Written by Alexander McCall Smith
- Audio book performed by Robert Ian MacKenzie - Unabridged Fiction - 12 RETAIL EDITION COMPACT DISCS
- 14 hours
Publisher, Recorded Books (January 2010)
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“[McCall Smith’s] series, featuring Scottish American moral philosopher Isabel Dalhousie, is a charmer … and steadily growing in popularity.” —Booklist
“It is impossible to come away from an Alexander McCall Smith novel without a smile on the lips and warm fuzzies in the heart.” —Chicago Sun-Times
New York Times best-selling, award-winning author Alexander McCall Smith delivers the fifth entertaining novel from his 44 Scotland Street series. Precocious six-year-old Bertie joins the scouts to escape his mother, Matthew learns to handle the challenges of marriage, and Domenica deals with loneliness. Even four-legged Cyril gets in on the action, finding himself a bit of canine romance.
About Alexander McCall Smith: Alexander McCall Smith has written more than 50 books covering a wide range of topics and directed at many different audiences. His works include Forensic Aspects of Sleep and The Criminal Law of Botswana, children’s book The Perfect Hamburger, and a collection of stories called Portuguese Irregular Verbs. A professor of medical law at Edinburgh University, he was born in what is now Zimbabwe and taught law at the University of Botswana.