A great companion to following the Crooked Road. It includes places to eat, lodging, and many events along The Crooked Road from Roanoke to Bristol. Written by Joe Wilson.
A guide tp Rt. 58 from Beach to Bluegrass. Highway 58 runs across all 500 miles of Virginia. A great guide through the state, full of tales, easy driving directions, and photography. Paperback, 202 pages. Signed by local author, Joe Tennis.
A tale of drug abuse, murder, deciet, and redemption. Three book series. Paperback. By local author, Adda Leah Davis. Book 1- Fatal Choices & Second Chances. Book 2- A Fatal Love of Place. Book 3- A Fatal Web of Deciet.
In 1994, Eric Clapton came across a Wayne Henderson guitar and decided he had to have one. This is the story of how that guitar came to be in a small shop in Rugby, Virginia. Paperback, 228 pages. Written by Allen St. John.
Ghostly tales of Appalachia and The Crooked Road. Paperback, 109 pages. Signed by local author, Joe Tennis.
Virginia’s back roads and rural areas are dotted with traces of once-thriving communities. General stores, train depots, schools, churches, banks, and post offices provide intriguing details of a way of life now gone. Lost Communities of Virginia...
Explore the musical heratige of Appalachia with this beautifully printed, 9X11", 220 page, hard cover book of photographs, interviews, and old stories. Includes companion CD. Written by Susi Lawson.
Taliesan MacGuire sets out to find out why his father left home. Hardcover, 204 pages. By Abingdon, VA author, Gregg Lillly.
The author’s journey to find love and forgiveness when her sister disappears from small town Radford, Virginia. Hardcover. 504 pages. Written by Dlana Bodmer Hall