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This is a well-narrated, gentle tale told in very good prose but, if the SETTING of Number One Ladies Detective Agency is important to you as it is to me, you may not enjoy "The Sunday Philosophy Club" as much. The humourous obsevations on human nature are similar, however.
I thought I would like a tale of a Scottish academic/sleuth more since I love British literary "campus comedies," but I did not.
If you are tempted to try this series, though, then the audio format might be more pleasing than print due to the pleasant narration that suited the text very well.
As another reviewer said, this listen left a smile on my face, but for me, I'm not sure it was worth the time and download.
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I have been thoughly enjoying Alexander McCall Smith's No. 1 Ladies series; when suddenly I ran out of books. Decided to try The first in the Philosophy Club series. Again in the style of what I have seen of this author, far more a drama than a real mystery. More a wee bit of puzzlement than an edge of your seat who done it. However that said, I have found all Smiths' titles so far to have fabulous character development and a comfortably easy listening flow that keeps me wanting more. I very much enjoyed the narrator of this title - and if readers choose this audio for no other reason than that; I highly recomend this audio version over the hard copy!
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