The Silkworm (A Cormoran Strike Novel) Setting

Robert Galbraith
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Strike's Office

Cormoran Strike has an office on Denmark Street next to 12 Bar Café. A black door leads to a spiral staircase with a broken birdcage lift inside it. He used to sleep on the sofa in his office, but since his success at solving the Lula Landry case, his business has grown and he has more lucrative clients, making it possible for him to buy the third-floor landing above his office where he lives. Content with comfort without luxury, he finds it easier to conduct business with this arrangement

Roper Chard Publishers

Roper Chard publishes Owen Quine's books. The head of the company is Daniel Chard and Owen's editor is Jerry Waldegrave. Nina Lescalles, an employee at Roper Chard, introduces Cormoran Strike to the people who work there at a large anniversary party. After Quine's death Michael Fancourt is welcomed as new Roper Chard author.

Elizabeth Tassel's Literary Agency

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