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Isabel Dalhousie novels are as good as McCall Smith's Precious Ramotswe novels (Ladies #1 Detective Agency.)
Now though that Isabel and Jamie were the proud parents of a baby boy, Charlie, the opinions of others mattered very little to her any longer.
As always, she debates moral arguments of all sorts in her mind and tries to practice being the best person she can.
The Careful Use of Compliments,so nicely written and involving Places I have visited was not only an intriguing story but also beautifully descriptive. Read morePublished 22 days ago by red
I love McCall-Smith, I find his books soothing and wise and feminine yet balanced (this probably comes from their being written by a man!). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carino
Whether it is the fascinating and unique character of Isabel Dalhousie or the equally fascinating and unique character of Edinburg, the Sunday Philosophy Club books take hold of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lisa DuMond
I love how the author writes. It feel as if I'm living Isabel's simple life. I enjoy the interactions she has with others.Published 4 months ago by K. Sargis
It had been a while since I last visited Isabelle, Jaime, Charlie and the gang....and I caught up very quickly. Not much of a 'mystery' per se. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. K. Ball
Lots of charm but a bit too rambling at times. Overall, I would recommend it.Published 4 months ago by Lisa C. Lochridge