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The second ship

Author: Richard Phillips
Publisher: Austin, Tex. : Synergy Books, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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On the evening of July 3rd, 1947, two starships battled in the night sky over the American Southwest, sending both ships crashing into the high desert. One of these ships was quickly discovered near Roswell, New Mexico, and spirited away, its existence officially denied by the US Government. In August of 2006, three high school students accidentally discover something which leaves them entangled in a dark web of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Science fiction, American
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Phillips
ISBN: 9780981546261 0981546269
OCLC Number: 270109599
Description: ix, 349 pages ; 22 cm.
Responsibility: Richard Phillips.

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On the evening of July 3rd, 1947, two starships battled in the night sky over the American Southwest, sending both ships crashing into the high desert. One of these ships was quickly discovered near Roswell, New Mexico, and spirited away, its existence officially denied by the US Government. In August of 2006, three high school students accidentally discover something which leaves them entangled in a dark web of international espionage and intrigue. Pursued by government agents and mercenary killers, they stumble upon something far more terrifying. Now, their only hope of survival may lie within The Second Ship.

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Refreshing, new Roswell story

by trekie70 (WorldCat user published 2010-01-08) Excellent Permalink

America has hidden a secret for more than 60 years at Los Alamos National Laboratory: the recovery of a crashed alien ship and the new technology it may offer to humanity. Labeled the “Rho Project,”...
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Intelligently written!

by bshowell1 (WorldCat user published 2009-08-24) Very Good Permalink

I really appreciated this book.   I love science fiction/thriller type books, but sometimes they are lacking in plot and believability....
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