Uncommon Common Sense by Rudolph Valadez
An Anatomy of Peril

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This book is a primer on unsafe and deviant human behavior, the body language of those that would harm you, and the danger signs of mishap.  It is a must read for those who intend to become more self-reliant in their safety by recognizing accidents and crime before they occur.  With examples and preventive methods, this book will change for the better your awareness and perception that allows you to recognize the risks, threats, and perils in your everyday life.  This book is also a study of sexual lust, negligence, victims, and predators.   The different types of criminals such as burglars, Carjackers, pedophiles, rapists, murderers, mass murderers, workplace violence and serial sexual killers, stalkers, kidnappers, and terrorists are discussed.

About Rudolph Valadez

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Mr. Valadez is a 25-year veteran of the FBI, where his duties included protecting the U.S. from criminals, spies, and terrorists, and protecting high-ranking government officials and dignitaries. The study of human behavior and how accidents and crime occur is his passion in life.  His life experience has prepared him well to now serve you.  He has written this book because safety belongs to everyone, not just those that can afford a professional tutor.  He is an expert on personal safety, crime, victims, and victimology.  In the last ten years, he has traveled the globe providing personal safety seminars to executives and personnel of Fortune 100 and 500 companies to provide them safety in their environment.
Published May 24, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 473 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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