One day I observed a cormoran
playing with a fish which it had caught.
IThat said, it didn't stop my enjoyment of the detective series about ex-Army policeman Cormoran
Strike and his sidekick Robyn, which has been adapted from JK Rowling's books for the BBC.
narrows his suspects down, Robin (left) is questioning whether she should marry Matthew (we say no) and turns to her mother for advice.
(Tom Burke) visits strip clubs - purely for investigative purposes, you understand - Robin's (left) mum arrives in London to talk to her about her marital cold feet.
This latest two-part story features further excellent performances from Tom Burke and Holliday Grainger, playing odd couple (but, of course, they're NOT a couple - at least not yet, anyway), Cormoran
Strike and his right-hand woman, Robin Ellacott.
When JK Rowling was creating detective Cormoran
Strike, she didn't dare set it in Edinburgh.
Private Dectective Cormoran
Strike (Tom Burke) and his assistant Robin (Holliday Grainger) debuted in the BBC1 thriller last autumn and this new two-parter is based on Rowling's third book in the series, Career of Evil.
(Tom Burke) - whose own leg was blown off in Afghanistan - suspects he knows who owned it.
Chat For Sunday's Career of Evil, Cormoran
Strike, played by Tom Burke, leaves London on the trail of the person who posted him a severed leg.
A user took advantage of the candid moments and asked her on the fourth installment of Cormoran
White series which has been anticipated for a long time.
Yet she admits to still being nervous about another one of her creations, private investigator Cormoran
Strike, being adapted for TV.
Her 11 novels to date - the Harry Potter septet, The Casual Vacancy , and three books about private eye Cormoran
Strike - have been screened within 20 years, a remarkably fast turnaround in a business where books can spend decades in pre-production.