Tea Time for the Traditionally BuiltAlexander McCall Smith – Tea Time for the Traditionally Built.

Mma Ramotswe is widely known for many things; for example her kindness and her taste for redbush tea and cake – she is after all traditionally built. Everybody is familiar, too, with her tiny white van, which is beginning to feel its age. Are its difficulties to be terminal, or will Charlie, the feckless garage apprentice, be able to save the day? Mma Makutsi certainly thinks the van’s days are numbered, but she can do little to help, as she is experiencing a crisis in her engagement to Phuti Radiphuti. Calm reflection, and frequent cups of tea, will be enough to solve even the most trying of problems. This is the 10th novel about The no. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency.