The World's Most Dangerous Places: Professional Strength

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HarperCollins, 2007 - Travel - 304 pages
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A tenth anniversary edition of the travel reference for adventurers, soldiers, journalists, and other visitors to high-risk regions features discussions of the dangers of working and traveling overseas, sharing a wealth of advice on safety, equipment, and services that can help minimize such risks as kidnappings, greedy customs inspectors, and insurgent attacks. Original. 25,000 first printing.

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User Review  - jmcclain19 - LibraryThing

Some people choose to travel in places less wandered. This is the book for them. Think of this as a travel book for places you wouldn't typically think to vacation in - and exactly how you would want ... Read full review

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User Review  - shawnd - LibraryThing

I almost didn't buy it. When I picked it up it looked more like a dictionary for travelers from the State Department than it did a novel. However, I plunged in and boy was I glad. Gritty reality - for ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Robert Young Pelton is also the author of Come Back Alive, his auto-biography, The Adventurist, and is a regular columnist for National Geographic Adventure. He produces and hosts a television series for Discovery and the Travel Channel, and appears frequently as an expert on current affairs and travel safety on CNN, FOX News, and other news networks. .010.

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