Roswell 1947

Roswell 1947

by Thomas Settimi
Roswell 1947

Roswell 1947

by Thomas Settimi


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After helping solve the very strange case of a Vietnam-era pilot caught up in a cosmic disruption in time and space as described in the author's novel Convergence (ISBN 1419661515), Professor Roger Atwood and Amanda Marshall are off on a new quest.

In 1947, Colonel Dieter Hedrick was a young lieutenant serving in the Public Information Office at Roswell Army Air Field, New Mexico. As one of the last surviving witnesses to the strange events that occurred in July of that year, he calls upon investigative reporter, Amanda Marshall, to tell his story of the Roswell Incident.

Upon hearing the Colonel's compelling, yet incomplete, account of the events that occurred more than sixty years ago, Amanda enlists the assistance of Professor Roger Atwood to settle the issue once and for all. Were we really visited by aliens? Was there a government cover-up? In this fast-paced novel based on the often-told story and speculation surrounding the Roswell Incident, the author presents a startling alternative explanation for one of the most controversial events of the last century.

Publisher's Note: This book is a standalone sequel to the author's previously published novel, Convergence.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615829173
Publisher: Sky Scientific Press
Publication date: 06/05/2013
Pages: 222
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

Thomas Settimi graduated from the Institute of Technology at the University of Minnesota and earned a Master's Degree in Physics from the University of California at Riverside. For much of his professional career he has been engaged in technical writing and engineering for the Department of the Navy and defense-related firms.

Thomas resides near Lake Arrowhead, California, with his wife, Charlotte.
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