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The story of J.K.Rowling – Britain’s best-selling female author of all time – using the pen name Robert Galbraith to publish the detective novel `The Cuckoo’s Calling` heated up the literary world.

According to sources, a woman with the Twitter account @JudeCallegari revealed the information to a Sunday Times reporter, starting an investigation to verify that Rowling and Galbraith were the same person.

Female writer J.K. Rowling.

The question is how could Judith Callegari know this secret.

J.K.Rowling told the Guardian: ‚ÄúToday, I discovered how Robert’s true identity was revealed.

In a statement from law firm Russells Solicitors, the company apologized for this incident.

`We confirm that this disclosure was not part of any marketing plan and that neither Rowling, her agency or the book’s publisher were involved,` Russells Solicitors added.


`The Cuckoo’s Calling` caused a fever after revealing the identity of the real author as Rowling.

Although unhappy when the information was revealed, Rowling must admit that thanks to this, her new book became `hotter` than ever.


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