by the Gougeon Brothers, 5th edition
397 pp., hardcover
A thorough study of cold-molding techniques, covering three basic methods of laminated construction: mold, strip, and stringer-frame.
These folks make West System epoxy, and they know what they're talking about.
Table of Contents:Before You BuildEstimating Materials and LaborTools and Boat ShopWood as a Structural MaterialBuying WoodWEST SYSTEM ProductsSafetyLaminating and Bonding TechniquesScarfingCoating and FinishingSynthetic Fibers and WEST SYSTEM EpoxyMaking Mold Frames and Permanent FramesSetting UpKeels, Stems and Sheer ClampsLaminated Hulls - A General DiscussionThe Mold Method: Building the MoldThe Mold Method for Laminating HullsThe Strip Plank Method for Laminating and Strip Composite ConstructionThe Stringer-Frame Method for Laminating HellsHard Chine Plywood ConstructionBuilding and Developing Compounded Plywood HullsInterior ConstructionDeck constructionHardware Bonding