Through "The No 1 Ladies Detective Agency" series, Alexander McCall Smith has secured a batallion of readers. His talent for creating intelligent and likeable characters who are grabbling with real-life conundrums, is just as apparent in his other book series.
In this third book in "The Sunday Philosophy Club" series, we follow Isabel Dalhousie, editor of the Review of Applied Ethics and incurable everyday philosopher. As usual, the problems faced are not of world-wide consequence, but they are important enough for the circle of friends and acquaintances in Edinburgh.
I just love these books - and will now turn to the next one: "The Careful Use of Compliments".