The Lost Art of Gratitude

The Lost Art of Gratitude

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The sixth book in this bestselling series gives us Isabel, intrigue — both moral and financial — a fox bite, two engagements and at least one wedding!

While attending a second birthday party with her son, Charlie, Isabel meets Minty Auchterlonie, a ruthlessly ambitious high-flying financier who first appeared in The Sunday Philosophy Club. Minty heads a small investment bank and may or may not be deceiving her shareholders. Isabel faces a dilemma: she has information which could prevent the investors from being cheated — but how can she be sure of it?

Meanwhile, Isabel’s niece, Cat, becomes engaged to a stunt man who is also a funambulist. However, the fiancé is about to take up a highly dangerous engagement that Isabel fears will end in disaster, even as Isabel herself considers embarking on an extreme adventure of her own…


From the Hardcover edition.

Publisher: New York :, Pantheon Books
Copyright Date: ©2009
ISBN: 9780307373052
Characteristics: 1 online resource.
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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mrsgail5756 Jan 11, 2013

A very good read. I enjoyed this book. I would recommend this book for all to read.

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Feso4ga
Feb 21, 2011

I want put this item on hold until after March 15th as I will be leaving Seattle to attend a death in family.

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pokano
Aug 22, 2010

The 6th in the Isabel Dalhousie series, this volume finds Isabel embroiled in the intrigues of a ruthless, high-powered Scottish female investment banker.

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memartel
Feb 07, 2010

Another excellent Isabel Dalhousie mystery set in Edinburgh. Really enjoyable series!

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silentsound
Jan 30, 2010

If you liked previous books in series, you'll like this one too.

He's a great author.

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