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I am a huge fan of the series but this one was so slow paced and so dark that it took me forever to finish it. Great if you can't sleep at nite.Published 12 days ago by Sebastien A.
'Mary Ann in Autumn' is yet another installment of 'Tales of the City' series. And it delivers what you'd expect: well drawn characters, excellent writing and giving the reader a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by lazza
Great to revisit our old friends from Barbary Lane, and a surprise twist ending makes for an enjoyable read. Enjoy!Published 4 months ago by Deutschermatt
I read the first seven books in the tales of the city series and Mary Ann in Autumn and the next one Days of Anna Madrigal were interesting but really just recaps of the previous... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mercedes Mendez
3.5 of 5 stars –
This series (at the time being just the first 6 books) was recommended to me when I first came out. Read more
Like all Tales of the City books, this one is great. A fairly quick read and fun if you have read the other books, but I would think a little difficult to understand all of it if... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Daniel C Walsh