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The Sunday Philosophy Club by Alexander McCall Smith

Monday, 23 January 2006 Leave a comment Go to comments

Fiction: Modern Detective. Paperback from Abacus Books. Published in 2005. From the shelves of Pauline Roberts, Datchet, UK.

I was not overly impressed with this book. It took a long time to go next to nowhere. I liked the characters well enough, but the only appearance of a Philosophy Club was a couple of mentions of how the group never got together anymore. However, if there is another in this series, I might give it a try.

Publisher’s summary:
Isabel Dalhousie is a philosopher by training, and an amateur sleuth by choice. When a young man falls from a balcony to his death, Isabel’s curiosity is aroused. She does not believe the fall was an accident, and she is determined to root out the truth. With a little help from some friends (her housekeeper, her niece, and her niece’s rather attractive ex-boyfriend), Isabel plunges into the shady business community of Edinburgh to find some answers

To view on amazon.co.uk, click here: The Sunday Philosophy Club
on amazon.com, click here: The Sunday Philosophy Club : An Isabel Dalhousie Mystery
and on Audible.com, here: The Sunday Philosophy Club

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