"Part whimsical memoir, part cultural anthology, Hank Hung the Moon is a celebration of the music, the man, the era, the lore, and the magic of the South's most beloved songster. If I were stranded on a desert island with only one book that captured everything I know and love about the South, this would be the one." —Cassandra King (Conroy), author of The Sunday Wife
Mary Lindsay met her little cousin and namesake only once, but she saw in the quiet, imaginative child a kindred spirit to inherit her ancient house. Fifty years later Mary inherited the house with no knowledge of it beyond her indelible childhood memories, and no experience at all of living in the country.
Salty's Memories... Along the Coastal Highway. A wonderful book! "In his third book on the history of the Northwest Florida, Mennillo takes readers on a journey through Destin’s rich heritage. He begins by opening up the journal of his grandfather, Capt. Reddin “Salty” Brunson, who tells the tale of gangsters in paradise and captains of yore. While Salty passed away in April at the age of 97, Mennillo’s work is a fitting tribute to a man who in life was Destin’s walking history book."