Right Attitude to Rain by Alexander McCall Smith
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Although shelved under mysteries, this third in the series really doesn't deal with any mystery. More pondering over philosophical issues in everyday life than usual, as Isabel seems to be able to find ethical questions in almost every aspect of her daily life: whether she should take advantage of a seller's mistaken assumption about her relationship with Jamie to get a better price on an apartment to whether she should try to recommend a young woman she has just met for a job--to say nothing of even more personal questions.
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