Right Attitude To Rain
Bruised early in love by her faithless Irish husband, Isabel Dalhousie is a connoisseur of intimate moral issues. She’s certain of the ethical basis for a little sleuthing now and again – especially when the problems involve matters of the heart.
The key to contentment in the Scottish climate is the right attitude to rain – just as in life the key to happiness lies in making the best of what you have.
Bruised in love by her faithless Irish husband, Isabel Dalhousie is a connoisseur of intimate moral issues: she edits a philosophical journal and spends a great deal of her time considering how to improve the lives of those around her. There is her housekeeper Grace, whose future she must secure; her niece Cat, who is embarking on a new relationship with a dubious workaholic mummy’s boy; and even an American couple newly arrived in Edinburgh on a tour. And then there is Jamie, Cat’s ex-boyfriend, a handsome, gifted musician fourteen years Isabel’s junior, with whom she is slowly and hopelessly falling in love.
Intensely thoughtful and consistently entertaining, THE RIGHT ATTITUDE TO RAIN is shot through with compassion and unassuming intelligence.