Arizona authors Archives

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If you grew up watching The Wallace and Ladmo Show on Phoenix’s first TV station, Channel 5 (KPHO), Phoenix Television by Arizona State University media professor Dr. John E. Craft and PHOENIX magazine contributor Lisa Honebrink (Arcadia Publishing, $21.99) will stir nostalgia. If you didn’t, it will serve as an education on the history of the “boob tube” in our fair city, from KPHO to Univision Arizona. Craft and Honebrink hope the book will sustain a...

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“For birders, there is no better place to live or visit than Arizona.” Native son Charles J. Babbitt – a member of Arizona’s pioneering Babbitt family – begins his book, Birding Arizona: What to know Where to go (R.W. Morse Company, $19.95), with this biased boast and spends the rest of the text making a case for the Grand Canyon State’s avian superiority. Birding Arizona is written for beginner and intermediate birders, with an eye...

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Fans of psychological thrillers like Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train will find much to enjoy in Girl in the Rearview Mirror (William Morrow, $26.99), Arizona State University alumna Kelsey Rae Dimberg’s debut novel. Though she currently resides in Milwaukee, Dimberg’s tale of political intrigue, betrayal and corruption is steeped in its Phoenix setting, and you’ll feel the heat radiating off the page. Dimberg follows the travails of Finn Hunt, a recent college...

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