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[KINDLE] ❂ The Good Husband of Zebra Drive (No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency, #8) Author Alexander McCall Smith – Hakkas.us

The Good Husband of Zebra Drive (No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency, #8) THE NO 1 LADIES DETECTIVE AGENCY Book 8Fans Around The World Adore The Best Selling No 1 Ladies Detective Agency Series And Its Proprietor, Precious Ramotswe, Botswana S Premier Lady Detective In This Charming Series, Mma Ramotswe With Help From Her Loyal Associate, Grace Makutsi Navigates Her Cases And Her Personal Life With Wisdom, Good Humor, And The Occasional Cup Of Tea There Is Rarely A Dull Moment In The Life Of Precious Ramotswe, And On Zebra Drive And Tlokweng Road Many Changes Are Afoot Mr J.L.B Matekoni Wants Be Put In Charge Of A Case Involving An Errant Husband, And Mma Makutsi Is Considering Leaving The Agency, Taking Her Near Perfect Score On The Botswana Secretarial College Typing Exam With Her Meanwhile, Mma Ramotswe Has Been Asked To Investigate A Series Of Unexpected Deaths At The Hospital In Mochudi Along The Way, She Encounters Other Tricky Mysteries, And Once Again Displays Her Undying Love For Botswana, A Country Of Which She Is Justly Proud.

[KINDLE] ❂ The Good Husband of Zebra Drive (No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency, #8)  Author Alexander McCall Smith – Hakkas.us
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • The Good Husband of Zebra Drive (No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency, #8)
  • Alexander McCall Smith
  • English
  • 11 February 2017
  • 1400075726

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ❂ The Good Husband of Zebra Drive (No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency, #8) Author Alexander McCall Smith – Hakkas.us


  1. says:

    After quite a few years of living it, I ve come to the conclusion that life is made of two things time and attention What I love about the No 1 Ladies Detective Agency series is the way the author, Alexander McCall Smith, handles both.In The Good Husband of Zebra Drive, as in all the books in the series, the pace is lazy and relaxed If I ever visit that part of Africa, I expect that I ll recognize the way the sun feels there, the way the dust settles on the roads after a car goes by The um After quite a few years of living it, I ve come to the conclusion that life is made of two things time and attention What I love about the No 1 Ladies Detective Agency series is the way the author, Alexander McCall Smith, handles both.In The Good Husband of Zebra Drive, as in all the books in the series, the pace is lazy and relaxed If I ever visit that part of Africa, I expect that I ll recognize the way the sun feels there, the way the dust settles on the roads after a car goes by The umbrella like trees and the dignified, enduring cattle will seem familiar Mma Ramotswe, the central character, notices these things, an...


  2. says:

    Ok, we re up to the 8th installment of the No 1 Ladies Detective Agency, it s pretty review proof and or just not a whole lot to say other than it s another perfectly pleasant literary trip to visit some perfectly pleasant friends well, Mma Makutsi tends to get a bit crabby at times This time around I almost was creating a No 1 Ladies drinking game Mention of Mma Makutsi s 97% score at Secretarial School Drink Reference to Mma Ramotswe s how to book Clovis Anderson s The Principles o Ok, we re up to the 8th installment of the No 1 Ladies Detective Agency, it s pretty review proof and or just not a whole lot to say other than it s another perfectly pleasant literary trip to visit some perfectly pleasant friends well, Mma Makutsi tends to get a bit crabby at times This time around I almost was creating a No 1 Ladies drinking game Mention of Mma Makutsi s 97% score at Secretarial School Drink Reference to Mma Ramotswe s how to book Clovis Anderson s The Principles of Private Detection Drink A woman being described as traditionally built Drink And to send us over the edge any mention of tea drinking and make it a double if it s bush tea Drink Drink Drink Readers know exactly what they re getting when they open one of these books, so it is hard to find any quibbles or, on the flip sid...


  3. says:

    This book stands out for me because of the shake up caused by one of the main characters in the series but it seems like things were righted appropriately and put neatly back in to place.The case about the hospital was quite good they already told this case on the BBC HBO show, but they changed some of the details I liked that it had muchdepth in the books and as a complete aside I wish Mma Ramotswe s confidence, civility, and enduring optimism could be bottled up and doled ou This book stands out for me because of the shake up caused by one of the main characters in the series but it seems like things were righted...


  4. says:

    Second Read One of the best things about 2017, for me, has been rereading this series by Alexander McCall Smith If you find yourself needing a book that will give you something to chew on but is mostly about human interaction, community, civility, kindness and humor, with a good dose of culture, then there is a very long series here that will fill the bill 17 volumes so far, and a new one coming out next month There were a few surprises in this volume I didn t expect, I love the characters mo Second Read One of the best things about 2017, for me, has been rereading this series by Alexander McCall Smith If you find yourself needing a book that will give you something to chew on but is mostly about human interaction, community, civility, kindness and humor, with a good dose of culture, then there is a very long series here that will fill the bill 17 volumes ...


  5. says:

    The tone of this book changed a little with resignations, new endeavours and people evaluating their position in life I enjoyed the change, it makes the booksreal to me People don t follow the same path happily all the time They question, they deviate I real...


  6. says:

    This was a surprise eighth installment to a series that was supposed to end with seven While I am a big fan of the series, I found this particular book to be disappointing for a number of reasons, most of them related to the plot As is his usual set up, McCall Smith starts a series of mini mysteries to be solved by the ever resourceful Mma Ramotswe and or her colorful assistant, Mma Makutsi In this book, several characters get their own mystery to solve, some withsuccess than others This was a surprise eighth installment to a series that was supposed to end with seven While I am a big fan of the series, I found this particular book to be disappointing for a number of reasons, most of them related to the plot As is his usual set up, McCall Smith starts a series of mini mysteries to be solved by the ever resourceful Mma Ramotswe and or...


  7. says:

    This one moved along a little slowly for me I did enjoy the addition of some conflict between Mma R and Mma M it made their relationship seemgenuine Poor Charlie He always seems to get into trouble.


  8. says:

    This is a book about mistaken impressions Everybody seems to make one, some regret theirs, but others are too arrogant to admit they can be wrong It s not the best book in the series, but there are some insights that are valuable Mr Matekoni shows his weakness by continuing to enable Charlie, but finally admits to himself that he is no detective Now, if he would just stand up to Mma Potokwane, but then Mma Ramotswe enables her as well Strengths and weaknesses make the world of the No 1 La This is a book about mistaken impressions Eve...


  9. says:

    While THE GOOD HUSBAND OF ZEBRA DRIVE is, on the surface, a typically satisfying addition to the long running series of Botswana set books by Alexander McCall Smith, there s something about it that isn t quite right.Superficially, the story is as good as ever Smith carries out his usual attention to detail and weaves separate sub plots together in an engaging and pacy read The characters are drawn from real life, the human interaction and conversations are witty and engaging, and the mysteries While THE GOOD HUSBAND OF ZEBRA DRIVE is, on the surface, a typically satisfyin...


  10. says:

    I loved the first few books in this series but lost interest after the Full Cupboard of Life Something about this book s cover appealed to me and I looked forward to immersing myself in Mma Ramotswe s African world again I didn t really enjoy the book very much, it was an effort to finish it The writing was as good, the little plots and twists and turns as amusing, and all the familiar characters were getting on with their lives, so what was it To me, Mma Ramotswe was just a paper figure in I loved the first few books in this series but lost interest after the Full Cupboard of Life Something about this book s cover appealed to me and I looked forward to immersing myself in Mma Ramotswe s African world again I didn t really enjoy the book very much, it was an effort to finish it The writing was as good, the little plots and twists and turns as amusing, and all the familiar characters were getting on with their lives, so what was it To me, Mma Ramotswe was just a paper figure in this book There was scarcely a mention of her home life nothan two or three cursory mentions of her children, just one reminiscence of her childhood life with her beloved father and nothing at all on her traditional African figure that figures so largely in other boo...

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