1988: Pan Am flight 103 explodes over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing all 259 people on board. The Cohens, whose daughter died in the tragedy, vowed to discover the truth about the bombing-by asking demanding questions no one else in the world dared to.
¥ Why did the Bush Administration distance itself from the tragedy?
¥ How could Pan Am allow an unattended bomb to pass through security?
¥ Why did it take over a decade to hold the terrorists accountable?
¥ Why were the bereaved families lied to by the airline and the government?
In the most controversial book of the year, the Cohens reveal the stunning answers.
Zealous in their pursuit of justice...the Cohens have played an important and valuable role. (The Washington Post)
Painfully sad and passionately angry. (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
The Cohens less ask for justice than demand it. If you read their book, you'll want it for them. (The Times - Trenton, NJ)
|Publisher:||Penguin Publishing Group|
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