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Taliban Hunter

Author: Douglas Nix
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Chris seems to have everything a loving, supportive family, a beautiful fiancée and a job in the military. Little do they know about the real nature of his dangerous work as an Al-Qaeda Hunter. They only knew that he was in the army and involved in some type of government affair. In his latest assignment, Chris is sent to Saudi Arabia then a mission in Afghanistan. He must attend school, at the same time track down Al-Zereh, codenamed Youri a dangerous man who trains Al-Qaeda troops near Chahar Borjak. Will the Al-Qaeda Hunter succeed in capturing his prey? Or will the hunter become the hunted? Read and find out as the exciting events unfold in Douglas Nix's gripping novel.


Decoding the New Taliban

Author: Antonio Giustozzi
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While the 'New Taliban' looms large in the global media, little is known about how it functions as an organisation. How united is it? Are its structures relatively strong, or surprisingly brittle? Are personal relations and networking based on traditional ties of kin and ethnicity the sum total of its organisational capabilities, or are efforts underway to build more institutionalised chains of command? How united is the New Taliban, and how does it maintain whatever degree of unity it has, given the attrition it has suffered in the field? And to what extent is its leadership able to impose switches in strategy among the rank-and- file, given Afghanistan's difficult geography and poor communications? These are among the questions answered in this book by a renowned cast of practitioners, journalists and academics, all of whom have long field experience of the latest phase of the New Taliban's insurgency in Afghanistan. 'Decoding the New Taliban' includes a number of detailed studies of specific regions or provinces, which for different reasons are especially significant for the Taliban and for understanding their expansion. Alongside these regional studies, the volume includes thematic analyses of negotiating with the Taliban, the Taliban's propaganda effort and its strategic vision.


Roswell The Real Survivor Empire of the Wolf Book 3

Author: WW Rutland
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Roswell July 1947, a small ship crashes in the desert and an injured alien is taken to the Army Air Corps base. His injuries treated and he is moved to White Sands NM and imprisoned for years by the government for the technology his people have. This is the reason the US is so far ahead in computers and stealth aircraft. Then his nurse and lover is transferred to Korea at the start of the war. He escapes and joins her there and becomes an American soldier and finds out killing commies is like hunting and you don’t have to clean them! This begins his many years on a horrible war torn world full of crazy people who start wars over religion and politics. He fights for the western powers and he has an advantage- he is a changeling and in the bush unstoppable. The Ghang are called werewolves here and he finds others and mates with them so he has a family. He is an illegal alien with no SS number or past so killing is his business and business is good.


Talibanistan

Author: Peter Bergen
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The longest war the United States has ever fought is the ongoing war in Afghanistan. But when we speak of "Afghanistan," we really mean a conflict that straddles the border with Pakistan--and the reality of Islamic militancy on that border is enormously complicated. In Talibanistan, an unparalleled group of experts offer a nuanced understanding of this critical region. Edited by Peter Bergen, author of the bestselling books The Longest War and The Osama Bin Laden I Know, and Katherine Tiedemann, these essays examine in detail the embattled territory from Kandahar in Afghanistan to Pakistan's Northwest Frontier Province and Federally Administered Tribal Areas. They pull apart the distinctions between the Taliban and al Qaeda--and the fractures within each movement; assess the effectiveness of American and Pakistani counterinsurgency campaigns; and explore the pipeline of militants into and out of the war zone. Throughout, these scrupulously researched studies challenge convenient orthodoxies. Counterterrorism expert Brian Fishman criticizes the customary distinction between an Afghan and Pakistani Taliban as being too neat to describe their fragmented reality. Hassan Abbas paints a subtle portrait of the political and religious forces shaping the insurgency in the Northwest Frontier Province, uncovering poor governance, economic distress, and resentment of foreign troops in nearby Afghanistan. And Peter Bergen and Katherine Tiedemann try to identify the real numbers of drone strikes and victims, both militants and civilians, while disputing claims for their strategic effectiveness. These and other essays provide profound new insight into this troubled region. They are required reading for anyone seeking a fresh understanding of a central strategic challenge facing the United States today.


Alastair Campbell

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With Alastair Campbell's career as the Prime Minster's press spokesman coming to a close amid the huge controversy of the Hutton Inquiry, the debate over Weapons of Mass Destruction and the waging of the war in Iraq, this biography has been completely revised and rewritten with a substantial section of new material to bring the story of Alastair Campbell right up to date as of the end of 2003. politics, whose combative approach to his job in 2003 has precipitated the most serious row in years between the government and the BBC, occasioned the extraordinary spectacle of an incandescent Campbell walking into Channel 4 News to deliver a live diatribe to Jon Snow, and who, if his many critics are to be believed, was involved, unprecedentedly, at the highest level in the presentation of the intelligence dossier on Weapons of Mass Destruction that made the government's case for war. This portrait of Tony Blair's right-hand man who has himself become the media story, is written by one of Britain's best political journalists.


Minhaj Et Taliban

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Al Qaeda Hunter

Author: Douglas Nix
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Chris seems to have everythinga loving, supportive family, a beautiful fiance, and a job in the military. Little do they know about the real nature of his dangerous work as an Al-Qaeda hunter. They only knew that he was in the army and involved in some type of government affair. In his latest assignment, Chris is sent to Saudi Arabia then a mission in Afghanistan. He must attend school at the same time track down Al-Zereh, code-named Youria dangerous man who trains Al-Qaeda troops near Chahar Borjak. Will the Al-Qaeda hunter succeed in capturing his prey? Or will the hunter become the hunted? Read and find out as the exciting events unfold in Douglas Nixs gripping novel.


The Gem Hunter

Author: Gary W. Bowersox
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This is the story of one man's endeavor to discover precious gems and to lead a life filled with loyal friends and extraordinary adventures. He finds it all in the Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan but not without risking his life. In this book Gary W. Bowersox spins his tales of thirty two years of discovery both introspective and worldwide. Along the way he encounters danger and intrigue as he builds lasting friendships. He has traded gems and stories with Afghan miners, ethnic peoples, freedom fighters, government officials, scientist, and on a few occasions, international spies.


Harlequin Romantic Suspense March 2014 Bundle

Author: Lindsay McKenna
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Harlequin Romantic Suspense brings you four new titles for one great price, available now! Looking for heart-racing romance and high-stakes suspense? This Harlequin Romantic Suspense bundle includes Degree of Risk by NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Lindsay McKenna, Deadly Hunter by Rachel Lee, The Rome Affair by Addison Fox and The Burden of Desire by Natalie Charles. Look for 4 new compelling stories every month from Harlequin Romantic Suspense!