The World's Most Dangerous Places: Professional Strength

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HarperCollins, 2007 - Travel - 304 pages
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Inside this tenth anniversary edition, readers will find a discussion of the new dangers of working and traveling overseas on business, as well as hard-earned tips on safety, training, equipment, and services--everything needed to circumvent a whole array of hostile elements.

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User Review  - MiaCulpa - LibraryThing

Being Australian and living in one of the safest countries on earth, one can get complacent about danger. So, it's always an education to open "The World's Most Dangerous Places" to a random page and ... Read full review

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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

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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