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Following a distinguished career as a Professor of Medical Law, Alexander McCall Smith has turned... Read More

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Following a distinguished career as a Professor of Medical Law, Alexander McCall Smith has turned to writing full-time. He is the author of over sixty books on a wide array of subjects, and his books have been translated into forty-two languages. He lives in Edinburgh with his wife.

THE NINTH BOOK IN THE BELOVED NO. 1 LADIES' DETECTIVE AGENCY SERIES

The one with the poison pen letter . . .


For the first time in her career as Botswana's no. 1 lady detective, Mma Ramotswe suffers a blow to her faith in the goodness of humanity (and of her neighbours in particular) when she receives a threatening letter. But she does not let this swerve her from the sad plight of an orphan who hopes to find her true family.

Meanwhile, at Zebra Drive, Mma Ramotswe's beloved husband Mr J. L. B. Matekoni is also searching for an expensive miracle for their own foster daughter Motholeli.

The one with the poison pen letter

For the first time in her career as Botswana's no.1 lady detective, Mma Ramotswe suffers a blow to her faith in the goodness of humanity (and of her neighbours in particular) when she receives a threatening letter. But she does not let this swerve her from the sad plight of an orphan who appeals to her for help in finding her true family. Meanwhile, at Zebra Drive, Mma Ramotswe's beloved husband Mr J. L. B. Matekoni is searching for an expensive miracle for their own foster daughter Motholeli.

'Exceptional charm' Daily Mail
'Triumphant' Sunday Times

Discover the world of Alexander McCall Smith and his other books at alexandermccallsmith.co.uk
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* The ninth book in the No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series; Little, Brown are publishing in hardbackThe books possess a beguiling simplicity that is hard to convey without making them seem fey, when in fact they are direct, vivid and down-to-earth ... what he achieves in his No.1 LadiesDAILY TELEGRAPHSUNDAY TIMESSUNDAY TELEGRAPH

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