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Author: Texas Monthly, Various Narrator: Narrator Info Added Soon Publisher: Penguin Random House Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: January 2018 ISBN: 9780525593508
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In partnership with Texas Monthly, the following articles focusing on Texas society are now available in a bundle as an audio download:

* "Busting Out of Mexico" by Jan Reid, read by Bruce DuBose
* "Showdown at Waggoner Ranch" by Gary Cartwright, read by Bruce DuBose
* "Cops and Robbers" by Katy Vine, read by Lydia Mackay
* "Lost and Found" by Katy Vine, read by Lydia Mackay
* "The Trouble With Innocence" by Michael Hall, read by Christopher Ryan Grant


"Busting Out of Mexico" by Jan Reid details the unbelievable story of an eclectic group of Texans that broke Americans out of a Mexican jail.

"Showdown at Waggoner Ranch" by Gary Cartwright is the saga of the Waggoner family, and their fight over the inheritance of the second largest ranch in Texas.

"Cops and Robbers" by Katy Vine investigates the Panama Unit, a group of police officers tasked with cleaning up the drug trade along the Southern Texas and Mexico border who instead became a part of it.

"Lost and Found" by Katy Vine profiles the refugee community of Amarillo, Texas and one woman who volunteers to help them settle into their new lives.

"The Trouble with Innocence" by Michael Hall explores one man's journey through the Texas justice and prison system and asks how, after seeking innocence for 39 years, he could deny his own exoneration. Download and start listening now!

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Texas Monthly has chronicled life in contemporary Texas since 1973, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. The magazine is known for astute political commentary and compelling longform narrative nonfiction. As a leisure guide, it continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations. Texas Monthly has a reputation for providing its readers with a magazine of the highest editorial and design quality and has won thirteen National Magazine Awards. Founded by Michael R. Levy, the magazine currently has a paid circulation of 300,000 and is read by more than 2,100,000 people each month—one out of ten Texas adults.