The Sunday philosophy club

Alexander McCall Smith
large type - 2004

Amateur sleuth Isabel Dalhousie is a philosopher who also uses her training to solve unusual mysteries. Isabel is Editor of the Review of Applied Ethics - which addresses such questions as 'Truth telling in sexual relationships' - and she also hosts The Sunday Philosophers' Club at her house in Edinburgh. In this first book in McCall Smith's new series Isabel investigates how a yong man could have fallen to his death from the top balcony of the Usher Hall. She is aided in this by her beautiful niece, Cat, Hugo, Cat's ex- boyfriend (whose own good looks Isabel is tantalised by) and her strict housekeeper, Grace. Isabel is drawn into the heart of Edinburgh's well-heeled if somewhat shady business community as she sets out to discover the truth.

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Main Author: McCall Smith, Alexander, 1948-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Random House Large Print, 2004.
Edition:1st large print ed.
Series:McCall Smith, Alexander, 1948- Isabel Dalhousie series.
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