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Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil is a non-fiction work by John Berendt. The book, Berendt’s first, was published in 1994. It became a New York Times Best-Seller for 216 weeks following its debut and remains the longest-standing New York Times Best-Seller.

The book was subsequently made into Clint Eastwood’s 1997 film adaptation. It was also adapted as a metabook in 2015.

Southern Gothic in tone, depicting a wide range of eccentric personalities in and around the city of Savannah, Georgia. Virtually seeming like a novel and reading like a tale, the non-fictional story is about the real-life events surrounding the murder. This results in four murder trials, with the fourth ending in acquittal after the judge finally agreed to a change of venue to move the case away from the Savannah jury pool. The book describes Williams’ version of the killing, which is that it was in “self-defense”—the result of Hansford, who is prone to fits of rage, shooting at Williams with a gun that is on display, and Williams shooting back in self-defense—and not murder, pre-meditated or otherwise, by Williams.

The death occurred in Williams’ home ‘Mercer House’. The book highlights many other notable Savannah residents as well, including The Lady Chablis, a local drag queen and entertainer. Chablis provides both a Greek chorus of sorts as well as a light-hearted contrast to the more serious action.

The book’s plot is based on real-life events that occurred in the 1980s and is classified as non-fiction. Truman Capote and Norman Mailer. Beaufort, South Carolina, where Dr. Buzzard, the husband of Minerva, the voodoo priestess who figures in the story, is buried.