Summer 2016 Reading Group List
Great news for Buxton Village Books fans! We now sell audio books. Go here to buy your next great "listen" from us!
If you've visited us on Hatteras Island you recognize our storefront. Here on our website we want to offer you the great customer service you'd get if you walked in our front door.
In the store, and here online, we offer lots of great books about the Outer Banks of North Carolina as well as all the newest contemporary fiction, southern fiction and young adult titles.
We'd love to be your "local bookseller" when you're at home too!
From this site you can search and order any book currently in print. Type your title or author into the search box on the left and off you go!
We now also offer ebooks. Look for those in the "Search eBooks" box on the left.Ebook specials are updated daily!
If you are particularly interested in Hatteras or Outer Banks books we've posted those on separate pages for easier searching. Click on the tabs at the top of this page.
Lots to look at here in cyberspace. So come on in and browse around.
A dark shadow has fallen upon the pristine, unspoiled gem of the Outer Banks--Ocracoke Island. Developers and investors long to get their greedy hands on its protected shores. On a moonlit September night six people have gathered at Springer's Point to seek out the ghosts of Ocracoke. Do the spirits care what happens to the island? A strange, glowing eagle appears and scatters the ghost hunters into the woods. One of them will not emerge alive.
Cape Hatteras Chronicles is a series of historical fiction books focusing on the Outer Banks of North Carolina and the surrounding mainland. Each book has been published previously. These novels are now being brought together as a freshly redesigned collection to offer the contemporary reader a glimpse of life on the North Carolina coast in days gone by.
Local favorites for the summer season, many new additions to our rich local history along with some great beach reading.
Call us at 252-995-4240 to order signed copies