The BBC's book on the War in Iraq is out now, available at all good book shops for £7.99 (or £6.39 if you buy it from Amazon.)
I got a copy yesterday when I popped into Television Centre for the first time since I left for Iraq four months ago. It's sitting on my desk, waiting to be tackled.
Far be it from me to plug the book but knowing the correspondents who've contributed to it (including Jim Muir, who has written a piece on the Northern Front), it should be a good read. Plus at 224 pages it's a damn sight shorter than the new Harry Potter tome.
Oh, and thanks for the mention in the foreward!
I should be on commission.
Discuss "Beyond Northern Iraq"