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The girl who married a lion

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I shall put this book on my desk and read it when there is nothing to be done in The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency' - from Mma Ramotswe's foreword. From animal fables to mysterious forces residing in the landscape, this collection demonstrates the wealth and variety of African folk tales and the particular magic of Africa's spiritual roots. Simple, surprising and humorous, these beautifully rendered tales demonstrate McCall Smith's renowned storytelling skill and his love of Africa, and remain as fresh and vital as in the original idiom.

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Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Cassette tape
ISBN-10:
1405501472
ISBN-13:
9781405501477
Publisher:
Time Warner Audiobooks

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I shall put this book on my desk and read it when there is nothing to be done in The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency' - from Mma Ramotswe's foreword. From animal fables to mysterious forces residing in the landscape, this collection demonstrates the wealth and variety of African folk tales and the particular magic of Africa's spiritual roots. Simple, surprising and humorous, these beautifully rendered tales demonstrate McCall Smith's renowned storytelling skill and his love of Africa, and remain as fresh and vital as in the original idiom.

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Cassette tape
ISBN-10:
1405501472
ISBN-13:
9781405501477
Publisher:
Time Warner Audiobooks

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