Further tales of the city

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Harper & Row, 1982 - Fiction - 239 pages
106 Reviews
The calamity-prone residents of 28 Barbary Lane are at it again in this deliciously dark novel of romance and betrayal. While Anna Madrigal imprisons an anchorwoman in her basement, Michael Tolliver looks for love at the National Gay Rodeo, DeDe Halcyon Day and Mary Ann Singleton track a charismatic psychopath across Alaska, and society columnist Prue Giroux loses her heart to a derelict living in San Francisco park.

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Very interesting and captivating plot. - Goodreads
First, the plot is preposterous. - Goodreads
Good character development. - Goodreads

Review: Further Tales of the City (Tales of the City #3)

User Review  - Beverly - Goodreads

A delightful book, like a reunion with old college friends. Fun, outlandish plot, which is appropriate for this cast of characters. I am looking forward to reading the next book. Read full review

Review: Further Tales of the City (Tales of the City #3)

User Review  - Otávio Al'ban - Goodreads

Much better than the previous ones (and the Showtime series), the characters seem to have finally "grown up". The return of DeeDee Day from Jonestown adds a lot to the story. Loved it as always. Read full review

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