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Tex Waco is the Texas oil billionaire that heads up a group of rich Texas vigilantes known as the Texas 12. A former business partner of Tex is kidnapped and held for ransom by a Mexican drug cartel in Oil Field, Texas. Tex; his two adopted sons, Kale and Ellis Baylock; and The General fly to Oil Field and begin to make their plans to bring the drug cartel to justice and take the cartel's money. Tex enlists the help of two other experienced operatives, Carlos and Bull Dog, and the vigilantes give the drug cartel a dose of .45 Caliber Texas Justice.

©2005 Larry Ray Hill (P)2015 Larry Hill

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The worst ever!

The narrator is the worst of any audio book that I have ever listened to. The book is totally lacking in any redeeming qualities. A complete waste of time and money.

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Great Modern day Adventure

What made the experience of listening to Oil Field, Texas the most enjoyable?

The voice work by Bill Word perfectly fit Larry Hills story. Tense shootouts were suspenseful to the max. The many character voices were easily remembered by Bills excellent accents.

What did you like best about this story?

The times when plans were stategic and dynamic. Plenty of brain food! Speaking of food, I liked the realism of the characters frequently eating and preparing for the awesome shootouts, with rockets!

Which character – as performed by William "Bill" Word – was your favorite?

Tex. a real sharp thinker and a cool patient man as well. He always took care of his men.

Who was the most memorable character of Oil Field, Texas and why?

Same. Some of the other characters were gruff at the appropriate times. Tex, however really stayed true to his character both from and audio and authored standpoint.

Any additional comments?

Great fun listening to this audio book. I look foward to many more.

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Fun Adventure and awesome narration

Would you listen to Oil Field, Texas again? Why?

Yes, it's fun adventure that's is always moving. The narration is superb. Awesome voice.

What did you like best about this story?

It's a straight forward, no nonsense story. Basic "Good vs. Evil" story.

Which scene was your favorite?

When Tex and his friends trick and trap the drug kingpin. Revenge is sweet.

If you could rename Oil Field, Texas, what would you call it?

Don't Mess with Tex Waco

1 of 2 people found this review helpful