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X-Files Books

Books about X-Files the television series and top secret government files that house secrets of the unknown.

The Nitpicker's Guide for X-Philes
For those fans who think they know everything about The X-Files, The Nitpicker's Guide for X-Philes may hold some surprises. From equipment flubs and plot oversights to changed premises and fun facts, author Phil Farrand covers the first four seasons with full reviews of every episode. Why is it that the character T.A. Berube has a six-digit zip code? How could Samantha Mulder, agent Mulder's missing sister, have two birthdays? And how about the VCR in the "Wetwired" episode that continues to play a videotape after the video has been ejected. Compiled with the Nitpicker's Prime Directive in mind, "All nits picked shall derive from sources the creaters consider canonical," as well as the Secondary Directive, "all nitpickers shall perform their duties with lightheartedness and good cheer." The Nitpicker's Guide for X-Philes is a thorough, dense read for the dedicated X-Files fan looking for a little fun and a lot of facts.

All Things (The Official Guide to the X-Files, Vol. 6)
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X-Files: Prima's Official Strategy Guide
Appropriately billed as "one of the most anticipated adventure games of the year," Fox Interactive's The X-Files Game plops you into the role of an FBI special agent. In this game, you work overtime to help find and save agents Mulder and Scully. Prima's guide offers a pair of walk-throughs to step you through the entire adventure. The first is a thorough, step-by-step solution for every single aspect of the game, while the second is a quick-and-dirty guide through the game's critical path. The book also lists and describes the many items and characters you'll run across. Most of these are right out of the TV series, and the book also lists the first series appearance for each. You can cross-reference this information using the abbreviated episode guide in the back of the book. (It lists every episode for the first four seasons.) Finally, the book includes a Q & A session with the game's developer (Greg Roache) and a full-color spread of publicity shots for each of the TV show's recurring characters. --Michael Ryan

The Real Science Behind the X Files: Microbes, Meteorites, and Mutants
In The X-Files episode "The Erlenmeyer Flask," FBI agent Dana Scully shows some bacteria to microbiologist Anne Carpenter, who pronounces them extraterrestrial: containing different DNA nucleotides than those found in Earthly organisms. But like the hapless redshirts of Star Trek, scientists who uncover extraterrestrial evidence have shortened life expectancies. Indeed, Carpenter is soon snuffed out in a highly suspicious car crash. But the real scientist on whom she was based, University of Massachusetts virologist Anne Simon, remained as scientific advisor to the popular program: she is the "X-Pert."

In her book, Simon describes the scientific basis of various X-Files episodes, and writes about some of her behind-the-scenes work putting the Scully into Scully. Sometimes it gets a little difficult to keep track of when Simon is describing an episode and when she's talking about cutting-edge science, but that's part of her point: "The life of a research scientist is filled with mysteries as complex as any that appear on The X-Files. We are Scullys." Simon knows that this show, for all its paranormal apparatus, gives a taste of the thrill of real science, enough to be inspiring a new generation to follow in Scully's footsteps. --Mary Ellen Curtin

The Unofficial X-File's Companion : An X-Phile's Guide to the Mysteries, Conspiracies, and Really Strange Truths Beh ind the Show
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I Want to Believe (The Official Guide to the X-Files, Vol. 3)
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Trust No One (The Official Guide to the X-Files, Vol. 2)
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The End and the Beginning (The Official Guide to the X-Files, Vol. 5)
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The Truth Is Out There (The Official Guide to the X-Files, Vol. 1)
Fans of TV's hottest cult show will find this compendium of facts and figures about The X-Files essential. Contains complete episode guide, photos, the story of the show's origin, interviews with X-Files creator Chris Carter and actors David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, plus a detailed look at the extraordinary special effects and a wealth of intriguing trivia.

The X-Files: Fight the Future
Written in perfectly deadpan, Mulderish style, Chris Carter's X-Files: Fight the Future movie novelization (adapted by noted SF author Elizabeth Hand) is a faithful reproduction of the film, with the addition of a couple of cutting-room-floor sequences to make it worth an X-phile's while. X-Files neophytes will probably be confused by the appearance of unexplained characters and in-jokes, but the story is like a really good episode of the show, and if you can be hooked, you will be. A few purely visual things don't translate well in the novelization. For instance, dialogue between the Cigarette-Smoking Man and the Well-Manicured Man, both referred to by their complete "titles" throughout, becomes an exercise in ridiculousness. But that could hardly have been helped, and otherwise the book accurately adapts the action and fast pace of the movie. A nice color-photo spread completes the package.

The Unauthorized X-Files Challenge: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Tv's Most Incredible Show
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X-Files: Skin (The X-Files)
Skin has an authentic X-Files feel to it--the right mixture of scientific plausibility and mystical overtones to keep both Scully and Mulder interested and on the trail. Skin taken from an unknown body found at the site of a road accident is grafted over the burns suffered by a mild-mannered professor who then goes berserk, killing a nurse. Mulder and Scully try to trace the source of the skin graft and uncover links with a biotech company called Fibrol International, whose deceased CEO, Emile Paladin, was in charge of a MASH unit in a village in Thailand during the Vietnam War. Traveling to the remote village, Mulder is intrigued to learn about a local cult that worships a mythical monster, the Gin-Korng-Pew, or Skin Eater. Meanwhile, Scully follows more prosaic leads in search of Paladin's reclusive brother.

Mezrich's descriptions of medical procedures feel authentic, and he keeps the story moving along at a good pace, with several dangerous moments for both Mulder and Scully and a significant body count among the witnesses. The mixture of FBI investigation, horror, and the occult, with overtones of paranoia about the activities of the military, should appeal to X-Files fans, while others may enjoy it as an entertaining adventure. --Liz Sourbut,

X Marks the Spot: On Location With the X-Files (X-Files)
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The Official Map of the X Files
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The Making of the X-Files Fight the Future
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Deny All Knowledge: Reading the X-Files (The Television Series)
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The X-Files Declassified: The Unauthorized Guide
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The X Files Fight the Future Scrapbook
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The X-files 7: Control
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X Files #08 Voltage (X Files Middle Grade)
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X Files YA #10 Dark Matter (X Files YA)
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The X-files 4: Night Lights (The X-Files)
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X Files YA #16 Miracle Man (X-Files (Juvenile))
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Ruins (The X-Files)
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Quarantine (X-Files (Juvenile))
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The X-Files Audio Collection
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Real-Life X-Files: Investigating the Paranormal
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X Files Book of the Unexplained Volume 1
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X-Files Unrestricted Access C/W95/Us
The X-Files: Unrestricted Access includes everything you've ever wanted to know about The X-Files, all dressed up with a slick interface on two Windows 95 CD-ROMs. This encyclopedia of X-Files trivia allows you to look over photos, character dossiers, and video clips from the show--you can even set up a few X-Files screen savers. Best of all, the built-in update feature will download new content from the Internet, so you'll always have the latest X-Files information at hand. --Michael Ryan

Howlers (X-Files (Juvenile))
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The Unofficial X-Files Companion II ("the X-Files)
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The X-Files 3: The Haunting (The X-Files)
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The X-Files: Ground Zero (The X-files)
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'The X Files Book of the Unexplained, Vol. 2
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Ghost in the Machine: A Novel (X-Files (Juvenile))
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The X-Files: Goblins
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The X-Files 2: Darkness Falls (The X-Files)
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The X-Files Confidential: 2nd Edition
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Die, Bug, Die: A Novel (X-Files (Juvenile))
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The X-Files 7: Afterflight (The X-Files)
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Squeeze: The X-Files (X-Files (Harpercollins).)
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Shapes: A Novel (The X-Files , No 6)
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The X-Files Collection ( Vol.2 )
If you are a fan of the conspiratorial Fox Television series, check out these seven full-color comics stories featuring agents Scully and Mulder. The stories include the three-part "Firebird" arc and "Trick of the Light" previously only available as an insert in Hero Illustrated magazine. Special bonus: X-Files creator Chris Carter interviewed.

The X-Files: Whirlwind (X-Files (Harper Prism))
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The X-Files 10: Die, Bug, Die!
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X Files YA #03 Bad Sign (X Files YA)
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