The Revolving Door of Life (44 Scotland Street (10))

 
9781486298778: The Revolving Door of Life (44 Scotland Street (10))

Once more, we catch up with the delightful goings-on in the fictitious 44 Scotland Street from Alexander McCall Smith. With customary charm and deftness, McCall Smith gives us another instalment in this popular series, now running in its ninth season in The Scotsman. Anything could happen to Bertie and the gang ...

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Review:

Praise for the 44 Scotland Street Series:
Powerfully addicting fiction. . . . Delightful. . . . [A] graceful and always amusing depiction of the pleasures and problems of everyday life. "Entertainment Weekly"
As colorful as a tartan. . . . Entertaining and witty. "Orlando Sentinel"
Irresistible. . . . Packed with the charming characters, piercing perceptions, and shrewd yet generous humor that have become McCall Smith s cachet. "Chicago Sun-Times
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Feel the warmth of McCall Smith s wit, deft characterization, and overarching theme of kindness.. . . You ll be treated to an astonishing view of changes incharacters lives, very much like a time-lapse video in book form. "Booklist "(starred review)
McCall Smith, a fine writer, paints his hometown of Edinburgh as indelibly as he captures the sunniness of Africa. We can almost feel the mists as we tread the cobblestones. "The Dallas Morning News"
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Underpinned by a guiding moral intelligence. . . . Sense and humor fuse absolutely. . . . Very special. "The Scotsman"
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Will make you feel as though you live in Edinburgh, if only for a short while, and it s a fine place to visit indeed. . . . Long live the folks on Scotland Street. "The Times-Picayune" (New Orleans)"

Praise for the 44 Scotland Street Series:
Powerfully addicting fiction. . . . Delightful. . . . [A] graceful and always amusing depiction of the pleasures and problems of everyday life. Entertainment Weekly
As colorful as a tartan. . . . Entertaining and witty. Orlando Sentinel
Irresistible. . . . Packed with the charming characters, piercing perceptions, and shrewd yet generous humor that have become McCall Smith s cachet. Chicago Sun-Times

Feel the warmth of McCall Smith s wit, deft characterization, and overarching theme of kindness.. . . You ll be treated to an astonishing view of changes incharacters lives, very much like a time-lapse video in book form. Booklist (starred review)
McCall Smith, a fine writer, paints his hometown of Edinburgh as indelibly as he captures the sunniness of Africa. We can almost feel the mists as we tread the cobblestones. The Dallas Morning News

Underpinned by a guiding moral intelligence. . . . Sense and humor fuse absolutely. . . . Very special. The Scotsman

Will make you feel as though you live in Edinburgh, if only for a short while, and it s a fine place to visit indeed. . . . Long live the folks on Scotland Street. The Times-Picayune (New Orleans)"

Praise for the 44 Scotland Street Series:
"Powerfully addicting fiction. . . . Delightful. . . . [A] graceful and always amusing depiction of the pleasures and problems of everyday life." --Entertainment Weekly
"As colorful as a tartan. . . . Entertaining and witty." --Orlando Sentinel
"Irresistible. . . . Packed with the charming characters, piercing perceptions, and shrewd yet generous humor that have become McCall Smith's cachet." --Chicago Sun-Times

"Feel the warmth of McCall Smith's wit, deft characterization, and overarching theme of kindness. . . . You'll be treated to an astonishing view of changes in characters' lives, very much like a time-lapse video in book form." --Booklist (starred review)
"McCall Smith, a fine writer, paints his hometown of Edinburgh as indelibly as he captures the sunniness of Africa. We can almost feel the mists as we tread the cobblestones." --The Dallas Morning News

"Underpinned by a guiding moral intelligence. . . . Sense and humor fuse absolutely. . . . Very special." --The Scotsman

"Will make you feel as though you live in Edinburgh, if only for a short while, and it's a fine place to visit indeed. . . . Long live the folks on Scotland Street." --The Times-Picayune (New Orleans)

Praise for the 44 Scotland Street Series:
-Powerfully addicting fiction. . . . Delightful. . . . [A] graceful and always amusing depiction of the pleasures and problems of everyday life.- --Entertainment Weekly
-As colorful as a tartan. . . . Entertaining and witty.- --Orlando Sentinel
-Irresistible. . . . Packed with the charming characters, piercing perceptions, and shrewd yet generous humor that have become McCall Smith's cachet.- --Chicago Sun-Times

-Feel the warmth of McCall Smith's wit, deft characterization, and overarching theme of kindness. . . . You'll be treated to an astonishing view of changes in characters' lives, very much like a time-lapse video in book form.- --Booklist (starred review)
-McCall Smith, a fine writer, paints his hometown of Edinburgh as indelibly as he captures the sunniness of Africa. We can almost feel the mists as we tread the cobblestones.- --The Dallas Morning News

-Underpinned by a guiding moral intelligence. . . . Sense and humor fuse absolutely. . . . Very special.- --The Scotsman

-Will make you feel as though you live in Edinburgh, if only for a short while, and it's a fine place to visit indeed. . . . Long live the folks on Scotland Street.- --The Times-Picayune (New Orleans)

Book Description:

The tenth of the hugely successful 44 Scotland Street series, written by one of the world's best-loved authors.

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