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John Berendt's Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil has been heralded as a 'lyrical work of

nonfiction,' and the book's extremely graceful prose depictions of some of Savannah, Georgia's

most colorful eccentrics--remarkable characters who could have once prospered in a William

Faulkner novel or Eudora Welty short story--were certainly a critical factor in its tremendous

success. (One resident into whose orbit Berendt fell, the Lady Chablis, went on to become a minor

celebrity in her own right.) But equally important was Berendt's depiction of Savannah socialite Jim

Williams as he stands trial for the murder of Danny Hansford, a moody, violence-prone hustler--

and sometime companion to Williams--characterized by locals as a 'walking streak of sex.' So feel

free to call it a 'true crime classic' without a trace of shame. Read more “Elegant and

wicked…. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil might be the first true-crime book that

makes the reader want to book a bed and breakfast for an extended weekend at the scene of the

crime.' —The New York Times Book Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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