Dreamland by Hilary Hemingway
A Novel of the Ufo Cover-Up

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Realizing that her strange UFO-abduction dreams are real when her unborn child is taken from her womb, Annie Katz seeks the truth from the government and becomes the target of a ruthless veteran determined to keep her quiet. Tour.
 

About Hilary Hemingway

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Hilary Hemingway is the author of "Hunting with Hemingway" and an award-winning documentarian. Currently the senior producer for PBS's Literary Explorer Series, she has served as executive director of the International Hemingway Festival. Carlene F. Brennen is an award-winning photojournalist and author. A Hemingway scholar, she served as coordinator of the International Hemingway Festival for three years. Jeff Lindsay was born Jeffry P. Freundlich on July 14, 1952 in Miami, Florida. He graduated from Middlebury College in Vermont in 1975. He is best known for his novels about sociopathetic vigilante Dexter Morgan. The first book in the Dexter series, Darkly Dreaming Dexter, was published in 2004 and was the basis of the Showtime TV series Dexter. His other works include Tropical Depression: A Novel of Suspense, Dream Land: A Novel of the UFO Coverup, Time Blender and Dreamchild.
 
Published February 1, 1995 by Forge. 319 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Meanwhile, heroine astronomer Annie Katz, four months pregnant by her husband, Stanley, in Los Alamos, N.M., mysteriously loses her gestating baby (no miscarriage, it just disappears).

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High energy and a clever concept can't rescue this lackluster thriller about a UFO conspiracy that dates back to the 1940s. The plot presupposes the truth of the Roswell Incident, a UFO crash the Pent

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By the time she finally undergoes hypnosis to relive her abduction, it's too late to alleviate the plot's dull uniformity, engendered by too-brief scenes, too many characters and too much focus on action at the expense of atmosphere (and, in Annie's case, of believability).

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