Tears of the Giraffe - Study Guide Chapter 2-3 Summary & Analysis

Alexander McCall Smith
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Mma Ramotswe decides that they will live in her Zebra Drive house after they marry. She wants to diplomatically tell Mr. J.L.B. Matekoni without offending him.

On Monday morning, Mma Ramotswe appears for work at her detective agency. She learns the latest news and gossip from her secretary Mma Makutsi. Sometimes Mma Makutsi provides information that is useful in her work.

At lunch time, Mrs. Andrea Curtin arrives without an appointment. She had learned of Mma Ramotswe's detective agency from the American Embassy and is looking for her son who has been missing for ten years.

In Chapter Three, Mrs. Curtin explains how she, her husband Jack, and their eighteen-year-old son Michael, first came to Botswana. She was happy in Botswana and likes the people, as did her son. Michael preferred the local people as friends and spent his time with them instead...

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