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Any Good Books On The SAS?

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Re: Any Good Books On The SAS?

#16 Post by scanners107 » Mon 05 Mar, 2012 9:58 am

first into action by Duncan Falconer, is one of the best books i have ever read.

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Re: Any Good Books On The SAS?

#17 Post by Ares-God of War » Thu 17 May, 2012 11:54 pm

Hello guys

A great book on Special Forces, its called Special Forces War on Terror by Nigel Caworne.

Another Book is the Autobiography Bear Grylls Mud, Sweat and Tears. He mentions his Attempt at 21 SAS (TA) Selection, and other things like his climb of Mount Everest. He doesnt go into much detail of his time in the SAS.

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Re: Any Good Books On The SAS?

#18 Post by carriedbysix » Sun 08 Jul, 2012 6:04 pm

Er You seem to have doen the rounds of literature re " the pilgrims"

Slightly off the beaton track if you will is two books I have recently just read, a bit outside the so called box however, A BRILLIANT insight into the lives of those who have to live with the guys within the reg.

Book one

Biting the Bullet ( Married to the SAS)
Its shadow written by "Jenny Simpson""

Brilliant book.

I believe it """MAY""" be based on the life & times of Charles bruce????""
Dont yet

Book Two is

Married to the SAS
By Francis Nicholson ( name changed)

All about her time married to "" Billy"" AKA Andy Mc Nabb

Basically both very good reads Got through both books inside three days.

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