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Dysfunction Junction
Another of Atkinson's unforgettable dysfunctional families. [09-11-00]
— J. Uschuk, TUCSON WEEKLY

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

Boogie Rites
Cultural scholars hustle to discover whatever happened to the '70s. [08-28-00]
— Jeff Yanc, 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

Marriage À La Mode
Diane Johnson walks down the aisle with another comedy of Franco-American manners. [08-14-00]
— J. Uschuk, TUCSON WEEKLY

Look Out
"Tower" is a highly charged spiritual memoir, in the course of which Bill Henderson rekindles faith, not only in God but also in himself. [08-07-00]
— Gregory McNamee, TUCSON WEEKLY

Forbidden Fruit
Charles Baxter's latest novel is testament to the illusory nature of love. [08-07-00]
— J. Uschuk, TUCSON WEEKLY

Home Sweet Horror
A postmodern, time-warped, creepy cult classic. [07-31-00]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Acting Up
A scathing, carefully documented account of Ronald Reagan's political career. [07-24-00]
— Gregory McNamee, TUCSON WEEKLY

A Language For Selfishness
Jim Sanderson's desert noir. [07-24-00]
— T.R. Hull, TUCSON WEEKLY

Walking Backward
Alvin Josephy has packed an extraordinary range of experience into a long life. [07-17-00]
— Gregory McNamee, TUCSON WEEKLY

Cruel Intentions
Neil Labute raises the shock-bar with his latest play "Bash." [07-17-00]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Magical Nihilism
The alarming absence of good Mexican literature in translation. [07-10-00]
— Randall Holdridge, TUCSON WEEKLY

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

Taking Life
Two takes on the late Richard Brautigan. [06-26-00]
— J. Uschuk, TUCSON WEEKLY

That's Life
'Destiny,' English ex-pat Tim Parks' 10th novel, is a darkly humorous metaphysical satire. [06-19-00]
— Randall Holdridge, TUCSON WEEKLY

Horse Sense
Tucson transplant and decorated Western author Fred Grove's latest mystery novel springs from the gate. [06-12-00]
— Johnny D. Boggs, TUCSON WEEKLY

Son Exposure
A look at George W. Bush's "A Charge To Keep." [06-05-00]
— Randall Holdridge, TUCSON WEEKLY

Place Aliens
A review of Pico Iyer's The Global Soul. [06-05-00]
— Gregory McNamee, TUCSON WEEKLY

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