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Sunday, September 18, 2005
Book of the Day
Not A Good Day To Die
An award-winning journalist provides an eyewitness account of the brutal March 2002 battle of untested U.S. troops against fanatical Al Qaeda and Taliban forces in Afghanistan's Shahikot valley, capturing the courage and resourcefulness of these young soldiers against overwhelming odds, including high-level strategic miscalculations.