The tenth book in the 44 Scotland Street series comes complete with a kilt and a pizza (and canceled psychotherapy and yoga) for Bertie. The old favorites are back, with Matthew and Elspeth moving house to find a surprise, Big Lou renaming the coffee bar, the Association of Scottish Nudists facing an administrative coup, Angus and Domenica settling in to married life, and Bruce being enlisted to lure away Dr. MacGregor's fiancee. Then the door revolves, and a a fresh breeze blows from Portugal in the person of Nicola Pollock, Stuart's mom, who is a favorite of her grandson and will be sure to be yours too. McCall Smith's gentle wit and his loving touch are thoughtful and deft. The book will be most agreeable to readers who have been following the series all along, but we are legion. This one's a winner.