WHEN TERROR RETURNS
The History and Future of Terrorist Mass-Hostage Sieges
By John Giduck, JD, MSS, Ph.D
John Giduck is a premier expert on present and future terrorist threats throughout the world. He’s “been there,” including having interviewed the counter-terrorist special ops agents who’ve combated their nation’s worst attacks. SWAT teams across America have lauded his instructional prowess and in-depth insights into the murky, deadly world of terrorists. John’s book should be mandatory reading for every spec ops operator and law enforcement official in this country, as well as every American.
John Stryker Meyer
Special Forces, MACV-SOG 68 – 70
President, Special Operations Association
Author of Across The Fence and On The Ground
I sincerely believe that this is the single best and most important book available today for us to understand and defeat the terrorist threat to the very existence of our civilization. Absolutely essential "move-to-the-top-of-the-stack" reading for law enforcement, military, politicians, and every concerned and informed citizen.
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman (ret.), author of On Combat and On Killing
This is a textbook on the history and future of terrorist threats we will see worldwide, including in the United States. Read it with a highlighter in hand. You will not gain everything from it with only one reading. Read it, highlight it and then go back and read it again!
Dr. Dick Caster
Former Executive Director of the National Association of School Resource Officers
Giduck’s extensive knowledge of the targeted societies, his familiarity with the cultures, and his personal on-site inspections of the hostage sites and interviews with the involved Special Forces from the victim countries who led these rescue efforts is far beyond what most any other authority on international terrorism can muster.
36-year police officer, SWAT operator and former president of the Rocky Mountain Tactical Team Association
John Giduck has done it once again! He has researched and written another book on the subject of terrorism that can only be described as dynamic and cutting-edge.
Major Richard J. Hughbank, U.S. Army (retired), author and professor of homeland security.