I don't have time now to search for all the links, but the whole Roswell picture is far bigger then few highlights that media focused on. There were dozens of witnesses, not just the farmer. First there was the farmer, then there were two boys who worked for him as farm hands ( who literally stood next to him and the UFO ), then there was a team of student archaeologists and their professor, then there were three men, two adults and a boy, who drove there from afar for holiday ( it was 4th July ). In total there was about 10 people there, before police and military turned up. When military turned up, counting all the officers, soldiers who collected debris, lorry drivers, policemen etc. etc. In total there was at least 25 - 30 people.
The most encompassing is the picture of that boy who came there with two adults, who were his father and uncle. Stanton Freedman did a good interview with him. The most striking thing that boy said was when they drove off to go home and came to a motorway, he said whole motorway was turned into air-strip, lined up with logistic lorries and large number military units. Motorway was closed for civilian traffic and there was D-10 transport plane landed on the motorway.
Another interesting story was from two teenagers who worked as farm hands for the farmer. They said they were threatened by military. One of them commuted suicide, the other became heavy alcoholic. Neither one of them ever wanted to talk about what they had seen.
And then there was this group of student archaeologists. A TV crew managed to find one of these students literally on her deathbed in a hospital and they got an interview from her.
And finally, if we list witnesses in chronological order, there ware few military officers and one soldier that gave their testimonials. They were followed with a slew of secondary witnesses, like officer's son, nurse who witnessed autopsy, coroner etc.
I don't know if there was a single book that compiled testimonials of all these individuals. I certainly managed to find all the individual testimonials and create a picture out of those. As always, in one can see in any legal court case, there is some disagreement between these witnesses but general picture still holds.
There was an UFO crash, there were bodies of dead and injured aliens. Disagreements are mostly about the shape of the craft and who said what and who stood where and what happened when military came etc.
The most important detail for me was that there was no engine in the debris. That detail is helpful in reverse engineering the UFO's propulsion and it fits in perfectly well with physical observations from other UFO cases and as well with electromagnetism and general relativity.