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The alarming absence of good Mexican literature in translation.
'Destiny,' English ex-pat Tim Parks' 10th novel, is a darkly humorous metaphysical satire.
A look at George W. Bush's "A Charge To Keep."
David Lida gives southbound gringos a grim view in "Travel Advisory: Stories of Mexico."
Warrior Without A Cause
A disconcerting blood lust drives author Anthony Loyd's "My War Gone By, I Miss It So."
"Places Left Unfinished at the Time of Creation" is one minority family's balance sheet of the American 20th century.
With a family legacy such as he has, Dubya just has to succeed. Or does he?
The Spider And The Fly
Angelika Raubal's entanglement with Adolf Hitler is the repellent, yet insidiously alluring, story Ron Hansen tells.
Up In Smoke
Is the perception of Native Americans as intuitive, spiritual ecologists an accurate one?
Old Pueblo Passage
Holden Caulfield's spirit lurks everywhere in Naked Pueblo.
Niven managed to keep safe in a world of violence and intrigue by nothing more (nor less) than an ironclad sense of honor and sober industry.
Crime With Passion
"Gods Go Begging" is a work so ambitious thematically and stylistically, and so timely in its interests, that it surely deserves a broad readership.
With considerable art Arturo Pérez-Reverte integrates obscure
knowledge with a rousing narrative.
Tedium and confusion finally outweigh "One Hundred and One Ways' " other merits.