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The Fall of Pan Am 103 ✯ [BOOKS] ⚣ The Fall of Pan Am 103 By Steven Emerson ✼ – Thomashillier.co.uk The story of Pan Am is one of masterly police work and brilliant deduction undermined by a trusted ally s incompetence and cover up The horrific bombing became the focus of the largest international The story of Pan eBook ↠ of Pan Amis one of masterly police work and brilliant deduction undermined by a trusted ally s incompetence and cover up The horrific bombing became the focus of the largest international counterterrorist investigation ever launchedpages of photographs.

  • Hardcover
  • 304 pages
  • The Fall of Pan Am 103
  • Steven Emerson
  • English
  • 06 September 2019
  • 0399135219

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10 thoughts on “The Fall of Pan Am 103

  1. Rachel Grepke Rachel Grepke says:

    Overall this was an okay read Due to the different countries involved, some of the wording got me a bit lost in places Very thoroughly researched and gave a great mental picture to the bombing I especially appreciate the names of all the victims at the back of the book.

  2. David Classing David Classing says:

    A very good and detailed look at the investigation into the bombing of Pan Am 103, and just how meticulous investigators picked through the wreckage and solved who was responsible.This is a very good read and can be read in about two daysOne thing that is touched upon is that, initially, Iran, Syria and Libya were the key suspects, and the evidence showed that out concisely and clearly In 1992, however, Syria was dropped as one suspect nation, presumably because it joined George Bush s Coaliti A very good and detailed look at the investigation into the bombing of Pan Am 103, and just how meticulous investigators picked through the wreckage and solved who was responsible.This is a very good read and can be read in about two daysOne thing that is touched upon is that, initially, Iran, Syria and Libya were the key suspects, and the evidence showed that out concisely and clearly In 1992, however, Syria was dropped as one suspect nation, presumably because it joined George Bush s Coalition of the Willing in the war against Iraqi aggression into Kuwait As we all know, a couple of Libyans were convicted of the crime, but one must wonder how manywere implicated from Syria remained free in exchange for cooperation in Operation Desert Storm

  3. Lindsay Schwan Lindsay Schwan says:

    Interesting read Although is was confusing at times because of all the players involved in the investigation.

  4. Edwin Martin Edwin Martin says:

    This was the other interesting book in with the first book I wanted to read in a Reader s Digest condensed edition I didn t remember any details about this terrorist act, so I sat down and read this in 2 days The book was written before all the investigation was even finished, so now I need to make a quick Wiki read on it to see how it ultimately ended But it is a thorough and still fast moving account of the first year and a half or so of the investigation.

  5. chucklesthescot chucklesthescot says:

    This is the best of the books that I ve read about the Lockerbie bombing Being Scottish and having visited Lockerbie, I can remember vividly the events unfolding on the news and the horror of what happened This is a look at the investigation into the bombing and it is a really fascinating and heart wrenching read.

  6. Kevin Keating Kevin Keating says:

    It was published too close to the time of the event to be useful now It was ok and kinda interesting but padded a little Doesn t mention much about Libya.

  7. SouthWestZippy SouthWestZippy says:

    Good book.

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