Posts Tagged ‘Clovis Andersen’

There is no use trying to act like this is news to anyone.  You have already no doubt heard that Clovis Andersen, the American author of The Principles of Private Detection, the veritable bible of Precious Ramotswe, visited Botswana and stayed at the President Hotel in Gaborone.  He not only visited the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, but also collaborated with Mma Ramotswe on a very important case.  All the details are in Alexander McCall Smith’s thirteenth book in The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Series, very smartly titled The Limpopo Academy Of Private Detection.

I wish I could report that Grace Makutsi and her talking shoes, now that she is married to milk toast Phuti Radiphuti, have withdrawn from detective work leaving Mma Ramotswe in peace; but I can not.  I don’t want to be mean about this; but mark my words, I see a sanitarium visit in the future of the new Mma Radiphuti.

Charlie, worthless failed apprentice of Mr. J.L.B. Matekoni at the Tlokweng Road Speedy Motors, proves himself exceedingly ingenious and useful.  I will tell no more so the details are fresh when you read them.  I, for one, commend him.  Charles Marlin

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