The Kalahari Typing School for Men

Originally published in July 2004, on my original 52 Books blog.

Author: Alexander McCall Smith
Year published: 2002
Genre: Literature, detective story
Where got: Public library

The story:
The agency has got some competition and Mma Ramotswe and her assistant/secretary Mma Makutsi are both worried about the future of the business. In order to make some extra money for herself, Mma Makutsi starts the business the book takes its title from, giving evening classes in typing to men, and one of her students falls in love with her. Meanwhile, Mma Ramotswe takes a case investigating whether a husband is cheating on his wife, and makes a disturbing discovery. Another client asks her to track down some people he hasn’t seen for about 20 years, so he can make restitution for things he did to them. Both cases present their own unique difficulties, but with her common sense and philosophical way of looking at things, Mma Ramotswe solves both cases to the satisfaction of all involved (except the cheating husband).

Rating:
A fourth instalment in the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series, and just as good as the others. 5 stars.

Comments

Geosi Reads said…
I really, really like the cover of this book. It makes me want to read it.

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