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Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt
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Dec 29, 11

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Berendt introduces those not from the South to a totally different world and a real-life crime. We happened to be in Savannah when Clint Eastwood was doing the film, and also met several of the characters, including a performance by the lady of a thousand songs.
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message 1: by Linda (new)

Linda C This is one of those books that I have picked up a thousand times, because I feel like I "should" read it, but it never makes it off the library shelf. I'm not a big lover of Southern literature, so maybe that is part of the explanation... so many books... so little time...


message 2: by Linda (new)

Linda C Should have added that I LOVE the title. Hope that isn't the best part of the book.


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