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Soldier I, so named to preserve his anonymity at the coroner's inquiry into the Iranian Embassy siege, spent a remarkable 18 years in the SAS, becoming a legend within that legendary force. This book tells the full story of those years, including accounts of operations with which he was involved.
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Michael Paul Kennedy is the original author of the memoir. He acted as a ghost-writer, bringing the story of 'Soldier I' to life and at the same time preserving his anonymity.
Staff Sergeant Pete Winner is Soldier 'I' himself. For the first time he is prepared to reveal his identity and tell the world of his experiences as one of the key members of the world's finest elite forces regiment.Review:
“Pete's journey through life is not always going forward, nor always going backward, but filled with the ups and downs we all go through. It is a good commentary on dealing with the system and the pitfalls of bucking that system.” ―www.mataka.org (June 2010)
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Book Description Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, 1990. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0747507503