Morality for Beautiful Girls - Chapters 12 and 13 Summary & Analysis

Alexander McCall Smith
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Chapters 12 and 13 Summary

"Family Business". Early in the morning, Mma Ramotswe has breakfast with Rose and the children. When she tells Motholeli and Puso that she is going to be gone for a few days and Rose will take care of them, Motholeli says she will help Rose as much as she can. This leads Mma Ramotswe to contemplate what a good wife Motholeli would probably be, and how it's unlikely she would get a chance to be. Mma Ramotswe then packs up and leaves, heading for the farm run by the Government Man's brother. When she arrives, she thinks for a moment about how much her father, a modest cattle rancher, would have enjoyed owning a farm that size. Arriving at the main house, she is greeted by a maid, who shows her to the room where the mother of the Government Man...

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