The Lady Chablis, the outrageously charming drag queen made famous in John Berendt's bestselling Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, takes us on an unforgettable tour of Savannah, spiced with special recipes and beauty tips, in telling the story of a triumphant life filled with passion, humor, flair, and resourcefulness. At a club in Tallahassee she found her drag mother, who would set her on the path to stardom. Playing clubs in Atlanta, Chablis began taking hormones to grow breasts, and developed her stage routine--but, also in Atlanta, she was arrested for "falsification of identification." The Doll's been busted, dusted, cheated out of men and money. She's lived as the Grand Empress of Scrapin' to Get By, she's beat up bad-mouthed bouncers, known love sweet and tender, mean and rough, legal and outlawed--and she's survived, honey, she's flourished!--From publisher description.
I liked her better as one of the players in the book " Midnight In the Garden of Good & Evil". In her/his own biography, well it's just too much.