Who was the person who outed J.K. Rowling as the actual author of The Cuckoo's Calling on Twitter, then disappeared? Turns out it was a friend of the wife of a partner at London law firm Russells Solicitors, the firm admitted Thursday.
Statement from Russells via U.K. book trade publication The Bookseller:
"We, Russells Solicitors, apologize unreservedly for the disclosure caused by one of our partners, Chris Gossage, in revealing to his wife’s best friend, Judith Callegari, during a private conversation that the true identity of Robert Galbraith was in fact J.
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