Books by Tess Uriza Holthe

THE FIVE-FORTY-FIVE TO CANNES by Tess Uriza Holthe
FICTION
Released: May 8, 2007

"With Maeve Binchy's talent for interconnected stories, and her tendency toward the sentimental, Holthe is not afraid to enter darker the waters in which her characters sometimes swim but often drown. A talent to watch."
Holthe shifts from the World War II-era Filipino setting of her richly original debut novel (When the Elephants Dance, 2001) to the contemporary Riviera in this novel of linked stories about characters whose lives jostle and sometimes collide along the French-Italian train line to Cannes. Read full book review >
WHEN THE ELEPHANTS DANCE by Tess Uriza Holthe
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 1, 2001

"A well-orchestrated chorus of voices that should strike a strong chord with many."
Romantic and patriotic heroics fill this WWII-set debut: a remarkably rich story about a disparate group of Filipinos thrown together in their struggle to survive the Japanese occupation. Read full book review >