A Conspiracy of Friends: A Corduroy Mansions Novel (Corduroy Mansions #3)
It’s back to Corduroy Mansionsâ��the slightly dilapidated but well-lived-in mansion block in London’s hip Pimlico neighborhoodâ��for the third installment in Alexander McCall Smith’s latest beloved series.
It seems the universe itself is conspiring against the residents of Corduroy Mansions, as they all find themselves struggling with their nearest and dearest. Oedipus Sna
I do have to admit, however, that he seems to be in production mode, throwing the cast of Corduroy cha...more
He flits between characters and places keeping you on your toes, or is it because that's the...more
It seems the universe itself is conspiring against the residents of Corduroy Mansions, as they all find themselves struggling with their nearest and dearest. Oedipus Snark’s mother, Berthea, is still at work on her scathing biography of her son—the only loathsome Liberal Democrat Me...more
So, I read one book in the "Portuguese Irregular Verb Series." (Why would anyone write a book about Portuguese irregular verbs and more important why would I read it.....it was just as boring as it sounds !!)
"A Conspiracy of Friends" is the third book in this series. I did not read the other books.
This is a story, actually stories, about 5 people whose connection is that they live in the block of...more
One of the loveable characters is Freddie De La Hay who happens to be a dog. He's a smart dog who can restrain himself with seatbelts in a car. However, he did get lost in the country and went down a rabbit hole. Something he won't ever do again.
There are a lot of characters and the novel goes from one character in a few chapters then switches...more
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