The Reluctant Hermit of Fort Fisher
by Fred Pickler and Daniel Ray Norris
"Our desire is that this book will shed light on his “unsolved” murder case and provide insight into what drove Robert E. Harrill to endure life as a hermit. Most importantly, we want to keep the memory of the Fort Fisher Hermit alive for future generations to ponder and respect." Colorfully presented with rare photographs and a chronology of the Hermit's life before and after his pilgrimage to Fort Fisher.

Britt's Donuts - Forever Sweet
Daniel Ray Norris and Halyn Prusa trace the humble origins and growth of this most beloved family business. Never before published photos illustrate its history and interviews with current and past employees showcase the enduring impact that Britt’s Donuts has had on people’s lives. Goes great with a cold glass of milk!

To Forge A Thunderbolt
Fort Anderson and the Battle for Wilmington

by Chris E. Fonvielle, Jr. Fort Anderson was the largest interior fortification guarding Wilmington, North Carolina during the Civil War. General U.S. Grant and General William T. Sherman waged a combined operation against the fort. The fate of the Confederacy hung in the balance. Chris' book tells the story of the fort, the battle and the people who fought, lived and died there.

Southport's Art Newton
by Thomas Harrelson. The man, his art and local history are all told through the eyes of a Southport native son. The artist’s personal trials and growth as a creative spirit are integral to the story – a colorful story of times gone by, simple pleasures and the Southport of yesterday. Filled with stunning artwork.

Handel With Care
by Lewis J. Hardee, Jr. relates the life of George Frideric Handel from his birth in Germany 1685 to his death in London, his adopted city, in 1759.

Surfing on the Cape Fear Coast
by Joseph "Skipper" Funderburg. SCFC captures the spirit and history of surfing at Wrightsville Beach and Carolina Beach in a colorful, engaging and unique way.

Carolina Beach, NC • Volume 2
by Daniel Ray Norris
Friends & Neighbors Remembered is bigger and better than Volume 1. CB2 is full of everything retro and cool that is Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, Fort Fisher and Seabreeze.

Cape Fear River Indians by Phillip D. Garwood presents a collection of artifacts and revealing conjecture about the Cape Fear River Indians. A rare glimpse into the world this American tribe lived in and soon vanished from, upon being "discovered".

Sampan Blockade - A Sailor's Story of Survival, details one of many dangerous missions undertaken by William Warwick during the Korean War.

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