I purchased this from the Amazon in the U.S. and found that Jenny Randles has written another insightful account of the Rendlesham Forest UFO incident. As it was published in 1998, I consider it a little dated, but nonetheless, it is a worthy installment of one of the three UK UFO team of ladies who have been working tirelessly on the case. I consider Jenny, Brenda Butler, and Dot Street to be three of the best UFO investigators in the UK. They have, by far, brought more information together on this particular case.
The format is quite good, with chapters that progress along a timeline that can be easily followed, a good Index, and Bibliography. Also, there are maps, drawings, and photographs that assist in understanding the event.
Many witnesse statements are included, and there is excellent documentation found in follow-up by the author. Several scenarios are put forward as to what actually occurred in the Forest, and it is worth reading about these. Although the author does not seem to believe in ET beings present in the event, there is an excellent case made for the coverup by the MoD and the USAF. As I write this, in 2016, there is, of course, new evidence that proves Randles' statements that the MoD and the USAF lied and covered up their investigation into the affair. There is also more than enough evidence that justifies the author stating that Colonels Halt, Conrad, and Cochran, and Williams knew exactly what was going on, and lied to protect themselves and the USAF; all while offering to give reporters an inside story "scoop" of the event....one has to wonder, for pay? We know from other sources, that Halt did request remuneration for telling his story to "News of the World" newspaper, because he wanted to send his daughter to school in America. There is no question that Charles Halt, Ted Conrad, Gordon Williams of the USAF, and Pam Titchmarsh, and Donald Moreland of the UK, were all involved in cover-up and disinformation; and Randles lays out the case in a superb manner. Some would call it lying. That's too kind. Since Randles wrote this book, and laid the groundwork with an update from previous books, we now know that there was a massive investigation carried out; Airmen were drugged and roughly handled; some were shipped out to other assignments the NEXT DAY, so they couldn't talk or be interrogated by the media and other interested parties. The NSA (National Security Administration-US) and ONI (Office of Naval Intelligence-US) were involved up to their eyeballs in this one.
This book, although dated, still carries the story along from the earlier two from the trio of UK UFO investigators previously mentioned: "Sky Crash," and "From Out of the Blue," which I would recommend as background material. Jenny Randles doesn't conclude that ET's were involved, but she makes a case for other possibilities, including secret government experiments.