Timothy Good has once again, after a gap of several years, produced a highly readable exposé on the subject of UFOs and the ongoing UFO cover-up. What always impresses me is his articulate and meticulous style, obviously the product of diligent in-depth investigation.
Although this book contains, as one might expect, a large number of straightforward UFO sighting reports, Timothy Good has highlighted the intriguing question of alien intervention, especially involving the military. There have been a number of cases where missile launches appear to have been intercepted and military systems disabled.
The author also considers the evidence that extraterrestrials have infiltrated the military on a personal basis; quite a frightening possibility, but he keeps an open mind on the subject and presents the accounts in a level-headed and no-nonsense way, leaving the reader to make up his or her own mind.
He is never afraid to pass on some of the more sensational stories that have reached his ears, such as the "Amicizia" group of alleged contactees, and the alleged contact with ET's involving Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy.
I think Timothy Good's gut feeling (and I agree with him) is that our discovery and use of nuclear weapons has alerted people "out there" who have decided to give us a closer look. It's no coincidence that the majority of UFO reports seems to have kicked off in the 1940's and on from there. The offical policy ever since, has been to ridicule and discredit those who try to prise open the lid of secrecy.
Authors like Timothy Good, Nick Pope and others are sparing no effort in prising open that lid - and whilst we have the written word and the Internet, at least their efforts reach the world at large, free (presumably) of suppression and censorship. They have a tough job on their hands, but maybe before too long that veil of secrecy might start to lift.