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Titans, by Leila Meacham (Grand Central Publishing, $26) — The bestselling San Antonio-based author (Roses, Somerset, Tumbleweeds) delivers another old-fashioned saga with Texas as a backdrop. Set in the early 1900s, it focuses on a cattle ranch heiress (the ranch is near Fort Worth) and a farm boy from another ranch. They’ve got an interesting connection, of course, as the beginning of the oil boom signals a time of transition.
"Titans," the fourth Texas epic from San Antonio novelist Leila Meacham, features twins separated at birth who find their lives intertwined in the early days of Texas oil (Grand Central Publishing, $26 hardcover).
Leila Meacham writes about "titans" in the ranching and oil businesses, but she is a titan herself. TITANS will tower over the competition this summer and will be "the" book you will want to take to the beach. Don't count on it taking days to finish for it will induce you to read it all day and through the night until it is over.