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  • July, East L.A. Louis Perez

  • Splashback SUSAN HEEGER

  • A Desert of Pure Feeling Judith Freeman, Freeman is author of three novels, including "Set for Life," winner of a Western Heritage best novel prize. "Los Angeles is a very rich place," says Freeman from her MacArthur Park apartment. "It's a source of great stories." She calls "A Desert of Pure Feeling," recently released by Pantheon, "an emotional novel for me. Lucy draws on a bank of memories that are mine."

  • Hurry, Sundown CAROLYN SEE

  • Freedom Rider GERALD PETIEVICH

  • The Law of Love Laura Esquivel

  • Outer Space David Wong Louie, Louie is an assistant professor in UCLA's English Department and Asian-American Studies Center. His story collection "Pangs of Love" won The Times' Art Seidenbaum Award for first fiction in 1991. This story is taken from his novel-in-progress, "The Barbarians Are Coming," due in 1997 from Alfred A. Knopf. "A lot of people who find themselves in relationships wake up one day--two kids deep in it--and realize they're not where they belong," Louie says

  • Cadillac Jukebox James Lee Burke, Burke writes about Louisiana homicide detective/bait-shop owner Dave Robicheaux from his Montana home. "Cadillac Jukebox," to be released by Hyperion this month, is the ninth title in the series, inspired by "one Greek tragedy--the story of Orpheus--and modern times--the events in Mississippi involving a civil rights leader's assassination."

  • Summertime Blue

  • They Want to Live, They Deserve a Life

  • Made in the Shade Barbara Thornburg BARBARA THORNBURG

  • The Elegant Beachcomber

  • Style / Restaurants : Top-Down Dining S. Irene Virbila

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