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Love Over Scotland Audiobook

Love Over Scotland

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Publisher's Summary

Love Over Scotland is the third in this series and revolves around the many colourful characters that come and go at No. 44 Scotland Street. McCall Smith handles the characters with his customary charm and deftness: the stalwart Tory chartered surveyor, the pushy mother and, most importantly in this novel, the Italian-speaking prodigy, Bertie.

©2006 Alexander McCall Smith; (P)2006 Time Warner AudioBooks

What the Critics Say

"44 Scotland Street offers a teasing but fresh thread of love interest and some wise food for thought...listeners will be eager for more." (The Times)

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  • H. Sibylle
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    "Wonderful but too short"

    This is a wonderful book, expertly read and an undeluted pleasure to listen to!

    It would have got 5 stars all over were it not for the shortening. The 44 Scotlsndstreet books come alive through all those little stories that together form a loose and rather slow plot that is so wonderful. This is what makes them so special. Shortening them diminishes their value and in the case of "The unbearable lightness of scones" it is an act of violence. I do not see why it is done at all!

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