Roswell succumbs to an unidentified virus which turns the skin a worrying shade of green. As more and more of the human population report the same mysterious symptoms, the pale-faced aliens are left totally exposed.
The third in the series of adult novels based on the cult hit TV series which brilliantly blends hard science fiction with character-driven stories. Roswell is struck by what seems at first to be an unidentified virus. When Sheriff's son Kyle Valenti finds that his skin is turning slowly but surely a worrying shade of green, Liz drives him to the nearest hospital to have the cause checked out. There they find that Kyle is not alone: the town's medical facilities are overwhelmed by people reporting the same mysterious symptoms. What's more, Max, Michael and Isobel are unaffected, which isn't such a good thing as it might appear. As more and more of Roswell's human population gradually succumbs, the military quarantines everyone whose skin shows even a trace of "alien"-looking green - leaving the pale-faced true aliens totally exposed. Then Liz's research reveals that the cause of the epidemic is a cache of alien crystals near the crash site which have leached into the water supply. They destroy the natural pigementation of human skin...and who on Earth knows what permanent damage they could do...?
"...a constantly challenging mix... there are surprises but they're never at the expense of an ongoing sense of dread and suspicion. Roswell, throughout its first season, has been the stuff of cool cold shivers down the spine. That kind of film-noirish fright that says we are truly alone..." -- Dreamwatch Magazine
About Dean Wesley Smith
Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch are a well-known science fiction author team whose numerous Star Trek novels include The Soldiers of Fear in the all-time top-selling Crossover series Invasion!
Roswell: Little Green Men by Dean Wesley Smith
Dean Wesley Smith
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