The Kalahari Typing School for Men (No 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency S )

Author: Alexander McCall Smith

Life is never without its problems. Will Precious Ramotswe’s delightfully cunning and profoundly moral methods save the day? Find out in this, the fourth volume in the No.1 Ladies Detective Agency series featuring Botswana’s first and only lady detective., , Now that The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency (the only detective agency for ladies and others in Botswana) is established….Read More

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