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Books of Local Interest


“The Untold Story of Champ” by Robert E. Bartholomew has been published by SUNY Press.

Champ is the “legendary” monster of Lake Champlain.

“Bartholomew embarks on a search to find the truth behind the mythical creature,” according to the publisher. He finds the trail obscured by sloppy journalism, local leaders motivated by tourism income and bickering monster hunters.

Mr. Bartholomew, a native of New York state, teaches history at Botany College in Auckland, New Zealand.

“The Untold Story of Champ” sells for $24.95 and is available on the publisher’s website,

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“Women on Water: Paddling the Adirondacks and Central New York” has been published by North Country Books Inc., Utica.

Ruth Dandrea, Kathy DeLong, Carol Moseman and Bonnie Sanderson chronicle the experiences of a group of paddling friends. Part guidebook and part journal, each of the 25 chapters describes a trip and includes a map, directions and other things to do in the area.

Trips include the Erie Canal, Goose Pond on Lake Ontario, Blue Mountain Lake, Big Moose Lake, Mud Lake and Salmon River Reservoir.

The books sells for $18.95 and is available at

Fifty percent of net royalties of the book will be donated to the Women’s Fund of Oneida and Herkimer Counties Inc., which seeks to create economic, educational and personal growth opportunities for women of all ages.

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Syracuse University Press has released “All in a Day’s Work: Scenes and Stories from an Adirondack Medical Practice” by Dr. Daniel Way.

More than 100 color photographs portray the people and places of the southeastern Adirondacks as seen by Dr. Way, a Glens Falls family physician who has practiced medicine for more than 30 years in such places as Bolton Landing, Warrensburg, Long Lake and Indian Lake.

The book is a collection of Adirondack landscapes from Dr. Way’s travels mingled with portraits of patients, who range from trappers to transplanted “flatlanders,” taken in their homes.

The book sells for $24.95 and is available at

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“Adirondack Mysteries and Other Mountain Tales — Volume 2” has been released by North Country Books Inc., Utica.

The book, a work of fiction, contains stories from 14 authors. Stories include the mystery following a plane crash outside Lake Placid, paranormal activity at Fort Ticonderoga and the continuing adventures of Dr. Angela Patterson and the “Adirondack Detective.”

The stories were compiled and edited by Dennis Webster, Utica. The book sells for $19.99 and is available on the publisher’s website at

Compiled by Times staff writer Chris Brock.

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