Once more we catch up with the delightful goings-on in the fictitious 44 Scotland Street from Alexander McCall Smith. With customary charm and deftness, McCall Smith gives us another instalment in this popular series, now running in its ninth season in The Scotsman. Anything could happen to Bertie and the gang....
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"McCall Smith never disappoints"
The always entertaining characters and observations, and the absence of Bertie's dreadful mother Irene, the poor little boy.
The continuing story of the lives of an eclectic and sometimes eccentric group of people, and yes, and the absence of Bertie's dreadful mother.
Easy to listen to his voice.
Occasional laugh out loud moments.
I will certainly listen to not only this book but the whole series again
I love any scene that involves Bertie and his mother but also like the way that the story is woven from the lives of different characters
I don't think I would have managed the book at one sitting but certainly wanted to come back to it at every available opportunity
As a devotee of Alexander McCall Smith it is always pure pleasure to come across another new edition - a combination of laugh out loud wit with wisdom and a fine, engaging plot - thank you. I now can't wait fir another Scotland Street sequel.
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