The Road to Roswell

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Del Rey Books
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6.4 X 9.3 X 1.5 inches | 1.36 pounds

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About the Author
Connie Willis is a member of the Science Fiction Hall of Fame and a Grand Master of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. She has received seven Nebula awards and eleven Hugo awards for her fiction; Blackout and All Clear--a novel in two parts--and Doomsday Book won both. Her other works include Crosstalk, Passage, To Say Nothing of the Dog, Lincoln's Dreams, Bellwether, Impossible Things, Terra Incognita, The Best of Connie Willis, and A Lot Like Christmas. Willis lives with her family, a bulldog, and a cat in Colorado. She has visited Roswell a number of times but has never seen a single alien, except on T-shirts, mugs, bumper stickers, magnets, and cookie jars. Connie Willis is currently working on a new Oxford historians time-travel novel set at Tintern Abbey, Westminster Bridge, and Oxford.
Paise for Connie Willis

"A novelist who can plot like Agatha Christie and whose books possess a bounce and stylishness that Preston Sturges might envy."--The Washington Post

"One of America's finest writers . . . Willis can tell a story so packed with thrills, comedy, drama and a bit of red herring that the result is apt to satisfy the most discriminating, and hungry, reader."--The Denver Post

"A wit with a common touch who's read more great books, and makes better use of them in her work, than two or three lit professors put together."--Newsday

"A national treasure."--San Antonio Express-News

"Willis can tell a story like no other. . . . One of her specialties is sparkling, rapid-fire dialogue; another, suspenseful plotting; and yet another, dramatic scenes so fierce that they burn like after-images in the reader's memory."--The Village Voice

"Willis's fiction is one of the most intelligent delights of our genre."--Locus

"[Willis's] six Nebula Awards and ten Hugo Awards confirm her eminence in speculative fiction, but her versatile range and forthright wit wouldn't be out of place in the literary mainstream."--Publishers Weekly