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Texas Monthly On . . .: Texas True CrimeSince , One Magazine Has Covered Crime In Texas Like No One Else, Delving Deep Into Stories That May Turn Your Stomach But Won T Let You Turn Away Texas Monthly On Texas True Crime Is A High Speed Read Around Texas, Chasing Criminals From The Panhandle To The Piney Woods, Through Gated Mansions And Trailer Parks, From To The Twenty First Century The Stories, Which Originally Appeared As Articles In The Magazine, Come From Some Of Its Most Notable Writers Cecilia Ball Investigates The Drug Fueled Violence Of The Border Pamela Colloff Reports On Amarillo S Lethal Feud Between Jocks And Punks Michael Hall Re Visits The Legend Of Joe Ball, A Saloon Owner Who Allegedly Fed His Waitresses To Pet Alligators Skip Hollandsworth Uncovers The Computer Nerd Who Became Dallas Most Notorious Jewel Thief And Katy Vine Tracks A Pair Of Teenage Lesbians Inspired By Thelma And LouiseTexas Monthly On Texas True Crime Is The Second In A Series Of Books In Which The Editors Of Texas Monthly Offer The Magazine S Inimitable Perspective On Various Aspects Of Texas Culture, Including Food, Politics, Travel, And Music, Among Other Topics Texas Monthly On Texas Women Was Released In

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 247 pages
  • Texas Monthly On . . .: Texas True Crime
  • Editors of Texas Monthly
  • English
  • 03 September 2018

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10 thoughts on “Texas Monthly On . . .: Texas True Crime

  1. says:

    I wish this book were three times as long Loved each and every article about often bizarre crimes in an otherwordly state from tragic local murders to unexpected bank robbers to serial killers passed ...

  2. says:

    Absolutely fantasticSkip Hollandsworth is not only a Texas treasure, but a national one as well Long live Texas Monthly

  3. says:

    Skip Hollandsworth articles here.

  4. says:

    There are a handful of writers that I m just plain jealous of They re writers who can spin a story so artfully I can t help but marvel at their skill Two of those writers Skip Hollandsworth and Pamela Colloff are respresented in this volume of longform selections from Texas Monthly centering around crime It includes Hollandsworth s Midnight in the Garden of East Texas , which became the basis of Rich...

  5. says:

    Everything is bigger in Texas, and that goes for the crimes committed in the state Texas Monthly has compiled a book of some of the best of them ranging from the cross dressing bank robber, to the woman who ran over her husband in her Mercedes after she caught h...

  6. says:

    Listened for Review Random House Overall Rating 4.00Audio Rating 4.00Quick Thoughts This was a fantastic albeit I had heard of many of these crimes already listen for True Crime Lovers It picked some of the most bizarre cases based here in Texas I really liked it for lack of another way to put that

  7. says:

    Good BookConsisting of short stories of murder and other crimes in Texas The stories are true and the research done for the stories is spot on The writer brings the reader into the story which makes for a good read.

  8. says:

    Texas Monthly is a great magazine filled with excellent stories, profiles This book collects some of the interesting recent crime stories printed in the magazine Guilty pleasure

  9. says:

    One of the finest magazines in the nation and outstanding true crime stories

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