Monday, April 4, 2016

Review: Blue Shoes and Happiness

Blue Shoes and Happiness Blue Shoes and Happiness by Alexander McCall Smith
My rating: 0 of 5 stars

The two ladies continue to work in the detective agency and have added another part time assistant, a fellow that they inadvertently ran into while he was riding his bicycle. He also helps in the garage with minor mechanical repairs and does pick ups and deliveries.

Some of the detective jobs are a bit tricky and Precious is able to solve several mysteries with one blow.

Things are thriving and with the exception of one very tense time when Mma Makutsi accidentally made a comment to her fiance that seemed to have caused him some second thoughts.

These books are so comforting and with a feeling of home. It is hard to put down and you are always looking forward to starting the next in the series.

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