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Was "Jingle Bells" really written in Savannah? New book Secret Savannah reveals the weird and wonderful about one of the South's most charming cities.

8 books that are sure to please everyone on your list and leave a lasting impression.

'The Goldfinch' movie is now available for rental, but it's still worth reading the book first.

A review of Virginia Kantra’s contemporary retelling of 'Little Women.'

An interview with Gary McAvoy, author of 'And Every Word is True,' a new book about the Clutter murders that proposes Truman Capote's book was not the end of the story.

Late storyteller Nancy Roberts' ghost story books have been revised and reissued by University of South Carolina Press this month.

Promise author Minrose Gwin examines the plight of girls and women in the 1950s in her latest novel.

'All This Could Be Yours' is classic Jami Attenberg, but it's also a love letter to her new home city of New Orleans.

Book lovers will consider it no small feat to fly from more than 125 programs with over 230 authors attending on Nov. 2.

Published in October of 1932, 'Save Me the Waltz' is a semi-autobiographical account of Zelda Fitzgerald’s marriage to novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald.