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Desert of Death

Leo Docherty
Format
Hardback
ISBN
9780571236886
Date Published
19.04.2007
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Summary

FOR THE FIRST TIME, A BRITISH SOLDIER RIPS THE LID OFF OUR CURRENT INVOLVEMENT IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN.

Does for the British military what Jarhead did for the US. Leo Docherty was a serving British soldier on the ground in
Afghanistan up until his explosive article in the Sunday Times in 2006. This book is set to be a timebomb under the British military presence in Afghanistan, criticising tactics, strategy, implementation, equipment and the wisdom behind the operation.

Embargoed until publication. Please keep this book TOP SECRET until the massive publicity campaign breaks on
release.

LeoDocherty

Leo Docherty was born in Scotland and grew up in Gloucestershire. After studying Swahili and Hindi at university he attended the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and was commissioned into the Scots Guards in 2001. First posted to London, he performed ceremonial duties and trained as a paratrooper. After a short spell in Germany he completed an Arabic course and served…

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