The Charming Quirks of Others by Alexander McCall Smith
Sometimes you have to wonder if Smith's novels should really be classified as mysteries; if there is any mystery here it is in the workings of human nature. Solutions to questions raised come from outside more often than they do to any investigative work by philosopher queen Isabel Dalhousie. And for a philosopher, she is certainly very quick to jump to conclusions and make judgments on the slightest of evidence.
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