44 Scotland Street Series by Alexander McCall Smith
44 Scotland Street Series
Scotland Street occupies a busy, Bohemian corner of Edinburgh's New Town, where the old haute bourgeoisie finds itself having to rub shoulders with students, poets and portraitists. And number 44 has more than its fair share of the street's eccentrics and failures Book 1. Want to Read. Shelving menu. Shelve 44 Scotland Street.
What is 44 Scotland Street about?
In the late 20th century, McCall Smith became a respected expert on medical law and bioethics and served on British and international committees concerned with these issues. He has since become internationally known as a writer of fiction, with sales of English-language versions exceeding 40 million by and translations into 46 languages., The story was first published as a serial in The Scotsman , starting 26 January , every weekday, for six months. It is the first book in a series of the same name.
By Fabien. On July 15, In Reading Guide. By the author of The No. First published as a serial in the newspaper The Scotsman , the 44 Scotland Street series is written by Alexander McCall Smith and is about the eccentric residents and neighbors of 44 Scotland Street in the city of Edinburgh. Not unlike Tales of the City, this is the lives and times of a group of people, from the remarkably precocious boy six-year-old Bertie to Big Lou, the owner of a coffee bar, or even to Cyril, a dog with the gold tooth.