Book Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1997.
First edition/first printing in about Fine condition in alike dust-jacket with minor edgewear.
The brutal and relentless landscape of Afghanistan has claimed the lives of countless soldiers, journalists, and aid workers over the years. Dale Brown's riveting book tells the story of one such group of patriots - the Special Forces operators who battled the Taliban in the mountains and valleys of the country. Brown brings readers inside the minds of these men as they fight a brutal war against an enemy who never stops fighting.
With harrowing detail, Brown brings readers inside the harrowing battlefields of Afghanistan, describing the strategies and tactics used by the Special Forces operators. He also tells the story of the civilians caught in the middle of this brutal conflict - the aid workers, the journalists, and the families of the soldiers. Brown brings readers inside the minds of these men as they fight a brutal war against an enemy who never stops fighting.
Fatal Terrain is a story of courage, sacrifice, and devotion to a cause. It is the story of men who have faced down the most brutal and; 8vo; FSA.