Robbery, rape, kidnapping, murder . Organized as a quick read, Travel Can Be Murder will help you understand why business travelers are preferred criminal targets, what criminals look for when selecting their victims, and what you must do to prevent an assault. As a result, you will make smarter and safer choices as you move about.
Organized as a quick read, Travel Can Be Murder will help you understand why business travelers are preferred criminal targets, what criminals look for when selecting their victims, and what you must do to prevent an assault.
The Traveler's Handbook The Essential Guide for Every Traveler, Caroline Brandenburger, Jan 1, 1994, Travel, 940 pages The Fine Art of Executive Protection Handbook for the Executive Protection Officer, A. Hunsicker, Dec 1, 2007, House & Home, 436 pages.
Books by Terry Riley. Publisher: Book House.
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A guide to contemporary classical music. Riley's association with violinist David Harrington, who went on to found the Kronos Quartet, has been the inspiration for a series of works (more than a dozen so far) that led Riley back to more conventional kinds of composition; conventional at least in the sense of how they are notated and performed – but not in how they sound.
Basic Guide On Air Travel, Sea Travel And Land Travel Plus Tips On What To Pack, Finding Business Hotels And Using Other Business Travel Services So You Can Take Advantage Of Your Business Travel And Mix In Some Pleasure Into Your Trip. This book is specifically geared towards people who are travelling for business reasons. Books related to The Business Traveler’s Guide for Travel and Pleasure.
Business travelers have discovered that hiring a local guide is an extremely smart and convenient way to make the most of any downtime they may have. The biggest pro is that it's on your time schedule, so you have full control, which is especially good when you're trying to maximize a long layover," said Lauren Fairbanks, a partner at the marketing firm Stunt & Gimmick's, who typically spends seven to 10 days on the road each month.