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Christine Wald-Hopkins  (18 articles)

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Cake Walk
A cool way to pass a hot afternoon. [08-28-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

The Tyranny Of Ideals
A classic revolutionary tale of lust for power, property and revenge. [08-21-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Payneful Days
A novel riffs on an intense jazz life. [08-21-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

White-Water Writers
Four unlikely women of words take a televised raft ride through the Grand Canyon. [08-07-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Earnest Alms
Ondaatje's latest novel explores the nature of truth and humanity. [07-03-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Voices Of Youth
Young Native American poets speak out in "When the Rain Sings." [04-24-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Book Smarts
Librarian Claire Reynier throws the book at white-collar crooks in "The Stolen Blue." [04-24-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Murderous Memories
Sinclair Browning's Apache P.I. unearths another Tucson crime scene in "The Sporting Club." [02-07-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

In Short Order
Amy Tan compiles a glorious "Best American Short Stories of 1999." [01-31-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Amazing Disgrace
Disgrace chronicles not only the consequences of one man's fall, but those of the reordering of an entire society. [12-13-99]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Ecstatic Appeal
Roberts' novel is imaginative, disturbing and thought-provoking. [08-09-99]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

From Bluegrass To Sagebrush
"Thirsty Woman" won't make any Great Books lists, but it's a natural Zonie read. [07-19-99]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Rising In The East
Ever wonder whose voice it is that keeps Kristin Scott Thomas naked in bed of a baking Cairo afternoon in The English Patient? [08-03-98]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Broad Perspective
"Maverick Women" relates the life tales of 15 women in the frontier U.S. [06-08-98]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

A Spoonful of Sugar
"Bad Medicine" is a low-impact science mystery novel about the hantavirus outbreak on the Navajo Reservation in the summer of 1993. [04-20-98]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Bravo for Brahms
Author Jan Swafford turns out a sympathetic but restrained, very readable biography of the celebrated composer. [01-20-98]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Mississippi Mud
Southern-fried scandal makes for delicious reading. [08-18-97]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Clue In
Detective Frank August isn't your father's Mike Hammer. [07-02-97]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

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