Chroniques de San Francisco - tome 3

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“Après vingt ans d'exil à New York, Mary Ann Singleton revient sur les lieux de sa jeunesse à San Francisco. Trompée par son mari, atteinte d'un cancer, elle a décidé de se battre pour changer de vie. Elle est hébergée par son ami de toujours, Michael Tolliver, et retrouve la légendaire propriétaire du 28, Barbary Lane, Anna Madrigal. Cette dernière retourne dans le Nevada affronter son passé, ce qui la conduira jusqu'au festival Burning Man. Michael, lui, est contacté par sa mère biologique qui n'a jamais accepté son homosexualité. Malade, elle le réclame à ses côtés. Doit-il rester auprès d'Anna ou accompagner dans ses derniers instants cette mère qui l'a tant rejeté ?

C'est avec un savoureux mélange de drôlerie, de légèreté et de gravité que se clôt cette extraordinaire aventure littéraire dans ce troisième et dernier tome des Chroniques de San Francisco qui regroupe Mary Ann en automne, Anna Madrigal et Michael Tolliver est vivant, précédemment parus aux Éditions de l'Olivier.

Traduit de l'anglais (États-Unis) par Michèle Albaret-Maatsch et Bernard Cohen.

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