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Finely Composed
Sir George Solti's memoirs are much like his conducting -- blunt. [01-12-98]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

Trade Marks
There's a myth that we're moving into a "new" global economy. There always was a global economy. [12-29-97]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

High-Flying Adventure
Techno-thriller king Dean Ing tackles a slower-paced story, with enjoyable results. [12-15-97]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

Earp, Plop, Bring The Mop
The historians' debate over the life and times of Wyatt Earp is less a scholarly endeavor and more a nasty-ass gun fight. [12-08-97]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

Frontier Feminism
The American West as seen through the eyes of some strong women who can kill their own damn snakes. [12-01-97]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

Smoke Signal
Here's a book that should be of use to the cigar-chomping crowd. [10-20-97]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

Local Boy Makes Good -- Music
Critics agree Rico Saccani's recording of Respighi for Naxos is right up there with the best of 'em. [09-08-97]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

Lesser Evils
Unusual detective fiction set in World War II France. [08-18-97]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

Good Fortune
A new novel takes a realistic look at life in Gilded-Age Denver. [08-11-97]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

Native Treasure
UA Professor N. Scott Momaday surely ranks among the best of America's living writers, as this new collection of short pieces proves. [07-21-97]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

Waiting To Exhale
As a promising young soldier, Charles Ashby's first big mistake was obeying orders. [07-02-97]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

Imbalance of Power
Robert D. Kaplan has been described as a purveyor of "travel writing from hell." His journey through the Third World is definitely not on the official tour. [06-06-97]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

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