Author(s): Craig Unger
Reveals evidence of the controversial Saudi-Bush relationship and its effect on terrorism. In this edition, the author probes with documents and intelligence sources into the religious extremism of Saudi Arabia under its particular brand of Wahhabi Islam espoused by the royal House of Saud.
'A forensic examination.' Daily Telegraph 'Notably intelligent' Observer 'Very powerful.' Guardian, book of the week
Craig Unger is an expert on terrorism and the oil industry. He investigated Bush's roles in the Iran-contra scandal and when the September 11 attacks took place, Unger saw a pattern which prompted him to write this book. A distinguished journalist, he was editor-in-chief of Boston Magazine and has appeared on BBC News Night, BBC News, Channel Four News, Al Jazeera and the Today Programme.