Friday, February 8, 2019
The Colors of All the Cattle
The Colors of All the Cattle. Smith gives readers the familiar gentle pace of a plot filled with familiar characters, while he introduces surprising new developments. This time out, apprentice mechanic, Charlie, does some effective detective work for Mma Ramotswe. Believe it or not, Grace and Phuti have a fight. Most surprising of all, is that Mma Ramotswe is convinced that she should run for the city council on a platform to stop a property from being developed next to a cemetery. Who’s her opponent? Violet Sephotho. If none of that makes sense to you, you haven’t been reading this series, in which case you should treat yourself. Fans will laugh while reading this installment, and finish the book as always, filled with good feelings. Rating: Four-star (I like it) Click here to purchase The Colors of All the Cattle from amazon.com.