When I first started to look through “The Cuckoo is Calling”, I noticed that there were a lot of similarities between Lula, the murder victim in “The Cuckoo is Calling” and Zaydee, the righteous protaganist in “That Girl Started Her Own Country (Zaydee has definitely been added to my list of kickass women).
Lula adopted when she was 4 years old, went rogue as a teenager. She was using drugs and charged with truancy. The girl was headed for no good After running away, her parents found her in London in a drug den with a bunch of junkies. As a result of being in and out of rehab she was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder, they adjusted her meds and you could no longer tell she was bi-polar as long as she stayed on her meds. Lula remade herself from a punk druggie into an international film star.
In The Holy Ghosts Writer’s book “That Girl Who Started Her Own Country” Zaydee, wasn’t an orphan but she was deprived of parents because she was abused at home. She finally took off and wound up involved in drugs, was made a ward of the court because of being bi-polar and was abused within that system. Her moral salvation came when she met a man that showed her that being on the side of right was not only a good thing to do, it was much more exciting to bring down the bad guys. Of course there was opportunity knocking for Zaydee, not legal like Lula’s was but, both women were able to become wealthy and revered through their disparate talents.
I think that the writers of these books are one in the same professional, J. K. Rowling. Rowling has admitted to being Robert Galbraith, but has not said one word about “That Girl That Started Her Own Country” or The Holy Ghost Writer. She could be being coy, having a little laugh on her own, or just leaving some time before she comes forward about it.
The Holy Ghost is offering $1,000 to anyone who guesses who The Holy Ghost really is. There is a picture of a disguised Holy Ghost Writer on the cover of one of the books. The Holy Ghost is just too skilled to be making a debut with such accomplished, polished writing.
Treat yourself to the wonderful Holy Ghost and see an image that may or may not be J. K. Rowling? Check it out and possibly win $1,000.00 You can get the collection of books by Holy Ghost Writer at Barnes and Noble.
Also, “The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter” is now permanently free on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Then go and enjoy another great read and buy Robert Galbraith’s book “The Cuckoo is Calling”. This real treat, you can get it on Amazon.