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ALIEN CONTACT  The First Fifty Years by Jenny Randles - Paperback - First Edition - 1997 - from Ravenswood Books and Biblio.co.uk

ALIEN CONTACT The First Fifty Years

by Jenny Randles

Condition: Very Good


Sterling. Very Good. 1997. First Edition. Softcover. 0806904763 . Ex-library book, but still in very nice condition, sturdy laminated cover & usual type markings. Pages are clean & tight. Cover has light edgewear and a little soiling outer edge of pages. B/w illustrations. An Up-To-The-Minute Report By The World's Leading Ufologist. ; An Up-To-The-Minute Report By The World's Leading Ufologist; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 144 pages; "...the UFO phenomenon...does offer genuine mysteries, and...Randles' latest book is a good place to start. One or two cases for each year from 1947-1997 are summarized and illustrated, with insightful commentary from the author. Such famous incidents as the Roswell crash...are described, as well as sightings that have received little or no airplay...Randles maintains a balanced perspective throughout." --Booklist. [460-osl] .


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