More Tales of the City
The tenants of 28 Barbary Lane have fled their cozy nest for adventures far afield. Mary Ann Singleton finds love at sea with a forgetful stranger, Mona Ramsey discovers her doppelgÄnger in a desert whorehouse, and Michael Tolliver bumps into his favorite gynecologist in a Mexican bar. Meanwhile, their venerable landlady takes the biggest journey of all—without ever leaving home.
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This is my favorite of the Tales of the City series. In the first book, we get to know the Barbary Lane residents. In this one, they are already our friends, and we are ready for the journey. For those of us who choose to live our lives vicariously, this series is liberating. If you don't, or haven't, read the Tales of the City series, you are depriving yourself of genuine pleasure.
Review: More Tales of the City (Tales of the City #2)User Review - Alex - Goodreads
Readable? yes. Enjoyable? yes. But you sort of feel empty after reading this, in much the same way soap operas are diverting. Maupin tries to combine many disparate elements to form this sort of stew ... Read full review