Terror Base UK

Neil Doyle

Terror Base UK is cyber-journalist Neil Doyle's chronicle of the epic struggle between al-Qaeda and the West. By tracking websites used by al-Qaeda and other terrorist organisations to plan, coordinate and celebrate their attacks, as well as to recruit and train their members, he is now able to reveal:

• how the London suicide bombings on 7 July 2005 could have been prevented;
• how a secret jihad army has established itself in Britain, making the country al-Qaeda's European HQ;
• details of several previously undisclosed bomb plots, including one involving chemical weapons;
• the first documented terrorist cyber-attack;
• the fatwa issued by an al-Qaeda spiritual leader that pre-approves the deaths of millions of people in the West.

Terror Base UK is an action-packed tour of the secret terror war written by one of the world's leading investigative journalists.

Terror Tracker

Neil Doyle

Terror Tracker chronicles the extraordinary true-life adventures of an investigative journalist who set out to penetrate the internal workings of al-Qaeda and illuminate the murky world of international terrorism. It reveals, for the first time, the inside story of the three-year long investigation that led to the arrest of the notorious terrorist suspect Abu Hamza.Although he didn't know it at the time, Neil Doyle's journey began in 1993, with an assignment to report on the first bombing of the World Trade Center in New York. That experience led him to resolve, on the afternoon of 11 September 2001, to abandon his job as a news editor in favour of investigating terrorism full-time. It was a unique experiment and a dangerous gamble. Doyle twice managed to locate the exact whereabouts of Osama bin Laden and, despite opposition from figures in the world of espionage, he went on to uncover al-Qaeda's plans to use chemical, biological and nuclear weapons against Western targets. He also discovered that the authorities may have known much more about the terrible tragedy that was to unfold on 11 September than has been previously revealed, and included here is a detailed chronology of the events surrounding that fateful day. Terror Tracker lifts the lid on the unseen battles being waged between al-Qaeda computer hackers and their Western counterparts. It includes the astonishing story of an American housewife turned cyber-siren who uses Internet chat rooms to lure terrorists to their deaths - quite literally. The book concludes by detailing the downfall of Abu Hamza, which began when an undercover investigator infiltrated Hamza's circle at Finsbury Park mosque and acquired a cache of incriminating .....


Neil Doyle is an award-winning journalist who specialises in investigating terrorism for national newspapers and broadcasters in the UK and overseas. This is his first book.