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Books: "London Underground"

Canton writer Chris Angus has written another historical thriller. In London Underground, a search for hidden treasures and artifacts leads several citizens beneath London's underground. The novel includes secrets, spies, an ancient disease and a Nazi V-2 rocket. He told Todd Moe that London is one of his favorite cities. Chris will sign copies of his book on Saturday, December 15th, at the Brewer Bookstore in Canton, from 1 - 3 pm.  Go to full article

Titanic at 100: one last story

The centennial of the Titanic's sinking is marked with a new book by Canton author Chris Angus. The Last Titanic Story connects the sinking of the ship, 100 years ago this Sunday, with lost treasures, a World War II German U-boat and a diary.

Angus is best known for his nonfiction about the Adirondacks and the outdoors. But he says the disaster of the Titanic is rich in perspectives, history and human interest. He told Todd Moe the idea for the novel grew from his fascination with the Titanic: the ship, its passengers, the disaster and a "What-If."  Go to full article

Book review: "Oswegatchie"

It's summer and North Country rivers beckon. The Grasse, the St. Regis, the Racquette...the region is filled with rivers that defy map gravity and flow north. Betsy Kepes reviews an anthology about the Oswegatchie River.  Go to full article

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