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"The Federal Landscape: An Economic History of the Twentieth-Century West" by Gerald D. Nash. "The Autobiography of a Tibetan Monk" by Palden Gyats. [03-28-00]
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"The Bond between Women: A Journey to Fierce Compassion." "No Constitutional Right to Be Ladies: Women and the Obligations of Citizenship." [03-13-00]
— Ann Peterpaul, WEEKLY ALIBI

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"A Home in the Heart of the City" by Kathleen Hirsch. "Reap" by Eric Rickstad. [03-06-00]
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"Somewhere in France." "Finding Grace." [02-28-00]
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"Wild Child: Girlhoods in the Counterculture." "Little Gray Men: Roswell and the Rise of a Popular Culture." [02-21-00]
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"After the Breakup" by Angela Watrous and Carole Honeychurch. "Wild: Stories of Survival From the World's Most Dangerous Places" edited by Clint Willis. [02-14-00]
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"Lluvia en el Desierto/Rain in the Desert." [02-07-00]
— Ann Peterpaul, WEEKLY ALIBI

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"Saints and Sinners." "Like Shaking Hands With God." [01-31-00]
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"The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry." "Batman: No Man's Land." [01-24-00]
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Whatever It Takes: Women on Women's Sport. Civilizing the Machine. [01-10-00]
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Now It's Jazz: Writings on Kerouac and The Sounds
An impressionistic book that reads more like a diary, a mixture of notes to oneself, impressions, dreams, letters, and reflections. [11-29-99]
— Mladen Baudrand, WEEKLY ALIBI

Gods Go Begging
A kaleidoscope of fierce emotions with an intriguing plot. [11-29-99]
— Ann Peterpaul, WEEKLY ALIBI

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"Eddie's Bastard" by William Kowalski. "The Dark Heart of Time" by Philip José Farmer. "Fortress of Owls" by C. J. Cherryh. "What Salmon Know" by Elwood Reid. [11-22-99]
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Walter Kim's 'Thumbsucker'
Indulge yourself. [11-08-99]
— Mladen Baudrand, WEEKLY ALIBI

David Eddie's 'Chump Change'
You can almost feel the words twisting like a knife between your ribs while you laugh. [11-08-99]
— Thane Kenny, WEEKLY ALIBI

Bob Zmuda's Andy Kaufman Revealed! Best Friend Tells All!
A candid document of the comedian's private life and career. [11-01-99]
— Mladen Baudrand, WEEKLY ALIBI

Avrum Organick's Blessings
A thinly disguised autobiography, Organick's book will appeal most to those who question the ongoing clash and blending of cultures. [11-01-99]
— Steve Devitt, WEEKLY ALIBI

More Than Noise
Craig O'Hara's "The Philosophy of Punk." [10-25-99]
— Mary Walling Blackburn, WEEKLY ALIBI

Death Defying
Renée Gregorio's "The Storm That Tames Us." [10-25-99]
— San Juanita Garza, WEEKLY ALIBI

Kathleen Tyau's "Makai"
A revealing portrayal of two Chinese-Hawaiian women and their troublesome friendship is the focus of this lusciously descriptive novel. [10-11-99]
— Christy Wegener, WEEKLY ALIBI

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