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By Masters, Chris
The result of a six year immersive investigation, this is a penetrating and significant exploration of the nature of the modern Australian soldier - fighter, peacekeeper, street-level diplomat, aid worker.
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Australia's foremost investigative journalist goes deep into the heart of our Special Forces long war in Afghanistan.
How do we rank a man who raises millions for people in need but whose actions waste millions in support of unworthy mates and poor public policy? Masters examines the many paradoxes of talk radio host, Alan Jones. He reaches deep into a powerful industry and exposes the myth and ...the magic of a very powerful man.Read more
Have you ever been on a bad date? Have you ever met someone off the Internet? Have you ever combined them both into a book to capitalize off your bad Internet dates? Most people can probably say yes to the first question. A smaller number would answer yes to the second. Only a se...lect few who are courageous enough to let people laugh about their mistakes can answer yes to question three. This book is also about hope. I hope the sales from this book will cover a large part of my psychiatric care. You may hope to never go on these types of dates in your life. I hope you get as much pleasure reading this book as I had in writing it. Wait. Scratch that. Writing is a pain, and reliving past memories of painful memories only causes more pain. So, in closing, I hope reading this book wasn't as painful as it was to write.Read more
Using the investigative and research skills that he is known for, Chris Masters turns his attention to the contemporary digger - war fighter, peacekeeper, street-level diplomat and aid worker - linking the pioneering approaches to warfare of General Monash's time to the challenge... of what lies ahead for Australian soldiers.Read more
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