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We never know when violence might be visited upon us-at home, in the workplace, at school-anywhere. Crime, sexual assaults, threats to our children, and terrorist attacks are all part of the global landscape. There are concrete measures anyone can take to mitigate danger and if necessary, to fight like a sociopath to defeat a sociopath. Robert Montgomery wrote Seconds to Live or Die to help you prevail in the face of unexpected violence. Drawing on his experiences as a career CIA officer, Robert offers up proven methods in self-protection for you and your family at home, on the street, and abroad. By practicing what you find in this book, you can learn to control fear, hone your situational awareness, and when the unimaginable happens, cycle through denial, deliberation, and into action to effectively fight for your life-irrespective of gender, experience, or physical ability. In violence, every fraction of a second can mean the difference between finding yourself above dirt-or six feet under.Show more
During the 1930's and 1940's, Raymond Chandler gave life to the detective Philip Marlowe, perhaps the most memorable character of the hardboiled crime fiction tradition. Marlowe took center stage in Chandler's influential novels, The Big Sleep and The Long Goodbye. And, before too long, he started appearing in adaptations for radio and cinema. Humphrey Bogart played Marlowe in 1946, and Elliot Gould tackled the character in 1973. Meanwhile, The Adventures of Philip Marlowe took to the radio airwaves in the summer of 1947.Show more
Remember names, dates, facts, appointments, test material - everything you read, hear or study. These proven techniques improve your memory by 300% to 400%.Show more
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