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Book Talk S2 Ep One: A Little Spooky, a Little Practical

  • Aired: 01/29/2016
  • 27:16
  • Rating: NR
Former North Country resident Amy Reade is the author of “Secrets of Hallstead House” and “Ghost of Peppernell Manor”; Paul Smith’s College professor Brett McLeod, author of “The Woodland Homestead”, talks about his how-to book; and editors, Brian Gorman and Maureen Barros, discuss their book, “Stone Houses of Jefferson County”.
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WPBS-DT is proud to announce the second installment of “Book Talk”, with host, Erika Flint
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