks to his background as a Special Investigation Branch investigator.

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Strike and Robin's partnership reaches a breaking point as Robin's wedding approaches; they disagree about how to catch a man who abuses children.
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A dismembered leg sent to Strike's office sends both his and Robin's lives into chaos; Strike thinks the limb could belong to a young girl who accused her stepfather of sexual abuse; Strike blames himself for the stepfather eluding justice.
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Delving deeper into the hidden meanings and concealed secrets of Bombyx Mori, Strike and Robin scour all corners of London's literary world to unmask Quine's killer.
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Cormoran Strike is hired by Leonaora Quine to find her husband, the infamous author Owen Quine. Meanwhile, Robin is caught between Strike and Matthew's hopes.
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Long-buried secrets are revealed, putting Strike and Robin in danger as they close in on the killer.
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Strike discovers that Lula was murdered and makes a breakthrough about how it was done; Robin is offered a permanent job in HR but is reluctant to take it.
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Cormoran Strike, an injured war veteran turned P.I., and secretary Robin Ellacott seek the truth surrounding the mysterious death of supermodel Lula Landry.

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