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Tango 190: Raoul Moat, the Gateshead Shootings and Life without My Eyes | Hardback

Released on 05 July 2011

Author: David Rathband | Format: Hardback

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Comment: 2011. Hardcover. Raoul Moat, the Gateshead Shootings and Life without My Eyes. 256 pages, Illustrations. PC David Rathband's own very personal account of his shooting by gunman Raoul Moat, last summer and how it has changed his life forever. Cateogry: (G) General (US: Trade). BIC Classification: 1DBKEYD; 3JMC; BG; BTC. Dimension: 217 x 143 x 31. Weight: 466. . . . . . We ship daily from our warehouse. Over 350,000 customers served online! Our feedback reflects our service.... 'Quick delivery and book was exactly as described', 'Great service - thank you!'

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On 1 July 2010, Raoul Moat was released from Durham Prison. Within forty-eight hours he had shot his ex-partner Samantha Stobbart and brutally murdered her new boyfriend, Chris Brown. In the early hours of 4 July Police Constable David Rathband was gunned down while sitting in his patrol car in East Denton, just outside Newcastle upon Tyne. PC Rathband was blinded for life and one of the biggest manhunts in police history began, culminating in Moat's death six days later in the small Northumberland town of Rothbury. For the first time, this is PC David Rathband's story in his own words...The extraordinary events that followed PC Rathband's shooting, as police tracked Moat through towns and countryside, dominated the headlines and became one of the biggest and most controversial news stories of recent times. Often bordering on the ridiculous, it featured unexpected cameos from TV survival expert Ray Mears and former England footballer Paul Gascoigne. It ended with a stand-off between Moat and armed police on the banks of the River Coquet in Rothbury. In the middle of it all was PC David Rathband, a dignified presence throughout.Tango 190 is his personal account of the attack and the events surrounding it. It is also the story of his physical recuperation and the gradual and courageous rebuilding of his life, with the help of his family, in the wake of terrible injuries sustained in the line of duty. PC David Rathband's courage, fortitude and good humour in the light of his horrifying ordeal are extraordinary. This book tells David's own story, and it is truly a remarkable one.

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 An inspirational story! a must read.

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A true hero, David describes his fight for life and his constant battle to lead a normal life, after his sight was so cruelly taken from him. Very difficult to read in places and have the tissues to hand. Its an amazing story of bravery and a true genuine man, just a great book! A story of true courage against all the odds! David my thoughts are with you and the family.

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AuthorDavid Rathband
PublisherBiteback (United Kingdom)
FormatHardback - 256 Pages