18 Hours by Sandra Lee
The True Story of an SAS War Hero

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Twelve months after the September 11 attacks shook the world, Martin 'Jock' Wallace was awarded the nation's third highest military honour for bravery - the Medal of Gallantry - for his actions in the war against terror in south-eastern Afghanistan. At the age of 32 and a signalman with the elite Special Air Service Regiment, Wallace's courage under fire during Operation Anaconda helped save the lives of 80 American soldiers and two Australians (including himself), who were ambushed by up to 1000 Al Qaeda terrorists and Taliban hard-liners in a life and death battle. It is a gripping account of modern warfare against the most dangerous enemy of the 21st Century and will detail every second of those 18 perilous hours in Hell's Half Pipe when Al Qaeda forces outnumbered the US and Australian troops by 100 to 1. 18 Hours is a comprehensive account about the blooding of a new Australian hero, Martin Wallace, a country boy from Tamworth, and his coolness under fire of the soldiers that day.
 

About Sandra Lee

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Sandra Lee is an Emmy-winning and internationally-acclaimed expert in all things kitchen and home. She has predicted and changed the trajectory of American lifestyle with her signature "smart and simple" philosophy.  She is the host of Food Network's Sandra's Money Saving Meals, and Semi-Homemade Cooking, a veteran program on the network in its' fifteenth season, as well as the host of HGTV's Sandra Lee Celebrates, a series of holiday primetime specials.   Sandra has launched several lines of home, garden, and craft products and produced a successful DIY home improvement series.  Her new home products line, entitled Sandra by Sandra Lee, launched at Sears and Kmart in spring 2012.  With a commitment to service and charity, Sandra works with numerous philanthropic organizations including UNICEF®, Share Our Strength® and Feeding America®.  Since 2002, Sandra has written 23 cookbooks and a memoir, Made From Scratch, which all together have sold over four million copies.
 
Published May 7, 2012 by HarperCollins. 320 pages
Genres: History, War, Biographies & Memoirs, Travel. Non-fiction

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