The fall of Pan Am 103: inside the Lockerbie investigation

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Putnam, Apr 26, 1990 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
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The story of Pan Am 103 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 counterterrorist investigation ever launched. 8 pages of photographs.

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The fall of Pan Am 103: inside the Lockerbie investigation

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This is a solidly researched account of the 1988 explosion aboard Pan Am flight 103 that killed 270 people and the investigation thereafter. Emerson, a former senior editor at U.S. News & World Report ... Read full review

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Emerson and Duffy wrote one of the better books about Paa Am 103, but look at the date of writing. Even before the Lockerbie two were charges. An awful lot has happened in those 21 years sine it was written.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
9
NOTE ON SOURCES AND METHODOLOGY
277
INDEX
295
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About the author (1990)

Emerson is Executive Director of The Investigative Project, the largest intelligence and data-gathering center in the world on militant Islamic activities.

Duffy is the recipient of many journalism awards. He is deputy national editor for The Washington Post.