There have been two books published in the past year or so that leave 95 percent of all other UFO books lying in a choking heap. One is "UFOs:
Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the Record" by Leslie Kean, which I assume most on this thread have heard of, as it has received tons
of media attention (for a book on UFOs).
The other has not, and I'm sorry to say that I could not find any reference to it by using the search tool on this site. Tsk tsk, ATS.
No hay de que. If you follow the link in my original post (to Amazon) you can read a good chunk of the first chapter. This guy is informed,
intelligent and eloquent. Digs deep into the societal aspects of the UFO phenomenon. Top notch literary effort all the way.
Thanks for the tip, sounds like my kind of book. Just read Project Beta (Greg Bishop) followed by Mirage Men (Mark Pilkington) and now Passport to
Magonia (Jacques Vallee) so it sounds like it would fit right in.
I notice there are some impressive reviews of the book, but alas: No Kindle edition or I'd be reading it tonight.
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