viernes, 28 de mayo de 2010

An useful book

Mma Ramotswe is a well-built woman (I love this definition). She was named in this way by a friend when he had just bought a new glasses, he went out the optician's and met her in the street some years later last time.
Mma Ramotswe is the main character in The Nº 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, a series of detectives novels written by Alexander McCall Smith. She was born in Mochudi, a town near Gaborone, Botswana, Africa. She moved to Gaborone when his father died, and there she started her own company, a detective agency. Mma Makutsi is her secretary, a very particular worker.
Morality for beautiful girls (Abacus. 2009) is the third volume of the serie; it tells the Mma Ramotswe's personal and profesional live: like a detective, and like a woman in love (¿?) to Mr J. L. B. Matekoni, a local mecanic (the propietor of Tlokweng Road Speedy Motors). Also the book tells sometimes about women's problems at current society.
It's an original but not funny story. I had read it because I was ordered by my English teacher at Jaen's Languages Official School. You must often read english reviews, newspapers, books... if you want learning English, so this is an useful book.
P.D. Do yo Know the difference between bad girls, bad women, and bad ladies?. You can find it here (pg. 201).

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