Edward A. Farmer's debut novel tells the story of a Mississippi cotton plantation and its house full of secrets.
A book becomes a symbol of hope and change in Krinstin Harmel's summer read.
A literary novel about the inner workings of a friendship spanning decades.
The Harper McClain series continues with the reporter moving to Tybee Island and investigating the death of a famous musician.
In her latest novel, Therese Anne Fowler departs from the style of her previous novels and writes a family drama set in a small town in Virginia.
A review of Virginia Kantra’s contemporary retelling of 'Little Women.'
Published in October of 1932, 'Save Me the Waltz' is a semi-autobiographical account of Zelda Fitzgerald’s marriage to novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Florida native Karen Russell makes the fantastical normal in her latest short story collection.
A review of Chanelle Benz's 'The Gone Dead,' an openhearted story about race and reckoning.
A review of Kim Michele Richardson's 'The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek.'