97 Greetings From Savannah. Mary L. Martin, Tina Skinner, & Nathaniel Wolfgang-Price. Over 250 vintage hand-tinted postcards will transport readers back to graceful Southern man- sions, sprawling avenues, the imposing buildings of the cotton trade, and the moss-draped oak trees that have made Savannah known the world over. Size:11"x81/2"•272 images•128pp. ISBN: 0-7643-2444-6 • soft cover • $24.95 Savannah Perspectives. Matthew Propst. Over 100 color photos and an engaging text allow readers to experience the natural and architecturalbeauty thatSavannah,Georgia,has to offer. Its famous squares give the city order and grace, and the historic sites, architecture, colleges, and natural beauty in Savannah’s parks, along the Savannah River, and its islands make this a book to enjoy. Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" • 102 color photos • 80 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3460-3 • soft cover • $9.99 Savannah Cemeteries. Matthew Propst. Bonaventure, Colonial Park, and Laurel Grove are must-see sights on Savannah tourist itineraries, and this book is the perfect souvenir for those who make the pilgrimage. See over 200 color photos of final resting places of Savannah’s important founders, heroes, and dignitaries. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 223 photos • 80 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3308-8 • hard cover • $19.99 Civil War Walking Tour of Savannah. David D’Arcy & Ben Mammina. Using this guide you will tour Savannah’s Civil War river defenses, witness the battered fortifications along the battle lines, and walk among the beautiful Southern homes, offices, and churches that survived it all. The 98 striking color photos and black and white historical views and maps enhance the experience. Size: 6' x 9" • 93 color & 5 b/w photos • 192 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2537-3 • soft cover • $19.99 Art in Savannah: A Guide to the Monuments, Museums, Galleries, and Other Places. Sandra L. Underwood. Over 100 beautiful color photos and detailed guide take you on an art tour of Savannah, Georgia. Provides descriptions and images of monu- ments, museums, galleries, art in unexpected places, and profiles of five Savannah artists. Size: 6" x 9" • 103 color & 13 b/w photos • 144 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2649-3 • soft cover • $14.95 Historic Savannah Postcards. Exqui- site hand-colored photographs taken in Savannah, Georgia, between 1900 and 1930 are preserved in a lovely souvenir book, or perforated for removal. At 5" x 7" inches, theyfitstandard frames, ready to proudly display, or to mail to friends.. Size: 7" x 5" • 20 historic color images • 20 pp. • ISBN: 0-7643-2572-8 • soft cover • $8.95 Savannah’s Historic Churches. Roy Heizer. Pho- tography by Nancy Heizer. Discover Savannah’s historic churches through 136 color images. Visit Christ Church, the first church in Georgia, and Mickve Israel, which houses the oldest Torah in North America. Tour a church building that was used as part of the Under- ground Railroad, and learn which churches have been featured in the movies. Size: 6" x 9" • 136 color images • 128 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3864-9 • soft cover • $16.99 GEORGIA: ARCHITECTURE Savannah Architectural Tours. Jonathan Stalcup & photographer Elizabeth Osterberger. Three self-guided walking tours take you on a journey through Savannah’s past and introduce you to the city’s historic architecture. These paths allow you to focus your sightseeing. If you cannot make it to Savannah in person, the 131 beautiful color photos give you a deeper understanding and appreciation of the city and its architecture. Size: 6" x 9" • 131 color photos • 144 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2907-4 • soft cover • $14.99 GEORGIA: STORIES, LORE & HISTORY Mysteries of Georgia's Military Bases: Ghosts, UFOs, and Bigfoot. Jim Miles. Georgia military bases, with their endless angst, secrets, and vast acreage, have led to many tales of the paranormal: ghosts haunt all the bases, Bigfoot roams Army ranges, and UFOs fly over aerial and naval forces. Visit more than 13 military bases to read eyewitness accounts of the paranormal. Size: 6" x 9" • 26 color photos • 112 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-5355-0 • soft cover • $16.99 Haunted Northwest Georgia: The Legend of the Ghost Hearse and Other Spooky Tales. Beth Youngblood. The back roads of the Northwest Georgia hills and valleys hold a breathtaking beauty by day,but when darkness descends, it’s a different story.Through twenty-four haunting tales,read the stories passed down from generation to generation, some so frightful that never a word was spoken—until now. Size: 6" x 9" • 17 b/w photos • 80pp. • ISBN: 978-0-7643-5214-0 • soft cover • $9.99 Savannah’s Monuments: The Untold Stories. Michael Freeman. Shrines commemo- rating Savannah's people and history, from the popular, accepted history to the lesser known, behind-closed-doors chronicles. Stories are shared in an accessible, conversational, and engaging manner, with attention to historical detail, along with 180+ accompanying images. Includes tour maps. Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" • 186 color images • 136 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-4903-4 • soft cover • $16.99 Savannah's Afterlife: True Tales of a Paranor- mal Investigator. Ryan Dunn. Join Paranormal Investigator Ryan Dunn and his team, the Savannah Ghost Research Society, as they investigate the ghosts, histories, legends, and myths of one of the most haunted cities in the country. Read about eyewitness and personal accounts of people being attacked by ghosts, spirits that are not at rest, and places that continue to house the undead. Size: 6" x 9" • 32 b/w photos • 112 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-4769-6 • soft cover • $16.99 Spirits of Georgia’s Southern Crescent. Christina A. Barber. Take a eerie tour of the Southern Crescent to learn about Baker Bob, a ghost with a fetish for telephone misuse or poltergeist George, who throws regular tantrums. Join a female apparition on a bridge in Coweta County who wanders the train tracks screaming for her lost child. Whether an icy touch, ethereal whisper, or shadowy figures, Georgia has tales that will chill you. Size: 6" x 9" • 21 b/w photos • 128 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2945-6 • soft cover • $16.99 Haunted History: Atlanta and North Georgia. Corinna Underwood. Take a spine-tingling tour of Atlanta and North Georgia that presents real life ghost stories and encounters with the world beyond. Meet ghosts from the Civil War, life-saving guardians, mischievous Southern belles, and demonic entities as you explore The Fox Theatre, Dahlonega Gold Museum, Tilley Mill, The Shakespeare Tavern, The Eagle Tavern Museum, and Tunnel Hill. Size: 6" x 9" • 14 b/w photos • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2854-1 • soft cover • $14.95 Georgia Spirits and Specters. Beth Dolgner. Over fifty of Georgia’s ghosts are represented in this col- lection, including “The Meanest Man in Georgia" in Milledgeville, an evil spirit at the Hampton Lillibridge House in Savannah, former inmates at Dahlonega’s Corkscrew Café, and a little girl at Masquerade night- club in Atlanta. Are you brave enough to meet them? Size: 6" x 9" • 44 b/w photos • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3256-2 • soft cover • $14.99 Wicked Haints: A Savannah Ghost Story. JK Bovi. “Haints" are what people in the low country of Georgia’s southeast coast call “spirits." It is believed by some folks that the color Haint Blue keeps evil spirits out of a house. When Haint Blue paint is removed from a house in Savannah, strange occurrences begin to happen and those in the know suspect that wicked spirits are wreaking havoc in the haunted historical district. For young adults and older. Size: 6" x 9" • 14 b/w illustrations • 128 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-4383-4 • soft cover • $16.99 Savannah Folklore. Nicole Carlson Easley. Read Savannah’s history through 58 short stories about revenge, exorcisms, graveyard parties, forgotten cemeteries, unsettled spirits, and lady pirates. See over 60 images of Savannah’s lovely buildings and statues that are mentioned in the text. Learn tales of the most hospitable city in the South. Size: 6" x 9" • 62 b/w photos • Index • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3409-2 • soft cover • $14.99 The “Bird Girl": The Story of a Sculpture by Sylvia Shaw Judson. Sandra L. Underwood. In 1994, a bronze sculpture in scenic Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, Georgia, became famous when it was featured on the cover of the best-selling book, Mid- night in the Garden of Good and Evil. This is her story. Size: 6" x 9" • 27 b/w photos • 160 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-2370-9 • soft cover • $12.99 Savannah Tavern Tales and Pub Review. David Rousseau & Dow Harris. Quench your thirst for local Savannah with half a dozen splendid drinking tales for those who love local legends and folktales. These stories, set in the city’s pubs and taverns, serve up intrigue, murder, raucous fun, and juicy gossip, all illustrating that history need not be dry stuff! Size: 6" x 9" • 224 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-2530-2 • soft cover • $16.95 Savannah Ghosts: Haunts of the Hostess City. David Harland Rousseau and Julie Collins Rousseau. Blending history with mystery, ten ghostly tales send readers on a haunted journey that began in 1734 and continues through the mid-twentieth century. They include tales of vengeance, mojo, pestilence, and witchcraft. Size: 6" x 9" • 23 b/w images • 192 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-2494-2 • soft cover • $12.95 Danny’s Bed. Al Cobb. What would you do if the furniture in your house began to mysteriously rearrange itself? The Cobb family had to face this and other questions when they purchased an antique bed for their son, triggering a ghostly presence in their home that still haunts them today. This first-hand account into the world of hauntings in Savannah, Georgia, touches levitation, ghostly communication, and spectral visitations from the dead. Size: 6" x 9" • 23 images • 92 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2703-2 • soft cover • $9.95 THE SOUTH: GEORGIA