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JK Rowling tackles phone hacking in new novel
By SP_COP on June 04, 2014 | From
JK Rowling tackles phone hacking in new novel The Harry Potter writer gave evidence to the Leveson Inquiry and has spoken out at what she said was press intrusion into her life.

The Silkworm, her second crime thriller written under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, begins with its private detective hero Cormoran Strike passing over evidence of an affair between a member of the House of Lords and his secretary to a journalist.

When the journalist asks how he got the woman to talk to him, he replies "I listened", prompting the reporter to reply: "All the other private dicks I use spend their time hacking phone messages."

The first chapter also includes a scene where Strike warns the reporter: "Instructing people to hack phones is illegal as well, I've heard."

The real identity of Robert Galbraith was revealed last year, sending the first novel, The Cuckoo's Calling, shooting to the top of book charts.

Last year, Rowling accepted a substantial donation to charity from the law firm which breached her confidentiality by revealing she was writing under a pseudonym.

Only a handful of trusted advisers, family and friends were initially aware of Galbraith's true identity until the story made headlines worldwide....
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