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Author Lisa Alther discussing 'Blood Feud' on FOX19

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Author Lisa Alther will be at Campbell County Library on Friday to discuss her book "Blood Feud."

She will talk about her narrative history of the most infamous fighting families, the Hatfields and McCoys. Learn more about the author at her website, http://www.lisaalther.com

The event is at 7 p.m. at the Newport branch of the Campbell County Library.

Free tickets are required to get into the event.

You can call 859-781-6166 ext. 31 or you can also request tickets at this link: http://www.cc-pl.org/programs/signature

Alther will be on Friday's FOX19 Morning News.

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