Spotlight on Texas Audio Books


July 2003

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Spotlight on Texas is a biannual cassette publication announcing the latest audio books produced by volunteers at the Talking Book Program Volunteer Recording Studio in Austin and at the Recording Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped in Midland. The audio version of "Spotlight on Texas" is distributed on request to Texans with disabilities who are registered to receive the Talking Book Program's free library service.

Since 1978, Talking Book volunteers have recorded thousands of fiction and nonfiction titles by Texas authors or about the history, culture, folklore, and people of the Lone Star state. Titles recorded include biographies, histories, westerns, romances, mysteries, self-help, travel, and children's books. Approximately 10 new books are completed each month, including some in Spanish. In addition, volunteers record three Texas magazines: Texas Monthly, Texas Parks & Wildlife, and Texas Highways.

If you would like to receive an audio cassette copy of "Spotlight on Texas," please contact the Talking Book Program through the phone numbers, e-mail address, postal address, or fax number listed at the bottom of this page.

To order any of the books listed below, note the titles and CT book numbers you would like to request. Then call a Reader Consultant toll-free in Texas at 1-800-252-9605 or, in Austin, at 512-463-5458. A voicemail message service is available after hours and on weekends for you to leave book requests or other messages. Say your full name and patron number (if known) clearly when leaving messages and give the CT book number and title for each request. Book orders may also be sent in an e-mail message to: tbp.services@tsl.texas.gov.

Following the list of titles recently recorded by our volunteers, we also feature in this issue a section on Texas nonfiction women's titles recorded in years past. We are pleased to provide you this reminder that these Texas nonfiction women's titles are available.

Note the titles and book numbers you would like to request, then call us at any time with your order.

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Fiction

Born on the Island: A Novel of Galveston


CT 6586



by Linda S. Bingham, Narrated by Dorothy Blair, 3 cassettes


Facing her 70th birthday, Emily Douglas finally sits down to her typewriter to tell the story of one family born on Galveston Island. The story begins when her grandmother, Faith Kohl Coolidge returns from Europe to find her family decimated and her city in ruins following the terrible hurricane of 1900. She sets out to rebuild her husband's cotton shipping business. This novel is told through the voices of three generations of Coolidge women and the men who loved them.

Breathless


CT 6019



by Margie Walker, Narrated by Carol Esler, 2 cassettes


Monique Robbins felt caught between a rock and a hard place. It was bad enough that the classy Houston nightclub she owned had recently been harassed by mysterious thefts. Now the man she'd just hired-sight unseen-to run T's Place had just walked in - a guy so arrogant and so handsome that he simply took her breath away. Still reeling from a bitter divorce, Solomon Thomas wasn't looking to be tied down. He certainly didn't need a woman like Monique running his life. But the chemistry sizzling between them soon transformed days of pretense into nights of endless pleasure. Until a dangerous stranger sabotaged all they were working to attain. Together, Solomon and Monique had to fight a growing threat and find a way to be equals. This book contains: some sex, violence.

By Hook or by Book


CT 6583



by D.R. Meredith, Narrated by Nancy VanHemert, 2 cassettes


Reference librarian Megan Clark has a passion for fictional crime-but when she and her fellow book group members go from reading mysteries to solving them, they discover that real-life crime is more complex than the most puzzling whodunit. When a valuable, unpublished manuscript about the hobby of string figures is missing and the owner is found dead, Megan and her book group set out to find the culprit. This book contains: profanity.

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The Conquering Heroes


CT 5892



by Peter Gent, Narrated by Dick Collins, 2 cassettes


On the campus of a large Southwestern university, the schools star basketball player rapes a young coed, and the athletic department almost succeeds in covering up the crime until Coach Pat Lee decides to confront the corrupt system he has been part of for twenty years. This book contains: some sex, violence, and profanity.

Defiance County


CT 6342



by Jay Brandon, Narrated by Ev Lunning, 3 cassettes


Galilee, Texas is only an hour and a half south of Houston but the little town might as well be worlds away. Life there is controlled by Alice Beaumont, owner of the town's only large employer, a clothing factory. When Alice's younger daughter and son-in-law are found murdered and their baby kidnapped, evidence points to the factory's general manager, Billy Fletcher. Kelsey Thatch is sent by the Attorney Generals office into the thicket of small-town hostility and conflicting loyalties to prosecute Fletcher. She knows she will get no help from the local district attorney - he is the brother of the accused killer.

The Destiny of Sam Monday


CT 6570



by Jennings P. Hewitt, Narrated by Jack Gazzale, 2 cassettes


U.S. Deputy Marshall Sam Monday decides to trade in his badge to return to ranching at the same time that he inherits his uncle Joe's ranch in Colorado after his uncle is murdered. On the journey from Texas to Colorado to claim his inheritance, he is attacked repeatedly by men sent to kill him and rescues a young woman who had been kidnapped by the Indians years before. This is the story of how Sam makes his way to his new home and finds love along the way.

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Don't Cry for Me, Hot Pastrami: A Ruby the Rabbis Wife Mystery


CT 6577



by Sharon Kahn, Narrated by Janice Lathin, 2 cassettes


Widow Ruby Rothman and the gang from Temple Rita in Eternal, Texas, are back. The irksome temple yenta Essie Sue Margolis, fund-raising chairperson and resident busybody, plans a Caribbean cruise with a Jewish sea captain and Professor Willie Bob Gonzales, who will lecture on Jews of the Caribbean. Unfortunately, Willie Bob dies mysteriously at Ruby's feet while waiting to board the ship. A possible shipboard romance for Ruby has to survive bad food, a severe storm, and suspicions and doubts. Ruby uses her high-tech computer skills and the aid of her email friend, Nan, to solve the crime. This book contains: violence.

The First Immortal


CT 6588



by James L. Halperin, Narrated by Chris Hunnell, 3 cassettes


At the age of sixty-three, Benjamin Smith, accomplished physician and original thinker, succumbs to the heart attack that overwhelms his system on a rain-soaked spring day in 1988. But Ben Smith does not believe in death. A pioneering advocate of the infant science of cryonics, he has arranged to have his body frozen until the day when humanity will possess the knowledge, the technology, and the courage to revive him. That day arrives far more quickly, and far more strangely, than Ben ever imagined. For when he resumes life after a frozen interval of eighty-three years, the world is altered beyond recognition. Eternal youth, beauty, and good health are universally available. This book contains: some sex, profanity.

Flashpoint: A John and Mary Bolt Mystery


CT 6568



by Linda S. Bingham, Narrated by Carol Esler, 2 cassettes


Harry Tepperwein plans to make an attractive young barmaid his fifth wife. But when his ex-wives converge on the beautiful Caribbean island of Coeur d'Saint, John and Mary Bolt's vacation is in jeopardy. Add a poisoned guest, a bloody corpse, a raging fire, and all that's needed to achieve flashpoint is a murderous drug lord with a passion for vengeance. (Second in the series.) This book contains: some sex, violence.

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Hadrian's Walls


CT 6580



by Robert Draper, Narrated by Tom Fairbrother, 3 cassettes


Shepherdsville, in East Texas, is a town defined by its state penitentiaries. It's a town where virtually every inhabitant is either an inmate or a prison employee, a town where crime literally pays. Shepherdsville's two most famous citizens are Sonny Hope, its larger-than-life prison director, and Hadrian Coleman, its most notorious convict. At age fifteen, Hadrian killed a man and was sentenced to fifty years in prison. Twenty years later, he escapes and lives on the run until Sonny secures a full governor's pardon. But Hadrian knows that Sonny's motives are not entirely clean, that this is a favor that will require something in return. When the nature of that payment is finally made clear, he must determine who really owes what to whom and whether carrying out Sonny's demand will result in a lifetime spent in his power. This book contains: some sex, violence, profanity.

Haley Texas 1959: Two Novellas


CT 6575



by Donley Watt, Narrated by Dick Collins, 2 cassettes


This book contains two novellas: In the title novella, "Haley, Texas 1959," Watt uses the intense racial prejudices of a small town in East Texas to paint the backdrop for the murder of black man. In the novella "Seven Days Working," an older man recalls his own childhood and an impossible task he was given by his father when he was 14to clear out 70 acres of mesquite, using an axe. This book contains: profanity.

The Kissing Stars


CT 6567



by Geralyn Dawson, Narrated by Therese East, 2 cassettes


Tess had run away from a broken heart and followed the stars right to Aurora Springs, Texas. There, halfway to nowhere and far from anywhere she joined a dusty frontier settlement filled with eccentric dreamers and desperate searchers attracted by mysterious lights in the sky they believed were magic - "The Kissing Stars." And she might have finally put her ill-fated marriage behind her, if only she hadn't taken a greased pig to the state fair. The pig knocked railroad investigator Gabe Montana down; seeing his ex-wife for the first time in years laid him out flat. Then her revelation that the divorce had never happened stole his breath away. This book contains: heavy sex, violence, profanity.

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The Lady and the Texan


CT 6584



by Bobbi Smith, Narrated by Cindy Johnson, 2 cassettes


A firebrand since the day she was born, Amanda Taylor always stood up for what she believed in. Growing up in Texas, she could ride and shoot with the best of the boys before being sent back East for a more refined education. A firm believer in women's rights, she was not going to let any man control her - especially a man like the gunslinger Jack Logan, who had been sent by her father to escort her safely back to Texas. Jack knew Dan Taylor's daughter was trouble, and yet her defiant spirit only spurred his hunger for her. Jack discovered that keeping the dark-haired tigress at bay was a lot harder than out- smarting the outlaws after his hide. This book contains: some sex, violence, profanity.

The Long Journey


CT 6581



by R. Gates Condre, Narrated by Jeanne Guichard, 2 cassettes


It was almost an obsession with Will Falcon to see the rugged land of the sparsely settled Texas frontier. To pack up his possessions and take his four small, motherless sons, along with a teenage brother, seemed a foolish venture. It was truly a "long journey" from the life of a Tennessee farmer to a rancher in the wildness of a land he had only heard of. It was a rapid metamorphosis as he and his brother, Nate, battled the elements, outlaws and the wild and savage Indians that stalked the plains of frontier Texas. Had Doc not shown up when he did, well... This book contains: profanity.

Lord of the Dragon


CT 6587



by Suzanne Robinson, Narrated by Janice Langlinais, 2 cassettes


The day he was condemned and banished from England, his fellow knights thought they'd seen the last of Gray de Valence. But the ruthless, emerald-eyed warrior, had done more than survive in a world of barbaric dangers, he'd triumphed. Now, eager to pay back his betrayers, de Valence has come home only to find his plans threatened, not by another man but by a volatile, unpredictable, ravishingly beautiful woman. Vowing her own brand of vengeance against the high-handed, impossibly handsome knight, Juliana Welles will do her best to thwart him. Yet when a cunning enemy puts their lives in peril, the fearless knight will have to choose between his perfect revenge and the passion of a lifetime. This book contains: some sex.

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Survivor


CT 6565



by Robert Steele Gray, Narrated by Jack Gazzale, 3 cassettes


Mark Llewellyn is an overweight, forty-something couch potato leading a life dominated by computers, television, and an array of other electronic gadgets: in other words, the typical modern man. Incredibly, while out in a rainstorm, Mark is struck by twin lightning bolts that steal him from his lazy suburban slumber and propel him back into stone-age America. The absence of today's modern conveniences proves to be the least of Mark's troubles, as he's forced to confront the very essence of life: basic survival. Suddenly he faces buffalo herds, bears, floods, primitive villagers, and warring Indian tribes.

Texas Bound


CT 6582



by Jason Manning, Narrated by Jack Huff, 2 cassettes


On an open prairie in front of a mission called the Alamo, Santa Annas soldiers won a brutal victory - in a battle that became a call to arms around the country. Brave men answered from across the United States: New Englanders and Virginians, Kentuckians and Cajuns, all came to the province called Texas to sign a Declaration of Independence on Sam Houston's birthday. Now four men from Alabama, new recruits in John Shakleford's Red Rovers, have joined the fight: Pierce Hammond, the cowardly son of a wealthy plantation owner; Mingo Green, a runaway slave; Boone Tasker, too poor to marry the woman he loves; and Gabe Cochran, a young widower with nothing left to live for. Fleeing their pasts, they are bound by a noble cause. And they will back up their words with their honor, their courage, and their lives. This book contains: violence.

Texas Empire


CT 6319



by Matthew Braun, Narrated by Gratia and Janice Goodspeed, 3 cassettes


Jack Jordan had already made and lost several fortunes when the Panic of 1873 swept his ranch and his wedding plans away. He was an Indian fighter turned cattleman and his greatest quest was about to begin. He came to the breathtaking Texas canyon called Palo Duro with a herd of cattle, his courageous bride-to-be, and an iron resolve to carve a new empire out of the wilderness. This book contains: violence, profanity.

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Texas Glory


CT 6576



by Lorraine Heath, Narrated by Linda Fox, 2 cassettes


Cordelia McQueen was a virtual prisoner in her father's house. Until everything changed when she was shamelessly traded in a battle for land and water rights, and thrust into an unfamiliar world as the bride of Dallas Leigh. Dallas had given his life to the land. Now he aimed to put West Texas on the map. But as he gazed into the eyes of the lovely stranger who belonged to him, he caught a glimpse of another ambition - a warm, radiant desire of the heart.

To Wed In Texas


CT 6589



by Jodi Thomas, Narrated by Linda Fox, 2 cassettes


If any town needed guidance on the path to peace it was wild and dangerous Jefferson, Texas. Delivering it was the widowed Reverend Daniel McLain's calling. Unfortunately, Daniel's own serenity is disrupted when his young daughters' nanny abandons her job, leaving Daniel to appeal to his late wife's family for help. But instead of the elderly aunt he's expecting, he's greeted by Karlee Whitworth, the family's forlorn cousin who's desperate for a place to stay, and eager to prove her worth - by caring for the twins and by mending Daniel's grieving heart. This book contains: some sex, violence.

The Truth Machine


CT 6301



by James L Halperin, Narrated by Craig York, 3 cassettes


It is the year 2004. Violent crime is the number one political issue in America. Now the Swift and Sure Anti-Crime Bill guarantees a previously convicted violent criminal one fair trial, one quick appeal, then immediate execution. To prevent abuse of the law, a machine must be built that detects lies with 100% accuracy. Once perfected, the Truth Machine forces one man to commit a shocking act of treachery, burdening him with a dark secret that collides with everything he believes in. Now he must conceal the truth from his own creation or face his execution.

White Bread Competition


CT 6571



by Jo Ann Yolanda Hernandez, Narrated by Julie Shuey, 2 cassettes


When Luz, a ninth-grade Latina student in San Antonio, wins a spelling competition, her success triggers a variety of emotions among family, friends, and the broader community. Luz's younger sister, Justina, struggles to understand her mixed feelings towards her older sister's accomplishment; Luz's grandmother fears her granddaughter's ambition while another generation of Latinas pins its hopes on her; and the Anglo students and parents must come to terms with the increasing visibility of the Latino community.

Witch of the Palo Duro


CT 6578



by Mardi Oakley Medawar, Narrated by Ed Corrigan, 2 cassettes


In 1866 the Kiowas return to their traditional winter camp at Palo Duro Canyon for the first time in two years. But when a powerful healer winds up missing and two horses are found killed, the camp is convinced it is the work of a shapeshifter. While the camp searches for the witch among them, Tay-bodal begins his own investigation. Anxious to find his missing friend and sure that there is no super- natural cause behind these events; Tay-bodal must uncover the truth before fear destroys the bonds that unite the Kiowa Band.

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Nonfiction

Lunch-Box Chronicles: Notes From the Parenting Underground


CT 6579



by Marion Winik, Narrated by Ruth Borinstein, 1 cassette


Two years after her husband's death from AIDS, writer and public radio commentator Winik tells of raising their two small sons on her own and discusses humorously her inability to be the perfect mom. Part memoir, part survival guide, Lunch-Box Chronicles is a wholly engaging philosophy of parenting, where kids will be the kids they are, and a "good-enough mom" is actually good enough.

Mother And Son: A Memoir


CT 5987



by Michael Sledge, Narrated by Danny Ledford, 2 cassettes


This memoir of a Houston, Texas family explores the bond between a son and his mother, a bond that sustains them during a time of social upheaval when family roles shifted from the comfortable norms of post-World War II America. In 1970 the author's mother was stranded by a divorce she did not want or expect. She had five children eight-year old Michael was the middle child and was completely unprepared for life as a single mother. In telling his family's story, Michael paints a vivid portrait of his mothers strength and perseverance in pursuing a better life for herself and her children. This book contains: some sex.

Texas Bad Girls: Hussies, Harlots, and Horse Thieves


CT 6569



by J. Lee Butts, Narrated by Sergio Villarreal, 2 cassettes


Sometimes humorous, sometimes tongue-in-cheek, sometimes deeply sad and moving -- such are the biographies of fifteen Texas bad girls. Husband killers, run-of-the-mill murderers, whorehouse madams, prostitutes, gamblers, bank robbers, and floozies -- each contributes to a rowdy, ribald history that dates from the state's earliest settlers to yesterday's biggest news story. Their lifestyles assured the harshest of societal criticism and condemnation then and now, but our relentless curiosity won't let them rest. This book contains: violence, profanity.

Tomorrow Will Be Better: Surviving Nazi Germany


CT 6592



by Walter Meyer with the Editorial Assistance of Matt Valentine, Narrated by Kenny Rahmeyer, 2 cassettes


How does a young German who has been a member of the Hitler Youth and has competed in Nazi-organized athletic competitions become, over the span of two years, an eighty-pound, tuberculosis-stricken concentration camp escapee? In this larger-than-life memoir, Walter Meyer leads readers from one harrowing moment to the next as he recounts his experiences during and after Hitler's reign. Meyer's experience as a non-Jewish survivor of the Nazi concentration camps provides an enlightening and varied perspective to the Holocaust dialogue. This book contains: violence, profanity

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Spanish Nonfiction

Querido Alberto: Biografia Autorizado de Juan Gabriel


CT 6585

by Eduardo Magallanes, Narrated by Ricardo Dortignac, 2 cassettes


Querido Alberto narra la vida de una de las figuras mas destacadas dentro de la musica popular mexicana, Juan Gabriel. Nadie se imaginaba lo lejos que iba a llegar aquel cantante que en 1971 probo fortuna grabando sus primeras composiciones, y que hoy ha sabido ganarse el corazon y el reconocimiento de varias generaciones, dentro y fuera de Mexico.

 

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Spotlight on Bonus Titles

Thousands of additional titles recorded in Texas are available from the Talking Book Program. Ask a Reader Consultant to recommend other Texas titles and authors or have Texas titles added to your reading list through our automatic selection program. A world of Texas books is just a phone call or e-mail message away.

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Nonfiction Women's Titles

Legendary Ladies of Texas


CT 3358



by Francis Edward Abernethy, Narrated by Cinda Cyrus, 2 cassettes


A panorama of ghosts, bandit queens, con-artists, madams and a lady governor -- all of whom made their mark on Texas. Includes the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, Babe Didrikson Zaharias and sculptor Elisabet Ney.

From Rattlesnakes to Road Agents: Rough Times on the Frio


CT 3989



by Frances Bramlette Farris, Narrated by Magdalen Moran, 1 cassette


The family reminiscences of a woman who grew up in the newly developing frontier south of San Antonio on the river Frio, after the Civil War, when Indian raids and wolves were a daily fact of life.

You Meet Such Interesting People


CT 5652



by Bess Whitehead Scott, Narrated by Mary Jane Prall, 2 cassettes


At 25, Bess Whitehead Scott became the first woman reporter for the Houston Post. That was in 1915, long before women were accepted in the male bastions of the professional world. This is the story of her life, and a time when opportunities for women did not exist. Scott's talent and stamina in fighting rural and urban hardships exemplify a century of women's progress.

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Pioneer Woman Educator: The Progressive Spirit of Annie Webb Blanton


CT 5667



by Debbie Mauldin Cottrell, Narrated by Andree Rosen, 2 cassettes


In this biography of Texan educator Annie Webb Blanton, the author traces Blanton's rise from teaching in a rural schoolroom in Pine Springs, Texas, to her service as the state's top administrator of public schools, and her tenure as professor of education at the University of Texas. By forging one of the first professional networks and articulating a model for reform that was acceptable within the prescribed limits of her day, Blanton opened the higher ranks of the education field to women across the nation.

Twenty-Two Texas Women: Strong, Tough, And Independent


CT 6115



by Michele Bennett, Narrated by Kelli Taylor, 1 cassette


The women in this book embody the spirit of Texas, from early pioneer days to the present. They are women who ventured into business, politics, aviation, and medicine when such areas of endeavor were not "a woman's place." Two First Ladies of the United States, Lady Bird Johnson and Barbara Bush, are among the outstanding women profiled. The book was co-authored by Barbara Bennett.

Storming the Statehouse: Running for Governor with Ann Richards and Dianne Feinstein


CT 6312



by Celia Morris, Narrated by Mary Jane Prall, 3 cassettes


In 1990 Ann Richards and Dianne Feinstein ran the two most conspicuous political campaigns in the country, aiming for governorships in Texas and California. Each was expected to lose to better-funded Democratic primary opponents and each faced a tough Republican competitor in the general election. Although Richards won while Feinstein lost a close race to Senator Pete Wilson, this insider's account of the campaigns illuminates the ways in which women pursue power in intense, high-stakes political contests. This book contains: profanity.

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Mother And Son: A Memoir


CT 5987



by Michael Sledge, Narrated by Danny Ledford, 2 cassettes


This memoir of a Houston, Texas family explores the bond between a son and his mother, a bond that sustains them during a time of social upheaval when family roles shifted from the comfortable norms of post-World War II America. In 1970 the author's mother was stranded by a divorce she did not want or expect. She had five children-eight-year old Michael was the middle child-and was completely unprepared for life as a single mother. In telling his family's story, Michael paints a vivid portrait of his mother's strength and perseverance in pursuing a better life for herself and her children. This book contains: some sex.

Letters by Lamplight: A Woman's View of Everyday Life in South Texas, 1873-1883


CT 6450



by Lois E. Myers, Narrated by Linda Fox, 2 cassettes


Through letters written by one family in post-Reconstruction Texas, Myers shows what life was like in South Texas, from a feminine perspective. The detailed letters of joy and struggle on the frontier remind us that "broad historical events ... are made up of myriad ordinary lives."

Frankie: Mrs. R.D. Randolph and Texas Liberal Politics


CT 6468



by Ann Fears Crawford, Narrated by Jeanne Guichard, 1 cassette


Sweeping from Frankie Randolph's early years in the East Texas piney woods to the turbulent years of Texas politics from the 1950s to the 1970s, this book traces the accomplishments of the woman who symbolized liberal politics in Texas.

Texas Bad Girls: Hussies, Harlots, and Horse Thieves


CT 6569



by J. Lee Butts, Narrated by Sergio Villarreal, 2 cassettes


Sometimes humorous, sometimes tongue-in-cheek, sometimes deeply sad and moving -- such are the biographies of fifteen Texas bad girls. Husband killers, run-of-the-mill murderers, whorehouse madams, prostitutes, gamblers, bank robbers, and floozies -- each contributes to a rowdy, ribald history that dates from the state's earliest settlers to yesterday's biggest news story. Their lifestyles assured the harshest of societal criticism and condemnation then and now, but our relentless curiosity won't let them rest. This book contains: violence, profanity .

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More Texas Titles Thousands of additional titles recorded in Texas are available from the Talking Book Program. Ask a Reader Consultant to recommend other Texas titles and authors or have Texas titles added to your reading list through our automatic selection program. A world of Texas books is just a phone call or e-mail message away.

As with all of the books in our collection, there is no time limit for ordering any of these books. Feel free to ask for these titles at any time – now or in the future.

The Texas volunteers welcome your comments and suggestions. Send an e-mail message to the Volunteer Recording Studio at tbp.services@tsl.texas.gov or write to us at Volunteer Recording Studio, Talking Book Program, PO Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711-2927. If you live in the Austin area and are interested in volunteering to record books, please call 463-5546 for more information. Information about volunteering is available on this website: /tbp/vrs.html

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