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Skeletons in the Closet (Roswell (Simon Spotlight Entertainment) #2)

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It's all in the past...or is it?
After Michael gets inspired by the photo of Charles Dupree and Max "borrows" some files from the UFO museum and Liz surfs the Net, the "Czechoslovakians" are hot on the trail of one of their human DNA donors. Could the donor give them some clue to their past -- and their future?

But Michael gets held up when he suddenly becomes the prime s
Mass Market Paperback, 221 pages
Published November 2002 by Turtleback Books
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Katie Jauncey
These books are rated more for teens, and I read the Roswell series when I was about 15 ..... but I still really love reading them now. They're written in an easily worded way so that if you want something quick and easy to read, they're perfect ..... I love the whole series :)
Melanie M
I liked the suspense but I can't stand errors in a book and this one had a few. When Melinda wrote them I didn't find errors, when the other authors wrote them I can't not find errors. Do editor's still work in the book industry?
Jackie Krasuski
This was a fantastic story, and probably the most consistent with the TV series that I have read so far. I just wish it was someone other than Tess and that a few other things had gotten to be explained...
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Andy Mangels is an American science fiction author who has written novels, comics, and magazine articles, and produced DVD collections, mostly focusing on media in popular culture. As an openly-gay man, he has been a longtime advocate for greater visibility of gay and lesbian characters in various media, especially comics, including the coordination and moderation of the annual "Gays in Comics" pa ...more
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