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The Roswell Conspiracy

Boyd Morrison

Average Review Rating Average Rating 6/10 (1 Review)
Book Details

Publisher : Sphere

Published : 2012

Copyright : Boyd Morrison 2012

ISBN-10 : PB 0-7515-4800-6
ISBN-13 : PB 978-0-7515-4800-6

Publisher's Write-Up

Ten-year-old Fay Allen of Roswell, New Mexico, witnesses the fiery crash of an extraordinary craft unlike anything she's ever seen.

More than sixty years later, army engineer Tyler Locke rescues Fay from gunmen. She says they were after a piece of wreckage she has retained from the Roswell crash - and she claims to know secrets about that incident that have never previously been revealed.

Tyler is initially sceptical but after he is kidnapped by a mysterious gang, he comes to believe that Roswell holds the key to his and his countrymen's survival. And he realises that there is a desperate race against time for him to uncover its secrets...

Fast-paced and thrilling, The Roswell Conspiracy draws on actual evidence from the Roswell Incident to create a page-turning and thought-provoking thriller.

About the Author:
After university, Boyd Morrison worked on a project for NASA and did a PhD in industrial engineering. When he moved to Seattle with his wife, he landed the dream job of working on Xbox games for Microsoft before becoming a full-time writer. He has been a Jeopardy! Champion and is a professional actor.

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Review by Jon (110812) Rating (6/10)

Review by Jon
Rating 6/10
Having bought a book to see me through the lazy days of two weeks lounging around the pool, whilst on holiday in Greece, I happened upon this book, whilst in Asda, just before we left. Its title initially inspired me (as not being the most avid reader of books over the last couple years or so and thought it might be a good wheeze).

Well, it combines all the action from Indiana Jones, through the X Files, bit of James Bond, Bourne Conspiracy, Top Gun, et al. Wooden characters though, that do just enough (as vehicles), to sew the plot together.

Not an epic, but a good, fast paced drama that does enough to stop one getting bored at poolside.
Jon (11th August 2012)

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