I love Mma Ramotswe and J.L.B Matekoni. I adore Mma Makutse and Charlie and Mma Potekwane. And even though I have never seen Botswana, I love it as well.
But I did not love this novel as I have so many of the others. I have noticed a tendency in recent novels for the author to tie things together very quickly in just a few pages, as if he suddenly realized he was nearing a page limit and had to finish things up in the pages that were left. This installment has a similar problem.
I do not even know where to begin with this one, but will say this, without, I hope, giving too much away. The original case that begins this novel involves a woman who believes her husband is cheating on her. Nothing really happens with that story line except for one other scene and two letters. It is almost as if the author forgot all about that case and just let it float away.
Disappointing. And I was so excited for another Precious Ramotswe book.