Another enjoyable installment in this series.
The reader Lisette Lecat (South African) has a lovely slow voice, but between the slow voice and a slow-moving story, I found that it dragged too much for me. However, it might very well be a good reflection on the pace of life in some parts of Botswana; I don't know.
I loved the sound of the names: Mma Ramotswe, Mr. J.L.B. Matekoni, Note, Puti Radi Puti. (I'm not sure of the spellings since I only listened to it.)
As with any of the Alexander McCall Smith series (No1 Lady's Detective Agency, Scotland Street, Sunday Philosphy Club etc...) every new book is like meeting friends you haven't seen in a while, and you're never disappointed.
I often think about some of the characters as if they were real...and that does not happen with all the books a read !
I sometimes wish I haven't start reading them...