This is a work of non-fiction with fictional elements.

In the mood to immerse yourself in Savannah, Georgia, circa the 1980s?  This book, a New York Times best-seller for 216 weeks, will take you there.  It recounts the events surrounding and following the death of an antiques shop employee with far less savory side hustles at the hand of his employer, the shop owner.  The photograph of the cemetery statue on the cover became such a popular tourist stop the statue had to be moved to a local museum.  Please read the book so you can participate in our structured, facilitated, Zoom discussion.  (Note: Please join the meeting at 3 pm if you would like some assistance using the features of Zoom.  Otherwise, join us at 3:15 pm for the start of our discussion.)

Author: John Berendt, 1994

(For other book discussions, see #514, 563, 597)