This person embarks on a strange journey by moving to Savannah in order to leave crowded, harsh New York City.
This person represents everything that Savannah society seems to consider favorable, including money, poise, power and self-assurance.
This person thrives on violence, sex, drugs and alcohol, all of which play a role in his death.
This person suffers from irresponsible financial moves and often must manipulate himself out of sticky situations.
This person was born a man, but receives regular shots of estrogen to increase femininity and is known as a woman.
This person has created a prominent name for himself because of his work with the Savannah Landmark Rehabilitation Project.
Spencer Lawton, Jr.
This person is the District Attorney arguing against Williams in the murder trial.
This person suffers from insomnia, lack of appetite...
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