A Clandestine Texas Bookshelf, Argylle Fizzles, Spotify’s Audiobook Royalties, and a Farewell to N. Scott Momaday

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Jeff and Rebecca take a moment to mark the death of N. Scott Momaday, do a post-mortem on the Argylle ‘intrigue,” pitch a movie based on a secret banned bookshelf in Houston, and more.

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N. Scott Momaday Has Died

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