Secrets Under the Mesa

Secrets Under the Mesa Rumors exist of a secret government base buried deep under the Archuleta Mesa in New Mexico Joshua Hawkins a feature writer for a major newspaper in Dallas travels to Dulce New Mexico in search of

  • Title: Secrets Under the Mesa
  • Author: Nicki Huntsman Smith
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Rumors exist of a secret government base buried deep under the Archuleta Mesa in New Mexico Joshua Hawkins, a feature writer for a major newspaper in Dallas, travels to Dulce, New Mexico, in search of his missing uncle Along with his friend Ben, Josh also hopes to gather information for an article about the mysterious Dulce Base Are the rumors true Is the governmentRumors exist of a secret government base buried deep under the Archuleta Mesa in New Mexico Joshua Hawkins, a feature writer for a major newspaper in Dallas, travels to Dulce, New Mexico, in search of his missing uncle Along with his friend Ben, Josh also hopes to gather information for an article about the mysterious Dulce Base Are the rumors true Is the government conducting genetic experiments utilizing extraterrestrial DNA And if so, for what purpose Josh discovers the horrific results firsthand And what s worse, he has reason to believe the scourge is not contained within the mesa No one is safe especially Josh and his friends back in Dallas To what lengths will he go to ensure the safety of the people he loves And if he fails, how dire will the consequences be for the rest of the world

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    1. “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view… until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” Atticus FinchFor her first published novel, Nicki has really given herself a challenge. She chose to write in first person narrative – no big challenge there – but when the first person is a male character?! To tell the story through the eyes of a male, and get into the male psyche Ms Huntsman Smith either: (a) grew up with lots of brothers, (b) [...]

    2. SecretsThanks .Vicki for writing such a heart warming book least that's how I saw itExperimenting with Alien D N A then crossbreeding it with human subjects? What could go wrong?.everything .well written Loved the characters of Josh, Ben, Abby,, Dylan and of course their tall alien friend Grog.

    3. This is a conspiracy theorist dream which includes the Secret underground Dulce base, aliens, genetic engineering, men in black, the Illuminati and the plan to take over the world. It was fast paced and well written with great characters which entertained me until the very end. Reminded me of the William Cooper story.Hope to see more from this author.

    4. The author watched too much tvThe majority of the book seemed to have been scripted directly from the television series about ancient aliens. Predictable characters and a predictable plot left me grateful the book was free.

    5. I was initially unsure if I'd really like this book or not but seeing as I've pretty much read my way thru most of the horror selection available via Unlimited (my genre of choice), I decided to give it a try and I only regret one thing; starting it so late in the day meaning I was up most the night reading. This is not the typical sci-fi extraterrestrial novel, but rather one that actually digs deep back into human history to expand upon the huge leap in human evolution made in an extremely sho [...]

    6. Mind numbing ideaMind numbing idea of possible alien genetic code being mixed with ours to create a new enhanced super human. Very thought provoking journey which if it does occur will have good moral people to shepherd it to fruition.

    7. GrippingAs a fan of the X Files, I've always enjoyed a good alien story. This one surprised me. Well written, engaging, and even funny at times. The adventure of Joshua and his friends is one to be savored. I look forward to reading more from this author.

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