Groom Lake
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Groom Lake


Journey below Area 51 in a conspiratorial thriller that will mystify readers with chilling insight about fringe sciences controlled by the military-industrial complex. Author Bryan O challenges readers to discern fact from fiction in a mainstream narrative that questions the origin and use of advanced technologies. The plot offers multiple perspectives, allowing readers to identify with the book whether they are believers, non-believers or new to the conspiracy genre.

Groom Lake is not just a novel; the story is a briefing on America’s shadow programs, methods and reasoning, intertwined with fast-paced scenarios where intelligence agents guard their fringe programs from inquisitive civilians, China’s Ministry of State Security and a congressional task force investigating hidden government spending.

Title:Groom Lake
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:322 pages

    Groom Lake Reviews

  • Ted A Taylor
    May 08, 2017

    Was entertaining.I'm not sure how much of this should be believed, and how much is to be discounted. I do know however that this government has entirely too much power to withhold information in the n...

  • Daniel L.
    Oct 01, 2014

    Excellent story, told wellTo paraphrase a question asked in the beginning of this book "is it fiction written as fact or fact written as fiction?" Either way, it is told in a compelling format. The pl...

  • Chris
    Sep 01, 2014

    I've always been a believer in UFOs though I've never seen any. As I grew older and read more and more conspiracy theories as to where their source may really be from I grew to believe that a lot are ...

  • Steve
    Apr 14, 2016

    One for the conspiracy theoristsEnjoyable tale of mystery, intrigue and government SECRETS! What is going on around Groom Lake in Area 51? What is our government hiding? Extraterrestrials? Highly adva...

  • Michael Long
    Aug 25, 2015

    Not your typical sci-fi mystery.Very well written. I loved the plot but feel the ending a bit lacking. Otherwise, it's a good read and I highly recommend it....

  • Chaplain Stanleigh Chapin
    Jun 01, 2014

    A very real possibilityThere are many black operations going on thru out the world as we know it. They are being run by various governments...