The bloody suppression of East Pakistan's aspirations led to Pakistan's humiliation by Indian troops and the creation of Bangladesh in 1971, but it helped bring Bhutto to power.
Stanley Wolpert's command of detail and his balanced sympathies give ZULFI BHUTTO OF PAKISTAN the narrative flow of excellent biographical writing.Review
Was Bhutto's Execution Justified?
An inquiry into the Bhutto Years Review
How they fell victim to their own plans
by Syed Shabbir Hussain
'Ayub, Bhutto and Zia- How they fell victims to their own plans', reveals the fascinating story of the rise and fall of the three men who linked the destiny of Pakistan with their own destiny. The fluent narrative beautifully integrates the non-human and human, national and international factors that derailed each of the three rulers discussed in this poignant book.
-The Life And Death of Murtaza Bhutto
by Raja Anwar
Run by "The Terrorist Prince" himself, Raja tells us how Murtaza Bhutto attempted to kill Zia as well as hijack a Pakistani airliner en route to Kabul. Raja's detailed coverage of how the resistance organization- Al-Zulfiqar (The Sword), turned into a terrorist group brilliantly fuses the tension and pace of a political thriller.
The Advent and Eclipse of Benazir Bhutto
by Iqbal Akhund
"Akhund's 'Trial & Error' brings into sharp relief the strength and fatal foibles of Benazir's first term in office as Pakistan's prime minister- which, unbelievably, lasted a bare 20 months but continues to be something of a milestone in Pakistan's 50 years as an independant country" M.H. Askari, columnist, Dawn