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Few memoir trilogy finales are able to sustain their vibrancy. Jennifer Worth's Call the Midwife saga succeeds by making it the shared story of her and her East End clients. Like the PBS series that it inspired, the book takes us behind the closed doors of poor, eccentric Londoners who charm us with their improvised responses to their situations. A natural for fans of writers like Katherine Book, Frank McCourt, and James Herriot.