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Alabama's Yaa Gyasi's lastest novel is a thousand-piece puzzle, a masterpiece, a work of grit.

Rebecca Baum uses her intimate understanding of the rural South to paint an unapologetically ugly picture of life for the impoverished.

Book clubs are opportunities to read more disguised by social time with friends, something we all need right now.

'Forty Years a Gambler on the Mississippi' is possibly the best gambling book published in America.

Acclaimed journalist and Texas native Julia Heaberlin's new book 'We Are All the Same in the Dark' is sure to have murder mystery fans on the edge of their seats.

Grady Hendrix's Southern vampire story lures the reader into a false sense of security before plunging them into a horrific tale of supernatural evil.

Read an excerpt from 'Down Along With That Devil's Bones,' a new book about Confederate monuments, memory and white supremacy. 

26 of the latest mysteries, ghost stories and fiction from Southern authors, including M.O. Walsh and Bobbie Ann Mason.

Victoria Peluso carries on her mother's legacy through social media, a book club and an auction of her belongings later this month.

Read an excerpt from a new book that chronicles 100 years of ice cream from Savannah's beloved institution.