Texas Monthly

The Cartel Next Door

A murder in upscale Texas community was so rare as to be a shock in itself. But it rapidly transpired that this efficiently executed hit was out of the ordinary.

Ruffled Feathers

The story of the conservation efforts dedicated to preserving the majestic whooping crane, and the unlawful killing of two of their flock.

The Drug Runners

The story of the Tarahumara people of Northern Mexico, used by drug cartels to smuggle due to their capacity to run extremely long distances.

See No Evil

Not for the fainthearted, this 1993 piece tells the tale of Charles Albright, a man of great charm and many talents who was an apparently upstanding member of Texan society. He was also a murderer, several times over.

The Convert

The story of Tania Joya, who went from school in Barking to the conflict in Syria as the wife of a senior American ISIS member, to an affluent suburban life in Texas – all in a matter of years.