Discovery at Roswell

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Kingfisher, 2007 - Children's stories - 89 pages
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On 2 July 1947 something strange crashed in the New Mexican Desert. Was it an alien spaceship? Or a secret military test craft? What exactly were the US army and the FBI trying to cover up? Trainee FBI Agent John Smith is sent to reinvestigate the Roswell case as his final training exercise. But when he talks to the last surviving eyewitness of the Roswell crash his life begins to take a direction even an experienced officer such as himself has trouble dealing with . . . Factual information files follow the main story, including biographies, witness statements and debriefings - these allow the reader to make up their own mind about the event.

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Terry Deary has authored more than 400 children's books. Some of his books have even been made into cartoons. Terry is also a professional actor and has performed in his own plays. He lives in County Durham, England, United Kingdom.

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