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📒Raymond Rush The Last Man Standing ✍ John Kelly
✏Raymond Rush The Last Man Standing Book Summary : Raymond Rush from Prescot, St Helens, was the only man from his Company who landed at D-Day and who fought the Third Reich all the way back to Germany. The rest of the 600 men who landed with him on Sword Beach were wiped out. They were front-line soldiers whose duty was to go in first and clear the way. The heroism of these working-class volunteers from the South Lancs regiment never made it into the history books, because no one was alive to write their story. No one, except for Raymond Rush, the last man standing. Now, for the very first time, his remarkable true story is told.
📒Last Man Standing ✍ Stuart Medland
✏Last Man Standing Book Summary : This elegiac poetry collection is haunting, harrowing and uplifting. The personal subject matter expands beyond itself into the universal. Medland's voice is gutsy, honed and he brings back to life his beloved father in this compelling sequence. He bravely exposes a way of dealing with the shock of a cancer diagnosis and proves the human spirit ......
📒Last Man Standing ✍ Jay Pring
✏Last Man Standing Book Summary : The shocking and brutal life and crimes of one of Australia's most notorious and feared underworld kingpins, Graham 'Abo' Henry. From his violent childhood and rise through the ranks of Sydney's most dangerous men, to his involvement in a Royal Commission into Police Corruption that would bring down a government, this is his compelling and terrifying true story.Angry, belligerent, dangerous beyond compare, Graham Henry built a criminal gang and empire that swept aside all gangs before them in the notorious gang wars of the 1980s and 1990s. From the biggest armed robberies the city had ever known, to the targets drug deals, Henry and his organised crime gang ruled over all, protected by a litany of corrupt and greedy police, politicians and judges. But with millions rolling in, petty jealousies, and perceived slights would see his criminal juggernaut unravel from within, ending in a bloody fight for survival that would tear the underworld apart, and leave it forever changed.
📒Captain Francis Crozier ✍ Michael Smith
✏Captain Francis Crozier Book Summary : Chronicles the travels and exploits of one of the major figues of nineteenth-century Polar exploration, Captain Francis Crozier.
📒Last Man Standing ✍ Robert K. Honea
✏Last Man Standing Book Summary : Railroad police officers started to come onto the scene officially in the 1850s, but in one form or another they have been around almost as long as the railroads have. Consisting of various individual departments, in their present incarnation they are spread out along many miles of line, in virtually every state in the union and in every country. Now, just as then, their mission is one of the most difficult faced by any police organization. As I knew it, the job was demanding, but it was made even harder by the back-stabbing and in-fighting that occurred among the ranks at all levels. With the various factions struggling for power, the job was frequently left undone as those in higher office settled old scores. There were those who were dedicated, hard workers, but they were the ones who served at the pleasure of the powers-that-be. They were expendable.
📒Last Man Standing ✍ Jack Olsen
✏Last Man Standing Book Summary : With the epic scope of A Civil Action, Last Man Standing is an unforgettable chronicle of the twenty-seven-year struggle to break a conspiratorial abuse of power and free one of America's most famous political prisoners. In 1968, twenty-year-old Elmer Gerard "Geronimo" Pratt returned from Vietnam with a chest full of medals and a Purple Heart into the most heated racial climate in American history. Taking advantage of the G.I. Bill, Pratt enrolled at UCLA, where the Black Panther Party was busy recruiting. Propelled by a diverse group of African Americans, the Panther agenda was a volatile mix of black rage, black pride, altruism, idealism, and violence. Under the charismatic leadership of Eldridge Cleaver, Huey P. Newton, Bobby Seale, and Bunchy Carter, Pratt rose to the rank of Deputy Minister of Defense and became leader of the Los Angeles Chapter. The Panthers did not go unnoticed by J. Edgar Hoover. In the era of enemies' lists, his FBI drew up its own list of Panthers to be "neutralized" and began a systematic counterintelligence program to undermine black solidarity. Geronimo Pratt headed Hoover's list. When an FBI informer within the Panther party agreed to testify that Pratt murdered a young woman at a Santa Monica tennis court, his days as a free citizen came to an end. If not for the unlikely alliance of a brash African American defense attorney (Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr.), a radical Irish Jewish law student (Stuart Hanlon), a Protestant minister (Rev. James McCloskey), and the indefatigable Pratt-his spirit unbroken by eight years in solitary confinement-a horrifying miscarriage of justice would never have been rectified. As riveting biography, courtroom drama, andjust plain narrative nonfiction, Last Man Standing is certain to take its place among the finest works of American judicial history.
📒Last Man Standing ✍ Jack Straw
✏Last Man Standing Book Summary : As a small boy in Epping Forest, Jack Straw could never have imagined that one day he would become Britain's Lord Chancellor. As one of five children of divorced parents, he was bright enough to get a scholarship to a direct-grant school, but spent his holidays as a plumbers' mate for his uncles to bring in some much-needed extra income. Yet he spent 13 years and 11 days in government, including long and influential spells as Home Secretary and Foreign Secretary. This is the story of how he got there. His memoirs offer a unique insight into the complex, sometimes self-serving but always fascinating world of British politics and reveals the toll that high office takes, but , more importantly, the enormous satisfaction and extraordinary privilege of serving both your constituents and your country. Straw’s has been a very public life, but he reveals the private face, too and offers readers a vivid and authoritative insight into the Blair/Brown era and, indeed, the last forty years of British politics.
📒Last Man Standing ✍ Keith Taylor
✏Last Man Standing Book Summary : "BANGKOK, MARCH 2018. The world looked on as millions of innocent lives were snuffed out in a matter of hours. Millions of men, women and children slaughtered without mercy, killed by a violent mob that attacked without reason, motive or warning. Tom Freeman saw the aftermath. He reported on the tragedy and looked into the eyes of the sole survivor, and what he saw looking back sent him running home to the United States. Back to safety. Back to a place where the world makes sense, and the putrid stink of the dead doesn't haunt his nightmares. He didn't run quickly enough. They're coming. Remain indoors ... Gather supplies ... Find a weapon ... They're here. HUNGER is the opening book of the terrifying post-apocalyptic LAST MAN STANDING series." --Amazon.com.
📒Last Man Standing ✍ Norman Collins
✏Last Man Standing Book Summary : After witnessing the infamous German naval bombardment at Hartlepool which resulted in 700 deaths and injuries, Norman Collins joined the Seaforth Highlanders in 51st Highland Division while under age. He fought at Beaumont Hamel, was wounded soon after and returned for the Battle of Arras. At Passchendaele he was severely wounded and suffered battle fatigue. Norman had an unusually detailed collection of letters, documents, illustrations and photographs which the author has drawn on extensively and the result is a marvellously moving biography of a very special veteran who lived to be 100.
📒Last Man Standing ✍ Stephen Leather
✏Last Man Standing Book Summary : Friendships forged in the heat of combat can be stronger than anything. So when SAS trooper Matt Standing is told that the former Navy SEAL who saved his life is in trouble, he doesn't hesitate to go to his aid - even if that means flying half way around the world to Los Angeles. Navy SEAL-turned-bodyguard Bobby-Ray Barnes has been accused of killing the man he was supposed to be protecting. Three other bodyguards were also killed and now Bobby-Ray is on the run. The dead client was a Russian oligarch with connections to the Kremlin. But who wanted him dead? And if Bobby-Ray wasn't the killer, who carried out the assassination and why is Bobby-Ray being framed? Standing is the only man who can answer those questions - providing he can stay alive long enough. For that he'll need the help of an old SAS friend, Dan 'Spider' Shepherd, and a ruthless network of secret service operatives. Praise for bestselling author Stephen Leather 'The sheer impetus of his storytelling is damned hard to resist' Sunday Express 'A master of the thriller genre' Irish Times 'As tough as British thriller writers get' Irish Independent