According to Time magazine, Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf holds 'the world's most dangerous job'. He has twice come within inches of assassination. His force have caught over 670 member of Al Qaeda. Long locked in a deadly embrace with its nuclear neighbour India, Pakistan has twice come close to full-scale war since it first exploded a nuclear bomb in 1998. As Musharraf struggles for the security and political future of his nation, the stakes could not be higher for the world at large. It is unprecedented for a sitting head of state to write a memoir as revelotary, detailed and gripping as In the LIne of Fire. Here, for the first time, readers can get a first-hand view of the war on terror in its central theatre. President Musharraf details the manhunts for Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri, and their top lieutenants, complete with harrowing cat-and-mouse games, informats, interceptions, and bloody firefights.