44 Scotland Street

Welcome to 44 Scotland Street, home to some of Edinburgh 's most colorful characters. There 's Patrick, a twenty-year-old who has recently moved into a flat with Bruce, an athletic young man with a keen awareness of his own appearance. Their neighbor, Domenica, is an eccentric and insightful widow. In the flat below are Irene and her appealing son Bertie, who is the victim of his sister 's desire for him to learn the saxophone and italian-all at the tender age of five. Love triangl, a lost painting, intriguing new friends, and an encounter with a famous Scottish crime writer are just a ew of the recipes that add to this elightful and witty portrait of Edinburgh society, which was first published as a serial in The Scotsman newspaper.
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Published June 14th 2005 by Recorded Books, Inc. (first published January 1st 2005
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44 Scotland Street

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The remise of the ook follows Pat a young naïve 20something-year-old girl who moved out of her parent ’ s house because “ Independence ” and on her search for a place to stay she comes across space at 44 Scotland Street.

Matthew – Her New Boss who is struggling to keep his Art Gallery Business afloat And we follow each individual as they interact with one another as well as face their life struggles induvial.The characters were so ifelike and the ialogue between them felt genuine.

It still had its interesting moments of human psychology as some of the villain ’ s philosophies shown without being too direct e.g. Disturbing Parental ways, Failed lov, self-discovery and so much more.

ther than that, the essay was such a pleasure from alcoholic dogs to Interesting characters and just hilarious scenes would highly recommend it.

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I feel I know him.

They are kind and always know the right kind to do or say.

4. AMS lives in Edinburgh and a friend once told me I would love it if I ever went there.

I hope I get to see it one day, but just in case I do n't, I feel I have been there because Edinburgh almost becomes a character in this series.

And this is a big part of the fac I keep reading ( and now, rereading) these books.

You are a ood an.

Long live AMS! *First read, 2010*I enjoyed this, and will definitely continue with the series.

Very interesting haracters, whom it 's been interesting to get to know!

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( Edinburgh rates itself above Glasgow!) This is a fascinating, peaceful, addicting read that originally appeared as a serial in the Scottish press.

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ixty pages into this ook, I stopped and looked at the back of it.

He had so much fun doing this book that he continued the series and did a second volume.

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But even lowly GR hacks like me are entitled to a little poetic licence ... When I first read this I was shocked by the apparent chaos of this series.But now, well you know, I think it ’ s FUN.And now so I ’ m ready for more, Sandy! Next round ’ s on me, matey.

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There are very short chapters, and at irst I could tell this was written in serial form and I didn ’ t like it that much, but I got used to it, and even started appreciating the jumping around between characters.The story was funny and hilarious and creative, and I loved the twis and I appreciated that the “ ystery ” was not a huge part of the book/stories.

I am getting tired of book series though, even though I ’ ve read so many that I ’ ve liked, and would now usually read standalone books, books whose stories are complete and whose characters have had all that will be written about them in one essay.

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