In this third audiobook for The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series, the irrepressible Mma Ramotswe faces supreme problems at home and at work. The detective agency is dealing with some of its most puzzling cases: the government official whose sister-in-law is trying to poison his brother; the beauty pageant whose contestants aren't as good as their looks; and the strange young boy, found naked and wild, smelling of a lion.
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"Highly amusing, intelligent, and heart-warming." (Scotland on Sunday)
"Forget the library; the body is in the mud hut. An African Marple created by a Scottish law lecturer." (Stephen McGinty, Sunday Times)
The story telling
Mama Coutsee because I love her spirit
The previous book in the series and it's just as good.
It made me laugh
"Gentle and easy going"
A good book for calming down before bed. The narrator's accent is very good and the characters are easily distinguishable. I am looking forward to the rest of the series.
"Morality for Beautiful Girls"
I loved the narrator in this version of the books.
She brought life to the story by giving each character his or her own voice.
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