Weekly Wire
Books
Volume III, Issue 33
February 7 - February 14, 2000  
 

Fiction
Want to know what all these checkboxes are for? Click here to find out, or just ignore them.

Murderous Memories [2]
Sinclair Browning's Apache P.I. unearths another Tucson crime scene in "The Sporting Club."
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY
 

Non-fiction
Want to know what all these checkboxes are for? Click here to find out, or just ignore them.

Blank Theories [3]
"Conspiranoia!: The Mother of All Conspiracy Theories" is more encyclopedia than exposé.
— Ben Winters, NEWCITY CHICAGO
 
Kinship Without Condescension [4]
Ian Frazier's On the Rez.
— Dorothy Cole, WEEKLY ALIBI
 
Book Reviews [5]
When "dinosaurs" ruled New York's Upper West Side, and a tale of grief.
MEMPHIS FLYER
 

Now What? [7]
Love to read? Need some clever ideas? Our library of resources and staff picks are guaranteed to turn on plenty of mental light bulbs via your electrified eye sockets.
WEEKLY WIRE
 


E





LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:

mpathy, perception and a few words of Sioux are no substitute for kinship and life experience, but Ian Frazier is honest and realistic about his relationship to his Indian friends and their culture, and he is able to write about them honestly and realistically.

Sinclair Browning's new Tucson-based mystery novel features smart writing, a lively voice, rich settings, and a compelling heroine in Twinkie-scarfing private investigator Trade Ellis.

The truth may be out there, but the facts can be terribly difficult to come by. More encyclopedia than exposé, "Conspiranoia!" is not a grand narrative but a simple glossary of fringe thought.

Also, New York's "dinosaurs," rain in the desert, and more.


Mini Reviews
Want to know what all these checkboxes are for? Click here to find out, or just ignore them.

Speed Reader [6]
"Lluvia en el Desierto/Rain in the Desert."
— Ann Peterpaul, WEEKLY ALIBI


Build your own custom paper. To find out more about this feature, click here.


Search & Archives
Search the archives using the form below or browse through them by issue, author, or column.

Enter one or more keywords to search for:







Page Back Last Issue Current Issue Next Issue Page Forward

Books: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Cover . News . Film . Music . Arts . Books . Comics . Search

Weekly Wire    © 1995-99 DesertNet, LLC . Info Booth . Powered by Dispatch