The House of Unexpected Sisters by Alexander McCall Smith
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Once again we have a delightful story about gentle people and the author uses the story to explore forgiveness.
Those readers used to McCall Smith's bent for philosophy, and who enjoy thinking about what he writes, will enjoy this new episode of the Number One Ladies' Detective Agency. Precious Ramotswe adored her father and treasures his memory. In this story she has to re-examine her ideas on the problems of first impressions and what forgiveness really means.
Easy reading, lots to think about and a book to enjoy many times.
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