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Dorothy Allison’s Bastard Out of Carolina is as southern as they come, if you can take the pain.
I haven't read it, but Confessions of a Failed Southern Lady might appeal to you, too. It's supposed to be as funny as Allison's book is grim.
I love The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, but the subtext is much more gay male than lesbian, even though the author was a (not straight) woman.
Then, of course, there's The Color Purple, which is set mostly in Georgia.
Also have you tried Lauri King - she's a great detective story writer too - nut of course you might not like the who dunnit??