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The Visitors of Orange

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"There are two types of darkness in this town. If you're not one, you're the other."

Twenty years ago, Senior Airman Nate Barrows saw something. Something new and alien, flying through American airspace. Now the military has forced Nate to investigate decades-old UFO sightings in a dead-end office in the unassuming town of Orange, Massachusetts, or face a dishonorable disch
Paperback, 276 pages
Published June 15th 2017 by Maybe Pile Productions
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Jun 12, 2017 Gerard rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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The Visitors Of Orange is a paranormal action novel written by Gerard Labrecque. Senior Airman Nathan Barrows had a crucial decision to make -- one that would define his life for years to come. He had seen and photographed an alien spacecraft while on a combat training flight. Contrary to his expectations, the military was not impressed by his discovery. They claimed that his camera yielded no evidence of an alien spacecraft landing, even if his polyg
Jun 19, 2017 Elizabeth rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book! It tackles the tricky topic of loneliness without veering away from sci-fi and action. It even has some steamy romance scenes thrown in for good measure! An excellent quick read.
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