Penguin Random House Audio is thrilled to partner with Texas Monthly to offer listeners more than 20 thought-provoking features from the magazineâ€™s archive on audio for the first time. Each unforgettable story, from true crime narratives to larger-than-life profiles, is full of drama and compelling detail that is perfect for the length of a commute.
. "Still Life" by Skip Hollandsworth
. "Mothers, Sisters, Daughters, Wives" by Mimi Swartz
Thirty-five years ago, Dallas--and the country--was gripped by the tragic story of John McClamrock, a high school football player paralyzed during a violent tackle.
For more than a decade, it was Michelle Lyons's job to observe the final moments of death row inmates--but watching 278 executions did not come without a cost.
Breaking ground-- and betting big--on a doomsday community for the rich.
On March 31, 1995, South Texas came to a standstill as the shocking news spread that the hugely popular Tejano singer Selena Quintanilla Perez had been shot and killed in Corpus Christi.
As the godfather of Nashville songwriters, Guy Clark has survived more than forty years of late-night partying and arduous touring--and suffered the loss of those he loved most.
. "The Slow Life and Fast Death of DJ Screw" by Michael Hall, read by Matt Bull