This is a rather middle-of-the-road UFO book, with neither conspicuous merits or demerits. Much of the material is very well worn, and one wishes that Fowler, who is obviously a very active investigator, had discussed rather more later cases. instead of rehashing Exeter yet again. It is a pity that the author wastes so much space on alleged government cover-ups and crashed saucer rumours.
Peter Rogerson, Magonia 16, July 1984