Isabel is drawn into an investigation of the facts behind the transplant, with disturbing results. Her enquiries take time, but not so much time as to prevent romantic entanglements, both for Isabel and her housekeeper, Grace. And as for chocolate: that proves to have some very interesting philosophical ramifications, at least in the mind of Isabel Dalhousie. Chocolate is a moral problem, invoking questions of temptation and, of course, human weakness. We are all weak when it comes to chocolate, Isabel decides. Should we just accept the fact and get on with it?
"Isabel Dalhousie's charm is undeniable." (Sunday Times)
"The Sunday Philosophy Club is vintage McCall Smith, written with a characteristic twinkle in his eye and the graceful clarity of an aesthetically attuned lawyer....[It] sets up Isabel Dalhousie as Edinburgh's latest, and most engaging investigator." (The Herald)
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Friends, Lovers, Chocolate made me smile
I just loved this audiobook. Friends, Lovers, Chocolate is the 2nd in the series and it didn't disappoint. A lovely listening experience for those who love the gentler side of life with a mystery thrown in. The voice of the reader and the interspersed music were excellent and gave the story life. I'm looking forward to the next one.
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A wealth of thoughtful entertainment.
The gentle inquisitions Isabelle applies to every aspect of her life make this entertaining tale a pleasure to listen to. Well read by Phyllis Logan: all the characters come to life and we feel for Isabelle as her developing friendship with James disturbs old wounds. My only complaint is that I cannot enjoy the entire series unabridged from Audible, as I am now intent on finding out what Isabelle and James will get up to next.