In his highly anticipated debut novel, Nguyen masterfully crafts a 27-year-long struggle for a family of three Vietnamese refugees attempting to reconcile their new home with their personal identities.
A review of Ann McCutchan's 'The Life She Wished to Live: A Biography of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.'
Since dropping his gut-punch novella 'Sophia' in 2015, Michael Bible has emerged as heir apparent to syntactic virtuoso and Southern legend Barry Hannah.
Swann does more than craft a mesmerizing murder mystery: he illustrates trauma with the priority being authenticity instead of severity.
R.J. Jacobs builds up to this Nashville-set mystery about a musician and her stalker.
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.
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.
An immigrant to a small town in Alabama, Max learns more about himself than he ever expected to, with the help of some friends, in this debut summer read.