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A Distant View of Everything (Isabel Dalhousie #11) In This Latest Installment Of Alexander McCall Smith S Ever Delightful And Perennially Bestselling Series, Amateur Sleuth And Philosopher Isabel Dalhousie Is Called Upon To Help When A Matchmaker Begins To Question Her Latest Match.A New Baby Brings An Abundance Of Joy To Isabel Dalhousie And Her Husband, Jamie But Isabel S Almost Four Year Old Son, Charlie, Is None Too Keen On His Newborn Brother In Fact, Charlie Refuses To Acknowledge Magnus, And Isabel Must Find A Way To Impress Upon Her Older Son The Patience And Understanding That Have Served As Guiding Principles In Her Own Life These Are, Of Course, The Qualities That Bring Rosemary Hipple, An Old Acquaintance Of Isabel S, To Seek Her Help In A Tricky Situation Rosemary Is Something Of A Matchmaker And Has Brought Together A Cosmetic Surgeon And A Successful Banker At Her Most Recent Dinner Party But New Information Comes To Light About The Cosmetic Surgeon That Causes Rosemary To Doubt The Auspiciousness Of The Match Isabel Agrees To Find Out , But Her Inquiries Take An Unexpected Turn, And She Starts To Wonder Which Of The Two She Should Be Investigating After All As Ever, Her Intelligence, Quick Wit And Deep Empathy For Others Will Come To Her Aid As She Grapples With The Issues That Are Her Bread And Butter Friendship And Its Duties, The Obligation Of Truthfulness And The Importance Of Perspective.


10 thoughts on “A Distant View of Everything (Isabel Dalhousie #11)

  1. says:

    I want to like this series, I really do I love the No 1 Ladies Detective Agency But I find Isabel Dalhousie unlikeable She is supposed to be my age, but I have always felt her to be about 20 years older than me As Eddie in the deli says, ...


  2. says:

    Rating a book 5 stars on Goodreads means something.Normally, if I rate something 1 star, it means why was this ever published 2 stars means not my cup of tea3 stars means enjoyed it, but not one I would necessarily recommend4 stars means really enjoyed it, would recommend to those who like that genre5 stars means would recommend to everybody, ...


  3. says:

    In The Novel Habits of Happiness, Isabel Dalhousie was such a prig thankfully, Alexander McCall Smith has redeemed himself in A Distant View of Everything, and Isabel is back to her old understanding self And just in time I hadn t realized just how much I had missed her.An old schoolmate of Isabel s, Bea Shandon, fancies herself quite the matchmaker however, Bea has come across information that she may have introduced a very rich friend to a doctor with a history of loving and leaving we In The Novel Habits of Happiness, Isabel Dalhousie was such a prig thankfully, Alexander McCall Smith has redeemed himself in A Distant View of Everything, and Isabel is back to her old understanding self And just in time I hadn t realized just how mu...


  4. says:

    I wish Isabel Dalhousie could be my friend in real life.


  5. says:

    The 11th installment of the Sunday Philosophy Club is here Some things change, new baby Magnus and new deli employee Peg, whilethings stay the same, Isabelle salivating over Jamie, bossy Grace the housekeeper, crazy Cat at the deli, sullen Eddie, and last but not least, an appearance by brother fox In this outing Isabelle is asked to meddle in or rather investigate in the life of a doctor who may be a grifter Although I have a fondness for the series this novel began to irk me While ha The 11th installment of the Sunday Philosophy Club is here Some things change, new baby Magnus and new deli employee Peg, whilethings stay the same, Isabelle salivating over Jamie, bossy Grace the housekeeper, crazy Cat at the deli, sullen Eddie, and last but not least, an appearance by brother fox In this outing Isabelle is asked to meddle in or rather investigate in the life of a doctor who may be a grifter Although I have a fondness for the series this novel began to irk me While having a conversation with a friend Bea, every time Bea spoke, it launched another tangent off in Isabelle s head making the passage really annoying to follow It was comic relief when Eddie finally called Isabelle out on her habit of thinking of something else and smiling when talking to a person That aside I have become invested in the characters over the course of 11 novels I always look forward to a visit to Edinburgh and I...


  6. says:

    I enjoy the musings of Isabel Dalhousie I do understand that readers either love or hate the Sunday Philosophy Club Series When I learned there was a new book, I could hardly wait to get it Reading the book, I feel as if I have just stopped by Isabel s house for a cup of tea and a chat.Isabel has had another child, a boy named Magnus Charlie is now four years old Isabel is again involved in solving...


  7. says:

    I decided, about 3 4 into this book, to not finish it Which is unusual for me I really can t see what the point is I have read other books by this author, like the 1 Detective Agency books, that were good So, this is disappointing.


  8. says:

    Isabel Dalhousie continues to have a good life but at times there a few ripples on its calm surface She realizes that little lies of omission can lead to misunderstandings and erode trust She cannot take her life for granted As always Isabel gets involved in investigating some problem or mystery someone brings to her She learns that things are often not what they seem Her niece Cat who is constantly in and out of relationships is again being secretive This wasn t my favorite in the se...


  9. says:

    it really was rude to allow oneself to daydream while somebody was talking to you In a way, it was every bit as discourteous as taking a telephone call while engaged in conversation with another, or closing one s eyes and drifting off to sleep in a concert in full view of a performer And yet, how did you prevent thoughts coming into your mind And once they were there, how did you stop yourself from entertaining them A Distant View Of Everything is the eleventh novel in the Isabel Dalhousi it really was rude to allow oneself to daydream while somebody was talking to you In a way, it was every bit as discourteous as taking a telephone call while engaged in conversation with another, or closing one s eyes and drifting off to sleep in a concert in full view of a performer And yet, how did you prevent thoughts coming into your mind And once they were there, how did you stop yourself from entertaining them A Distant View Of Everything is the eleventh novel in the Isabel Dalhousie series by popular British author,...


  10. says:

    This novel is part of a great series Each novel is a comfortable, thoughtful read and is not the series of novels for those wanting a great adventure and fast pace story Isabelle is a philosopher and whilst she has interesting, often complicate, human problems to solve she is not dodging death or hunting villains She is mulling over the problems we all mee...


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