Terror’s Footprints deals with a number of incidents of terrorism with a Malta connection, over a period spanning almost forty years. It is loaded with key information, supported by documents and photographs, about events which all left their mark on Malta. From a hoax hijacking, to assassinations with international ramifications, to the bloodbath that ended the EgyptAir hijack in 1985, this book delves beyond the headlines and the published stories, bringing facts from out of the shadows into the light. Written in a fast-paced style, it makes a significant contribution to the body of publicly available information on the subject.
“I found this book thoroughly fascinating, dealing as it does in mystery, conspiracy, double agents, death. Mostly death. Virtually all the main actors are professionals of death: supplying it, sharing it and embracing it. The stuff of epics.”
European Court of Human Rights