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The Lost Art of Gratitude

Sunday Philosophy Club, Book 6
Narrated by: Hilary Neville
Series: Sunday Philosophy Club , Book 6
Length: 4 hrs and 58 mins
4 out of 5 stars (21 ratings)

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Summary

Isabel Dalhousie, philosopher and amateur solver of other people's problems, meets an old foe, Minty Auchterlonie, at a birthday party attended by their young children. Ambitious Minty, now the head of a small investment bank, is in trouble with her shareholders. Isabel becomes involved, and is drawn into a murky world of financial concealment.

Minty is not the only high-flier in Isabel's life; her niece Cat has just become engaged to a tightrope-walking stuntman. Isabel fears his next job - and the engagement - could end in disaster. Meanwhile, her own boyfriend, Jamie, has marriage in mind too . . .

©2009 Alexander McCall Smith (P)2009 Hachette Digital

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  • Rachel
  • Castlerea, Ireland
  • 07-10-10

Gentle and thought provoking

A big fan of Alexander McCall Smith in print I enjoyed this installment of Isobel Dalhousie with the chracters all gently moving forward and the usual philosopical questions. However I would have preferred a more Scottish reader.

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  • Neryl
  • 04-07-12

A Giggle on the Way to Work

Would you listen to The Lost Art of Gratitude again? Why?

I would certainly listen again...because Alexander has a way of making me giggle on the way to work. I take delight in his subtle humour and understated seriousness of thought.

What did you like best about this story?

All of it

Which scene was your favorite?

All of it

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No. I like to savour every section. Slowly

Any additional comments?

I wish these books were not abridged!