by Jeffry P. Lindsay and Hilary Hemingway
For the past eight years, Hilary Hemingway and her husband Jeffery P. Lindsay have researched the UFO enigma. They sat in on abductees hypnosis sessions, traveled to crop circles, and reviewed their findings with the Department of Defense.
The startling result is Dreamland: A Novel of the UFO Cover-Up, a fictionalized account of very real and frightening events surrounding an Air Force base in the Nevada desert. Known only as “Area 51” or “Dreamland”, it is so secret it doesn’t appear on any map.
Annie Katz is four months pregnant–until she is abducted by strange, unearthly beings who take her baby. Why would the aliens want her child? What have they done with it? Colonel John Wesley has been guarding the government’s secret guests since the day they fell to earth. He has his own agenda, and he will crush anyone who gets in his way–including Annie. 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.
“Anyone who still believes that visitors from outer space are little wrinkled green men with weaving antennae are in for some surprises in this novel by Hemingway (niece of Ernest) and her husband, Lindsay.” (Kirkus Reviews)