Mma Ramotswe can find a way to solve any problem, so she doesn’t think this one can be too hard. Surely taking care of a baby elephant is something she can manage . . . or is it? And she has a relative needing money and a new neighbor who needs a bit of advice. Quite a lot on her plate, but of course she can handle it all.
I love to be transported to Botswana, to feel the slower pace of life and to hear the conversations of Mma Ramotswe and Mma Makutsi and Charlie, to watch them solve minor mysteries happily. This a book that makes me smile, makes me feel that everything will always be ok, eventually. Although this is book 21 in the series, it can be read as a stand-alone. But be warned, if you read one book in the series, you will feel compelled to go back and read another, and another, and another . . .
eGalley review Publication date 11.24.2020