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Mary Ann in Autumn: A Tales of the City Novel

3 Ratings: 4.3
A book by Armistead Maupin.

In the sure-to-please follow-up to Michael Tolliver Lives, the bestselling Tales of the City reboot, it's been 20 years since series anchor Mary Ann Singleton left her family and headed to New York. Maupin's San Francisco is comforting in its … see full wiki

Author: Armistead Maupin
Publisher: Harper
3 reviews about Mary Ann in Autumn: A Tales of the City...
review by . January 08, 2011
       Although it was the 1970s when Armistead Maupin first introduced readers to the residents of 28 Barbary Lane, it grew from that newspaper serial to six bestselling novels and an award winning TV series. Thanks to the skills of Maupin the story of those people is as engaging today as it was then. What a pleasure it is to be reintroduced to Mary Ann Singleton in the insightful, compassionate MARY ANN IN AUTUMN, A Tales of the City novel.     We …
review by . December 07, 2010
I was overjoyed when I saw that Armistead Maupin wrote one more "Tales Of The City" novel. I loved all the books in the series, especially the first three (Tales of the City: A Novel (P.S.), More Tales of the City (Showtime Tie-In Edition), Further Tales of the City (Tales of the City Series, V. 3) -- collected in omnibus 28 Barbary Lane: A "Tales of the City" Omnibus), and this one features the return of Mary Ann Singleton, who brought readers into the first book and became …
review by . February 17, 2011
Before there was Sex and the City, there were Tales of the City. Granted, it was a different city...and some different sex in that city. Armistead Maupin’s stories of singles and couples - gay, straight, and either/or - navigating their way through San Francisco over the course during a decade that went from the disco dazzle of the mid-70s to the AIDS crisis in Reagan’s America were originally serialized in the San Francisco Chronicle and collected into six novels. I read and re-read …
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