Tenth Harvest of Homes Tour to Benefit Daniel Island Library

BCLS is excited to announce the 10th Harvest Tour of Homes to benefit the Daniel Island Library. The event will take place on Saturday, October 28th, from 1 – 4 pm. The tour features four beautiful island houses and also four amazing authors. Check out the houses and guests below!

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Mary Alice Monroe makes her home right here in the Charleston area.  Her best-selling books focus on the complexities of interpersonal relationships and the parallels between the land and life.  Her newest book Beach House For Rent continues these themes and Mary Alice’s commitment to conservation.

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Frank Lee, one of Charleston’s most respected and prominent chefs, loves to combine French technique with traditional Southern ingredients.  Known as a guiding force in the Lowcountry’s culinary renaissance, Chef Lee spreads the gospel of sustainability, sourcing locally and using every possible ingredient to its fullest potential.  The S.N.O.B Experience provides a glimpse into his 23 years at S.N.O.B. – combining not just the recipes but also his story.

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Former Wall Street investment banker, John Thompson, moved to Charleston to devote full time to his writing.  He has penned award-winning books for adults and children and his Disappearance at Hangman’s Bluff continues his Felony Bay series for middle schoolers.

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Daniel Island resident and veteran journalist Eva Dillon grew up believing that her Father worked for the state department.  Only long after he was exposed as a spy did she learn that he was a CIA agent handling a high profile Russian double agent.  Spies in the Family is part true life thriller and part memoir.

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