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In Roswell, Re-Abducted

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Kindle Edition, 29 pages
Published July 15th 2012 by eiffeltowerlowe publishers
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Stuart Edmond
After racing through her previous short, In Santa Fe, Salacious, I was eager to catch the next instalment from Ms Lowe. While In Santa Fe opened with more steam than a Turkish Bath-house In Roswell, Re-abducted plunged us straight into a scene right out of the X-Files complete with UFO’s, little green men and a government investigator who uses his visions get to the truth.

Tower is a master of the twist and misdirection; you never know what’s coming next! Her plot lines are woven together like fi
Rick Bylina
Once again, I need to read the fine print. That's on me. "In Roswell, Re-abducted" is a short story or a long chapter in a book that's being serialized; it is not a novel. While the author has some nice plot twists in this little chapbook, the story is in desperate need of an editor. Way too many simple grammatical errors and story-telling issues for such a small story. There were a half-dozen missing or extraneous quotation marks, a he became a she, and it was difficult at times to follow the s ...more
Nina Norstrom
The story is told in first person narrative and is a sci-fi tale. If you like reading stories about aliens, this will spark your interest. At one time or another, surely, we've heard of those alien tales. The character Danny who was abducted as a child and now fearing re-abduction as an adult is totally plausible. The story makes for a great Discovery Channel screen view, or film addition. But don't just settle for aliens, the author has the details full of suspense, mystery, drug dealings and m ...more
Danny has issues. The night of the murder he was drunk, high and off his meds - he's schizophrenic, but still a lot of folks don't believe he could have killed Juan. Cinnamon and Burro knew Juan and liked him, so off they head to Roswell to see what really happened. It doesn't hurt that Momma had visited Roswell. This is the first I've read in the series, but from what I gathered, in addition to going around New Mexico solving mysteries, Cinnamon is searching for her mother who abandoned her whe ...more
Shirley Edmunds
I bought this short mystery because I love UFO stories and it didn’t disappoint. The dialogue was a big part of the pace. It was really well done. I didn’t notice the grammar errors mentioned by the other reviewer—but that’s just me. I’m going to read another one in the series soon. I like the idea of searching for Momma in all these little towns. And I felt sorry for the Danny character who was judged badly by the town. Of course, everyone there seems to believe in UFO’s, which I liked. This is ...more
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