Sykesville, MD: “A Likely Story Bookstore”

Sunday, November 12th, 4pm
Sykesville, MD: “A Likely Story Bookstore”
http://www.sykesvillebooks.com/

“Former CIA analyst, Mel Goodman will be joining us to discuss his new book Whistleblower at the CIA: An Insiders account of the Politics of Intelligence.”

ph: 410-795-1718

Contact: Debbie Scheller debbie@sykesvillebooks.com

A Likely Story Bookstore is located at 7566 Main St., Sykesville, MD  21784

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  • Date: Nov 12 2017
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