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Bloody Heroes

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Informationen zum Autor Damien Lewis is a journalist and documentary film maker and has spent twenty years reporting from conflict zones. He has worked for the Telegraph , the Guardian and the BBC. Slave and Operation Certain Death have both been Sunday Times bestsellers. He lives in London. Klappentext "A must read for all Damien Lewis fans" Compass ---------------------------------------------------------The most explosive true war story of the 21st Century It is the winter of 2001. Zusammenfassung "A must read for all Damien Lewis fans" Compass --------------------------------------------------------- The most explosive true war story of the 21st Century It is the winter of 2001. A terror ship is bound for Britain carrying a horrifying weapon. The British military sends a crack unit of SAS and SBS to assault the vessel before she reaches London. So begins a true story of explosive action as this band of elite warriors pursues the merchants of death from the high seas to the harsh wildlands of Afghanistan. The hunt culminates in the single greatest battle of the Afghan war, the brutal and bloody siege of an ancient mud-walled fortress crammed full of hundreds of Al-Qaeda and Taliban. Fighting against impossible odds and bitter betrayal, our handful of crack fighters battle to rescue their fellow soldiers trapped by a murderous, fanatical enemy. --------------------------------------------------------- "The most dramatic story of a secret wartime mission you will ever read" News of the World "The author has been given unprecedented access" Zoo "Gripping" Eye Spy

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Authors Damien Lewis
Publisher Arrow
Languages English
Product format Paperback
Released 31.08.2020
EAN 9781787461475
ISBN 978-1-78746-147-5
No. of pages 512
Dimensions 129 mm x 198 mm x 30 mm
Subjects Fiction > Narrative literature > Letters, diaries
Non-fiction book > Politics, society, business > Biographies, autobiographies
Social sciences, law, business > Sociology

Afghanistan, Battles & campaigns, Modern warfare, Military history: post-WW2 conflicts, Afghan War, Early 21st century c 2000 to c 2050, Specific wars and campaigns, Battles and campaigns

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