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Crescent Moon Rising

3.57  ·  Rating Details ·  7 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
At a time when Australians are wavering in support of a proposed U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, more than six hundred U.S. Marines rotating on R & R in Bali suddenly disappear; then, Kuta erupts in a fireball and Australia falls into line with the American's demand to become part of the 'Coalition of the Willing'. Based on indisputable fact, a step by step account of the ...more
Published by Sid Harta Publishers (first published March 1st 2011)
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Kerry Collison
How the Americans screwed everyone by not revealing the intelligence they had in the lead up to the Bali bombings
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This was a very good read and still relevant in today's climate, highly recommended.
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The Bali bombings
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