The Woman Who Walked In Sunshine is the sixteenth book in the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series by Alexander McCall Smith. The book follows the adventures of Precious Ramotswe, the owner of the agency, and her team as they investigate a variety of cases and face various challenges.
The story begins with Precious receiving a letter from a woman named Mary, who has come to Botswana to visit her husband but has not heard from him in months. Mary is worried that her husband may have been involved in a car accident or have fallen ill, and she asks Precious to investigate.
Precious and her team, including her assistant Grace and her husband Mr. J.L.B. Matekoni, begin their investigation by speaking with Mary’s husband’s colleagues and acquaintances. They soon discover that Mary’s husband has been having an affair with a woman named Liz, and that he has been using his company’s money to fund her lavish lifestyle.
As Precious and her team continue their investigation, they uncover a web of deceit and corruption that reaches far beyond Mary’s husband’s infidelity. They discover that Liz is not just a simple mistress, but a con artist who has been using her charm and beauty to manipulate men and steal their money.
Meanwhile, Precious’s own life is not without its challenges. She must deal with a new rival detective agency that is trying to poach her clients, and she must also confront her own feelings for Mr. J.L.B. Matekoni, who is becoming increasingly distant and cold towards her.
Throughout the book, Precious’s warmth, empathy, and intelligence help her navigate the complex cases and relationships that come her way. She is a true heroine of the series, and her determination to solve the mystery of Mary’s missing husband is inspiring.
In the latest installment of this beloved and best-selling series, Mma Ramostswe faces her biggest challenge yet – a vacation!
Business is slow at the No. 1 Women’s Detective Agency, so slow in fact that for the first time in her esteemed career, Precious Ramotswe has reluctantly agreed to take a vacation. However, the promise of a week of uninterrupted peace is short-lived when she meets a boy named Samuel, a troublemaker who is also in some trouble. When she learned more about Samuel’s sad story, Mrs. Ramotswe felt compelled to intervene and help him get out of his bad situation. Despite this unexpected change of direction, Mma Ramostswe still found herself worried about how the company would function in her absence. Her worries increased when she learned that Mma Makutsi was handling a new and quite complicated case.
A widely respected Botswanan politician is about to receive public recognition, and his reputation is now being questioned by his opponents. The man’s daughter contacted the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency to investigate these troubling claims, but, as in so many cases, all was not as it seemed. Ultimately, the investigation will affect everyone at the agency and will also serve as a reminder that ordinary human flaws should be treated with an enormous helping of charity and kindness. compassion.
I am the number one fan of Alexander McCall Smith’s No. 1 Women’s Detective Agency. Smith has no profanity, no explicit sex scenes, or violence in his books. Instead, we get great storytelling mixed with humor and a moral message surrounding a compelling character with some deep human insights. On top of that, Smith adds some history and travelogues of Botswana to his story.
Our main character is Mma Precious Ramotswe, the owner of the company. Her assistant was Mma Makutsi, who scored 97% in the final exam of the Botswana Secretarial School. Mrs. Ramostswe is going on vacation for a week. This is her first holiday with all the doubts it implies and she puts Mma Makutsi in charge. In this story, Mma Ramotswe observes “an act of selfishness, some small act of unkindness, may seem as serious as a terrible crime, the size of the secret does not speak to the weight its to the soul.” Precious sets out to correct mistakes and put a child on the right moral path.
Lisette Lecat brings audiobooks to life with her accent and precise pronunciation of Setswana words. I read the first part of the series in book form then switched to audio; for this series I will only be doing the audio as Lecat brings Ramotswe to life.
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