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Zen And The Art Of Cattle Mutilation
While every region has its curious legends and inexplicable oddities, the San Luis Valley is truly the nation's mecca of high strangeness. [03-22-99]
— Christopher Weir, TUCSON WEEKLY

Offensive Line
In a mad dash to criminalize the National Football League, the authors of "Pros and Cons: The Criminals Who Play In The NFL" fail to make one crucial distinction: the difference between arrests and convictions. [01-19-99]
— Christopher Weir, TUCSON WEEKLY

Fanning The Flame
Novelist Greg Dinallo's "Touched By Fire" wastes no time establishing a throat-clenching momentum that doesn't let up until the final page. [01-04-99]
— Christopher Weir, TUCSON WEEKLY

Tragic Trajectory
"Obsession," by John Douglas and Mark Olshaker, navigates the dark world of sexual predators with impassioned conviction and justified outrage. [12-14-98]
— Christopher Weir, TUCSON WEEKLY

Trouble In Metropolis?
"Ecology of Fear: Los Angeles and the Imagination of Disaster," by Mike Davis deconstructs a socio-environmental Apocalypse that may be coming to a city near you. [12-07-98]
— Christopher Weir, TUCSON WEEKLY

Death Be Not Proud
Go ahead...A little schadenfreude won't kill ya! [10-19-98]
— Christopher Weir, TUCSON WEEKLY

Dreamland Diary
Area 51--the top-secret air base in southern Nevada whose restricted airspace is known as Dreamland--has come to represent everything and, consequently, signify nothing. [09-21-98]
— Christopher Weir, TUCSON WEEKLY

Red Planet Revisited
"The Truth About Mars: An Eyewitness Account," by Ernest. L Norman, is an amusing crock of retro weirdness. [08-24-98]
— Christopher Weir, TUCSON WEEKLY

Cheap Thriller
With Shadow Image, Martin J. Smith has once again crafted a razor-edged thriller loaded with deception, dementia and dispossession. [07-13-98]
— Christopher Weir, TUCSON WEEKLY

Street Smart
Journalist Lou Cannon manages to put into useful perspective the L.A. riots following the Rodney King beating. [02-23-98]
— Christopher Weir, TUCSON WEEKLY

Unidentified Light Reading
A bumper crop of UFO books reveals the weirdest creatures of all...us. [09-15-97]
— Christopher Weir, TUCSON WEEKLY

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