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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
Storyteller Bill LaLonde. Photo: Storytellers of Canada
Storyteller Bill LaLonde. Photo: Storytellers of Canada

The Crystal: love and pickpocketing

Our storytelling series, The Crystal, continues with Brockville storyteller Bill LaLonde. He shares a tale about love and pickpocketing in Victorian London.  Go to full article

People: Brock McElheran

Near the end of World War Two, Germany unleashed its so-called weapons of vengeance on the British population, the V-1 flying bomb, or "doodle-bug", and the V-2 rocket. Todd Moe talks with SUNY Potsdam professor emeritus Brock McElheran about his book V-Bombs and Weathermaps, his memories of London during World War Two.  Go to full article

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