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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781980047247
  • ISBN: 1980047243
  • Physical Description: sound recording
    sound disc
    8 sound discs (approximately 9 hours) : digital, audio ; 12 cm.
  • Edition: Unabridged.
  • Publisher: [Prince Frederick, Maryland] : Recorded Books, Inc., ℗2019.

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Participant or Performer Note: Narrated by Lisette Lecat.
Summary, etc.: Mma Ramotswe happily reconnects with an old friend when his teaching job brings him back to Gaborone. In the course of their conversations, though, Mma Ramotswe learns that Hope, one of their mutual acquaintances, has fallen on hard times. This initially comes as a shock to her, as the woman came from wealth. But when she learns that Hope has recently separated from her husband, a local politician with a less than stellar reputation, she becomes determined to find out the truth. Elsewhere, Charlie and Fanwell are also involved in tricky matters of the heart, as Queenie-Queenie, Charlie's girlfriend, seems to have transferred her affections to Fanwell. It's up to Mma Makutsi to set things right, but she may be too distracted by Violet Sephotho, who has somehow been appointed to the board of a charity. What is Violet up to now? As all of these mysteries are unravelled, Mma Ramotswe and the entire No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency will be reminded of the value of tried and true wisdom--she chooses to believe in goodness, that if our hearts are open, true equality can be found with one another. But in this world can that assumption be justified? It will take all her ingenuity and great moral sense to get to the heart of the matter.
Subject: No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency (Imaginary organization) -- Fiction
Women private investigators -- Fiction
Botswana -- Fiction
Genre/Form: Black fiction.
Mystery fiction.
Adult books on CD.

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