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The Terrorism Survival Guide - 201 Travel Tips on How Not to Become a Victim Revised and Updated - cover

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The Terrorism Survival Guide - 201 Travel Tips on How Not to Become a Victim Revised and Updated

Andy Lightbody

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing

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Author is a professional radio/TV personality with over 30 years of experience and has appeared on ABC, CBS, CNN, CNBC, Tribune Broadcasting, Radio America Network, Fox News, WMAL in Washington DC, and KNRC in DenverFirst edition of this book was published by Dell in 1987; material has been updated throughout to reflect our very different worldConcerns about terrorism are rampant following major attacks in the US and abroad
Available since: 07/18/2017.

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