Like most of Alexander McCall Smith's stories, 'The Sunday Philosophy Club..'
is a little gem. At odd points you are nudged into thinking ever s..Show More »
This is a well-narrated, gentle tale told in very good prose but, if the SETTING of Number One Ladies Detective Agency is important to you as it is to..Show More »
As usual, listening to an Alexander McCall-Smith book is a much richer experience than reading it, although I enjoy that too. The narrator does a won..Show More »
I love this entire series, and found this book to be different than the last two, but still great. One of my favorite things about Mr. McCall-Smith's..Show More »
I am hooked on Alexander McCall Smith books and enjoy Isabel's saga alot. Although books are regularly added to the series, the next addition never s..Show More »
Another pleasant visit with Isabel Dalhousie. The narrator, Davina Porter, is absolutely terrific!
The main character Isabel always trusts people and will try to help when asked. But when an acquaintance asks a favor, it turns out she's not telling ..Show More »
I don't really know which of the Alexander McCall Smith series I love most, but I love Isabel Dalhousie, Jamie, and Mr Fox. By now they are old frien..Show More »
I can never decide which characters I like best in the McCall Smith universe. Is it Precious Ramostwe in Botswana and her #1 Ladies' Detective Agency?..Show More »
This was a light enjoyable read, but the attempt to reproduce an Australian accent was absolutely dreadful. For an Australian living in Sydney to have..Show More »
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