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At and Bruce was off putting and ust too confusing It made the female character appear very weak and needy which was Alcohol Addiction Recovery just another train wreck Other than that the book was such a pleasure from alcoholic dogs to Interesting characters andust hilarious scenes would highly recommend it About Author The small fact this book was originally serialised and a chapter was realised each week in an Edinburgh newspaperThanks fact this book was originally serialised and a chapter was realised each week in an Edinburgh newspaperThanks Reading So until next time stay Bookish I ve ust finished this book and I m absolutely enchanted with it The title of the last chapter sums it up Gain Loss Friendship Love What could one ask 44 Scotland Street is a gentle book like murmured conversation about fascinating things The characters are real than many people I ve met in the flesh After the last page is read you feel that they continue on without you as in lifeLiterary fiction is like art I suppose you either love it or you don t I loved it Alexander McCall Smith writes a certain type of novel A cosy sandwiches and scones for afternoon tea type of book It s a tone that doesn t vary whether it is set in wet and gloomy Scotland or the glorious sun filled vistas of Botswana He also has a definite turn of phrase that is uite uniue but sometimes it seems to be done because he is so delighted in himself and the cosy world he s created than for moving the stories forward or revealing the characters fully I enjoyed the The No 1 Ladies Detective Agency series until it ran out of steam The same characters without anything new to add to them so they become caricatures of themselves And always in the same settings with the same very tiny and unimportant plots The excellent writing wasn t enough to induce me to read yet

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one after about sixth or seventh And so I see it with this book Another situation another cosy character or three and a very small storyline This book was ok but I m not going to read the series I ll stop here. Rn the saxophone and italian–all at the tender age of fiveLove triangles a lost painting intriguing new friends and an encounter with a famous Scottish crime writer are ust a few of the ingredients that add to this delightful and witty portrait of Edinburgh society which was first published as a serial in The Scotsman newspaper. .

44 Scotland StreetThere is something about McCall s Smith s writing that brings a smile to my face Having read all of the No 1 Ladies Detective Agency books and adored them I was hoping of the No 1 Ladies Detective Agency books and adored them I was hoping find this series appealing as well and I certainly do Meeting these Scottish characters is like sitting down to share a cup of coffee with a group of friends Normally the tangents some of these characters take would feel irrelevant and make me feel rather impatient but I was willing to ramble anywhere in the city And Cover Any Subject cover any subject these folks I ust wanted to spend time with them I like Pat too She s a realistic sympathetic character and I look forward to sharing new experiences with her ALexander McCall Smith s setting of a historical apartment building and street in modern Edinburgh Scotland is a perfect background to present his cast of characters and their uniue personalities These are characters you love hate or scratch your head at There are snippets of insight throughout with an abundance of references are snippets of insight throughout with an abundance of references philosophy paintings books and writings Big Lou s reading project and conversations contributes a great deal to this There are introductions about Scottish writers and artists the city of Edinburgh and the country of Scotland Edinburgh rates itself above GlasgowThis is a charming peaceful addicting read that originally appeared as a serial in the Scottish press Recommended for lovers of a tiny plot and evolving characters Surprised at how much I enjoyed this really surprised Before you read this review make some tea get cosy because you are about to take a sneak peek into other people s lives The young rarely believe that they will not be able to get what they want because there is always an open future I have to admit that I am always a bit curious as to how my next door neighbours live how they act behind closed doors what they eat for dinner what books are on their bookshelves and ust the general curiosity Well. 44 SCOTLAND STREET Book 1The residents and neighbors of 44 Scotland Street and the city of Edinburgh come to vivid life in these gently satirical wonderfully perceptive serial novels featuring six year old Bertie a remarkably precocious boy Climax (Double Alchemy, just ask his mother  Welcome to 44 Scotland Street home to some of Edinburgh's most color.