9/11

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Half American, half British, Alex Monroe finds himself involved with a group, calling themselves, "The Plane Facts," whilst visiting New York on the sixth anniversary of 9/11.

The 'group' are determined to discredit the 9/11 Commission Report's findings by exposing damaging material they have gathered from countless publications, news reports and eye witness accounts.

They also accuse the American Government ...

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Overview

Half American, half British, Alex Monroe finds himself involved with a group, calling themselves, "The Plane Facts," whilst visiting New York on the sixth anniversary of 9/11.

The 'group' are determined to discredit the 9/11 Commission Report's findings by exposing damaging material they have gathered from countless publications, news reports and eye witness accounts.

They also accuse the American Government of a cover up.

This causes panic in the White House when they suddenly realize that their distortion of the facts surrounding 9/11 are about to be revealed.

To avoid being caught, Alex and the 'group' need to be one step ahead of the authorities.

Based on authentic facts gathered from official 9/11 sources and interviews, the author has accomplished in combining fact with fiction, allowing the reader to reach their own conclusions.

Was there a cover up by the United States Administration?

You can be the judge of that.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781434378859
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 12/11/2008
  • Pages: 372
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Posted January 8, 2009

    Not just plane facts

    A must-read for conspirators everywhere however novices need not steer clear. 9/11: Official Complicity provides masses of info and facts on both 9/11 and 7/7 before each chapter giving more than apt reason to wholeheartly believe the 'fictional' events which later take place. But it's not all facts and figures, the story alone is well worth it's salt, and would please many a reader if it stood alone.<BR/>While managing to stick it to the 'man', Rowland takes care not to offend aggrieved families by cementing the book firmly in fiction, as demonstrated by the way in which the President gets his comeuppance, which will please many a reader by the end, despite it's unlikelihood!<BR/>Overall the result is a highly recommended, unique and unusual take on the events surrounding 9/11.

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  • Posted January 6, 2009

    A new twist on the events before and after 9/11.

    With a mixture of fact and fiction, the author without wanting to offend or upset the families of the victims of 9/11 and 7/7, has skilfully given his interpretation as to what happened before and after 9/11 with his character Alex Monroe. Everyone has their own theory but Michael has added a new twist to the events surrounding 9/11. With publicly available facts pointing the finger at the American government at the beginning of each chapter and a very clever idea, you are left to decide for yourself. You can imagine yourself in Alex's shoes as Michael describes Alex Monroe¿s detailed journey from London to New York and to help his new found friends "The Plain Facts" show the world that it was all a cover up by the American government. Well we all know that anyway. The idea that flight 77 did not crash in to the Pentagon, the explosions in the twin towers before they were reduced to rubble really gets you thinking. To be honest I didn¿t want to put the book down. I wanted to know what actually happened, even though the story is just fiction. Well as Michael say's "You can be the judge of that"<BR/>10/10

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