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teenbookslvr
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Trains and Lovers by Alexander McCall Smith

I just finished reading this phenomenal book! It is the first book I have read from this particular author and I am so impressed by his writing. I would love to discuss this book among people who have read or are currently reading it. :smileyhappy:

 

Besides the story told by Hugh, this book isn't much of a mystery novel. However, I have heard that he wrote a series in that genre so I thought people who have read his books might have also read or are currently reading this. Just to explain my publishing of this discussion in the Mystery seciton. :smileytongue:

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Re: Trains and Lovers by Alexander McCall Smith


teenbookslvr wrote:

I just finished reading this phenomenal book! It is the first book I have read from this particular author and I am so impressed by his writing. I would love to discuss this book among people who have read or are currently reading it. :smileyhappy:

 

Besides the story told by Hugh, this book isn't much of a mystery novel. However, I have heard that he wrote a series in that genre so I thought people who have read his books might have also read or are currently reading this. Just to explain my publishing of this discussion in the Mystery seciton. :smileytongue:


I haven't read this book, but I love his Number One Ladies' Detective Agency series!

 

Trains and Lovers