Tales of the City Series

9 primary works • 13 total works

Book 1

Tales of the City
4.03
· 36953 Ratings · 2728 Reviews · published 1978 · 76 editions
San Francisco, 1976. A naïve young secretary, fres…
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Book 2

More Tales of the City
4.20
· 14946 Ratings · 624 Reviews · published 1978 · 37 editions
The divinely human comedy that began with Tales of…
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Book 3

Further Tales of the City
4.14
· 12168 Ratings · 442 Reviews · published 1982 · 37 editions
The residents of 28 Barbary Lane are back again in…
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Book 4

Babycakes
4.05
· 9528 Ratings · 316 Reviews · published 1984 · 30 editions
The characters that filled the pages of the three …
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Book 5

Significant Others
4.07
· 7930 Ratings · 265 Reviews · published 1987 · 30 editions
Significant Others, the fifth self-contained chron…
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Book 6

Sure of You
4.04
· 7274 Ratings · 248 Reviews · published 1989 · 32 editions
In this, the sixth and final self-contained volume…
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Book 7

Michael Tolliver Lives
3.94
· 6814 Ratings · 649 Reviews · published 2007 · 32 editions
Michael Tolliver, the sweet-spirited Southerner in…
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Book 8

Mary Ann in Autumn
4.00
· 5733 Ratings · 690 Reviews · published 2010 · 20 editions
A hilarious and touching new installment of Armist…
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Book 9

The Days of Anna Madrigal
4.06
· 5207 Ratings · 822 Reviews · published 2014 · 21 editions
Suspenseful, comic, and touching, the ninth and fi…
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Book 1-3

28 Barbary Lane: The Tales of the City Omnibus
4.37
· 1243 Ratings · 92 Reviews · published 1989 · 8 editions
Armistead Maupin's uproarious and moving Tales of …
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Book 1-6

The Complete Tales of the City
4.34
· 167 Ratings · 13 Reviews · published 1990 · 5 editions
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Book 4-6

Back to Barbary Lane: The Tales of the City Omnibus
4.43
· 678 Ratings · 19 Reviews · published 1990 · 6 editions
By turns hilarious and heartbreaking, Armistead Ma…
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Book 7-9

Goodbye Barbary Lane
4.63
· 199 Ratings · 11 Reviews · published 2014 · 3 editions

By turns hilarious and heartbreaking, Armistead Ma…

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