Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

John Berendt took the world by storm and Savannah by surprise when his book, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, became the longest-running title on the New York Times Bestseller List.

Walk with Ted through the garden squares that captivated Berendt, by the sites of the events of the story that just won't die.

Hear how Savannahians really felt (and still feel) about "the Book." Have the record set straight on the real people in town who became the cast of characters who introduced most of the world to Savannah in this murder mystery.

It's very possible you'll run into at least one of the people you read about in "Midnight..." Put on your best manners. Ted knows most of 'em - you'll have to exchange a greeting of "Mornin'!" or "Afternoon!" And, be prepared to hear a bit about how their relations are doin'. They'll probably ask you a question or two, also. Don't worry - a Savannahian is as discrete as the summer is long here.