It’s only been about a day but so far, a couple of nice media mentions for THE KILLING OF OSAMA BIN LADEN (How the Mission to Hunt Down a Terrorist Mastermind was Accomplished) that I wanted to point out and give some link love to:
First up: A glowing book review of “The Killing of Osama Bin Laden” from ICPlaces.com. Here’s an excerpt:
…because THE KILLING OF OSAMA BIN LADEN contains certain details about the courier, the way SEAL Team Six trained for their black bag mission, along with what seems to me like “classified” intel on what modifications were made to the Black Hawk helicopters to make them “stealth”, this book reads like it was written by someone with a fairly high security clearance. I am no expert of CIA intelligence operations but I have to believe that either Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff is one heck of a researcher or he is getting his information from sources inside the government or the U.S. Military. I would bet there will be phones ringing at the Pentagon or inside the Beltway once word of this book gets out.
C’mon… how awesome is that?
Second: a nice quick little (and I do mean quick and little) mention of my new book from the folks at ebooknewser.
Nice to see that this book is hitting the radar a tiny bit. Yesterday, in it’s first 24 hours it hit 3 different Kindle subcategory bestseller lists. Including #5 overall on Amazon about books on History of Pakistan (which may be a topic that doesn’t have too many books) but even cooler, #54 overall on the history of the Middle East, which I have to believe is a pretty hot topic right now…. W00t!