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Corduroy Mansions

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39 pages
Like the 44 Scotland Street series, in which the characters live in a building of flats, the Corduroy Mansions series is also based in a building of flats, but in London instead of Edinburgh.The dialogue throughout is unrealistic and "one" would expect more of an effort to made, to recreate a modern community.
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Corduroy Mansions - Alexander McCall Smith

Corduroy Mansions Series Archives - Alexander McCall Smith

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The books take a peek into the lives of the people that call Corduroy Mansions home, the various tenants and cleaners and managers, and their neighbors. William lives in the genteel block in London affectionately known as Corduroy Mansions.I also found that the characters read as much older than their stated age. Eliot und Isabella in den Rauberbergen McCall Smith, a master of weaving the many strands of his complex stories together, does so here with supreme virtuosity.He stuck out his tongue. Harry Potter und die Kammer des Schreckens / Harry Potter Bd.2 Persons who are vegetarians are invariably represented as either hippie-dippy or extreme and inconsistent earth-savers.

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