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Wouk Novel 'A Hole in Texas'

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Wouk Novel 'A Hole in Texas'

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Wouk Novel 'A Hole in Texas'

Wouk Novel 'A Hole in Texas'

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Alan Cheuse reviews A Hole in Texas by 88-year-old Herman Wouk, a fictional account of a scientist involved with the Texas-based Superconducting Super Collider project. Set in the 1990s the novel has both Hollywood and Congress woven into its plot.