The Greatest British "Georgia" Books of All Time

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Georgia

The "Georgia" category of books refers to literature that is set in or inspired by the state of Georgia, USA. These books may explore the history, culture, and people of Georgia, or simply use the state as a backdrop for their stories. The category may include works of fiction, non-fiction, memoirs, and poetry, and can range from contemporary to historical. Georgia is known for its rich history, diverse population, and stunning landscapes, making it a compelling setting for many different types of stories.

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  1. 1. Killing Floor by Lee Child

    In this gripping thriller, a former military policeman drifting through a small town is arrested for a murder he didn't commit. Upon his release, he finds himself embroiled in a dangerous conspiracy involving counterfeit money, a vast criminal enterprise, and the mysterious death of his brother. Determined to uncover the truth and exact revenge, he must use his skills to outwit the local police, FBI agents, and the mastermind behind the town's dark secrets, all while navigating a complex web of corruption and violence.

    The 1973rd Greatest Book of All Time
  2. 2. A Quiet Belief In Angels by R. J. Ellory

    This novel follows the life of Joseph Vaughan, a boy growing up in a small Georgia town during the 1930s and 1940s, who is haunted by a series of brutal murders of young girls. As the community is ravaged by fear and suspicion, Joseph makes a vow to protect its children. However, the killings continue over the years, shadowing Joseph's life even as he moves away, shaping his destiny. The narrative weaves a tale of mystery, loss, and a quest for justice, deeply exploring the themes of evil, redemption, and the enduring power of belief amidst the darkest circumstances.

    The 7145th Greatest Book of All Time
  3. 3. Blood At The Root by Patrick Phillips

    "Blood at the Root" is a compelling historical analysis that uncovers the racial cleansing that took place in Forsyth County, Georgia, in 1912. The book details how white residents violently expelled the entire Black population of the county, using intimidation, terror, and murder. This event led to a racial purity that persisted in the county for nearly 80 years. Through meticulous research and personal narratives, the book examines the broader implications of racial violence and the shadows it casts over generations, challenging the reader to confront the deep roots of racism and injustice in America.

    The 9350th Greatest Book of All Time

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