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Terror Tracker: An Odyssey Into Pure Fear Hardcover – 8 Sep 2004

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Product details

  • Hardcover: 244 pages
  • Publisher: Mainstream Publishing; First Edition edition (8 Sept. 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 184018874X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1840188745
  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 2.8 x 23.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,710,934 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"This book reveals the unseen battles being waged between Al Qaeda computer hackers and their Western counterparts. It includes the astonishing story of an American housewife, turned cyber-siren, who uses internet chat rooms to lure terrorists to their deaths - quite literally. Both alarming and riveting, this is an insider's account of the West's war on terrorism. The author could well be described as one of a new breed of cyber-journalists." (U.S.I Journal)

About the Author

Neil Doyle is an award-winning journalist who specialises in investigating terrorism for national newspapers and broadcasters in the UK and overseas. This is his first book.

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Format: Hardcover
I got through this book at a quick flowing pace.
It sets a background behind present day world trouble, with the author initially being around as a technical journalist as the seeds to present day global terrorism were sown.
We are brought up to date with insights into the activities of people considered extremists in the UK and the use of the World Wide Web on various fronts.
There is a chronology of events arount 9/11 that doesn't slip down the slope of conspiricy theories.
Well researched from good material and human sources giving the reader a good insight as to how things are and a good grounding should they wish to look further...
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Format: Hardcover
Terror Tracker by neil doyle is a great book exposeing islamic terror groups in the UK.he's been allowed into a secret world of spies and intelligence services. neil doyles book is a good read which led to the arrest of abu hamza with some help from a intelligence service......
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Format: Paperback
Neil Doyle's book Terror Tracker is an outstanding piece of research and investigative of journalism that exposes the workings of Al Qaeda. Doyle describes how he was twice able to locate the whereabouts of Osma bin Laden and writes about his role in the downfall of Abu Hamza? To show just how good this book is I have listed below some of the comments made by various newspapers. It is very rare that newspapers write such glowing comments.
'Neil Doyle has pioneered a new and vital form of internet-based investigative journalism which has enabled him to penetrate the dark heart of online fundamentalism.'
Sunday Times
'Chilling evidence of Abu Hamza's murderous plans for the UK'
Daily Mail
'A female suicide bomber targeted Prince Charles...The plot is revealed in new book Terror Tracker by Neil Doyle.'
The Sun
'Neil Doyle is probably the finest investigative reporter specialising in international terrorism, and covert anti-terrorist operations, working in Britain today.'
Daily Star
'Chilling...This is a gripping look at the greatest threat to international stability since the Cold War.'
The Herald (Glasgow)
'Neil has proved himself to be a vigorous and determined investigator in this complex world.'
Sunday Express
'Account of a journalist's investigation of the internal workings of Al Qaeda and international terrorism. The three year investigation led to the arrest of the London-based cleric Abu Hamza.'
Foreign & Commonwealth Office
'In his book, Terror Tracker, he tells how his investigations on the internet finally led to terrorist suspect Abu Hamza's arrest in Britain.'
BBC
'Neil Doyle is the finest investigator of the shady world of terror we have today. He is an inspiration.
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Format: Hardcover
Near the end of Doyle's rambling, cliche ridden, abysmally researched offering he starts talking - at some length - about how the book deal for the very publication we are reading came about. His delight at getting an offer turns to concern when he realises how many words he will have to write a day to hit the deadline. And so it all makes sense. Like a small child writing his first diary, Doyle writes about everything that has happened to him regardless of whether it has any relevance. And for the most part it doesn't. Our hero really gets exited when he gets to go on telly or get interviewed by the newspapers. Though very rarely does what he says get used. This book offers almost nothing to understanding modern day terrorism. But to be fair to Doyle, he did make the word count.
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