The Charming Quirks of Others

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The Charming Quirks of Others
Author Alexander McCall Smith
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series The Sunday Philosophy Club Series
Subject Isabel Dalhousie
Genre Fiction
Publisher Little Brown
Publication date
August 7, 2007
Media type Hardback
Pages 246
ISBN 978-1-4087-0256-7
Preceded by The Lost Art of Gratitude
Followed by The Forgotten Affairs of Youth

The Charming Quirks of Others is the seventh book in The Sunday Philosophy Club Series by Alexander McCall Smith.[1]

Plot[edit]

Isabel Dalhousie is approached by the wife of a trustee of a prestigious Scottish school concerning a poison pen letter that her husband, a trustee of said school, has received, concerning one of the candidates for the post of headmaster.[2]

Isabel's nieces, Cat, has a new boyfriend who is, coincidentally, one of the candidates for the aforementioned position.[3]

Isabel works in her usual manner to get to the bottom of the mystery.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ McCall Smith, Alexander (August 2007). The Charming Quirks of Others. Little Brown. ISBN 978-1-4087-0256-7. 
  2. ^ McCall Smith, Alexander (August 2007). The Charming Quirks of Others. Little Brown. ISBN 978-1-4087-0256-7. 
  3. ^ McCall Smith, Alexander (August 2007). The Charming Quirks of Others. Little Brown. ISBN 978-1-4087-0256-7. 
  4. ^ McCall Smith, Alexander (August 2007). The Charming Quirks of Others. Little Brown. ISBN 978-1-4087-0256-7.