The Allyn & Bacon Handbook

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Longman, Jul 1, 2002 - Reference - 914 pages
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It's a profession where the dynamics of fear, fast cars, faster money, and spontaneous, yet controlled violence, need to be properly understood. You must balance brute force with intelligent instinct, know every escape route blindfolded, and spot the trouble-makers before they make their move. Because when you're leaving the scene of a crime at 100mph, just one forced error can spell death. This is the phenomenal autobiography of one of the most daring armed robbers of his generation. He reveals the secrets of his success, and tells how while on the run he came to be Britain's most wanted criminal, leading to the gripping chain of events that led to his last ill-fated job. It was a job that nearly cost him his life and left him facing a 20-year stretch.

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CRITICALTHINKING AND READING I
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CRITICALTHINKING AND WRITING
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b Generating ideas and information
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Rosen, Harvard University.

Behrens, University of California, Santa Barbara.

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