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Boy Soldier by Andy McNab and Robert Rigby

I recently set one of my tutor groups to read Boy Soldier by Andy McNab and Robert Rigby. To make sense of the challenge and allow me to set questions, I read the book too. The Blurb Danny Watts’s grandfather, Fergus, was a traitor. One of the worst sort. An SAS explosives expert who betrayed …

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Osama by Chris Ryan

Chris Ryan is the pen name of a former member of the British special forces, turned novelist, Colin Armstrong. He came to public prominence for being the only member of the eight-man SAS mission Bravo Two Zero to escape, during the First Gulf War 1991. Ryan has subsequently written many books covering both fiction and non-fiction. His books include The One That Got …

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Born Fearless by Big Phil Campion

I borrowed this book from the library and my husband noticed it. he asked me if I was enjoying the book, then commented that he had come across “big”Phil Campion during his time in the military. It was interesting to hear his comments about the author who portrays himself as all but invincible. He is certainly …

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