Friday Finds is hosted by Should Be Reading.
I have just one ‘find’ this week. I’ve only recently discovered how good Alexander McCall Smith’s Isabel Dalhousie novels are. There are seven in the series and I’ve read just two of them so far. The latest one in the series is due out in September. It is:
The Charming Quirks of Others
Description from the publishers Little, Brown Book Group:
Isabel Dalhousie, Edinburgh philosopher and curious observer of the behaviour of her fellow man, is approached by a friend at a local boarding school that is planning to appoint a new headmaster; an anonymous letter has arrived suggesting that one of the shortlisted candidates has a compromising past. But which one is it? Isabel is once again drawn into an investigation, and finds herself exploring dilemmas of human weakness and forgiveness. She turns to her fiancÃ© Jamie for advice, but he too appears to have something to hide . . .
That gives me time to catch up reading the others in the series before this one is published (links to Alexander McCall Smith’s website):