What are the best Special Air Service books?

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    #1Bravo Two Zero

    Bravo Two Zero

    Bravo Two Zero is a non-fiction military biography written by Andy McNab. This historical war book is published in 1994 by London: Corgi. 

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    Judy Ryan
    Written on April 15, 2018
    "I ordered this book and never received it!! I was charged for it too! I have called customer service multiple times, and I am always given the run around. I am promised a refund and I never get it. I am promised a reship and nothing ever comes! Dont use this company!!!!!!!!"
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    #2The SAS Self-Defense Handbook: A Complete Guide to Unarmed Combat Techniques

    The SAS Self-Defense Handbook: A Complete Guide to Unarmed Combat Techniques

    The SAS Self-Defense Handbook: A Complete Guide to Unarmed Combat Techniques is an instructional book written by John Wiseman. It includes a comprehensive tutorial for protecting one's self and effectively fending off attackers.

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    Emma Wu
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "It is very easy to be involved in this book. It is not too difficulty to imagine taking the steps to protect yourself. I appreciate learning about different techniques and mental preparation. Good book."
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    #3Born Fearless

    Born Fearless

    Born Fearless: Commando, Para, Mercenary, SAS, Pirate Hunter is a non-fiction military biography book written by Phil Campion. It is first published in 2011 by Quercus. 

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    Anthony Mendez
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "A friend of mine who is a veteran lent me this book, talking about how he had ran into some crazy guy in the sandbox. Said he found this book about him. Didn't think much of it at the time and it sort of sat in the backseat o my car. One lazy day I decided to pick it up and was completely blown away by this mans story. Real life truly can be more crazy than fiction. How this guy is still alive is beyond me. Books not too long. Can probably finish it over a rainy weekend. Pretty interesting read."
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    #4Eye of the Storm

    Eye of the Storm

    Eye of the Storm: Twenty-five Years in Action with the SAS is a non-fiction war biography book written by  Peter Ratcliffe and Noel Botham. It is first published in 2000.

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    Donna Harrison
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "If you are a military or sas fan, this is a book for you. It is authored by 2 people so there is a lot of insitght into the topic. It feels brutally honest and open."
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    #5Silencer (Nick Stone)

    Silencer (Nick Stone)

    Silencer is a military action thriller fiction and the fifteenth book in Nick Stone series written by Andy McNab. It is first published in 2013 by Apostrophe Books. 

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    Chen Yi
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "It's nonstop action, as Nick Stone comes out of semi-retirement to protect the doctor who saved his son. This one kept me up til I finished it!"
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    #6The SAS Training Manual

    The SAS Training Manual

    The SAS Training Manual: How to Get Fit Enough to Pass a Special Forces Selection Course (SAS and Elite Forces Guide) is a military non-fiction book by Chris McNab. It is published in 2014. 

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    #7The Phantom Major

    The Phantom Major

    The Phantom Major: The Story of David Stirling and the SAS Regiment is a military non-fiction book written by Virginia Cowles. It is first published in 1958. 

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    María de Lourdes Uribe
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "Interesting story, very down to Earth. The time it was written gets reflected well."
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    #8Dead Centre

    Dead Centre
    Dead Centre: Not All Suicide Bombers Are Religious! is a non-fiction war book written by Owen Jones. It is first published in 2014 by Megan Publishing Services.  
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    Billy Perry
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "Good, but not great. I enjoyed a good deal of the setup and the pacing was ok, but the big reveal at the end was underwhelming, and I was a bit disappointed for all the hype about it. I didn't hate it, but I doubt very much that I'll read it again."
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    #9The Joker: 20 Years Inside the SAS

    The Joker: 20 Years Inside the SAS

    The Joker: 20 Years Inside the SAS is a military non-fiction book written by Pete Scholey. This war non-fiction book is first published in 1999. 

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    Mary Rios
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "This is an excellent book. It is a look inside the SAS from someone who served for over 20 years. Great read, but is out of print. It is worth trying to grab a used copy."

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Best What are the best Special Air Service books
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1Bravo Two ZeroBooks 0 Paid
2The SAS Self-Defense Handbook: A Complete Guide to Unarmed Combat TechniquesBooks 0 Paid
3Born FearlessBooks 0 Paid
4Eye of the StormBooks 0 Paid
5Silencer (Nick Stone)Books 0 Paid
6The SAS Training ManualBooks 0 Paid
7The Phantom MajorBooks 0 Paid
8Dead CentreBooks 0 Paid
9The Joker: 20 Years Inside the SASBooks 0 Paid
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