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The Saturday Big Tent Wedding Party (No.1 Ladies Detective Agency, #12) by Alexander McCall Smith

Unfortunately for me, this book did not match up to the last one of the series:The Double Comfort Safari Club (No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency #11).The series though is a very interesting and unique set of works.Do check out the previous reviews if you have not had the chance to before proceeding with this short… Continue reading The Saturday Big Tent Wedding Party (No.1 Ladies Detective Agency, #12) by Alexander McCall Smith

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Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro

As I continue in my journey of reading books rated highly by my friends on Goodreads( and ultimately being added to my to-read list), I continue to be surprised at the depth of variety that exists in the literary world. I have come to realize that to ensure that if I am kept supplied with… Continue reading Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro

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The Double Comfort Safari Club (No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency #11) by Alexander McCall Smith

I will not list all the previous books of the series, just the previous one, and you can scroll from there ( I highly recommend you do that, because this is one unique series) Tea Time for the Traditionally Built (No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, #10) If you have read through the previous books of… Continue reading The Double Comfort Safari Club (No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency #11) by Alexander McCall Smith

Mystery, Random Fiction

Christmas at The Grange: A Lady Hardcastle Mystery by T E Kinsey

I have been waiting and watching for this book to become available on kindle. The minute I was done with the new Catherine Ryan Hyde (The Wake Up) I quickly replaced it with this one. This is a tiny tale with the continuing life of Lady Hardcastle and her trusty sidekick/secretary/lady's maid. It is Christmas… Continue reading Christmas at The Grange: A Lady Hardcastle Mystery by T E Kinsey

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Espresso Tales (44 Scotland Street, #2) by Alexander McCall Smith

This book follows the 44 Scotland Street, #1 book. It picks off exactly where the last one ends.Life continues to move for all the residents. Bertie has few victories and few disastrous rebellious phases, his father comes to his rescue in this book.His mother, Irene has things to deal with herself.There is Domenica who is fleetingly present… Continue reading Espresso Tales (44 Scotland Street, #2) by Alexander McCall Smith