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Alexander McCall Smith
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"I must remember, thought Mma Ramotswe, how fortunate I am in this life; at every moment, but especially now, sitting on the verandah of my house in Zebra Drive, and looking up at the high sky of Botswana, so empty that the blue is almost white" (Chapter 1, How to Find a Man, pg. 3.)

"But it was not in Mr. JLB Matekoni's heart to say no—that was the problem. And she loved him all the more for that" (Chapter 3, To Kill a Hoopoe, pg. 27.)

"Mr. Buthelezi was a rather more serious matter, but then again, was he really that much of a threat?" (Chapter 5, The Talking Cure, pg. 54.)

"Sins, thought Mma Ramotswe, are darker and more powerful when contemplated within confining walls" (Chapter 5, The Talking Cure, pg. 64.)

"Those poor men, desperate to know how to type, but too ashamed to ask how to do it, had relief in...

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