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A Conspiracy of Friends By Alexander McCall Smith

A Conspiracy of Friends by Alexander McCall Smith

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The third novel in McCall's acclaimed series about the colourful inhabitants of Corduroy Mansions, Pimlico. This installment follows the adventures of Oedipus Snark, the nasty Liberal Democrat and his mother Berthea who is writing an unauthorised biography of him, and a vegetarian dog called Freddie de la Hay.

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A Conspiracy of Friends: A Corduroy Mansions Novel by Alexander McCall Smith

It's a conspiracy! Everyone at Corduroy mansion - that crumbling but beloved mansion in London's Pimlico - is struggling with their nearest and dearest. In the 3rd volume of life at Corduroy Mansions, Alexander McCall Smith's genius for storytelling, eye for human foibles and joy in the absurdities of modern life conspire to produce page after page of witty entertainment and beautufully observed characters. With friends like these, who needs, well, anything else?

About Alexander McCall Smith

Alexander McCall Smith is the author of the highly successful No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series, which has sold over twenty-five million copies. Since then he has devoted his time to the writing of fiction and has seen his various series of books translated into over forty-six languages and become bestsellers throughout the world. These include the 44 Scotland Street novels, first published as a serial novel in the Scotsman, the Isabel Dalhousie novels, the Von Igelfeld series and the Corduroy Mansions novels.

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A Conspiracy of Friends: A Corduroy Mansions Novel by Alexander McCall Smith
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