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Book Review|
January 1, 2000

One Day’s Perfect Weather

Emotional worlds away, One Day’s Perfect Weather is a catalog of damage and loss among the cognoscenti. It’s a measure of Daniel Stern’s skill that his conceit of building urbane stories on the frames of well-known poetry and music is wholly successful. The U of H professor dispatches his protagonists

Book Review|
January 1, 2000

The Last King of Texas

Raise your margarita to Rick Riordan for the authentic portrait of his hometown, San Antonio, in The Last King of Texas , his third Tres Navarre mystery. This time out, Navarre finds himself embroiled in an open-and-shut case that won’t stay closed. Engagingly cast with the likes of boss Erainya

February 1, 1999

Shock Star

Fort Worth officers and teachers get to know Marilyn Manson.

June 30, 1998

Sci-fi Fo Fum

Texas is filled with giants in the science-fiction field these days, but none loom larger than Bruce Sterling and Michael Moorcock.

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