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Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book: A Texas Oil Boom Fuels a Family Saga [The New York Times]

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PDF Photo Credit Patricia Wall/The New York Times As a 27-year-old with three children, Bobby Mealer got a phone call from his friend Grady Cunningham, who asked: “How’d you like to be a millionaire?” In that place and time, Texas in 1981, this was not an idle question. Mealer was living in Alvin, outside of Houston, working at a chemical plant. Cunningham was in Big Spring, a West Texas town on the precipice of an oil boom; not its first. Cunningham had started his own drilling company, and wanted his friend to be his vice president. The journalist and author Bryan Mealer set out to tell the story of his father and Cunningham’s boom and bust in “The Kings of Big Spring,” but ended up covering much more. He looks back at more than a century — starting in the 1800s, when his great-grandfather was working with moonshiners in Georgia — to write about religion’s grip on his family, opportunity in the United States and the decadent times that com [Read more]

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