'The Scribe' is a mystery that explores 1880s Atlanta, industrialization, race relations, and the city as a symbol of the New South.
The Louisiana writer uses a real-life cave and 1980 murder case to set the scene in his latest literary thriller.
America's prolific travel writer journeys to a new, exotic region in his latest book Deep South.
The bestselling author talks about the struggle between darkness and lightness and landscape as destiny in his new novel — and the importance of writing every day.
'The Silent Sister' author returns to the theme of family secrets in her new novel 'Pretending to Dance.'
The bestselling author interviews first-time novelist of 'The Headmaster’s Darlings: A Mountain Brook Novel' about writing honestly when it comes to real-life places, people and memories.
Texas author Julia Heaberlin prepares for the release of her new hardback thriller 'Black-Eyed Susans.'
'The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society' author's new novel examines how we view history through a charming cast of characters and plot that hinges around the Federal Writers Project.
As the world of fiction and fantasy awaits the publication of Billy Coffey's fifth novel, the Virginia native talks about small-town life, witches and the difference between a good and a great book.
The Mississippi native and debut novelist talks about what it means to tell a Southern tale in 'Three Rivers.'