Indonesian-based security analyst Keith Loveard reads his copy of the Punji Trap at his home in Keramas, Indonesia. ©Toby Loveard
Pub intellectuals and a chat in Melbourne. From left to Right; Rod McKinnon, Bernie Esser, John Dooley and Rodney Riley with copies of the Punji Trap.
A second print run of the Punji Trap was released on August 16 following strong demand . It includes include updated blurbs on the back cover, several clarifications and the removal of the odd typo.
Indonesian author Rini Rica on the bus in Hong Kong. The Punji Trap is now on sale in many countries, including Thailand at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club where the author and veteran war correspondent Jim Pringle were guest speakers on April 25, 2018.
Photo: Derek Mayes from the Doon Doon Roadhouse in Kununurra, outback Western Australia with his copy of the Punji Trap.
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Photo: Washington Times journalists Guy Taylor and Dan Boylan outside head office in Washington DC, with copies of the Punji Trap.
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Photo: Bangkok-based freelance foreign correspondents Lindsay Murdoch, Paul Ruffini and Roland Neveu with a copy of the Punji Trap during a recent long lunch.
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