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Suicide Bomber By Burt Keimach
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What can happen following 9/11 when suicide bombers are blowing themselves up. An exciting story with a gripping end. Where will you and family be when the next suicide bomber decides to blow himself... More > up? Suicide bombers still believe fervently that they will enter Paradise by ending their earthly lives and killing 'infidels'. The tale is about the life of a young member of a Hamas Battle Cell. It details the deeply religious and historical rationale for his creed, going back to the time of the infamous hashish-driven 'Assassins' of early Islam, and leading him eventually to the target in the USA that is his objective.< Less
SUICIDE BOMBER OR NOT By ALEXANDER THE GREAT
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WHAT WOULD ALEXANDER DO IN IRAQ IF HE WAS ALIVE TODAY?YANKS TAKE NOTES :)I HAVE MADE 1 SALE.THANK YOU C.I.A.HAVE A GOOD LAUGH. :)
The Bomber By David Roy
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What does a suicide bomber do if he doesn't die? He plans an even bigger attack.
Love In The Time Of Terrorism: The Mother Of All Female Suicide Bombers and The Holocaust Survivors’ Daughter By Martin Avery
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A love story, set in an era of terrorism, wrapped in a thriller
Love In The Time Of Terrorism: The Mother Of All Female Suicide Bombers and The Holocaust Survivors’ Daughter By Martin Avery
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A love story, set in an era of terrorism, wrapped in a thriller
A Cup of Coffee and a Suicide By Budding Writers League
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It starts with a cup of coffee. After coffee with his best friend, Dylan takes the train home to tell his wife he is going to die of cancer. Along the way, he meets people who change his life in... More > minute ways: an ex-Miss Singapore; a retired policeman; an extremist bomber; a blind man and a cripple and many other. Join Dylan and see where this train ride takes him. Where will he end up?< Less
A CUP OF COFFEE AND A SUICIDE By Ong Shi Min Nicole et al.
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It starts with a cup of coffee... After coffee with his best friend, Dylan takes the train home to tell his wife he is going to die of cancer. On his way home, Dylan passes eleven individuals, each... More > with their own story. From young love and reunited friends to regret and unresolved relationships, he shares a carriage with an ex-Miss Singapore, a retired policeman, a suicide bomber, and many others. Will it end with a cup of coffee or a suicide?< Less
A Cup of Coffee and a Suicide By Budding Writers League
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It starts with a cup of coffee. After coffee with his best friend, Dylan takes the train home to tell his wife he is going to die of cancer. Along the way, he meets people who change his life in... More > minute ways: an ex-Miss Singapore; a retired policeman; an extremist bomber; a blind man and a cripple and many other. Join Dylan and see where this train ride takes him. Where will he end up?< Less
Memoirs from the Suicide Seat: Letters Home from a WWII B-17 Ball Turret Gunner By John Avrett & Meghan Avrett
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Widely recognized as one of the most dangerous places to serve during World War II, being a member of a B-17 bomber crew flying over occupied Europe must have been an inexplicably hellish experience.... More > The most dangerous of all the air crew positions was undeniably the ball turret gunner. Nicknamed the “suicide seat”, the ball turret was by no means a glamorous place to be and was reserved for only the smallest and the toughest. The following series of letters and artifacts chronicles the final months of life for one B-17 ball turret gunner. The story of the man speaks for itself over the following pages. Standing at a height of 5’ 6” and weighing in at barely 110 pounds, John V. Avrett definitely fit the bill for the position of ball turret gunner. The following letters were transcribed word-for-word from J.V.’s handwritten letters. This work was completed in an effort of both preservation and investigation into the life of an American soldier during the war.< Less
Memoirs from the Suicide Seat: Letters Home from a WWII B-17 Ball Turret Gunner By John Avrett & Meghan Avrett
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Widely recognized as one of the most dangerous places to serve during World War II, being a member of a B-17 bomber crew flying over occupied Europe must have been an inexplicably hellish experience.... More > The most dangerous of all the air crew positions was undeniably the ball turret gunner. Nicknamed the “suicide seat”, the ball turret was by no means a glamorous place to be and was reserved for only the smallest and the toughest. The following series of letters and artifacts chronicles the final months of life for one B-17 ball turret gunner. The story of the man speaks for itself over the following pages. Standing at a height of 5’ 6” and weighing in at barely 110 pounds, John V. Avrett definitely fit the bill for the position of ball turret gunner. The following letters were transcribed word-for-word from J.V.’s handwritten letters. This work was completed in an effort of both preservation and investigation into the life of an American soldier during the war.< Less