Loose Ends (novel)

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Loose Ends
Author Greg Cox
Country United States
Language English
Series Roswell
Genre Science fiction novel
Publisher Pocket Books
Publication date
4 June 2001
Media type Print (paperback)
Pages 288 pp (first edition, paperback)
ISBN 978-0-7434-1834-8 (first edition, paperback)
OCLC 47911770
LC Class CPB Box no. 1759 vol. 16
Followed by No Good Deed

Loose Ends (2001) is the first original novel based on the Roswell TV series.

Plot summary[edit]

It started out as an innocent road trip to Carlsbad Caverns to unwind, but now Max, Isabel, Michael, Liz, and Maria are totally regretting their plan. Hundreds of feet underground, in the cavern gift shop, Liz turns and is stunned to see someone she thought she'd never meet again—the man who shot her long ago in the diner. Their eyes meet and Liz bolts. But running won't solve the group's new "problem." Because the shooter has recognized Liz. Now he wants her dead. And nobody knows why.


Don D'Amassa said in his review for Science Fiction Chronicle that "Cox does a craftsman like job of elaborating this minor theme and turning it into a reasonably good adventure."[1]


  • A large part of this book concerns a day trip to a real New Mexico attraction, the Carlsbad Caverns.


  1. ^ D'Ammassa, Don (September 1, 2001). "Roswell: Loose Ends". Science Fiction Chronicle. p. 45. ISSN 0195-5365.