Blue Shoes and Happiness / The Good Husband of Zebra Drive (No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, Bks 7 and 8) (Large Print)
Blue Shoes and Happiness / The Good Husband of Zebra Drive - No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, Bks 7 and 8 - Large Print Author:Alexander Mccall Smith Blue Shoes and Happiness — From universally beloved author Alexander McCall Smith, comes this seventh installment in the bestselling No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series featuring Botswana's best-loved detective. — Life is good for Mma Ramotswe as she sets out with her usual resolve to solve people's problems, heal their misfor... more »tunes, and untangle the mysteries that make life interesting. And life is never dull on Tlokweng Road. A new and rather too brusque advice columnist is appearing in the local paper. Then, a cobra is found in the offices of the No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency. Recently, the Mokolodi Game Preserve manager feels an infectious fear spreading among his workers, and a local doctor may be falsifying blood pressure readings. To further complicate matters, Grace Makutsi may have scared off her own fiancé. Mma Ramotswe, however, is always up to the challenge. And Blue Shoes and Happiness will not fail to entertain Alexander McCall Smith's oldest fans and newest converts with its great wit, charm, and great good will.
The Good Husband of Zebra Drive
In the eighth installment of Alexander McCall Smith's endlessly enjoyable, bestselling series, the judicious Precious Ramotswe comes to discover what is true, stable, and genuine in an ever-shifting world.
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.« less