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Kidnapping and Piracy. John Humphries (Inside Crime)

by John Humphries

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 074969582X, Hardcover)

Kidnapping and piracy is one of the fastest growing forms of crime today. Far from being a crime of the past, kidnappers and pirates today regularly extort money by seizing hapless victims on the street or taking command of their boats on the seas. Find out how the criminals operate, and how we can stop them. Inside Crime: Kidnapping and Piracy is part of an exciting new series that takes the reader undercover to explore the real world of crimefighting. Using up-to-date case studies alongside real-life examples of how famous crimes have been solved, Inside Crime gives a vivid portrait of crimefighting today.

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