Review by Steven Robert Allen
The Wicked Game
Through profiles of golf bigwigs like Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and other superstars, Sounes explains how the game has evolved over the last century from an elitist, and often racist, country club pastime to the multi-bizillion dollar entertainment enterprise it is today.
The Big Love
Raised in an evangelical household, Alison doesn't have the emotional tools to deal with her first heart-wrenching romantic breakup. Sarah Dunn's debut novel, The Big Love, is thoughtful quality chick lit at its best.
The Queen of the South
Arturo Perez Reverte
This new thriller tells the story of the rise of a Mexican woman to the top of an international drug smuggling ring. Advance readers have said The Queen of the South is a fast-paced page turner from one of the most loved literary adventure writers around.
Thinner Than Thou
Reed skewers our culture's current obsession with physical appearance in this funny dystopian novel in which the worship of youth and beauty has literally replaced Christianity as the reigning religion of the land. Not as farfetched as it sounds.
Tony Abeyta: A Continuing Journey at The Owings Gallery
Contemporary artist will be exhibiting over 20 new pieces of jewelry. Runs through 9/12.
Tragedy Begets Beauty: Descansos in Valencia County at Belen Harvey House Museum
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