Intriguing cases present themselves and Mma Ramotswe juggles new clients with her usual formidable talent. However, when her first-class assistant Mma Makutsi decides to expand the agency by opening a much-needed typing school for men, things become complicated.
©2002 Alexander McCall Smith; (P)2004 Isis Publishing Ltd
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As always, interesting story and lovely characters. Only negative point is the price for this short a book! Narrator has a very soothing voice but very English accent. I prefer the African accent for these stories, it adds to the authenticity and atmosphere.
The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency stories are very good (all that I have read so far- books 1-4), though at first it takes a little getting used to the names of the characters. Really enjoyable, yet i did not like the TV adaption!
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