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Rebels of Mindanao: A Novel

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Al Qaeda terrorists are spreading silently throughout the globe wreaking violence on all who oppose them. Their newest target: the small Philippine island of Mindanao. On the brink of civil war, success in Mindanao would trigger a chain reaction across the pacific threatening democracy and peace around the globe.Haunted by the failure of his last mission and the lost lives ...more
Hardcover, 301 pages
Published June 1st 2008 by Beaufort Books (first published January 1st 2008)
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Jan 03, 2009 is currently reading it
I gather a very recent review of this book from my editor. I am reading the free chapters, while I am planning to read a copy of this.
My editor's article about this book is posted below. Its posted today, January 3 and would be read in our web ( tomorrow, January 4. I posted it here because it might also interest the rest.
I am hoping to have a copy of this soon, if the author distributes many copies in local bookstores.


"Rebels of Mindanao" book author says it's fictio
Alexis Brown
Jan 10, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Its a good book, a bit weird with dialogue but i like the story overall.
Oct 15, 2009 rated it really liked it
A romance novel for sixtysomething men. Being 59 - how can I not like this? The hero is 62, gets called out of retirement to "save the world"; & is teamed up with a twentysomething, gorgeous, smart, exotic girl. They fall in love, fall short of the goal, but do find happiness, start a family, and grow mangoes in paradise with no worries about money. All right!! I am down!!!! Seriously, though ... this is a good book for what it does--educate the reader on just how complicated the "War on terror" ...more
Beth Schneider
Feb 23, 2012 rated it it was ok
The best part of this book is that it took place in a part of the world that I don't know much about. So, from that perspective it was interesting to read more about the people and culture of SE Asia. However, the character development and the dialogue between characters needed some work. ...more
David Reynolds
Apr 28, 2015 rated it it was ok
It's a story with some thought provoking ideas about Muslims and their goals. How true, who knows
*** Read an Advanced Reading Copy***
Michael D Keller
I actually liked the story, but the writing style was tedious. I didn't need to reminded of what was going on plot wise every other sentence. Too "Captain Obvious" for my taste. ...more
Jan 30, 2012 rated it it was ok
For .99 (Kindle Daily Deal bargain) it was okay.
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Tom Anthony graduated from West Point and spent six years as an Army officer. Following his discharge, he earned an MBA in International Business and lived all over Europe and Asia working for a large U.S. multinational as well as smaller, new technology companies. Tom lived in Mindanao for seven years, where he had close contact with military and political leaders of the highest stature. His pers ...more

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