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Terror in Paradise Hardcover – July 12, 2010
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The story is given credence by the fact that woman author was a Naval officer stationed there when this tragedy took place. She explains how the enemy knew just when and where to make their appearance, as well as the eyewitness account of the ordeal as given her by the surviving sailors.
This is a historical event that wont be found in our history books, but an ever-present part of the lives of the people involved, and how they have learned to deal with it.
the rest is on her. She is suffering Traumatic Stress Syndrome. She was not on the
bus or at the ambush location. But just serving on the quarterdeck as a watch officer.
Nothing about the terrorist or the ensuing investigation.