Summer Reading List 5. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil: John Berendt
Seductive murder mystery set in Savannah, Georgia- I need to revisit this one.
4. The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls: Anton Disclafani
I got this recommendation from fellow C-Team member, Mary Boyce Hicks. High society Southern debutantes at an equestrian boarding school set in the 1930s- sounds right up my alley. Check out Mary Boyce's full list of Southern Summer Reading here.
3. Sookie Stackhouse Series: Charlene Harris
Addicting is the word that comes to mind when talking about this series. I've read several and can't get enough.
2. Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe by Fannie Flagg
Hard to beat this classic Southern novel.
I'm so embarrassed to admit that I haven't read any of Pat Conroy books. My stepfather, was a huge Conroy fan, told me this is the one to start with.
What's on your summer reading list?