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    Introduction: Loompanics! The Story of the World’s Most Extreme DIY Books

  1991 Main Catalog

    INTRODUCTION

    CONTENTS

    INDEX BY TITLE

    ORDER INFORMATION

    COMING SOON

      YOU CAN BE AN INFORMATION WRITER

      FREEDOM ROAD

      CHECK FRAUD INVESTIGATION

      THE BEST BOOK CATALOG IN THE WORLD

    THE COUNTERCULTURE

      THE ABOLITION OF WORK

      RANTS AND INCENDIARY TRACTS

      THE RIGHT TO BE GREEDY

      NATIVE AMERICAN ANARCHISM

      THE RESURRECTION OF ARISTOCRACY

      SELECTIONS FROM FREE AMERICA

      MIGHT IS RIGHT

      [Page 3 is missing]

      [Page 4]

      PRINCIPIA DISCORDIA

      NATURAL LAW

      SUBTERRANEAN WORLDS

      THE OCCULT TECHNOLOGY OF POWER

      THE MYTH OF NATURAL RIGHTS

      LUCIFER'S LEXICON

      THE WORLD POWER FOUNDATION

    Dropping Out

      SHELTERS, SHACKS AND SHANTIES

      GREAT HIDEOUTS OF THE WEST

      THE LAST FRONTIERS ON EARTH

      VONU

      BUILDING WITH JUNK

      HOW TO BUY LAND CHEAP

      HOW TO START YOUR OWN COUNTRY

      THE EDEN SEEKER'S GUIDE

    Computers

      THE ANARCHISTS GUIDE TO THE BBS

      THE COMPUTER UNDERGROUND byM. Hirry

      COMPUTER-RELATED CRIME

      FREELANCE WRITER'S HANDBOOK

    UNDERGROUND ECONOMY

      JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN THE BLACK MARKET

      BLACK MARKETS AROUND THE WORLD

      GUERRILLA CAPITALISM
How to Practice Free Enterprise
In an Unfree Economy

      THE ORGANIZATION OF
ILLEGAL MARKETS

      HOW TO DO BUSINESS “OFF THE BOOKS"

      THE HIDDEN ECONOMY

      HOW TO MAKE CASH MONEY AT SWAP MEETS. FLEA MARKETS, ETC.

      BLACK MARKET OPERATIONS
Mariretfng Theory end
the Fencing ot Stolen Goods

      GETTING STARTED IN THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY

    DRUGS

      SECRETS OF METHAMPHETAMINE MANUFACTURE

      RECREATIONAL DRUGS

      PSYCHEDELIC CHEMISTRY

      GETTING STARTED IN
THE ILLICIT DRUG BUSINESS

      THE CONSTRUCTION & OPERATION OF
CLANDESTINE DRUG LABORATORIES

    PRIVACY

      HOW TO USE MAIL DROPS FOR PRIVACY AND PROFIT

      DIRECTORY OF U.S. MAIL DROPS

      INVESTIGATIVE METHODS
FOR WHITE COLLAR CRIME
Edited by William B. Moran

      HOW TO BEAT “HONESTY" TESTS

      THE BIG BOOK OF SECRET HIDING PLACES

      HOW TO BURY YOUR GOODS
The Completa Manual of
Long-Term Underground Storage

    ID

      HOW TO FIND MISSING PERSONS

      HOW TO DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY & NEVER BE FOUND

      HOW TO GET LOST & START ALL OVER AGAIN

      METHODS OF DISGUISE

      COMPARATIVE DATA

      HANDBOOK OF VITAL RECORDS INFORMATION FOR ATTORNEYS AND WELFARE WORKERS by Anonymous

      THE PERSON-NUMBER SYSTEMS

      THE HEAVY DUTY NEW IDENTITY

      REBORN IN THE U.S.A.

      THE CRIMINAL USE OF FALSE IDENTIFICATION

      REBORN IN CANADA

      BIRTH CERTIFICATE FRAUD

      HOW TO GET tD IN CANADA

      FRAUDULENT CREDENTIALS

      COUNTERFEIT I.D. MADE EASY

    Surveillance

      A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE

      WIRETAPPING ANO ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE

      LIP READING MADE EASY

      COVERT SURVEILLANCE & ELECTRONIC PENETRATION

      CODE MAKING
AND CODE BREAKING

      THE CODE BOOK

      THE SECRET SCIENCE OF COVERT INKS

    Investigations

      Undercover Work

      SHADOWING AND SURVEILLANCE

      BODYGUARDING

      THEMUCKRAKER'S MANUAL

      PROTECTIVE SERVICES

      INTERROGATION

    Locks

      THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO LOCK PICKING

      TECHNIQUES OF BURGLAR ALARM BYPASSING

      TECHNIQUES OF SAFECRACKING

      HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN PROFESSIONAL LOCK TOOLS

      THE B & E BOOK

      THE 211 BOOK

    Self-Defense

      GETAWAY

      ARMED DEFENSE

      SURVIVING MAJOR CHEMICAL ACCIDENTS

      CLOSE SHAVES

      HOW TO SURVIVE A NUCLEAR ACCIDENT

      NIGHT MOVEMENTS

      SURVIVAL BARTERING

      MANUALS ON MAYHEM
A Complete Guide to the Literature
of Combat Martial Arts and Serious Self Defense

      SUBWAY SURVIVAL

    CRIME

      COUNTERFEIT CURRENCY

      THE OUTLAW’S BIBLE

      CREDIT CARD FRAUD

      FRAUDS. RIP-OFFS A CON GAMES

      MAKING CRIME PAY

      THE RIP-OFF BOOK
The Complete Guide to Frauds,
Con Games, Swindles and Rackets

      SUCCESSFUL ARMED ROBBERY

      THE RIP-OFF BOOK
VOLUME 2

      TECHNIQUES OF THE PROFESSIONAL PICKPOCKET

      ESCAPE FROM CONTROLLED CUSTODY

      HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION

      SURVIVING IN PRISON

      VEHICLE THEFT INVESTIGATION

      HOW TO COLLECT ILLEGAL DEBTS

      CRIMES INVOLVING POISONS

      SHOPLIFTING ANO EMPLOYEE
THEFT INVESTIGATION

      CRIMINAL JUSTICE

      SEX CRIMES INVESTIGATION

    WEAPONS

      HOMEMADE GUNS AND HOMEMADE AMMO

      S.W.A.T. TEAM OPERATIONS

      HOME WORKSHOP EXPLOSIVES

      THE POLICE SNIPER

      THE SLING

      IMPROVISED WEAPONS
IN AMERICAN PRISONS

      THE COMPLETE GUIDE
TO GUN SHOWS

    MURDER & TORTURE

      THE POISONER’S HANDBOOK

      SILENT DEATH

      HUNTING HUMANS

      PHYSICAL INTERROGATION TECHNIQUES

      EXECUTION

      SILENCING SENTRIES

      PROFESSIONAL KILLERS

      SELECTIVE ASSASSINATION

      CURIOUS PUNISHMENTS OF BYGONE DAYS

    REVENGE

      TECHNIQUES OF REVENGE

      TAKE NO PRISONERS

      FIGHTING BACK ON THE JOB

      POISON PEN LETTERS

      DISRUPTIVE TERRORISM

      YOUR REVENGE IS IN THE MAIL

      POLITICAL TRASHING

    Order Form

  1994 Main Catalog

      DEDICATION

      SPECIAL NOTIFICATION REGARDING BOOKS SEIZED BY AUTHORITIES

      CONTENTS

        Special Articles and Features

    Introduction

      DONT MISS THE SPECIAL ARTICLES AND FEA TURES IN THIS ISSU EH!

    Index by Title

    Selling Your Time & Labor Comic

    Work

      Introduction

      THE HIDDEN ECONOMY
The Context and Control of
Borderline Crime
by Stuart Henry

      ALL THE LIVELONG DAY
The Meaning and Demeaning of Routine Work
by Barbara Garson

      THE RIGHT TO BE LAZY

      THE ABOLITION OF WORK
and Other Essays
by Bob Black
(Be viewed by Michael Hoy)

      FRIENDLY FIRE

      SABOTAGE IN THE AMERICAN WORKPLACE
Anecdotes of Dissatisfaction,
Mischief and Revenge
Edited by Martin Sprouse

      SHADOW WORK

      THE ELECTRONIC SWEATSHOP

      GONE TO CROATAN

      THE END OF ECONOMIC MAN

      THE OVERWORKED AMERICAN
The Unexpected Decline of Leisure

      BUSY BODIES

      TIME WITHOUT WORK

      FIGHTING BACK ON THE JOB

      WHY WORK?

      THE JOY OF NOT WORKING

    Money-Making Opportunities

      Introduction

      OFFBEAT CAREERS

      FINANCIAL FREEDOM FOR THE COMMON MAN

      900 KNOW-HOW
How To Succeed With
Your Own 900 Number Business
by Robert Mastin

      HOW TO MAKE MONEY WITH STOCKS $3 A SHARE OR LESS

      BETTER THAN A LEMONADE STAND
Small Business Ideas for Kids
by Dary! Bernstein

      ACTION CAREERS
Employment In the High-Risk Job Market
by Ragnar Benson

      SMALL BUSINESSES THAT GROW
AND GROW AND GROW
Start Your Own Business
With an Investment of $100 or Less!
by Patricia A. Woy

      HOW TO MAKE CASH MONEY
SELUNG AT SWAP MEETS,
FLEA MARKETS, ETC.

      FOR FUN AND PROFIT
Self-Employmont Opportunities
In Recreation, Sports and Travel
by Crawford Undsey

      HOW TO SURVIVE WITHOUT A SALARY

      HOW TO FIND AND BUY
YOUR BUSINESS IN THE COUNTRY
by Frank Kirkpatrick

      MAIL ORDER MOONLIGHTING

      HOW TO EARN $15 TO $50 AN HOUR
AND MORE WITH A PICKUP TRUCK OR VAN

      WORK WITH PASSION

      MAKE MONEY READING BOOKS
How to Start and Operate Your Own Homo-Based
Freelance Reading Service

      HOW TO MAKE $100.000 A YEAR
AS A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR
by Edmund J Pankau, CU. CPPh CFE

      HOW TO GET PAID $30,000 A YEAR TO TRAVEL
Without Selling Anything

      PROFESSIONAL GUN DEALING

      THE TEN BEST OPPORTUNITIES
FOR STARTING A HOME BUSINESS TODAY

      THE HOLLYWOOD JOB-HUNTER'S
SURVIVAL GUIDE

      1994 WRITER'S MARKET

      Greeting Cards, and Fillers!

      HOW YOU CAN MAKE $25,000
A YEAR WRITING

      HOW YOU CAN MAKE $25,000
A YEAR WITH YOUR CAMERA
No Matter Where You Live
by Larry Cribb

      SHADOW MERCHANTS
Successful Retailing Without a Storefront
by Jordan L. Cooper

      CAREERS IN THE OUTDOORS

      HERS

      HOW TO DRAW AND SELL COMIC STRIPS
For Newspapers and Comic Books!
by Alan McKenzie

      THE GAME INVENTOR'S HANDBOOK

      THE TEACHING MARKETPLACE
Mako Money with Freelance Teaching,
Corporate Trainings,
and On the Lecture Circuit
by Bart Brodsky and Janet Gets

      SMALL-TIME OPERATOR

      STARTING A MINI-BUSINESS
A Complete Guide to Starting
a Low-Risk, Part-Time Home Business
by Nancy Olsen

      STAY HOME AND
MIND YOUR OV/N BUSINESS
How to Manage Your Time, Space, Personal
Obligations, Money, Business, and Yourself While
Working at Homo
by Jo Frohbletcr-Mucllcr

      Stay Monte and Mind
YOÚR OWN BUSINESS

      HOMEMADE MONEY
The Definitive Guide to
Success in a Home Business
by Barbara Brabec

      RUNNING A ONE-PERSON BUSINESS

      MONEY IS MY FRIEND

      FREELANCE WRITER’S HANDBOOK
The Real Story
by James Wilson

      STUNTMAN

      YOU CAN BE AN INFORMATION WRITER

      HOW TO OWN A YACHT AND MAKE IT PAY
What to Do and How to Do It» with Illustrations,
Sample Forms, Insurance Guidance, Tax Reforms,
Success Stories and Instruction
by Captain Jack Seaborn

      HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THE
ANTIQUE BUSINESS
by Ronald S. Barlow

      THAT'S A GREAT IDEA!

      EXPATRIATE'S EMPLOYMENT HANDBOOK
Seeing the World... and Getting Paid for it!

      CREATING MONEY
Keys to Abundance
by Sanays Roman and Duane Packer

      THE TRICK TO MONEY IS HAVING SOME!

      HOW TO START A BUSINESS
WITHOUT QUITTING YOUR JOB
The Moonlight Entrepreneur’s Guide
by Philip Holland

      FINDING YOUR NICHE
Marketing Your Professional Service
by Bart Brodsky and Janet Gels

      80+ GREAT IDEAS
FOR MAKING MONEY AT HOME
A Guide for the First Time Entrepreneur
by Erica Barkemeyer

    THE COLOR DF MONEY 15 OREEN

      Introduction

      PROFITS FROM YOUR
BACKYARD HERB GARDEN
by Lee Sturdivant

      INVEST IN YOURSELF

      FLOWERS FOR SALE
Growing and Marketing Cut Flowers
by Lee Sturdivant

      GROWING SHIITAKE COMMERCIALLY
A Practical Manual for Production of
Japanese Forest Mushrooms
by Bob Harris

      SUCCESSFUL SMALL-SCALE FARMING
An Organic Approach
by Karf Schwonke

      MAKE MONEY GROWING PLANTS, TREES & FLOWERS
A Guide to Profitable Earth-Friendly Ventures
by Francis X. Joxwik, Ph.D.

      BACKYARD CASH CROPS

      THE POTENTIAL OF HERBS
AS A CASH CROP
by Richard Alan Miller

      SMALL SCALE CRAYFISH FARMING
For Food and Profit

      MICROLIVESTOCK
Little-Known Small Animals
with a Promising Economic Future
</strong> Complied by the Board on Science end Technology for
International Development of the
National Research Council

      HOW TO FIND A GOOD JOB

      BACKYARD MARKET GARDENING
The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Selling
What You Grow
by Andrew W. Lee

      HEMP: LIFEUNE TO THE FUTURE
The Unexpected Answer for Our Environmental
and Economic Recovery
by Chris Conrad

      THE GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY HANDBOOK
A Complete Guide to Growing and Selling
Ornamental Container Plants

    Tax Avoision

      Introduction

      STAND UP TO THEIRS

      WAR TAX RESISTANCE
A Guide to Withholding Your Support
From the Military

      HOW TO GET TAX AMNESTY
A Guide to the Forgiveness of IRS Debt,
Including Penalties & Interest
by Danie! J PHta

      A LAW UNTO ITSELF
The IRS and The Abuse of Power
by Da vid Burnham

      HOW ANYONE CAN NEGOTIATE
WITH THE IRS —AND WINI
A Daring Expose of the Vulnerability
of the System and the People Who Run It
by Daniel J. Pllla

      IRS IN ACTION
“Straight Talk from a Former Treasury Agent“
by Santo Presti

      IT'S EASY TO AVOID PROBATE

    UNDERGROUND Economy

      Introduction

      GUERRILLA CAPITALISM

      THE COMPLETE BOOK OF
INTERNATIONAL SMUGGLING
by M.C. Finn

      THE ORGANIZATION OF ILLEGAL MARKETS
Æn Economic Analysis

      FINANCIAL INVESTIGATIONS AND THE TRACING OF FUNDS

      JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN THE BLACK MARKET

      SNEAK IT THROUGH

      HOW TO DO BUSINESS
“OFFTHE BOOKS"
by Adam Cash

      GETTING STARTED
IN THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY
by Adam Cash

      THE SUBTERRANEAN ECONOMY

      HOW TO DETERMINE UNDISCLOSED
FINANCIAL INTERESTS

      BLACK MARKETS AROUND THE WORLD

      THE BLACK MARKET

      NEW LIBERTARIAN MANIFESTO

      THE GARAGE SALE BOOK
Turn Your Trash Into Cash
by Jeff Grobcrman and Colin Yardley

    Privacy and Hiding Thing

      Introduction

      HOW TO BUILD A BUGPROOF ROOM

      PERSONAL AND BUSINESS PRIVACY
A Special Report on Why and How
Your Privacy Is Invaded
by BUI Pryor

      DON’T BUG ME
Tho Latest High-Tech Spy Methods
by M.L. Shannon

      OUR VANISHING PRIVACY

      PERSONAL PRIVACY

      WAR STORIES
Accounts ot Persons Victimized
by Invasions ot Privacy
by Robert Ei Us Smith with Erie Siege!

      TELLING UES

      THE EDEN GUIDE TO
COMPLETE FINANCIAL PRIVACY
by Barry Rdd

      HOW TO HIDE ANYTHING

      THE BIG BOOK
OF SECRET HIDING PLACES
by Jack Luger

      MODERN CAMOUFLAGE

      KAHN ON CODES
Secrets of the New Cryptology
by David Kahn

      CODE MAKING AND CODE BREAKING

      CREDIT SECRETS
How to Eraso Bad Credit
by Bob Hammond

      HOW TO BEAT
THE CREDIT BUREAUS
The Insider's Guide to Consumer Credit
by Bob Hammond

      CAMOUFLAGE

      THE SECRET SCIENCE OF COVERT INKS

    The Code Book

      HOW TO BURY YOUR GOODS
The Complete Manual
of Long-Term Underground Storage
by Eddie the Wire

      THE POOR MAN'S FORT KNOX

      HOW TO USE MAIL DROPS
FOR PRIVACY AND PROFIT
by Jack Luger

      THE PRIVACY POACHERS
How Th© Government and Big Corporations
Gather, Uso and Soil Information About You
by Tony Losco

    FAKE I.D.

      INTRODUCTION

      METHODS OF DISGUISE

      THE HEAVY DUTY NEW IDENTITY

      REBORN OVERSEAS
Identity Building In Europe,
Australia, and Now Zealand
by Trent Sands

      FALSE IDENTIFICATION

      REBORN IN CANADA
Personal Privacy Through a New Identity
Expanded Second Edition
by Trent Sands

      UNDERSTANDING
U.S. IDENTITY DOCUMENTS
by John Q. Newman

      REBORN IN THE U.S.A.

      THE GUIDE TO LEGALLY OBTAINING
A FOREIGN PASSPORT

      SECRETS OF INTERNATIONAL IDENTITY CHANGE

      STATUS FOR SALE
The Complete Guide to Instant Prestige
by Wayne Yeager

      FRAUDULENT CREDENTIALS

      NEW I.D. IN AMERICA

      HOW TO DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY
AND NEVER BE FOUND
by Doug Richmond

      HOW TO GET LOST
AND START ALL OVER AGAIN

      VANISH!

      BIRTH CERTIFICATE FRAUD

      DISGUISE TECHNIQUES

      SCRAM
Relocating Under A New Identity
by J âmes S. Martin, Attorney at Law

      CREDIT: THE CUTTING EDGE

      THE CRIMINAL RECORDS BOOK
How to Regain Your Good Name
by Warren Siege!, Attorney

      PASSPORT TO FREEDOM
A Guide for World Citizens
by Garry Davis

      COLLEGE DEGREES BY MAIL
100 Good Schools that offer Bachelor’s,
Master's, Doctorates and Law Degrees
by Home Study
by John Bear, Ph.D.

      REBORN WITH CREDIT

      PART-TIME DIPLOMACY
For Fun, Profit & Prestige
by James Basii-Hnrt

      THE GATE CRASHERS
The Book Which Reveals the Secrets
of the Society of the Uninvited; Imposters;
Party Crashers; Stowaways
by Ken Huthmaker

      MUG SHOTS
A Police Artists Guide
to Remembering Faces
by Douglas P. Hinkle

      HOW TO GET I.D. IN CANADA

      THE FINGERPRINT
IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM

      COUNTERFEIT I.D. MADE EASY

    Big BROTHER IS Watching You

      Introduction

      THE MANIPULATED MIND

      U.S. ATTORNEY'S MANUAL
ON ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE

      THE PUZZLE PALACE

      CIA FLAPS AND SEALS MANUAL

      AGENTS OF REPRESSION

      WAR AT HOME

      PISSING AWAY THE AMERICAN DREAM
Government-Mandated Urine Drug Testing
and the Fourth Amendment

      NOW HEAR THIS!

      Criminal Justice: New Technologies and the constitution

      Deep Cover

      PRISONER OF WAR RESISTANCE

      WIRETAPPING AND
ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE
Commission Studies

      THE SEARCH FOR

      ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE

      COVERT SURVEILLANCE
& ELECTRONIC PENETRATION
Edited by William B. Moran

      COINTELPRO

      SNITCH
A Handbook For Informers
by Jock Luger

      SPECTRE OF FORFEITURE

      "ENEMIES"
World War II Alien Internment
by John Cristgau

    CONDUCTING INVESTIGATIONS

      Introduction

      HOW TO FIND MISSING PERSONS
A Handbook tor Investigators
by Ronald George Eriksen 2

      BE YOUR OWN DICK

      GET THE FACTS ON ANYONE
How You Can Use Public Sources
to Chock the Background of
Any Person or Organization
by Dennis King

      TUNE IN ON TELEPHONE CALLS

      THE MUCKRAKER'S MANUAL
Handbook For Investigative Reporters
byM. Harry

      BAIL ENFORCER
TThe Advanced Bounty Hunter
by Bob Burton

      HOW TO GET ANYTHING ON ANYBODY—BOOK II
The Encyclopedia of Personal Surveillance
by Lee Lupin

      THEY WRITE THEIR OWN SENTENCES
The FBI Handwriting Analysis Manual

      HOW TO USE THE FEDERAL F.O.I. ACT

      SATELUTE SURVEILLANCE

      HOW TO GET ANYTHING ON ANYBODY
State of Art Investigation/Surveillanco Techniques
From the World’s Best Intelligence Organizations
by Lee Lapin

      OBTAINING YOUR PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR'S UCENSE
by Orlon Agency. Inc.

      SPY GAME
Winning Through Super Technology
by Scott French and Lee Lapin

      TOP SECRET: A CLANDESTINE OPERATOR'S
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
by Bob Burton

      WHEN IN DOUBT CHECK HIM OUT
A Woman's Survival Guide for the 90s
by Joseph J. Culligan

      REQUIREMENTS TO BECOME A P.I. IN THE 50 STATES AND ELSEWHERE
A Reference Manual

      A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO : PHOTOGRAPH INTELLIGENCE

      SHADOWING AND SURVEILLANCE
A Complete Guidebook
by Burt Rapp

      SEX CRIMES INVESTIGATION
A Practical Manual

      UNDERCOVER WORK
A Complete Handbook
by Burt Rapp

      BOUNTY HUNTER

      LICENSE PLATE BOOK
The Hidden Letter and Number Codes
on Plates Unknown to the Public
But Used by Police
by Thomas C. Murray

      LIP READING MADE EASY
by Edward B. Nltchle

      INVESTIGATIVE METHODS
FOR WHITE COLLAR CRIME
Edited by William B. Moran

      HOW TO INVESTIGATE

      THE "TOP SECRET” REGISTRY
OF U.S. GOVERNMENT
RADIO FREQUENCIES
by Tom Kneltel, K2AES

      ARSON

      CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION SOURCES

      PROTECTIVE SERVICES
US Army Military Police School

      HOW TO LOCATE ANYONE

      BODYGUARDING
by Burt Rapp

    CRIME AND POLICE SCIENCE

      Introduction

      TRICKS OF THE BURGLAR ALARM TRADE

      ASK ME NO QUESTIONS,
I’LL TELL YOU NO UES
How to Survive Being Interviewed, Interrogated,
Questioned, Quizzed, Sweated, Grilled...
by Jack Luger

      COUNTERFEIT CURRENCY

      HOW TO COLLECT ILLEGAL DEBTS

      COP TALK!

      THE POUCE SNIPER
A Complete Handbook
by Burt Rapp

      SUCCESSFUL ARMED ROBBERY
by Harold S. Long

      S.W.A.T. TEAM OPERATIONS
by Burt Rapp

      VEHICLE THEFT INVESTIGATION
A Complete Handbook
by Burt Rapp

      GETAWAY
Driving Techniques
for Escape and Evasion
by Ronald George Eriksen 2

      TECHNIQUES OF
THE PROFESSIONAL PICKPOCKET
by Wayne B. Yeager

      THE BEGGAR'S HANDBOOK
A Guido to Successful Panhandling
byM. T. Pockets

      HOT CARS!

      CREDIT CARD FRAUD
by Burt Rapp

      OUTLAWS OF THE OCEAN
The Complete Book
of Contemporary Crime on the High Seas
byG.O.W. Mueller and Freda Adler

      CHECK FRAUD INVESTIGATION
by Burt Rapp

      MAKING CRIME PAY
by Harold S. Long

      ESCAPE FROM CONTROLLED CUSTODY
by TonyLesco

      THE HOT HOUSE

      DECOY OPS
Fighting Street Crime Undercover
hy Capt. Charles Beene, Het

      HOW TO STEAL FOOD FROM THE SUPERMARKET
by J. A ndrew A nderson

      NEVER SAY LIE

      THE BIG HOUSE

      SURVIVING IN PRISON
by Harold S. Long

      ESPIONAGE: DOWN AND DIRTY
by Tony Lesee

      YOU CAN’T WIN
The Autobiography of Jack Black

      DEFEATING INDUSTRIAL SPIES
by Duncan Long

      I CRIED, YOU DIDNT LISTEN
A Survivor’s Expose of
the California Youth Authority
by Dwight Edgar Abbott with Jack Carter

      THE 211 BOOK

      SHOPLIFTING AND EMPLOYEE

      THE RIP-OFF BOOK
Tho Complete Guide to Frauds,
Con Games, Swindles, and Rackets
by Victor Santoro

      INTERROGATION
A Complete Manual
by Burt Rapp

      NIGHTMARE ABROAD

      FRAUDS, RIP-OFFS AND CON GAMES
by Victor Santoro

      AMERICA’S LEAST COMPETENT CRIMINALS
True talcs of would-be outlaws who have
botched, and otherwise haplessly but
hilariously fumbled their crimes
by Chuck Shepherd

      COMPUTER-RELATED CRIME
US Army Military Police School

      DIRTY TRICKS COPS USE
(And Why They Use Them)
by Bart Rommel

      BLACK MARKET OPERATIONS
Marketing Theory
and the Fencing of Stolen Goods

    Online with the Super Hacker

    Secrets Of A SUPER HACKER

      SEDUCTIONS OF CRIME

      ELECTRONIC FUND TRANSFER SYSTEMS FRAUD

      COMPUTER VIRUSES, WORMS,
DATA DIDDLERS, KILLER PROGRAMS,
AND OTHER THREATS TO YOUR SYSTEM
What They Are, How They Work, and How to
Defend Your PC, Mac or Mainframe
by John McAfee And Colin Hayes

      THE NEW HACKER'S DICTIONARY
Second Edition

    LOCKS AND LOCKSMITHING

      Introduction

      B and E: A to Z

      FITTING KEYS BY READING LOCKS

      INVOLUNTARY REPOSSESSION

      HOW TO FIT KEYS BY IMPRESSIONING
by Desert Publications

      EXPEDIENT B & E

      SECURITY SYSTEMS SIMPLIFIED
Protecting Your Homo, Business,
and Car with State-of-the-Art Burglar Alarms

      COMBINATION LOCK PRINCIPLES
by Desert Publications

      THE GET OUT OF JAIL FREE BOOK
by Maxwell Hutchklnson

      LOCK OUT
Techniques of Forced Entry
by Desert Publications

      TECHNIQUES OF
BURGLAR ALARM BYPASSING
by Wayne B. Yeager

      THE B & E BOOK

      Techniques of
SAFECRACKING

      TECHNIQUES OF SAFECRACKING
by Wayne B. Yeager

      HIGH SPEED ENTRY
(VHS Video)
Instant Opening Techniques

      ADVANCED LOCK PICKING
by Steven M. Hampton

      CIA FIELD-EXPEDIENT
KEY CASTING MANUAL

      THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO LOCK PICKING
by Eddie the Wire

      KEYS TO UNDERSTANDING TUBULAR LOCKS
by Desert Publications

      HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN PROFESSIONAL LOCK TOOLS

      HOW I STEAL CARS
(A Repo Man's. Guide to Car Thieves’ Secrets)

      HOW TO OPEN HANDCUFFS WITHOUT KEYS
by Desert Publications

      SURREPTITIOUS ENTRY
by Willis George

      PERSONAL PICKS
(VHS Video)

      PICK GUNS

      EXPERT LOCK PICKING
(VHS Video)

    SELF DEFENSE

      Introduction

      PRINCIPLES OF
PERSONAL DEFENSE
by Jeff Cooper

      STREET LETHAL
Unarmed Urban Combat
by Sammy Franco

      THE MIND IN THE MARTIAL ARTS
A Key to Winning
by Thomas J. Nardi, Ph.D.

      ANYTHING GOES

      THE WAY OF THE WARRIOR
The Violent Side
by Loren Christensen

      A BOUNCER'S GUIDE TO BARROOM BRAWLING
Dealing with the Sucker Puncher,

      STREET SMART SURVIVAL

      VIOLENCE, BLUNDERS, AND FRACTURED JAWS
Advanced Awareness Techniques
a nd Street Etiquette
by Marc '‘Animal * MacYoung

      101 SUCKER PUNCHES
by Kurt Craven

      GOUZAO GONGJI
Seven Neurological Attacks
for Inflicting Serious Damage
by Master He! Long

      SUN TZU'S ART OF WAR
The Modern Chinese Interpretation
by General Tao Hanzhang,
Translated by Yuan Shlblng

      KAMIKAZE FIGHTING
The Self Defense of Last Resort
by Mike Vassofo

      THE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS
OF PERSONAL COMBAT
(With and Without Weapons)
by Bradley J. Steiner

      WAR WITH EMPTY HANDS

      DRAGONS TOUCH
Weaknesses of the Human Anatomy
by Master He! L ong

      THE 100 DEADLIEST KARATE MOVES
by Dr. Ted GambordeHa

      CHEAP SHOTS. AMBUSHES.
AND OTHER LESSONS
A Down and Dirty Book on
Strccttlghtlng and Survival
by Marc “Animal" MacYoung

      THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF
KNOCKOUT PUNCHING
by Leo Fong

      BLACK MEDICINE

      BLACK MEDICINE II:
Weapons At Hand
by N. Mashlro, Ph.D.

      BLACK MEDICINE III:

      FISTS, WITS, AND A WICKED RIGHT
Surviving on the
Wild Side of the Street
by Marc nima! * Mac Young

      GUGE GONGJI
Seven Primary Targets
to Take Anyone Out of a Fight
by Master Hei Long

      MANUALS ON MAYHEM

      FIGHT FOR YOUR LIFE!
The Secrets of Streetfighting
by Ted Gsmbordella

      SUBWAY SURVIVAL!
The Art of Self-Defense
on American Public Transit Facilities
by Bradley J. Steiner, 5th Dan

      DEAL THE FIRST DEADLY BLOW!
An Encyclopedia of Unarmed
and Hand-to-Hand Combat!

    Revenge

      POISON PEN LETTERS
Using the Malls for Revenge
by Keith Wade

      KICKASS!

      RIGHTEOUS REVENGE
Getting Down to Getting Even
by George Hay duke

      THE POWER OF POSITIVE REVENGE
A Winner's Guide to Exacting Vengeance
by Michael Connor

      SCREW THE BITCH!

      TAKE NO PRISONERS
Destroying Enemies With Dirty
and Malicious Tricks
by Mack Nasty

      PAYBACK!

      BE YOUR OWN EQUALIZER
How to Fight the System and Win
by Victor Santoro

      GET EVEN

      SWEET REVENGE
A Serious Guide to Retribution
by George Hayduke

      GET EVEN 2
More Dirty Tricks from
the Master of Revenge
by George Hay duke

      UP YOURS!

      DIVORCE DIRTY TRICKS
by Robert H Morrison

      TECHNIQUES OF REVENGE
by Victor Santoro

      YOUR REVENGE IS IN THE MAIL
by Keith Wade

      TECHNIQUES OF HARASSMENT
How the Underdog Gets Justice
by Victor Santoro

    Guns

      Introduction

      GUNRUNNING FOR FUN AND PROFIT
by Ragnar Benson

      FULL AUTO
Modification Manual
by J. Flores

      IN THE GRAVEST EXTREME

      ARMED DEFENSE
Gunfight Survival
For the Householder and Businessman
by Burt Rapp

      GUNSHOT INJURIES
(2nd Revised Edition)
by Louis A. LaGarde, M.D.

      HOW TO MAKE DISPOSABLE SILENCERS
A Complete Guide

      HOW TO MAKE DISPOSABLE SILENCERS
VOLUME II

      PRINCIPLES
OF QUICK KILL

      HOMEMADE GUNS AND HOMEMADE AMMO
by Ronald B. Brown

      THE HAYDUKE SILENCER BOOK
Quick and Dirty Homemade Silencers
by George Hay duke

      LEAD POISONING
25 True Stories from tho Wrong End of a Gun
by Chris Pfouts

      DEADLY WEAPONS
Firearms & Firepower
VHS Video Tape

      THAT EVERY MAN BE ARMED
The Evolution of a Constitutional Right
by Stephen P. Holbrook

      MODERN WEAPONS CACHING
A Down-to-Earth Approach to Beating
the Government Gun Grab
by Ragnar Benson

      GUN PEOPLE

      MODERN BALLISTIC ARMOR

      THE DO-IT-YOURSELF
GUNPOWDER COOKBOOK
by Don McLean

      IMPROVISED MODIFIED FIREARMS
Deadly Homemade Weapons
by J. DevJd Truby end John Minnery

      DUELLING IN AMERICA

      INSTINCT COMBAT SHOOTING
Defensive Handgunning for Police
and Personal Protection
by Chuck Klein

    WEAPONS

      Introduction

      BREATH OF THE DRAGON
Homebuilt Flamethrowers
by Ragnar Benson

      TRADITIONAL NINJA WEAPONS
by Charles Daniel

      ART OF THE BULLWHIP
(VHS Video)
Produced by Mark Allen

      CLOSE SHAVES
The Complete Book of Razor Fighting
by Bradley J. Steiner

      ROLLING THUNDER
Turning Junk Into Automobile Weaponry
by Ryan K Kephart

      ZIPS, PIPES, AND PENS
Arsenal of Improvised Weapons
by J. David Truby

      PERSONAL DEFENSE WEAPONS
by J. Randall

      IMPROVISED WEAPONS
IN AMERICAN PRISONS
by Jack Lugar

      KNIVES. KNIFE FIGHTING,
AND RELATED HASSLES
How To Survive a Real Knife Fight
by Marc “Animar MacYoung

      SWITCHBLADE
The Ace of Blades
by Ragnar Benson

      EXOTIC WEAPONS
An Access Book -
by Michael Hoy and Duncan Long

      BLADE MASTER

      THE POOR MAN’S JAMES BOND
by Kurt Saxon

      THE SLING
For Sport & Survival
by CUff Savage

      THE POOR MAN’S JAMES BOND
Volume 2
by Kurt Saxon

      HIDDEN THREAT
A Guide to Covert Weapons
by Mark Smith

      UNARMED AGAINST THE KNIFE
by Oscar Diaz-Cobo

      PRISON'S BLOODY IRON
Deadly Knife Fighting Tactics Revealed
by Harold J. Jenks and Michael H. Brown

      SLASH AND THRUST
by John Sanchez

      MANTRAPPING

      THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME
Advanced Mantrapping Techniques
by Ragnar Benson

      PUT EM DOWN, TAKE ’EM OUT!
Knife Fighting Techniques
From Folsom Prison
By Don Pentecost

      RAGNAR’S TEN BEST TRAPS

      Disarming the Armed Assailant
by Bradley J Ste/ner

      DEATH ON YOUR DOORSTEP
101 Weapons in the Home
by Ralf Dean Omar

      BUILD YOUR OWN LASER, PHASER,
ION RAY GUN, & OTHER WORKING
SPACE-AGE PROJECTS
by Robert E. lannlnl

      FLEXIBLE WEAPONS
by John Sanchez

      WEAPONS OF OKINAWA
A Devastating Kobudo Arsenal
by Sfd Campbell

      POOL CUES, BEER BOTTLES & BASEBALL BATS
Animal's Guide to Improvised Weapons
for Self-Defense
by Marc "Animal" MacYoung

      CIA CATALOG OF CLANDESTINE WEAPONS,
TOOLS AND GADGETS
by John Mlnnery

      FINGERTIP FIREPOWER
Pen Guns, Knives, and Bombs
by John Mlnnery

      BLOWGUNS
The Breath of Death
by Michael D. Jan ¡ch

    Bombs & explosives

      CIA IMPROVISED SABOTAGE DEVICES

      COUNTERBOMB

      CIA FIELD EXPEDIENT INCENDIARY MANUAL

      RAGNAR'S HOMEMADE DETONATORS
How to Make ’Em, How to Salvage ’Em,
How to Detonate ’Em
by Ragnar Benson

      RAGNAR’S GUIDE TO HOME
AND RECREATIONAL USE
OF HIGH EXPLOSIVES
by Ragnar Benson

      IMPROVISED RADIO DETONATION
TECHNIQUES
by Lawrence Myers

      HOME WORKSHOP EXPLOSIVES
by Unete Fester

      Don’t Be Misled By
So-Called "Black Books”

      BLACK BOOK COMPANION
State-of-the-Art
Improvised Munitions

      BLACK BOOKS, Volumes 1 & 2
CIA and Special Forces
improvised Munitions Handbook0

      IMPROVISED MUNITIONS

      KITCHEN IMPROVISED PLASTIC EXPLOSIVES
by Tim Lewis

      KITCHEN IMPROVISED FERTILIZER EXPLOSIVES

      KITCHEN IMPROVISED BLASTING CAPS
by Tim Lewis

      KITCHEN IMPROVISED PLASTIC EXPLOSIVES II
by Tim Lewis

    Guerrilla Warfare

      Introduction

      DEATHTRAP!

      150 QUESTIONS FOR A GUERRILLA
by General Alberto Bayo

      TERRORISM:
THE SOLUTIONS
by Michael Connor

      DISRUPTIVE TERRORISM by Victor Santoro

      MERCENARY OPERATIONS MANUAL
by Franklin J. Camper

      HOW TO KILL TANKS
FC 7-2

      THE PARTISAN FIGHTER'S MANUAL
by James C Krohn, Ph.D.

      NIGHT MOVEMENTS

      COUP d'ETAT
A Practical Handbook
by Edward Luttwak

      FIGHTING IN THE STREETS
A Manual of Urban Guerrilla Warfare

      WE SHALL FIGHT IN THE STREETS"
by Capt. S.J. Cuthbert, Scots Guard

      IMPROVISED RADIO JAMMING TECHNIQUES
Electronic Guerrilla Warfare

      SPYCOMM

      TO BREAK A TYRANT'S CHAINS
Nco-Gucrrilla Techniques for Combat
by Duncan Long

      MERCENARY’S TACTICAL HANDBOOK
by S/d Campbell

      MANUAL OF THE MERCENARY SOLDIER
A Guide to Mercenary War,
Money and Adventure
ByPaulBator

      TOTAL RESISTANCE
by Major H von Dach Bcm

    Murder, Death & Torture

      Introduction

      DIVINE HUNGER
Cannibalism as a Cultural System
by Peggy Reeves Sanday

      'KILL WITHOUT JOY!"
The Complete HowTo Kill Book
by John Mlnnery

      NINJA DEATH TOUCH

      LAWFUL EXIT

      DIM-MAK

      BAD GIRLS DO IT!

      HUNTING HUMANS
An Encyclopedia Of Modern Serial Killers
Michael Newton

      HUMAN SACRIFICE
In History & Today
by Nigel Davis

      EXECUTION
Tools & Techniques
by Bart Homme!

      PROFESSIONAL KILLERS
An Inside Look
by Burt Rapp

      HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION
A Practical Handbook
by Burt Rapp

      SERIAL SLAUGHTER

      21 TECHNIQUES OF SILENT KILLING
by Master Het Long

      THE POISONER'S HANDBOOK
by Maxwell Hutchkinson

      SILENT DEATH By Unde Fester

      DA ZHIMINGDE

      PHYSICAL INTERROGATION TECHNIQUES

      DEATH SCENES 2
(VHS Video)
Produced and Directed by Nick Dougas

      CRIMES INVOLVING POISONS

      Crime Seen Investigations

      SELECTIVE ASSASSINATION

      CURIOUS PUNISHMENTS
OF BYGONE DAYS
by Alice Morse Earle

      WAR CRIMES

      HIT MAN

      THE DEATH DEALER’S MANUAL
by Bradley J. Steiner

      SILENCING SENTRIES
by Oscar Diax-Cobo

      POISON!

      BE YOUR OWN UNDERTAKER
How to Dispose of a Dead Body

      FINAL EXIT

    Survival

      Introduction

      SURVIVAL WITH THE ATLATL
by BUI Tate

      FUR, FOOD & SURVIVAL
An Expert’s Guide to Trapping
by EmIIR. Johnson

      SURVIVAL BARTERING
by Duncan Long

      OUTDOOR SURVIVAL SKILLS
by Larry Dean Olsen

      SURVIVALIST'S MEDICINE CHEST

      INTO THE PRIMITIVE

      U.S. ARMY SURVIVAL MANUAL (FM 21-76)

      TRACKING:
A BLUEPRINT FOR LEARNING HOW
by Jack Kearney

      THE ART OF FLINT KNAPPING
byD.C. Waldorf

      THE ART OF MAKING
PRIMITIVE BOWS AND ARROWS
by D.C. Waldorf

      SURVIVAL POACHING
by Ragnar Benson

      HARD-CORE POACHING
by Ragnar Benson

      SURVIVING MAJOR CHEMICAL ACCIDENTS
And Chemical/Biological Warfare

      NUCLEAR WAR SURVIVAL
by Duncan Long

      HOW TO SURVIVE A NUCLEAR ACCIDENT
by Duncan Long

    SELF SUFFICIENCY

      Introduction

      TAN YOUR HIDE!

      EATING CHEAP
by Ragnar Ranson

      WE OWN IT

      WORMS EAT MY GARBAGE
How to Set Up and Maintain
A Worm Composting System
by Mary Appclhof

      THE $1.98 COOKBOOK

      THE ART & SCIENCE OF
DUMPSTER DIVING
by John Hoffman

      THE HAGGLER’S HANDBOOK
Ono Hour to Negotiating Power
by Leonard Koren & Peter Goodman

      WIND POWER FOR

      THE HYDROPONIC HOT HOUSE

    TWO BOOKS BY Ivan Illich

      TOOLS FOR CONVIVIALITY
by Ivan HHch

      TOWARD A HISTORY OF NEEDS
by /van lllich

      MORE POWER TO YOU!

      FUEL FROM WATER

      HENLEY’S FORMULAS
For Homo and Workshop
Edited by Gardner D. H/scox, M.E.

      THE SENIOR CITIZENS' SURVIVAL MANUAL

      ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCEBOOK
7th Edition</strong>

      SIMPLE LIVING INVESTMENTS
For Old Age
by Michao! Phillips

      COOKING WITH THE SUN
How to Build and Use Solar Cookers
by Beth Hafacy and Dan Halacy

      CELEBRATION OF AWARENESS
A Call for Institutional Revolution
by Ivan NHeh

      LIVING CHEAPLY WITH STYLE
Live Better & Spend Loss
by Ernest Callen bach

      LIVING WELL ON PRACTICALLY NOTHING
by Edward H Romney

      WHERE THERE IS NO DOCTOR
A Vil lage Health Care Book
' by David Warner

      WHERE THERE IS NO DENTIST
by Murray Dickson

      THE "HAVE-MORE" PLAN
A Little Land — A Lot of Living
by Ed & Caro! Robinson

      PRACTICAL BEEKEEPING
by Enoch Tompkins and Roger M. Griffith

      HOW TO GROW MORE VEGETABLES
Than You Ever Thought Possible
On Less Land Than You Can Imagine
by John Jeavons

    Your Friend — The Food Co-op

    Head for the Hills

      Introduction

      THE LAST FRONTIERS ON EARTH

      THE SURVIVAL RETREAT
A Total Plan for Retreat Defense
by Ragnar Ban son

      WHERE TO RETIRE
by John Howells

      GREAT HIDEOUTS OF THE WEST
An Idea Book for Living Free
by Bill Kay sing

      PARADISE FOUND

      FREEDOM ROAD
by Harold Hough

      HOW TO BUY LAND CHEAP
Fourth Edition — Revised and Updated
by Edward Preston

      LIFE AFTER THE CITY

      HOW TO START YOUR OWN COUNTRY
by Erwin S. Strauss

      VONU
Th© Search for Personal Freedom
by Rayo

      THE EDEN SEEKER'S GUIDE
Edited by William L. Scavcy

      THE LAST OF THE MOUNTAIN MEN
The True Story of an Idaho Solitary
by Harold Peterson

      UNINHABITED OCEAN ISLANDS
by Jon Fisher

      THE WORLD’S TOP RETIREMENT HAVENS
Edited by Marian K Cooper

      HOW TO BUY AN RV
WITHOUT GETTING RIPPED-OFF!

      HOME IS WHERE YOU PARK IT
A Guide to Mobile Living as a Life-Style
by Kay Peterson

      BLUEPRINT FOR PARADISE

      THE BEST INVESTMENT
Land in a Loving Community

      SAIUNG THE FARM

      THE MOLE PEOPLE

      COUNTRY BOUND!

      HITCHHIKING IN AMERICA
Using the Golden Thumb
by Dale Carpenter

      HIGH SEAS SECURITY
by Frank Camper

      THE ETHNOSTATE
by Wilmot Robertson

    Gimme Shelter

      BUILDING WITH JUNK
And Other Good Stuff
A Guide to Home Building
and Remodeling Using Recycled Materials
by Jim Broad street

      ALTERNATIVE HOUSEBUILDING
by Mike McClintock

      HOW TO BUILD

      THE $50 & UP UNDERGROUND HOUSE BOOK
Fifth Edition
by Miko Ooh Jar

      SHELTERS, SHACKS AND SHANTIES
by D. C. Beard

      LOW-COST, ENERGY-EFFICIENT SHELTER
For the Owner and Builder

      THE INDIAN TIPI
Its History, Construction and Us©
by Reginald end Gladys Laubln

      THE OWNER-BUILDER AND THE CODE
The Politics of Building Your Own Home
by Ken Kern, Ted Kogon, and Rob That Ion

      BUILDING THE CORDWOOD HOME
by Jack Hcnstridge

      THE SOLAR ELECTRIC
INDEPENDENT HOME BOOK
by Fowler Solar Electric Inc.

      THE INDEPENDENT HOME
Living Well with Power from the
Sun, Wind and Water
by Michael Potts

      SHELTER

      HOW TO BUILD AN UNDERGROUND HOUSE
by Malcolm Wells

      PLASTERED STRAW BALE CONSTRUCTION
Super Energy Efficient and Economical
by Da vid Bainbridge with Athena and BUI Steen

      EARTHSHIP: Volume I
How to Build Your Own
by MlchaeJ Reynolds

      EARTHSHIP: Volume II
System and Components
by Michael Reynolds

      EARTHSHIP: Volume III
Evolution Beyond Economics
by Michael Reynolds

    Health and Life Extension

      Introduction

      LIFE EXTENSION: A PRACTICAL SCIENTIFIC APPROACH
Adding Years to Your Life and Life to Your Years
by Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw

      LIFE EXTENSION COMPANION by Durk Pesrson and Sandy Shaw

      GROWING OLD IS NOT FOR SISSIES
Portraits of Senior Athletes
by Etta Clark

      STOP THE FDA

      DISEASE-MONGERS
How Doctors, Drug Companies and
Insurers are Making You Feel Sick
by Lynn Payer

      ONE HUNDRED OVER 100
Moments with One Hundred
North American Centenarians
by Jim Heyncn with
Photographs by Pau! Boyer

      LIGHT: MEDICINE OF THE FUTURE
by Jacob Liberman, O.D., Ph.D.

      THE NEUROENDOCRINE THEORY OF
AGING AND DEGENERATIVE DISEASE
by Vladimir M. DUman, M.D., Ph.D.t D.M.Sc.

      DEPRENYL

      FREEDOM OF INFORMED CHOICE:
FDA Versus Nutrient Supplements
by Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw

      RACKETEERING IN MEDICINE
The Suppression of Alternatives
by James P. Carter, M.D., Dr. P.H.

      THE HEALING BRAIN

      HOW TO BUY ALMOST ANY DRUG
LEGALLY WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION
by Janws H Johnson, Ph.D.

      THE HEALING POWER OF HUMOR

      BIOLOGICAL AGING MEASUREMENT
Clinical Applications
by Ward Dean, M.D.

      CRYONICS
Reaching for Tomorrow
by Brian Wo wk and Michael Darwin

      BIOMARKERS

    Paralegal Skills

      Introduction

      EVERYBODY'S GUIDE TO
SMALL CLAIMS COURT
by Ralph Warner

      SAVE YOUR LICENSE!
A Driver’s Survival Guide
by Gone Mason

      BUSTED BY THE FEDS
A Manual tor Defendants
Facing Federal Prosecution
by Larry Fasster

      REPRESENT YOURSELF IN COURT
How to Prepare & Try a Winning Case
by Pau! Bergman & Sara J. Berman-Barrett

      THE INDEPENDENT PARALEGAL’S HANDBOOK
How to Provide Legal Services
Without Going to Jail
by Ralph Warner

      LEGAL RESEARCH

      THE OUTLAW’S BIBLE
How To Evade The System
Using Constitutional Strategy
byE.X. Boozhte

      VIGILANTE HANDBOOK

      PRESERVING FAMILY LANDS
Essential Tax Strategies for the Landowner
by Stephen J. Small

      BEATING THE RADAR RAP

      THE UNDERGROUND LAWYER
by Michael Louis Minns

      FIGHT YOUR TICKET
California Fifth Edition
by David Hi Brown

      YOU CAN GO BANKRUPT
WITHOUT GOING BROKE
An Essential Guide to Personal Bankruptcy
by Lawrence R. Reich, Esq. and James P. Duffy

    Sex

      Introduction

      SEX WORK

      SEX AND DRUGS
A Journey Beyond Limits
by Robert Anton Wilson

      THE IMPORTANCE OF WEARING CLOTHES
by Lawrence Langner

      COURTSHIP IN THE ANIMAL KINGDOM
by Mark Jerome Watters

      HOW TO CHEAT ON YOUR WIFE
AND NOT GET CAUGHT
by Joo McCullough

      52 UNIQUE & EXCITING WAYS
TO MEET YOUR LOVER
by Richard and Janet Rccd

      SEX, PLEASURE & POWER

      BODY/SELF APPRECIATION
100 Unique Unrelouched Photographs,
From All Over The World.

      SEXUAL SECRETS
Tho Alchemy of Ecstasy
by Nik Douglas and Penny Slinger

      THE X-RATED BIBLE

      GROWING UP WITHOUT SHAME
The Naked Child

      BEYOND NAKEDNESS
by Paul Ableman

      BODY PACKAGING

      THE SHAMELESS NUDE
A Selection of Article? and Stories
from Nude Living

      THE MAGIC OF FEMALE EJACULATION

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      THE BLACK BOOK 1993-1994
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      THE JANUS REPORT ON SEXUAL BEHAVIOR
The First Broad-Scale Scientific National Survey

      THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF
UNUSUAL SEX PRACTICES
by Brenda Love

      HOW TO DATE YOUNG WOMEN
For Men Over 35
by R. Don Steele

      BEST CAT HOUSES IN NEVADA
Everything You Want To Know
About Legal Prostitution In Nevada
by JR. Schwartz

      TANTRIC SEX

      GENITOLOGY

      NUDIST MAGAZINES OF THE 50s & 60s
Collectors' Edition:
Book Ono

      EROTICA
An Illustrated Anthology of
Sexual Art and Literature
by Charlotte Hill and William Wallace

      CAUGHT LOOKING
Feminism, Pornography & Censorship
Complied by the Feminist Anti-Censorship Task Force

      LOVEMAPS

      SEXUAL ENERGY ECSTASY
A Guide to The Ultimate,
Intimate Sexual Experience
by David Ramsdale and Ellen Dorfman

      SEX BY PRESCRIPTION
The Startling Truth
About Today’s Sex Therapy
by Thomas Szasz

    Drugs

      Introduction

      SECRETS OF METHAMPHETAMINE MANUFACTURE
Revised and Expanded Third Edition
by Unde Foster

      THE 90’s HEMP VIDEO

      BETTER BEER & HOW TO BREW IT
by M.R. Reeso

      PILLS-A-GO-GO
Journal of Pills
by Chet Antonín!,
Editor and Publisher

      CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION
OF CLANDESTINE DRUG LABORATORIES
Second Edition
Revised & Updated
by Jack B. Nimble

      LAUGHING GAS
Nitrous Oxide

      MARIJUANA LAW
by Diehard Glen Bo ire

      PSYCHEDELICS ENCYCLOPEDIA
Third Expanded Edition
by Peter Stafford

      PSILOCYBIN
Magic Mushroom Grower's Guide
by O. T Oss & O.M Oeric

      FROM CHOCOLATE TO MORPHINE
Everything You Need To Know
About Mind-Altering Drugs
by Andrew Well, M.D, and Winifred Rosen

      MARIHUANA, THE FORBIDDEN MEDICINE
by Lester Grinspoon, M.D.,
and James B. Bakalar

      DRUG IDENTIFICATION BIBLE

      CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
Chemical & Legal Guide to Federal Drug Laws
by Alexander T. Shulgin, Ph.D.

      FOOD OF THE GODS
The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge
A Radical History of Plants, Drugs,
and Human Evolution
by Tcrcncc McKenna

      THE CLOSET CULTIVATOR

      HOW TO AVOID A
DRUNK DRIVING CONVICTION
by Judge X

      THE PEYOTE RELIGION AMONG THE NAVAHO
Second Edition
by Da vid F A berte

      INTOXICATION
Life In Pursuit
of Artificial Paradise
by Ronald K Siegel, Ph.D.

      LSD: MY PROBLEM CHILD
Reflections on Sacred Drugs,
Mysticism, and Science
by Albert Hofmann,
Disco ver or of L SD

      THE PEYOTE CULT
Fifth Edition
by Weston La Barre

      MARIJUANA GROWER'S GUIDE
by Mel Frank and Ed Roshentha!

      PSYCHEDELIC CHEMISTRY
by Michael Valentine Smith

      HAOMA AND HARMALINE

      E FOR ECSTASY

      RECREATIONAL DRUGS
Tho Complete Guide to
Recreational Drug Manufacture
by Professor Buzz

      HALLUCINOGENS

      THE DRUG USER
Documents: 1840-1960
Edited by John Strausbaugh and Donald Blaise

      INDOOR MARIJUANA HORTICULTURE
by Jorge Cervantes

      COCAINE FIENDS AND REEFER MADNESS
An Illustrated History of Drugs In the Movies
by Michael Starks

      DEA CLASSIFIED

      DISEASING OF AMERICA

      CONQUERING THE URINE TESTS
A Complete Guide to Conquering
the Urine Drug Tests
by Byrd Laboratories

      THE NATURAL MIND

      THE GREAT AMERICAN HEMP INDUSTRY
by Jack Frazier

      GREEN PANTHERS! ACTION MANUAL
Techniques for Creative Interference
Official Handbook of the Green Panthers!

      PERSEPHONE’S QUEST

      PIHKAL

      DRUG SMUGGLING
The Forbidden Book
by K. Hawkeye Gross

      GETTING STARTED IN
THE ILLICIT DRUG BUSINESS
by Harold S. Long

      ECSTASY
Tho MDMA Story
by Bruce Eisner

      HALLUCINOGENS AND CULTURE
by Peter T. Furst

    Rock 'n' Roll

      Introduction

      NEWS OF THE WEIRD
Over 500 Bizarre-But-True Stories That Reveal
Weirdness, Weirdness Everywhere!
by Chuck Shepherd, John J. Kohut
and Roland Sweet

      CONFESSIONS OF A RAT FINK
Tho Life and Times of Ed "Big Daddy" Roth

      INCREDIBLY STRANGE FILMS
by Rc/Scarch

      THE BEST COMICS OF THE DECADE,
VOLUME 1 & 2

      BLAB! #5

      UNSEEN AMERICA
Tho Greatest Cult Exploitation
Magazines 1950-1966
by Alan Botrock

      COMICS & SEQUENTIAL ART
by Will Elsner

      AMERICAN EXTREMES
by Buffalo George Toomer

      A HISTORY OF UNDERGROUND COMICS
by Mark James Estren

      PRODUCED AND ABANDONED
The Best Films You’ve Never Seen
Edited by Michael Spragow

      BRUTARIAN #3-#6

      BLAB! #6
Kitchen Sink Press

      BRUTARIAN Magazine «8 & #9

      THE NEW AMERICAN SPLENDOR ANTHOLOGY
Stories by Harvey Peter

      COSMIC RETRIBUTION

      Twisted Image

      THE WHOLE POP CATALOG

      SLACKER
by Richard Linklater

      THE PSYCHOLOGY OF EVERYDAY THINGS
by Donald A. Norman

      POLITICS AT THE PERIPHERY
Third Parties In Two-Party America
by J. Da vid Gillespie

      DENNIS EICHHORN'S REAL LIFE COMIX
by Dennis Eichhorn

      BABOON DOOLEY, ROCK CRITIC!

      SHOCK VALUE
A Tasteful Book About Bad Taste
by John Waters

    WHEN YOU'RE UP TO YOUR ASS
IN ALLIGATORS

    Transform and Rebel: The Calico Indians and the Anti-Rent War by Th. Metzger

  * *

    Intelligence Increase

      Introduction

      SMART DRUGS II
THE NEXT GENERATION
New Drugs and Nutrients to Improve Your Memory
and Increase Your Intelligence
by Ward Dean, M.D., John Morgcnthaler
and Steven Wm. Fowkes

      MULTIMIND

      THE POLITICS OF ECSTASY
by Timothy Leary

      HOW TO UE WITH MAPS
by Mark Monmonier

      SMART DRUGS & NUTRIENTS
How to Improve Your Memory
And Increase Your Intelligence Using
the Latest Discoveries in Neuroscience
by Ward Dean, M.D. and John Morgcnthaicr

      USING YOUR BRAIN FOR A CHANGE
Ncuro-Llngulstlc Programming

      THE 3-POUND UNIVERSE

      I AM RIGHT — YOU ARE WRONG
From This to the New Renaissance:
from Rock Logic to Water Logic
by Edward de Bono

      MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR MIND
by Tony Buran

      DOUBLESPEAK
From "Revenue Enhancement" to
"Terminal Living-

      HOW TO BEAT “HONESTY" TESTS
by Sneaky Pete

      RADICAL HONESTY

      SYSTEMANTICS

      USE YOUR PERFECT MEMORY

      SUBLIMINAL LEARNING
An Eclectic Approach
by Eldon Taylor, Ph.D.

      SUBUMINAL COMMUNICATION
Emperor's Clothes or Panacea?
by Eldon Taylor, Ph.D.

      HOW TO LEARN ANY LANGUAGE
by Barry Farber

    Back to School

      FINITE AND INFINITE GAMES

      THE NEW INQUISITION
Irrational Rationalism
and the Citadel of Science
by Robert Anton Wilson

      HOW TO BE TWICE AS SMART
by Scott Witt

      THE PLEASURE CONNECTION
How Endorphins Affect Our Health and Happiness
by Deva Beck, R.N. and James Beck, R.N.

      THE ART OF DECEPTION
by Nicholas Capaldi
(Rcvtowodby Deborah Callahan)

      WHAT DOES WoMan WANT?
by Timothy Leary

      LATERAL THINKING
Creativity Step by Step
by Edward de Bono

      SELF THERAPY

      NECESSARY ILLUSIONS
Thought Control In Democratic Societies
by Noam Chomsky

      DON’T LET THEM PSYCH YOU OUT!
by George Zgouridos, Psy.D.

      GESTALT SELF THERAPY

      CONFABULATIONS

      TRUE STORIES OF FALSE MEMORIES
by Eleanor Goldstein and Kevin Farmer

      PUMPING IONS
Games and Exercises
to Flex Your Mind
by Tom Wu/ec

      THINKING ANIMALS
Animals & the Development of
Human Intelligence
by Pau! Shepard

      PONZI SCHEMES, INVADERS FROM MARS,
& MORE EXTRAORDINARY POPULAR DELUSIONS

      WORD CONTROLLED HUMANS
by John Harland

      NEUROPOLITIQUE

      INFO-PSYCHOLOGY
by Timothy Leary

      BUILD YOUR BRAIN POWER

      THE TEENAGE LIBERATION HANDBOOK

      COINCIDANCE
by Robert Anton WUson

      THE THINKING BODY

      ISMS

      THE MYTH OF PSYCHOTHERAPY
by Thomas Szasz

      QUANTUM PSYCHOLOGY

      NUTRITION AND MENTAL ILLNESS
An Orthomolecular Approach to
Balancing Body Chemistry

      THE TRUE BELIEVER
by Eric Hoffer

      SUPERLEARNING
by Shell* Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder

      BRAIN BOOSTERS

    SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

      Introduction

      BETRAYERS OF THE TRUTH

      REGARDING NATURE
Industrialism and Deep Ecology
by Andrew McLaughlin

      DARWIN ON TRIAL
by Phillip E. Johnson

      BIOLOGICAL ANOMALIES: HUMANS I
Compiled by William R. Corliss

      SHATTERING

      BIOLOGICAL ANOMALIES: HUMANS II
A Catalog of Biological Anomalies
Compiled by William R. Corliss

      THE STRUCTURE OF
SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTIONS
by Thomas S. Kuhn

      STEALING INTO PRINT
Fraud, Plagiarism, and Misconduct
In Scientific Publishing
by Ma reef C. La Follette

      MONDO 2000

      IF WE CAN KEEP A SEVERED HEAD ALIVE...

      SYNCHRONICITY

      THE MATTER MYTH

      SELL YOURSELF TO SCIENCE

      MYSTICISM AND THE NEW PHYSICS
Revised and Updated Edition
by Michael Talbot

      THE COMEDY OF SURVIVAL

      QUESTIONING TECHNOLOGY

      UNBOUNDING THE FUTURE
The Nanotechnology Revolution
by K Eric Drexler and Chris Peterson
with Gayle Pergamlt

      BIOLOGICAL TRANSMUTATIONS

      THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK
OF COMPUTER VIRUSES
Volume One: The Basic Technology
by Mark A. Ludwig

      IMPURE SCIENCE

      UNKNOWN EARTH: A HANDBOOK OF
GEOLOGICAL ENIGMAS

      INCREDIBLE LIFE

      THE MILLENNIAL PROJECT

      MYSTERIOUS UNIVERSE: A HANDBOOK OF
ASTRONOMICAL ANOMAUES

    Heresy/Weird Ideas

      Introduction

      RANTS AND INCENDIARY TRACTS
Voices of Desperate Illumination
1558 To Present

      THE ANTICHRIST
by Friedrich Nietzsche

      THE FORBIDDEN ZONE
by Michael Lesy

      LOOMPANICS' GREATEST HITS
Articles and Features from
The Best Book Catalog in the World</strong>

      HIGH WEIRDNESS BY MAIL
A Directory of the Fringe: Mad Prophets, Crackpots,
Kooks & True Visionaries

      THE DEVIL'S NOTEBOOK
by Anton Sxandor Ln Vcy

      COSMIC TRIGGER, Volume Two
by Robert Anton Wit son

      LUCIFER'S LEXICON

      COVERT CULTURE SOURCEBOOK
A Guide to Fringe Culture
by Richard Kadrey

      THE CHURCH OF SATAN
A History of the World's
Most Notorious Religion
by Blanche Barton

      THE FRINGES OF REASON

      APOCALYPSE CULTURE

      ANSWER ME! #3
by Jim end Debbie Goad

      SEMIOTEXT(E) USA

      DEFENDING THE UNDEFENDABLE
by Waller Block

      RUBBISH!

      MODERN PRIMITIVES
Rc/Scarch Publications

      CRYING WOLF
Hate Crimes Hoaxes in America
by Laird Wilcox

      PRANKS!

      LOOMPANICS' GOLDEN RECORDS
Articles and Features from

      THE RESURRECTION OF ARISTOCRACY
by Rudolph Carlyle Evans

      COSMIC TRIGGER
by Robert Anton Wilson

      ARISE

      THE TURNER DIARIES
by Andrew MacDonald

      PROMETHEUS RISING
by Robert Anton WUson

      ANGRY WOMEN

      AMOK FOURTH DISPATCH

      ECONOMICS IN ONE LESSON
by Henry Hazlitt

      INDUSTRIAL CULTURE HANDBOOK
Com pl ¡cd by Rc/Search

      WOUNDED INNOCENTS

      THE SECRET LIFE OF A SATANIST

      THE BOO HOO BIBLE
The Neo-American Church Catechism
by Art Klops

      ECCENTRIC UVES & PECULIAR NOTIONS
by John Michell

      THE BEST OF MALEDICTA
A scholarly, scatological
and witty investigation of outrageous
insults, forbidden language, and wicked jokes.

      THE BOOK OF THE SUBGENIUS
by The SubGcnius Foundation

    The Biodiversity of Races

    OUTLAW HISTORY

      Introduction

      RATS, UCE AND HISTORY
The Biography of a Bacillus
A Bacteriologists Classic Study
of a World Scourgo
by Hans Zinsser

      SUBTERRANEAN WORLDS
100,000 Years of Dragons, Dwarfs,
the Dead, Lost Races & UFOs
From Inside the Earth
by Walter Minke!

      THE EUROPEAN AND THE INDIAN

      A PEOPLE’S HISTORY
OF THE UNITED STATES
by Howard Zinn

      BIBLE MYTHS AND THEIR PARALLELS
IN OTHER RELIGIONS

      THE POLITICS OF HEROIN
CIA Complicity In The Global Drug Trade

      ITS A CONSPIRACY!

      THEY WERE WHITE AND THEY WERE SLAVES
The Untold History of the Enslavement
of Whites in Early America
by Michael A. Hoffman U

      THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A CRIMINAL
by Henry Tufts

      SLAVES WITHOUT MASTERS

      HEMP FOR VICTORY
VHS Videotape

      FORGOTTEN FOUNDERS
How tho American Indian
Helped Shape Democracy
by Bruce E Johansen

      ADVANCE TO BARBARISM
Tho Development of Total Warfare
byF.JP. Veaie

      SECRET AND SUPPRESSED
Banned Ideas & Hidden History

      THE OCCULT TECHNOLOGY OF POWER
By Alpine Enterprises

      ANCIENT MAN: A HANDBOOK OF
PUZZLING ARTIFACTS

      NAZI PRISONERS OF WAR IN AMERICA
by Arnold Krammer

      THE WORLD'S SIXTEEN CRUCIFIED SAVIORS
or, Christianity Before Christ

      HUMAN HISTORY

      THE EMPEROR WEARS NO CLOTHES
Hemp & The Marijuana Conspiracy:

      CONFESSIONS OF A
HOLOCAUST REVISIONIST, PART I
by Bradley R. Smith

      CONSPIRACIES, COVER-UPS AND CRIMES
The Secret Files of Political Manipulation
and Mind Control in America

      THE HOAX OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

      THE ILLUMINOIDS

    ANARCHISM & EGOISM

      Introduction

      CAMP 38

      THE RIGHT TO BE GREEDY

      ECODEFENSE
A Field Guide to Monkeywrenching
New Third Edition — Revised & Enlarged
Edited by Da ve Foremen and Bill Haywood

      AGAINST METHOD
Outline of an Anarchistic Theory of Knowledge
Third Edition
by Pau! Feyerabend

      PHILOSOPHY IN THE BEDROOM
With Justine, Eugenie de Fravnel,
and other writings
by the Marquis do Sado
Reviewed by Mike Hoy

      LAWS OF THE JUNGLE

      THE MYTH OF NATURAL RIGHTS
by LA. Rollins

      NATURAL LAW

      GANGS AND GOVERNMENTS

      Zenarchy

      T.A.Z.

      PEOPLE WITHOUT GOVERNMENT
An Anthropology of Anarchism
by Harofd Barclay

      LIBERALISMS

      NATIVE AMERICAN ANARCHISM
by Eunice Minette Schuster

      MIGHT IS RIGHT
by Ragnar Redbeard

      ANARCHIC HARMONY

      ANARCHY IN ACTION
by Col In Ward

      THE MARKET FOR LIBERTY
by Morris and Linda Tannehill

      SOCIETY AGAINST THE STATE
by Pierre Oastres

      THE WORLD POWER FOUNDATION
Its Goals And Platform
Edited by Harold Thomas

      POWER & MARKET
Government and The Economy
by Murray N. Rothbard

      THE MACHINERY OF FREEDOM
Guide to a Radical Capitalism
by Da vid Friedman

      OUR ENEMY, THE STATE
by A Ibert Jay Nock

      THE PHILOSOPHY OF
FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE
byH.L Menoken

      MAD
by Jonathan Bowden

      THE BEST OF ABBIE HOFFMAN

      NO TREASON

      NONE OF THE ABOVE
Tihe Lesser of Two Evils... Is Evil
by Sy Leon, with Diane Hunter

      POLITICAL TRASHING
by Victor Santoro

      CALCULATED CHAOS

      Selections From FREE AMERICA
And Other Works
by Button Haft

      MEN AGAINST THE STATE
Th© Expositors of Individualist
Anarchism In America 1827-1908
by James J. Martin

      BENJAMIN R. TUCKER
& THE CHAMPIONS OF LIBERTY
A Centenary Anthology
Edited by Michod E. Coughlin, Charles H Hamilton,
and Mark A. Sullivan

      THE EGO AND ITS OWN
Th© Cas© of the Individual
Against Authority
by Max St ¡mar

      UNCONDITIONAL FREEDOM
Social Revolution through
Individual Empowerment
by William J Murray

    Mass Media

      Introduction

      UNRELIABLE SOURCES

      THE LOOKING GLASS WORLD
OF NONFICTION TV
By Elayne Rapping

      IN OUR OWN IMAGE

      SUPERSTITION AND THE PRESS
by Curtis D. MacDougall

      INTIMATE STRANGERS

      IN PURSUIT OF SATAN
The Police and The Occult
by Robert D. Hicks

      THE CROWD
A Study of the Popular Mind
by Gustave Le Bon

      SATANIC PANIC

      MEDIASPEAK

      MAKING LOCAL NEWS
by Phyllis Kaniss

      INVENTING REALITY

      MAKE-BELIEVE MEDIA
The Politics of Entertainment
by Michael Parent!

      THE PERFECT MACHINE
TV In The Nuclear Age
by Joyce Nelson

      SULTANS OF SLEAZE
Public Relations and the Media
by Joyce Nelson

      ECO-BLUFF YOUR WAY TO GREENISM

      CROWDS, GROUPS AND CULTS
The Role of tho Cluster Instinct in Human Behavior
by Barbara Ann Martell

    CENSORSHIP

      Introduction

      IT DID HAPPEN HERE
Recollections of
Political Repression In America
by Bud Schutts and Ruth Schultz

      AN AMERICAN ADVENTURE
IN BOOKBURNING
by James J. Martin

      LIBERTY DENIED

      THE OFFICIAL POLITICALLY CORRECT
DICTIONARY AND HANDBOOK
by Henry Board and Christopher Cerf

      50 Ways to fight censorship

      BOOKBANNING IN AMERICA
Who Bans Books? — And Why
. by William Noble

      FREE SPEECH FOR ME — BUT NOT FOR THEE
How the American Left and Right
Relentlessly Censor Each Other
by Nat Hen toff

      A CHILLING EFFECT
The Mounting Threat

      GAUNTLET #2

      GAUNTLET #3

      GAUNTLET #4
Media Manipulation
Edited by Barry Hoffman

      GAUNTLET #5

      GAUNTLET #1
Exploring the Limits of Free Expression
Edited by Barry Hoffman

      GAUNTLET #6

      SEX. SIN, AND BLASPHEMY
A Guide to America's Censorship Wars
by Marjorie Heins

      WHAT JOHNNY SHOULDN’T READ
Textbook Censorship in America
by Joan DelFattore

      FREEDOM UNDER FIRE

      THE HACKER CRACKDOWN

      THE RIGHT TO PROTEST

    Reality Creation

      Introduction

      HOW REAL IS REAL?
by Pau! Watziawick

      THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF REALITY
by Peter L. Berger and Thomas Luckmann

      INVITATION TO SOCIOLOGY
A Humanistic Perspective
by Peter L. Berger

      PRINCIPIA DISCORDIA

      THE UNREALITY INDUSTRY

      THE PRESENTATION OF SELF IN EVERYDAY LIFE

      THE CHOKING DOBERMAN &

      THE VANISHING HITCHHIKER

      HOW TO UE WITH STATISTICS

      THE MEXICAN PET
More “New" Urban Legends and
Some Old Favorites
by Jan Harold Brun vand

      CURSES! BROILED AGAIN!

      PURITY AND DANGER
An Analysis ot the Concepts
of Pollution and Taboo
by Mary Douglas

      THE POWER OF MAPS
by Donis Wood

      THE SOCIAL CREATION OF NATURE
by Nell E vernden

    Self-Publishing

      Introduction

      PRINTING IT

      PUBLISHING SHORT-RUN BOOKS
by Dsn Poynter

      THE SELF-PUBLISHING MANUAL
How to Write, Print & Sell Your Book
by Dan Poynter

      HOW TO DO LEAFLETS,
NEWSLETTERS & NEWSPAPERS
by Nancy Brigham

      PIRATE RADIO STATIONS
Tuning In To Underground Broadcasts
by Andrew R. Yoder

      FEATURE FILMMAKING AT USED-CAR PRICES
How to Write, Produce, Direct, Film, Edit,
and Promote a Feature-Length Film
for Less than $10,000
by Rick Schmidt

      HOW TO MAKE AND SELL
YOUR OWN RECORD
The Complete Guide to Independent Recording
by Diane Sward Rapaport

      CASSETTE MYTHOS

      THE TELEVISION GRAY MARKET
The Theft of Satellite, Cable,
and Videotape Programming....
by Henry L. Elsenson

      THE ANARCHISTS GUIDE TO THE BBS
by Keith Wade

      HOW TO PRODUCE A SMALL NEWSPAPER
A Guide for Independent Journalists
by the Editors of The Harvard Post

      PUBLISH YOUR OWN BOOK
FOR UNDER $50.00!

      HOW YOU CAN MANIPULATE THE MEDIA

      THE WORLD OF ZINES

    Miscellaneous

      Introduction

      SKIN SHOWS II
The Art of Tattoo
by Chris Wroblewski

      IT'S A GAS
A Study of Flatulence

      INCREDIBLY STRANGE MUSIC

      Human Oddities

      FREAK SHOW
Presenting Human Oddities
for Amusement and Profit
by Robert Bogdan

      DEAR MR. RIPLEY
A Compendium of Curloddltles from the
Believe It or Not! Archives

      FREAKS
Wo Who Arc Not As Others
by DanM P. Mannix

      THE TATTOO BUYER S GUIDE
A Complete and Candid Guide
to Getting a Great Tattoo
by Pau! Schwartz

      THE JIM ROSE CIRCUS SIDESHOW

      ASSHOLES FOREVER
How to spot 'em
How to stop 'em
byX. Crement, M.D.

      COUNTDOWN TO THE MILLENNIUM

      The TATTOOTIME Series, Volumes 1-5

      TATTOOTIME

      TATTOOTIME

      TATTOOTIME

      TATTOOTIME

      TATTOOTIME

      UNMENTIONABLE CUISINE

      THE CRIMINAL PROSECUTION

      LEARNED PIGS & FIREPROOF WOMEN

      A HANDFUL OF ZEN
by Camden Benares

      MOTHER NATURE'S GREATEST HITS
The Top 40 Wonders of the Animal World
by Bartlcby Nash

      A SCENIC HARVEST
FROM THE KINGDOM OF PAIN
and VIRTUES OF NEGATIVE FASCINATION
Two VHS Videos of Machine Performances
by Sarrival Research Laboratories
Produced and Directed by Jonathan Rc/ss

      JUDGEMENT DAY
My Life With Ayn Rand
by Nathaniel Branden

      THE WASTE STREAMS OF IGNORANCE
by Harry Jonesburg

      WHO SAYS PARANOIA ISN'T "IN* ANY MORE?

      BEYOND NEWS OF THE WEIRD

      MORE NEWS OF THE WEIRD

      THE NEW ROADSIDE AMERICA

      THE PASSION OF AYN RAND
A Biography
by Barbara Branden

      THE SECRET HOUSE
24 Hours in the Strange and
Unexpected World In Which We Spend
Our Nights and Days
by David Bodanls

      ATLAS SHRUGGED
by Ayn Rand

      ZEN WITHOUT ZEN MASTERS
by Camden Benares

    Lucifer's Lexicon

    Order Forms

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  1995 Catalog - Winter Supplement

    Introduction

      Index to New Titles

      No Longer Available

      Price Increases

    Catalog

      The Politics of Consciousness

      The Small Commercial Garden

      The Rummager’s Handbook

      We Are All Self-employed

      The Off-the-beaten-path Job Book

      How to Create Love in Your Life

      The Lovers’ Guide to Better Orgasms (Vhs Video)

      Your Money or Your Life

      Advanced Sexual Techniques (Vhs Video)

      Killing Time

      Censored 1995

      World Guide to Nude Beaches and Resorts

      Utopias on Puget Sound 1885-1915

      bolo’ bolo

      How to Locate Anyone Who is or Has Been in the Military

      Smokeless Marijuana

        Enjoy!

        Marijuana Capsules

        The Theory

        The Method

        Using The Capsules

        An Alternative Method

        Marijuana Wine

        The Theory

        The Method

        Bottling and Aging

        Alternative Procedures

        Effects on The Body

        Drinking and Enjoying

        Marijuana Champagne

        Marijuana Beer

        Marijuana Lhueur and Brandy

      How to Find Your Ideal Country Home

      Shocked and Amazed!

      State Public Records

      Survival Shelters Construction Manual

      Beat the Border

      Home Workshop Guns for Defense and Resistance

      Dim Mak S 12 Most Deadly Katas

      Brutarian #14 & #15

      The Imaginary Indian

      America's Lowest Cost Colleges

      Car Bomb Recognition Guide

    Recent & Bestselling Titles

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      The Gas

      Stoned Free

      The Rape of the American Constitution

      Freakshow

      The Hitchhiker's Handbook

      Asshole No More

      Practical Lsd Manufacture

      The South Was Right!

      Secrets of Methamphetamine Manufacture

      You Are Going to Prison

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  2003 Catalog

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    INTRODUCTION

      A Plague Upon the Land, by Michael Chesbro, Artwork by Nick Bougas, (Page 33)
Guns are Still Saving Lives, by Robert Waters, Artwork by Nick Bougas, (Page 84)
Food Drop Fiasco, by Russ Kick, Artwork by R.L. Crabb, (Page 107)
It's Been 65 Years. Why Are We Still Fighting the War on Drugs? by Vin Suprynowlcz,
Artwork by Craig Howell, (Page 181)

      The Kiwi Thought Police Try to Make Sense of the Loompanics Catalogue,
based on actual incidents in New Zealand,
Comix by R.L. Crabb, (Page 252)

    INDEX BY TITLE

    MONEY-MAKING OPPORTUNITIES

      INTRODUCTION

      HOW TO MAKE CASH MONEY SELLING
AT SWAP MEETS, FLEA MARKETS, ETC.
by Jordan Cooper

      MAKING DOLLARS WITH PENNIES
How the Small Investor Can Beat
the Wizards on Wall Street
by R. Max Bowser

      SECOND-HAND SUCCESS
How to Turn Discards into Dollars
by Jordan L. Cooper

      MAKE MONEY READING BOOKS

      GROWING PROFITS
How to Start and Operate a Backyard Nursery
by Michael and Linda Harlan

      PATENT SECRETS

      BIG BUCKS SELLING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY
Second Edison
by Cliff Hollenbeck

      BUY MORE, PAY LESS
Insider Tips to Get the Price You Want
on Anything!
by Corey Sandler

      SELL YOUR MUSIC
How to Profitably Sell
Your Own Recordings Online
The Musician’s Survival Guide to
Direct Distribution on the Internet
by Mark W. Curran

      THE PROFESSIONAL GAMBLER’S HANDBOOK
Beating the System by Hook and by Crook
by Weasel Murphy

      50% OFF!

      MONEY IS MY FRIEND
Eliminate your financial fears —
and take your first steps to financial freedom!
byPhilLaut

      SMALL SCALE CRAYFISH FARMING
For Food and Profit

      HOW TO GET PAID $50,000
A YEAR TO TRAVEL*
*Without Selling Anything
Complete Handbook and Guide
2002-2003 Version
by Craig Chilton

      THE BOOK ON BOOKIES
An Inside Look at a Successful
Sports Gambling Operation
by James Jeffries as told to Charles Oliver

      HERBS FOR SALE
Growing and Marketing Herbs,
Herbal Products, and Herbal Know-How
by Lee Sturdivant

      THE SCREENWRITER WITHIN
How to Turn the Movie in Your Head
into a Salable Screenplay
by D.B. Gilles

      NATURAL CAPITALISM
Creating the Next Industrial Revolution
by Paul Hawken, Amory Lovins, and L. Hunter Lovins

      HOW TO MARKET A PRODUCT
FOR UNDER $500!
A Step-By-Step Action Manual for Marketing a
Product Nationally, Without Phone Calls
by Jeffrey Dobkin

      PENNY STOCK WINNERS
True Stories of Successful Investors
by R. Max Bowser

      SMALL TIME OPERATOR
How to Start Your Own Small Business, Keep
Your Books, Pay Your Taxes,
and Stay Out of Trouble
by Bernard Kamoroff, CPA

      COMPLETE GUIDE TO INTERNET PUBLICITY
Creating and Launching
Successful Online Campaigns
by Steve O’Keefe

      AMERICAN GINSENG: GREEN GOLD

      WEALTH-BUILDING SECRETS
As Practiced by the World’s Richest People
What the Kuwaitis Can Teach You about
Getting Rich — and Staying Rich
by William Beaver

      START AND RUN A PROFITABLE DESKTOP
PUBLISHING BUSINESS
by Barbara A. Fanson

      BACKYARD CASH CROPS
The Source Book for Growing
and Marketing Specialty Plants
by Craig Wallin

      SHADOW MERCHANTS
Successful Retailing Without a Storefront
by Jordan L Cooper

      HOW TO MAKE $50 PER HOUR
SCREWING IN LIGHT BULBS
Creating Life-Long Financial Security
in the Personal Service Businesses
by Kyle Thorson

      THE BACK DOOR GUIDE TO
SHORT-TERM JOB ADVENTURES
• Internships • Extraordinary Experiences •
Seasonal Jobs • Volunteering • Work Abroad
by Michael Landes

      YOU’RE FIRED!

      HOW TO EARN $15 TO $50 AN HOUR AND MORE
WITH A PICKUP TRUCK OR VAN
by Don Lilly

      CREATIVE CASH
How to Profit from Your Special Artistry,
Creativity, Hand Skills, and
Related Know-How, 6th Edition
by Barbara Brabec

      INSIDER SECRETS TO DIAMOND DEALING
How Real Money Is Made
by Maximillian S. Callahan

      DIE BROKE

      GET A LIFE
You Don’t Need a Million to Retire Well
3rd Edition
by Ralph Warner

      HOME BUSINESSES YOU CAN BUY

      THE ENERGY OF MONEY
A Spiritual Guide to Financial
and Personal Fulfillment
by Maria Nemeth, Ph.D.

      YOUR ONLINE GOLD MINE GUIDEBOOK

      FREELANCE WRITER’S HANDBOOK
Second Edition
by James Wilson

      MAKE $$$ AS A NON-FICTION WRITER

      HARD-CORE COLLECTIONS
Brutal but Effective Techniques
for Getting the Money
by David DeMercurio

      NICE JOB

      ONLINE OPERATOR
Business, Legal, and Tax Guide to the Internet
by Bernard Kamoroff, C.P.A.

      MEMOIRS OF A BOOK SNAKE
Forty Years of Seeking and Saving Old Books
by David Meyer

      HOW TO EARN $50,000+ A YEAR
WITH YOUR HOME COMPUTER
Over 100 Income-Producing Projects
Completely Revised and Updated
by Phil Philcox

      CHEATING AT BLACKJACK SQUARED
The Dark Side of Gambling
by Dustin D. Marks

      HOW TO HAGGLE
Professional Tricks for Saving Money
on Just About Anything
by Max Edison

      SMART CASINO GAMBLING
How to Win More and Lose Less
by Olaf Vancura, Ph.D.

    Underground Economy

      Introduction

      GETTING STARTED
IN THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY
by Adam Cash

      THE PRIVACY HANDBOOK

      RAGNAR’S GUIDE
TO THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY
by Ragnar Benson

      HOW TO DO BUSINESS
“OFF THE BOOKS”
by Adam Cash

      HOW TO DETERMINE
UNDISCLOSED
FINANCIAL INTERESTS

    TAX AVOISION

      HOW TO SETTLE WITH THE IRS...
FOR PENNIES ON THE DOLLAR
by Arnolds. Goldstein, J.D., LL.M., Ph.D.

      HOW TO GET TAX AMNESTY
A Guide to the Forgiveness of IRS Debt,
Including Penalties & Interest
by Daniel J. Pilla

      HOW TO PROTECT

      SURVIVING AN IRS TAX AUDIT
by Attorney Frederick VZ Dally

      OFFSHORE HAVENS
...and other safe places to keep your money
in unsafe times!

      STAND UP TO THE IRS
Fight IRS Collections •
Defend Yourself In an Audit • Sixth Edition
by Attorney Frederick W. Daily

      HOW TO SURVIVE THE IRS
My Battles Against Goliath
by Michael Louis Minns

    PRIVACY AND HIDING THINGS

      Introduction

      HIDDEN DOORWAYS
(VHS Video)

      TELLING LIES

      CODES, CIPHERS & OTHER CRYPTIC &
CLANDESTINE COMMUNICATION
Making & Breaking Secret Messages
from Hieroglyphs to the Internet
by Fred B. Wrixon

      I AM NOT A NUMBER!

      HOW TO HIDE THINGS IN PUBLIC PLACES

      BULLETPROOF PRIVACY
How to Live Hidden, Happy, and Free!
by Boston T. Party

      THE EDEN DIRECTORY
OF PRIVATE MAIL DROPS
In the U.S. and 90 Foreign Countries

      THE SECRET SCIENCE OF COVERT INKS

      HOW TO BURY YOUR GOODS
The Complete Manual of Long Term
Underground Storage
by eddie the wire

      super Privacy
The Complete Guide to Personal Privacy and
Financial Freedom In Tomorrow’s Cashless
Society
by Bob Hammond

      CODE MAKING AND CODE BREAKING

      THE POOR MAN’S FORT KNOX
Home Security with Inexpensive Safes
by Duncan Long

      PERSONAL PRIVACY
THROUGH FOREIGN INVESTING
Second Edition

      HOW TO HIDE ANYTHING

      THE BIG BOOK OF SECRET HIDING PLACES

      MODERN CAMOUFLAGE

      SECRET MESSAGES
Concealment, Codes & Other Types
of Ingenious Communication
by William S. Butler & L. Douglas Keeney

      THE PRIVACY POACHERS

      THE INVISIBLE ADVANTAGE WORKBOOK
Ghillie Suite Construction Made Simple
by Tom Forbes

      CRYPTO

    FAKE I.D.

      INTRODUCTION

      Who are you?

      THE I.D. MASTER
Identity Change Insider Secrets
Little-Known Tactics
of Identity-Change Professionals
by John Q. Newman

      BIOMETRICS

      HOW TO DISAPPEAR IN AMERICA

      CREDIT REPAIR

      HOW TO SPOT A PHONY RESUME
Secrets of the Most Successful Writers
of False Information
by Wayne D. Ford, Ph.D.

      HOW TO CHANGE YOUR NAME IN CALIFORNIA
9th Edition
by Attorney Lisa Sedano

      ACQUIRING NEW ID
How to Easily Use the Latest Computer
Technology to Drop Out, Start Over,
and Get On with Your Life
by Ragnar Benson

      FRAUDULENT CREDENTIALS

      HOW TO GET A GREEN CARD

      REBORN IN CANADA

      FUGITIVE
How to Run, Hide, and Survive
by Kenn Abaygo

      UNDERSTANDING U.S. IDENTITY DOCUMENTS

      REBORN IN THE USA
Personal Privacy Through a New Identity
Revised and Expanded Third Edition
by Trent Sands

      HOW TO DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY
AND NEVER BE FOUND
by Doug Richmond

      NEW I.D. IN AMERICA
How to Create a Foolproof New Identity
by Anonymous

      SECRETS OF INTERNATIONAL IDENTITY CHANGE

      REBORN WITH CREDIT
Revised and Expanded
Second Edition

      BIRTH CERTIFICATE FRAUD
Reprint of a Government Report

      SECRETS OF A BACK-ALLEY ID MAN
Fake ID Construction Techniques
of the Underground
by Sheldon Charrett

      COUNTERFEIT I.D. MADE EASY

      HOW TO MAKE DRIVER’S LICENSES AND
OTHER ID ON YOUR HOME COMPUTER
by Max Forgé

      HOW TO SPOT A LIAR IN A JOB INTERVIEW
An employer’s guide to detecting
those who speak falsely in interviews,
assessment sessions, and all other
communication when seeking employment.
by Wayne D. Ford, Ph.D.

      IDENTITY THEFT
The Cybercrime of the Millennium
by John Q. Newman

      THE INTERNATIONAL FUGITIVE
Secrets of Clandestine TraVel Overseas
by Kenn Abaygo

      THE PAPER TRIP III
The Master Guide to New Identity
by Barry Reid

      CREDIT SECRETS
How to Erase Bad Credit
by Bob Hammond

      HOW TO LEGALLY OBTAIN A SECOND
CITIZENSHIP AND PASSPORT — AND WHY YOU
WANT TO
by Adam Starchild

      THE HEAVY DUTY NEW IDENTITY

      THE MODERN IDENTITY CHANGER
How to Create a New Identity for Privacy
and Personal Freedom
by Sheldon Charrett

      ADVANCED FUGITIVE
Running, Hiding, Surviving and Thriving Forever
by Kenn Abaygo

      CREDIT POWER!

      SCRAM
Relocating Under a New Identity
by James S. Martin, Attorney at Law

      METHODS OF DISGUISE
Second Edition Revised and Expanded
by John Sample

      REBORN OVERSEAS
Identity Building in Europe,
Australia & New Zealand
Second Edition
by Trent Sands

      FAKE ID BY MAIL AND MODEM

      HOW TO LOSE YOUR EX-WIFE
FINANCIALLY FOREVER!
Gain Financial Freedom from Your Ex: Escape the
Bondage of Excessive Child Support and Alimony
by Jason C. Roberts

      THE I.D. FORGER:
Homemade Birth Certificates
& Other Documents Explained
by John Q. Newman

      IDENTITY, PRIVACY,
AND PERSONAL FREEDOM
Big Brother vs. the New Resistance
by Sheldon Charrett

    A Plague Upon The Land

      Financial Surveillance

      Communications Surveillance

      The Patriot Act

      What Can You Do?

    BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU

      Introduction

      SNITCH
A Handbook For Informers
by Jack Luger

      SNITCH CULTURE

      THE PUZZLE PALACE

      THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND CIVIL LIABILITY

      THE STATE VS. THE PEOPLE
The Rise of the American Police State
by Claire Wolfe and Aaron Zelman

      THE SHADOW GOVERNMENT
9-11 and State Terror
by Len Bracken

      AGENTS OF REPRESSION
The FBI’s Secret Wars
Against the Black Panther Party
and the American Indian Movement
by Ward Churchill and Jim Vander Wall

      CRIMINAL RECORDS BOOK
The Complete Guide to the Legal Use
of Criminal Records
by Derek Hinton

      THE COINTELPRO PAPERS

      UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

      STOLEN LIVES
Killed by Law Enforcement
Second Edition

      THE SAFE HOUSE
Setting Up and Running Your Own Sanctuary
by Jefferson Mack

      INVISIBLE RESISTANCE TO TYRANNY
How to Lead a Secret Life of Insurgency in an
Increasingly Unfree World
by Jefferson Mack

      NET SPIES
Who’s watching you on the Web?
by Andrew Gauntlett

      IT’S NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS
A Complete Guide to Protecting Your Privacy,
Identity & Assets
4th Edition
by Larry Sontag

      THE CIA’S BLACK OPS

      MASS CONTROL
Engineering Human Consciousness

      RAW DEAL
Horrible and Ironic Stories
of Forgotten Americans
by Ken Smith

      THE MANIPULATED MIND
Brainwashing, Conditioning and Indoctrination
by Denise Winn

      MAXIMIZING HARM
Losers and Winners in the Drug War
by Stephen Young

      WIRETAPPING AND ELECTRONIC
SURVEILLANCE
Commission Studies

      COVERT SURVEILLANCE
& ELECTRONIC PENETRATION
Edited by William B. Moran

      DAVID’S TOOL KIT
A Citizens’ Guide to Taking Out
Big Brother’s Heavy Weapons
by Ragnar Benson

      THE POLICEMAN IS YOUR FRIEND
AND OTHER LIES
by Ned Beaumont

      THEY’RE WATCHING YOU!
The Age of Surveillance
by Tony Lesce

      ELUSIVE INNOCENCE
Survival Guide for the Falsely Accused
by Dean Tong

      INFORMATION WARFARE
Cyberterrorism:
Protecting Your Personal Security
in the Electronic Age
Second Edition
by Winn Schwartau

      BLUEBIRD

      HAARP
The Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy
by Jerry E. Smith

      THE PHONE BOOK

      PRIVACY FOR SALE
How Big Brother and Others are Selling Your
Private Secrets for Profit
by Michael E. Chesbro

    CONDUCTING INVESTIGATIONS

      Introduction

      HOW TO FIND MISSING PERSONS
A Handbook for Investigators
Revised and Expanded Second Edition
by Ronald Eriksen

      BE YOUR OWN DICK

      YOU CAN FIND ANYBODY!

      RAGNAR’S GUIDE TO INTERVIEWS,
INVESTIGATIONS, AND INTERROGATIONS
How to Conduct Them, How to Survive Them
by Ragnar Benson

      TECHNIQUES OF SECRET WARFARE
The Complete Manual of Undercover Operations
by Carl Hammer

      SCANNER MODIFICATIONS AND ANTENNAS

      THE BASEMENT BUGGER’S BIBLE
The Professional’s Guide to Creating, Building
and Planting Custom Bugs and Wiretaps
by Shifty Bugman

      THE BUG BOOK
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know
About Electronic Eavesdropping...
But Were Afraid to Ask

      ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS AND SECRETS
Of An Old-Fashioned Spy
by Sheldon Charrett

      THE TRUTH ABOUT LYING

      CITIZEN MUCKRAKING
How to Investigate and Right Wrongs
in Your Community
The Center for Public Integrity

      CELEBRITY DIRECTORY 2002*2003

      FIND IT ONLINE
The Complete Guide to Online Research
by Alan M. Schlein

      EXTREME COVERT CATALOG
The World’s Most Complete Guide to Electronic
Surveillance, Covert and Exotic Equipment
Supplies and Suppliers
by Lee Lapin

      PRIVATE INVESTIGATION STRATEGIES
AND TECHNIQUES

      THE INVESTIGATOR’S LITTLE BLACK BOOK 2
Completely Updated with Hundreds
of New Inside Sources!

      PUBLIC RECORDS ONLINE
The National Guide to Private and Government
Online Sources of Public Records, 4th Edition
Edited by Michael L. Sankey and James R. Flowers, Jr.
and Peter Weber

      HOW TO GET ANYTHING ON ANYBODY
— BOOK II
The Encyclopedia of Personal Surveillance
by Lee Lapin

      HOW TO USE THE FEDERAL F.O.I. ACT

      SPY GAME
Winning Through Super Technology
by Scott French and Lee Lapin

      SATELLITE SURVEILLANCE

      SHADOWING AND SURVEILLANCE
A Complete Guidebook
by Burt Rapp

      SEX CRIMES INVESTIGATION
A Practical Manual

      UNDERCOVER WORK
A Complete Handbook
by Burt Rapp

      HOW TO GET ANYTHING ON ANYBODY
State of Art Investigation/Surveillance
Techniques From the World’s
Best Intelligence Organizations
by Lee Lapin

      A PRACTICAL GUIDE
TO PHOTOGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE
by Harold Hough

      TUNE IN ON TELEPHONE CALLS
Guide to Intercepting Cellphone, Cordless &
Other Phone Calls on Scanners
& Shortwave Receivers
by Tom Kneltel, K2AES

      DISK DETECTIVE
Secrets You Must Know to Recover Information
from a Computer
by Norbert Zaenglein

      GET THE FACTS ON ANYONE
Find Out Confidential Information
About Any Person or Organization, 3rd Edition
by Dennis King

      THE HOME WORKSHOP SPY
Spookware for the Serious Hobbyist
by Nick Chiaroscuro

      PROTECTIVE SERVICES
US Army Military Police School
by the U.S. Army

      THE OFFICIAL LICENSE PLATE BOOK 2002
A Complete Identification Resource
by Thomas C. Murray

      LIP READING MADE EASY

      HOW TO MAKE $100,000 A YEAR
AS A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR
by Edmund J. Pankau, CLi, CPPI, CFE

    CRIME AND POLICE SCIENCE

      Introduction

      COPS! MEDIA VS. REALITY

      ASK ME NO QUESTIONS,
I’LL TELL YOU NO LIES
How to Survive Being Interviewed, Interrogated,
Questioned, Quizzed, Sweated, Grilled...
by Jack Luger

      THE COVERT CATALOG 2000
Surveillance, Covert Entry, and Investigative
Equipment Suppliers
by Lee Lapin

      MORE SCAMS FROM THE GREAT BEYOND!
How to Make Even More Money Off
of Creationism, Evolution, Environmentalism,
Fringe Politics, Weird Science, the Occult,
and Other Strange Beliefs
by Peter Huston

      COP TALK!

      TECHNIQUES IN COUNTERSURVEILLANCE
The Fine Art of Bug Extermination
in the Real World of Intelligence Gathering
by Marinella Companies

      BEATING THE CHECK
How to Eat Out Without Paying
by Mick Shaw

      HOW TO SCREW THE POST OFFICE

      Espionage
An Encyclopedia of Spies and Secrets
by Richard M. Bennett
Foreword by James Bamford
With a Preface by David Shayler

      MODERN FRAUDS AND CON GAMES

      CAREERS IN PRIVATE SECURITY
How to Get Started, How to Get Ahead
by Leigh Wade

      THE REAL WORK
Essential Sleight of Hand for Street Operators
by Paul Price

      GANGS AND THEIR TATTOOS
Identifying Gangbangers
on the Street and in Prison
by Bill Valentine

      THE ART & SCIENCE OF MONEY LAUNDERING
Inside the Commerce of The International
Narcotics Traffickers
by Brett Woods

      GETAWAY

      HOW TO COLLECT ILLEGAL DEBTS

      HOW TO BECOME A PROFESSIONAL
CON ARTIST
by Dennis M. Mariock

      DON’T BE A VICTIM!

      BLACK COLLAR CRIMES

      DOCUMENT FRAUD
AND OTHER CRIMES OF DECEPTION
by Jesse M. Greenwald

      ECONOMIC SODOMY
How Modern Frauds Work
and How to Protect Yourself
by Victor Santoro

      CHEATERS ALWAYS PROSPER
50 Ways to Beat the System
Without Being Caught
by James Brazil

      DIRTY TRICKS COPS USE
(And Why They Use Them)
by Bart Rommel

      SPECIALTY POLICE MUNITIONS
The Hottest New Specialty Ammunition,
Weapons Platforms, Devices, and
Chemical Agents for
Real-World Law Enforcement
by Tony L. Jones

      21 ST CENTURY FRAUD
How to Protect Yourself in the New Millennium
Tony Lesce

      GANGBANGERS

      HOW TO STEAL FOOD
FROM THE SUPERMARKET
by J. Andrew Anderson

      MAKING CRIME PAY

      FRAUDS, RIP-OFFS AND CON GAMES

      BODYGUARDING
A Complete Manual
Revised and Expanded Second Edition
by Burt Rapp andTonyLesce

      THE RIP-OFF BOOK
The Complete Guide to Frauds,
Con Games, Swindles, and Rackets
by Victor Santoro

    PRISON

      Introduction

      THE CELLING OF AMERICA

      IMPROVISED WEAPONS IN AMERICAN PRISONS

      SURVIVING IN PRISON

      LOCKDOWN AMERICA
Police and Prisons In the Age of Crisis
by Christian Parenti

      THE TALLAHASSEE PROJECT
A Glimpse Inside the Shattered Lives of
100 Non-Violent Women Prisoners
of the War on Drugs
A Project of the Committee on Unjust Sentencing

      FEDERAL CRIMINAL DEFENDANT’S HANDBOOK
Negotiating the Long Lonely Road
from Arrest to Prison to Freedom

      PRISON KILLING TECHNIQUES
Blade, Bludgeon and Bomb
by Ralf Dean Omar

      PRISON-ESE
A Survivor’s Guide to Speaking Prison Slang
by Gary K. Farlow, J.D.

      YOU ARE GOING TO PRISON

      HOW TO SURVIVE FEDERAL PRISON CAMP
A Guidebook for Those Caught Up in the System
by Clive Sharp

      RACE TO INCARCERATE

      THE PERPETUAL PRISONER MACHINE
How America Profits from Crime
by Joel Dyer

      THE BIG HOUSE
How American Prisons Work
by Tony Lesce

      BREAKFAST WITH THE DEVIL
The story of a professional jail breaker
by L. Wayne Carlson

    LOCKS AND LOCKSMITHINQ

      HOW TO CIRCUMVENT A SECURITY ALARM
IN 10 SECONDS OR LESS
An Insider’s Guide to How It’s Done
and How to Prevent It
by B. Andy

      HOW TO FIT KEYS BY IMPRESSIONING

      TECHNIQUES OF SAFECRACKING

      HOW TO OPEN LOCKS
WITH IMPROVISED TOOLS
Practical, non-destructive ways
of getting back into just about everything
when you lose your keys
by Hans Conkel

      HOME SECURITY
How to Select Reliable Locks and Alarms
for Your Home, Office, or Car
by Carl Hammer

      OPENING COMBINATION PADLOCKS
No Tools, No Problem
by Carl Black

      ADVANCED LOCK PICKING SECRETS

      CIA FIELD-EXPEDIENT KEY CASTING MANUAL

      KEYS TO UNDERSTANDING TUBULAR LOCKS

      THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO LOCK PICKING

      MODERN HIGH-SECURITY LOCKS
How to Open Them
by Steven Hampton

      REPOSSESSION: BOTH SIDES OF THE STORY
The Book the Banking Industry

      SECURITY SYSTEMS SIMPLIFIED
Protecting Your Home, Business, and Car
with State-of-the-Art Burglar Alarms
by Steve Hampton

      TECHNIQUES OF BURGLAR ALARM BYPASSING

      THE B & E BOOK
Burglary Techniques and Investigation
A Complete Manual
by Burt Rapp

      A REPOSSESSOR’S GUIDE TO AUTO LOCKS
Designed for on-the-job reference
with easy to read text, photos and diagrams
by Forward Progress

      HOW TO OPEN HANDCUFFS WITHOUT KEYS

      COMBINATION LOCK PRINCIPLES

      PICK GUNS
Lock Picking for Spies,
Cops and Locksmiths
by John Minnery

      HOME WORKSHOP
PROFESSIONAL LOCK TOOLS
by eddie the wire

    SELF DEFENSE

      Introduction

      THE MIND IN THE MARTIAL ARTS
A Key to Winning
by Thomas J. Nardi, Ph.D.

      BLACK MEDICINE

      BLACK MEDICINE II
Weapons at Hand
by N. Mashiro, Ph.D.

      BLACK MEDICINE III
Low Blows
by N. Mashiro, Ph.D.

      THE DIRTY DOZEN
12 Nasty Fighting Techniques
for Any Self-Defense Situation
by Larry Jordan

      A BOUNCER’S GUIDE TO BARROOM BRAWLING
Dealing with the Sucker Puncher,
Streetfighter, and Ambusher
by Peyton Quinn

      CAO DAI KUNG-FU
Lost Fighting Arts of Vietnam
by Dr. Haha Lung

      THE THEORY AND PRACTICE
OF KNOCKOUT PUNCHING
by Leo Fong

      DESPERATE MEASURES
Unarmed Self-Defense Against Guns,
Knives, and Clubs
by Michael Vassolo

      COMBAT CONDITIONING
The Classic U.S. Marine Corps Physical Training
and Hand-to-Hand Combat Course
Foreword by Chuck Melson, Chief Historian,
U.S. Marine Corps

      STREET E & E

      REAL WORLD SELF-DEFENSE
A Guide to Staying Alive in Dangerous Times
by Jerry VanCook

      KNIGHTS OF DARKNESS
Secrets of the World’s Deadliest Night Fighters
by Dr. Haha Lung

      CHAMPIONSHIP STREETFIGHTING
Boxing as a Martial Art
by Ned Beaumont

      BOXING’S DIRTY TRICKS
AND OUTLAW KILLER PUNCHES
by Jay C. “Champ”Thomas

      JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE
The Intelligent Use of Deadly Force
by Denny Hansen

      HOW TO BE AN ASS-WHIPPING BOXER

      THE BIGGER THEY ARE,
THE HARDER THEY FALL
How to Defeat a Larger and
Stronger Adversary in a Street Fight
by Sammy Franco

      HOSTILE GROUND
Defusing and Restraining Violent Behavior
and Physical Assaults
by Edward Lewis

      KILL-AS-CATCH-CAN
Wrestling Skills for Streetfighting
by Ned Beaumont

      STREET SMARTS FOR THE NEW MILLENNIUM

      HOW TO LIVE SAFELY
IN A DANGEROUS WORLD
by Loren W. Christiansen

      FIGHTING WITH STICKS

      DRAGON’S TOUCH</strong>

      FIGHTING POWER How to Develop Explosive Punches, Kicks, Blocks, and Grappling

      GUGE GONGJI

      THE SAVAGE SCIENCE OF STREETFIGHTING Applying the Lessons of Championship Boxing to Serious Street Survival</strong> by Ned Beaumont

      WAR WITH EMPTY HANDS Self-Defense Against Aggression</strong> by Lenox Cramer

    Revenge

      Introduction

      POISON PEN LETTERS
Using the Mails for Revenge
by Keith Wade

      TAKE NO PRISONERS
Destroying Enemies with Dirty
and Malicious Tricks
by Mack Nasty

      GET EVEN

      GET EVEN 2

      YOUR REVENGE IS IN THE MAIL

      GASLIGHTING How to Drive Your Enemies Crazy

      SCREW THE BITCH!

      BE YOUR OWN EQUALIZER How to Fight the System and Win

      21 ST CENTURY REVENGE
Down and Dirty Tactics
for the Millennium
by Victor Santoro

      OUT OF BUSINESS
Force a Company, Business or Store
to Close Its Doors... for Good!
by Dennis Fiery

    Guns are still saving lives

    GUNS

      Introduction

      HOME WORKSHOP GUNS FOR DEFENSE AND
RESISTANCE, VOLUME III
The .22 Machine Pistol
by Bill Holmes

      FULL AUTO
Modification Manual
by J. Flores

      IN THE GRAVEST EXTREME
The Role of the Firearm in Personal Protection
by Massad F. Ayoob

      HOME WORKSHOP GUNS
FOR DEFENSE AND RESISTANCE
Volume One: The Submachine Gun
by Bill Holmes

      GUNS SAVE LIVES
True Stories of Americans Defending Their Lives
With Firearms
by Robert A. Waters

      DIAL 911 AND DIE
The Shocking Truth About
the Police Protection Myth
by Richard W Stevens

      DEATH BY “GUN CONTROL”

      CONCEALABLE POCKET PISTOLS
How to Choose and Use Small-Caliber Handguns
by Terence McLeod

      GUERRILLA GUNSMITHING
Quick and Dirty Methods for Fixing Firearms
in Desperate Times
by Ragnar Benson

      THE .50-CALIBER RIFLE
CONSTRUCTION MANUAL
With Easy-to-Follow Full-Scale Drawings
by Bill Holmes

      COWBOY ACTION PISTOL SHOOTING
Secrets of Fast and Accurate Gunplay
by Charles Stephens

      ARMED DEFENSE

      HOMEMADE GUNS AND HOMEMADE AMMO

      THE DO-IT-YOURSELF
GUNPOWDER COOKBOOK
by Don McLean

      WORKBENCH SILENCERS
The Art of Improvised Designs
by George M. Hollenback

      HOW TO MAKE DISPOSABLE SILENCERS
A Complete Guide

      HOW TO MAKE DISPOSABLE SILENCERS
VOLUME: II

      HOMEMADE AMMO
How to Make It, How to Reload It, How to Cache It
by Duncan Long

      HANDGUNNER’S GUIDE

      UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES
A Novel
by John Ross

      HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT

      THE POLICE SNIPER
A Complete Handbook
by Burt Rapp

      HOME WORKSHOP GUNS FOR DEFENSE AND RESISTANCE, VOLUME IV The 9mm Machine Pistol by Bill Holmes

      HOME WORKSHOP GUNS FOR DEFENSE AND RESISTANCE, Volume IV: $20.00 (ORDER NUMBER 25083)

      A DO-IT-YOURSELF SUBMACHINE GUN: $20.00 (ORDER NUMBER 25080)

      THE HOME WORKSHOP .50-CALIBER SNIPER RIFLE ( VHS Video) with Bill Holmes

      HOME WORKSHOP PROTOTYPE FIREARMS How To Design, Build, and Sell Your Own Small Arms

      THE HAYDUKE SILENCER BOOK Quick and Dirty Homemade Silencers

      HOW TO BUILD PRACTICAL FIREARM
SUPPRESSORS
An Illustrated Step-by-Step Guide
by Keith Anderson

      MORÉ GUNS, LESS CRIME
Understanding Crime and Gun Control Laws
by John R. Lott, Jr.

      BOSTON’S GUN BIBLE

      THE RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS

    WEAPONS

      Introduction

      THE SCOURGE OF THE DARK CONTINENT
The Martial Use of the African Sjambok
by James Loriega
With a Foreword by James Keating

      BUILD YOUR OWN LASER, PHASER,
ION RAY GUN, AND OTHER WORKING
SPACE-AGE PROJECTS
by Robert E. iannini

      POOR MAN’S RAY GUN
Deadly Rays
by David Gunn

      COMBAT KNIFE THROWING
A New Approach to Knife Throwing
and Knife Fighting
by Ralph Thorn

      DISGUISED WEAPONS
The Law Enforcement Guide to Covert Guns,
Knives, and Other Weapons
by Craig S. Meissner

      BEYOND PEPPER SPRAY
The Complete Guide to Chemical Agents,
Delivery Systems, and Protective Masks
by Michael E. Conti

      THE POOR MAN’S JAMES BOND
Volume 1
by Kurt Saxon

      THE POOR MAN’S JAMES BOND
Volume 2: Poor Man’s Armorer
by Kurt Saxon

      THE BULLWHIP BOOK

      THE SLING
For Sport & Survival
by Cliff Savage

      BLOWGUNS
The Breath of Death
by Michael D. Janich

      COMBATIVES
FM21-150

      BUILD A CATAPULT IN YOUR BACKYARD

      SEVILLIAN STEEL

      THE COLLECTOR’S GUIDE
TO SWITCHBLADE KNIVES
An Illustrated Historical and Price Reference
by Rich Langston

      THE LOGIC OF STEEL

      MASTER OF THE BLADE
Secrets of the Deadly Art of Knife Fighting
by Richard Ryan

      KNIVES, KNIFE FIGHTING,
& RELATED HASSLES
How To Survive a Real Knife Fight
by Marc “Animal” MacYoung

      PERSONAL DEFENSE WEAPONS

      HOW TO BUILD FLASH/STUN GRENADES

    Guerrilla Warfare and Terrorism

      Introduction

      NIGHT MOVEMENTS
(Translated From the Japanese)

      BAZOOKA
How to Build Your Own
by Anthony Lewis

      COUP D’ETAT
A Practical Handbook
by Edward Luttwak

      BIOTERRORISM
How to Survive the 25 Most Dangerous
Biological Weapons
by Pamela Weintraub

      LIFE AFTER TERRORISM
What You Need to Know to Survive
in Today’s World
by Bruce D. Clayton, Ph.D.

      WHO BECOMES A TERRORIST AND WHY
The 1999 Government Report
on Profiling Terrorists

      PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST TERRORISM

      GLOBAL TERRORISM
The Complete Reference Guide
by Harry Henderson

      A PROFESSIONAL’S GUIDE TO PYROTECHNICS
Understanding and Making Exploding Fireworks
by John Donner

      EXTREME ISLAM
Anti-American Propaganda
of Muslim Fundamentalism
by Adam Parfrey

      TERRORISM AND THE CONSTITUTION
Sacrificing Civil Liberties in the Name
of National Security
by David Cole and James X. Dempsey

      9-11

      PERPETUAL WAR FOR PERPETUAL PEACE
How We Got To Be So Hated
by Gore Vidal

      TERRORISM AND WAR

      WAGING WAR FROM CANADA
Why Canada is the perfect base
for organizing, supporting,
and conducting international insurgency
by Mike Pearson

      BIOTERRORISM
Secrets for Surviving the Coming Terrorist
Germ Warfare Attacks on U.S. Cities
by Duncan Long
(co-authored by S. Spencer Jones)

      WIDE OPEN TO TERRORISM

      BIOWARFARE IN AMERICA

      BLACK BOOK OF ARSON

      COUNTER-TERRORISM EQUIPMENT
by Ian V. Hogg,
Illustrated by Ray Hutchins

      CIVIL WAR TWO
The Coming Breakup of America
by Thomas W. Chittum

      6 NIGHTMARES
Real Threats in a Dangerous World
and How America Can Meet Them
by Anthony Lake

      TO BREAK A TYRANT’S CHAINS
Neo-Guerrilla Techniques for Combat
by Duncan Long

      DON’T BE MISLED BY SO-CALLED
“BLACK BOOKS”

      BLACK BOOK, Volume 1
CIA and Special Forces
Improvised Munitions Handbook

      BLACK BOOK, VOLUME 2
CIA and Special Forces
“Improvised Munitions Handbook”

      BLACK BOOK, VOLUME 3
Improvised Munitions

      BACKYARD BALLISTICS
Build potato cannons, paper match rockets,
Cincinnati fire kites, tennis ball mortars,
and more dynamite devices
by William Gurstelle

    Food Drop Fiasco

    Murder, Death & Torture

      Introduction

      DIM-MAK
Death Point Striking
by Erle Montaigue

      ASSORTED NASTIES

      DEATH TOUCH
The Science Behind the Legend of Dim-Mak
by Michael Kelly, D.O.

      EXECUTION
Tools and Techniques
by Bart Rommel

      CURIOUS PUNISHMENTS
OF BYGONE DAYS
by Alice Morse Earle

      LAST SUPPERS
Famous Final Meals
from Death Row
by Ty Treadwell & Michelle Vernon

      INTERRORGATION
The CIA’s Secret Manual on Coercive Questioning
With an Introduction by Jon Elliston

      ASSASSIN!

      TRUE BLOOD

      THE INSTRUMENTS OF TORTURE

      BAFFLING MURDER MYSTERIES
Famous Unsolved Homicides
by Marilyn Morgan

      BURIED ALIVE
The Terrifying History of Our Most Primal Fear
by Jan Bondeson

      MUERTE!

      THE DEADLIEST MEN
The World’s Deadliest Combatants
Throughout the Ages
by Paul Kirchner

      100 YEARS OF LYNCHINGS

      KILLER KIDS

      FINAL EXIT
The Practicalities of Self-Deliverance and
Assisted Suicide for the Dying
by Derek Humphry

      FINAL EXIT (VHS VIDEO)
The Practicalities of Self-Deliverance and
Assisted Suicide for the Dying

      STILL AT LARGE
A Casebook of 20th Century Serial Killers Who
Eluded Justice
by Michael Newton

      THE HISTORY OF TORTURE

      ADVANCED DIM-MAK
The Finer Points of Death-Point Striking
by Erle Montalgue

      UNSPEAKABLE ACTS, ORDINARY PEOPLE
The Dynamics of Torture
by John Conroy

      BAD GIRLS DO IT!
An Encyclopedia of Female Murderers
by Michael Newton

      HISTORY OF PUNISHMENT & TORTURE
A journey through the dark side of justice
by Karen Farrington

      PROFESSIONAL KILLERS
An Inside Look
by Burt Rapp

      BE YOUR OWN UNDERTAKER
How to Dispose of a Dead Body
byA.R. Bowman

      THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DIM-MAK
The Main Meridians
by Erle Montalgue and Wally Simpson

      KILLER COPS
An Encyclopedia of Lawless Lawmen
by Michael Newton

      COP KILLERS

      HOLY HOMICIDE
An Encyclopedia of Those Who Go
With Their God... and Kill!
by Michael Newton

    Survival

      Introduction

      WILDERNESS SURVIVAL

      SURVIVAL WITH THE ATLATL

      MAN EATERS
True Tales of Animals Stalking, Mauling,
Killing, and Eating Human Prey
Edited by Lamar Underwood

      SURVIVAL BARTERING

      THE EXTREME SURVIVAL ALMANAC
Everything You Need to Know to Live
Through a Shipwreck, Plane Crash,
or Any Outdoor Crisis Imaginable
by Reid Kincaid

      CRISIS PREPAREDNESS HANDBOOK
A Comprehensive Guide to Home Storage
and Physical Survival
Updated Second Edition
by Jack A. Spigarelli

      KELLER’S OUTDOOR SURVIVAL GUIDE
How to Prevail When Lost, Stranded,
or Injured in the Wilderness
by William Keller, EMT

      RAGNAR’S URBAN SURVIVAL

      STAYING ALIVE

      ABOMAN’S GUIDE TO
WILDERNESS SCHOOLS
AND PRIMITIVE EVENTS
by J.A. Bigley

      ABOMAN’S GUIDE TO SURVIVAL
AND SELF-RELIANCE
Practical Skills for Interesting Times
by J. A. Bigley

      DITCH MEDICINE

      SNOW CAVES
For Fun & Survival
by Ernest Wilkinson

      GUIDE TO EMERGENCY SURVIVAL
COMMUNICATIONS
How to Build and Power Your System
by Dave Ingram

      DON’T GET CAUGHT
WITH YOUR PANTRY DOWN!
The Consumer’s Reference Guide to the
Preparedness Industry
by James Talmage Stevens

      PRIMITIVE TECHNOLOGY
A Book of Earth Skills from
the Society of Primitive Technology
Edited by David Wescott

      PRIMITIVE TECHNOLOGY II
— ANCESTRAL SKILLS
From the Society of Primitive Technology
Edited by David Wescott

      SURVIVAL SKILLS OF
THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS
Second Edition
by Peter Goodchild

      PRIMITIVE WILDERNESS LIVING
& SURVIVAL SKILLS
by John & Geri McPherson

      PRIMITIVE WILDERNESS SKILLS,
APPLIED & ADVANCED
by John & Geri McPherson

      SURVIVALIST’S MEDICINE CHEST

      THE SENSE OF SURVIVAL
by J. Allan South

      CONTINGENCY CANNIBALISM
Superhardcore Survivalism’s Dirty Little Secret
by Shiguro Takada

    SELF SUFFICIENCY

      Introduction

      TAN YOUR HIDE!

      THE $1.98 COOKBOOK

      MAKING A CLOCK-ACCURATE SUNDIAL
Customized to Your Location

      THE ART & SCIENCE OF DUMPSTER DIVING

      DUMPSTER DIVING: THE ADVANCED COURSE
How to Turn Other People’s Trash into Money,
Publicity, and Power
by John Hoffman

      THE HUMANURE HANDBOOK
A Guide to Composting Human Manure
by J.C. Jenkins

      ONE ACRE & SECURITY
How to Live Off the Earth Without Ruining It
by Bradford Angier

      COUNTRY LIVING IS RISKY BUSINESS

      THE HOME WATER SUPPLY
How to Find, Filter, Store, and Conserve It
by Stu Campbell

      BECOMING SELF-RELIANT
How to Become Less Dependent
on Society and the Government
by Ken Larson.

      DO-IT-YOURSELF MEDICINE
How to Find and Use the Most Effective
Antibiotics, Painkillers, Anesthetics, and Other
Miracle Drugs... Without Costly Doctors’
Prescriptions or Hospitals
by Ragnar Benson

      THE “HAVE-MORE” PLAN
A Little Land — A Lot of Living
by Ed and Carol Robinson

      HOW TO LIVE WITHOUT ELECTRICITY
— AND LIKE IT
by Anita Evangelista

      MORE POWER TO YOU!

      THE MODERN HOMESTEAD MANUAL
What it Really Takes to Succeed Beyond the
Sidewalks and Power Lines

      Revised and Updated Second Edition

      EAT WELL FOR 990 A MEAL

      WHERE THERE IS NO DOCTOR
A Village Health Care Book
by David Werner

      ALL ABOUT HYDRAULIC RAM PUMPS
How and Where They Work
Pump Water for Free!

      WHERE THERE IS NO DENTIST

      BLOOD-LUST CHICKENS
AND RENEGADE SHEEP
A First Timer’s Guide to Country Living
by Nick and Anita Evangelista

      GOURMET COOKING FOR FREE
Wild Game, Fish & Plants
— 300 Ways to Serve Them
by Bradford Angier

      THE COMPOSTING TOILET SYSTEM BOOK
A Practical Guide to Choosing, Planning and
Maintaining Composting Toilet Systems, an
Alternative to Sewer and Septic Systems
by David Del Porto & Carol Steinfeld

      WIND ENERGY BASICS
A Guide to Small and Micro Wind Systems
by Paul Gipe

      HOW TO GROW MORE VEGETABLES
Than You Ever Thought Possible
on Less Land Than You Can Imagine
6th Edition

      MAKING THE BEST OF BASICS
Family Preparedness Handbook
Tenth Edition

      PRACTICAL PHOTOVOLTAICS
Electricity from Solar Cells, Third Edition
by Richard J. Komp, Ph.D.

      BACKYARD MEAT PRODUCTION
How to Grow All the Meat You Need
in Your Own Backyard
by Anita Evangelista

      THE 990 A MEAL COOKBOOK

      COOKING WITH THE SUN
How to Build and Use Solar Cookers
by Beth Halacy and Dan Halacy

      FUEL FROM WATER
Energy Independence with Hydrogen
10th Edition
by Michael A. Peavey

      SIMPLE LIVING INVESTMENTS

      LIVING WELL ON PRACTICALLY NOTHING
Revised and Updated Edition
by Edward H. Romney

      THE COMPLETE MODERN BLACKSMITH
by Alexander G. Weygers

      THE HAGGLER’S HANDBOOK
One Hour to Negotiating Power
by Leonard Koren & Peter Goodman

      HOW TO DEVELOP A LOW-COST
FAMILY FOOD-STORAGE SYSTEM
by Anita Evangelista

      THE HYDROPONIC HOT HOUSE
Low-Cost, High-Yield
Greenhouse Gardening
by James B. DeKorne

      SELF-SUFFICIENCY GARDENING

      THE WILD AND FREE COOKBOOK
With a Special Roadkill Section
by Tom Squier

    Head for the Hills

      Introduction

      THE LAST FRONTIERS ON EARTH
Strange Places Where You Can Live Free
by Jon Fisher

      THE MODERN SURVIVAL RETREAT
A New and Vital Approach to
Retreat Theory and Practice
by Ragnar Benson

      TRAVEL-TRAILER HOMESTEADING
UNDER $5,000
Revised and Expanded
Second Edition
by Brian Kei ling

      CHOOSE MEXICO

      CHOOSE THE SOUTHWEST
Retirement Discoveries for Every Budget
3rd Edition
by John Howells

      WILDERNESS EVASION
A Guide to Hiding Out
and Eluding Pursuit in Remote Areas
by Michael Chesbro

      THE WORLD’S TOP RETIREMENT HAVENS
How to Relocate, Retire, and Increase Your
Standard of Living

      BLUEPRINT FOR PARADISE
How to Live on a Tropic Island
by Ross Norgrove

      THE LAST OF THE MOUNTAIN MEN
The True Story of an Idaho Solitary
by Harold Peterson

      BEATING THE SYSTEM
The Next American Revolution
by Larry Roth

      SURTHRIVAL GUIDE
FOR UNDER 18ERS
by Mark Feest

      The human cougar

      LIVING NAKED AND FRUGAL
A Handbook For Parsimonious Nudity
by Paul Penhallow with Marilyn Lovell

      THE NEW ZEALAND IMMIGRATION GUIDE

      UNINHABITED OCEAN ISLANDS

      I WALKED AWAY
An Expatriate’s Guide
to Living Cheaply in Thailand
by Michael Zieslng

      FREEDOM ROAD

      THE HITCHHIKER’S HANDBOOK

      SURVIVING ON THE STREETS
How to Go DOWN Without Going OUT
by Ace Backwards

      OVERSEAS AMERICANS
The Essential Guide to Living
and Working Abroad
by William Beaver

    GIMME SHELTER

      ALTERNATIVE HOUSEBUILDING

      HOW TO BUILD
A LOW-COST HOUSE OF STONE
by Lewis and Sharon Watson

      HOW TO BUILD AND FURNISH A LOG CABIN
The Easy Natural Way Using Only Hand Tools and the Woods Around You

      EARTHSHIP: VOLUME I
How to Build Your Own
by Michael Reynolds

      EARTHSHIP: VOLUME II
System and Components
by Michael Reynolds

      EARTHSHIP: VOLUME III
Evolution Beyond Economics
by Michael Reynolds

      BUILDING WITH EARTH

      HOW TO BUILD AN UNDERGROUND HOUSE

      BUILDING A LOG CABIN RETREAT
A Do-It-Yourself Guide
by Michael Mulligan

      THE COB BUILDERS HANDBOOK
You Can Hand-Sculpt Your Own Home
by Becky Bee

      MORTGAGE-FREE!
Radical Strategies for Home Ownership
by Rob Roy >

      BUILDING TIPIS & YURTS
Authentic Designs for Circular Shelters
by Blue Evening Star

      HOW TO BUILD YOUR OWN LOG HOME
FOR LESS THAN $15,000
by Robert L. Williams

      HOW TO BUILD THIS LOG CABIN FOR $3,000

      THE RAMMED EARTH HOUSE
Discovering the Most Ancient Building Material
by David Easton

      SHELTERS, SHACKS AND SHANTIES

      HOME TREE HOME
Principles of Treehouse Construction
and Other Tall Tales

      THE PASSIVE SOLAR HOUSE
Using Solar Design to Heat
and Cool Your Home
by James Kachadorian

      THE COMPLETE BOOK
OF UNDERGROUND HOUSES
How to Build a Low-Cost Home
by Rob Roy

      HOUSES TO GO
How to Buy a Good Home Cheap
by Robert L. Williams

    Paralegal Skills

      Introduction

      EVERYBODY’S GUIDE TO SMALL CLAIMS COURT

      LEGAL RESEARCH

      ASSET PROTECTION SECRETS

      REPRESENT YOURSELF IN COURT
How to Prepare & Try
a Winning Case
Third Edition
by Paul Bergman and Sara J. Berman-Barrett

      BUY THIS BOOK... OR WE’LL SUE YOU!
Outrageous Lawsuits, Outlandish Verdicts
by Laura B. Benko and Attila Benko

      WORKING FOR YOURSELF
Law & Taxes for Independent Contractors,
Freelancers & Consultants
by Attorney Stephen Fishman

      THE LAWSUIT SURVIVAL GUIDE
A Client’s Companion to Litigation
by Attorney Joseph Matthews

      THE CRIMINAL LAW HANDBOOK
4TH EDITION

      AN EDUCATED GUIDE TO SPEEDING TICKETS
How to Beat and Avoid Them
by Richard Wallace II

      BEAT THE BILL COLLECTOR
How to Obtain Freedom from Your Debt
by Max Edison

      THE HOME TOWN ADVANTAGE
How to Defend Your Main Street Against Chain
Stores... and Why It Matters
by Stacy Mitchell

      THE OUTLAW’S BIBLE
How to Evade the System
Using Constitutional Strategy
by E.X. Boozhie

      YOU & THE POLICE!

      U.S. IMMIGRATION MADE EASY
9th Edition

      BEAT YOUR TICKET
Go to Court and Win!

      THE CRIMINAL DEFENDANT’S BIBLE

    Sex

      Introduction

      GAUNTLET #15
The Many Faces of S/M
Edited by Barry Hoffman

      HOW TO DATE YOUNG WOMEN
For Men Over 35
Revised Edition
by R. Don Steele

      NUDIST MAGAZINES OF THE 50s & 60s
Collectors’ Edition: Book One

      NUDIST MAGAZINES OF THE 50s & 60s,
BOOK #2
Collectors’ Edition

      NUDIST MAGAZINES OF
THE 50s & 60s, BOOK #3
Collectors’ Edition
1995,816x11,96 pp, Illustrated,
photographs, soft cover.

      NUDIST MAGAZINES OF THE 50s & 60s,
BOOK #4
Collectors’ Edition

      HARMFUL TO MINORS
The Perils of Protecting Children from Sex
by Judith Levine

      THE BIG BOOK OF BODILY FUNCTIONS
4500 words for bodily functions
and body parts
by Jonathan Green

      MAXIMIZE YOUR VITALITY AND POTENCY

      THE SMART GUIDE TO BETTER SEX
Supplements and herbs to fire up your sex life
by John Morgenthaler and Mia Simms

      VIVA LA VULVA
Women’s Sex Organs Revealed
(VHS Video)
With Betty Dodson, Ph.D.

      BEST CAT HOUSES IN NEVADA
Everything You Want to Know About
Legal Prostitution in Nevada
by J.R. Schwartz

      TURNING PRO
A Guide to Sex Work for the Ambitious
and the Intrigued
by Magdalene Meretrix

      52 UNIQUE & EXCITING WAYS
TO MEET YOUR LOVER
by Richard and Janet Reed

      WORLD GUIDE TO NUDE BEACHES
AND RESORTS
by Lee Baxandall

      CELTIC SEX MAGIC
For Couples, Groups and Solitary Practitioners
by Jon G. Hughes

      GENITOLOGY
Reading the Genitals
by Dr. Seymore KUtz and Dr. Ima Peeper

      THREESOME

      THE ETHICAL SLUT
A Guide to Infinite Sexual Possibilities
by Dossie Easton and Catherine A. Liszt

      ORAL CARESS

      HOW TO CREATE LOVE IN YOUR LIFE
A Guided Introduction to A Wonderful New You
and The Lover You’ve Been Waiting For
by Richard and Janet Reed

      PANTIES DOWN! BEFORE MONEY DOWN!
An Erotic Travel Guide to the Philippines
by Mac Horn

      PORN 101
Eroticism, Pornography,
and the First Amendment

      The book that caused a legislative investigation
of the Center for Sex Research

      MASTURBATION MEMOIRS, VOL. I & II
An erotic guide to women’s self pleasuring
(VHS Video)

      THE MAGIC OF FEMALE EJACULATION
(VHS Video)

      HOW TO FIND YOUR G-SPOT (VHS Video)

      THROBBING MODEMS

      THE MULTI-ORGASMIC MAN
Sexual Secrets Every Man Should know
by Mantak Chia and Douglas Abrams Arava

      THE JOY OF SOLO SEX

      THE NEW GOOD VIBRATIONS GUIDE TO SEX
Tips and Techniques from America’s
Favorite Sex Toy Store
by Cathy Winks and Anne Semans

      HOW TO GET YOUR FILIPINA FIANCEE
TO THE U.S.
by Eric Dexter

      SEXUAL SECRETS
The Alchemy of Ecstasy
Full-Color 20th Anniversary Edition
by Nik Douglas and Penny Slinger

      IT’S A MAN’S WORLD
The Single Man’s Guide to Retiring in the Orient
by Mac Horn

      BROTHEL
Mustang Ranch and Its Women
by Alexa Albert

      THE GOVERNMENT VS. EROTICA

      THE ENCYCLOPEDIA
OF SACRED SEXUALITY
From Aphrodisiacs and Ecstasy
to Yoni Worship and Zap-lam Yoga
by Rufus C. Camphausen

      THE $51 FANTASY
Legal Prostitution for American Men
by Eric S. Moore

      TIJUANA BIBLES: VOLUME 1
America’s Forgotten Comic Strips

      TIJUANA BIBLES: VOLUME 3
America’s Forgotten Comic' Strips

      TIJUANA BIBLES: VOLUME 4
America’s Forgotten Comic Strips

      SEX DRUGS AND APHRODISIACS

      A MAN’S GUIDE TO ADVERTISING
FOR A WOMAN
How to Find the Woman of Your Dreams Using
the “Personals” Section of Newspapers,
Magazines, and the Internet
by Sebastian Phillips

      SEXUAL ENERGY ECSTASY
A Practical Guide to Lovemaking Secrets
of the East and West
by David Ramsdale and Ellen Dorfman

      SEXUAL SOLUTIONS
A Guide for Men and the Women Who Love Them
by Michael Castleman

      MALE SEXUAL ENDURANCE
A Man’s Book About Ejaculatory Control
by Robert W. Birch, Ph.D.

      DEAREST PET

      THE BOOK OF THE PENIS

      The BIG BOOK OF FILTH
6500 sex slang words and phrases
</strong> With an Introduction by Jonathon Green
and cartoons by Kipper Williams

      PSYCHOPATHIA SEXUALIS

      THE CLITORAL TRUTH
The Secret World at Your Fingertips
by Rebecca Chalker

      ETIQUETTE FOR Outlaws

      THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO SEXUAL POSITIONS
VHS Video

      THE SEXUAL CRIMINAL
a psychoanalytical study
Second edition
by J. Paul de River, M.D., F.A.C.S.

    Drugs

      Introduction

      PSILOCYBIN MUSHROOMS OF THE WORLD
New Edition
by Paul Stamets

      RECREATIONAL DRUGS

      CLOSET CULTIVATOR

      JOINT SMOKING RULES

      THE LITTLE BOOK OF KETAMINE

      INDOOR MARIJUANA HORTICULTURE
The Indoor Bible — All New
by Jorge Cervantes

      UR-INE TROUBLE

      THE LITTLE BOOK OF ACID

      THE CANNABIBLE
by Jason King
with an Introduction by Robert Connell Clarke

      LEGALIZE THIS!
The case for decriminalizing drugs
by Douglas Husak

      SALVIA DIVINORUM GROWER’S GUIDE
by the Sociedad para la Preservation
de las Plantas del Misterio

      STONED FREE
How to Get High Without Drugs
by Patrick Wells with Douglas Rushkoff

      OPIUM FOR THE MASSES
A Practical Guide to Growing Poppies
and Making Opium
by Jim Hogshire

      ECSTASY
Dance, Trance & Transformation
by Nicholas Saunders with Rick Doblin

      THE HEROIN USER’S HANDBOOK

      WEST COAST SMOKE
The Inside Story of the B.C. Pot Boom
by Drew Edwards

      MARIJUANA MEDICINE
A World Tour of the Healing
and Visionary Powers of Cannabis
by Christian Ratsch

      POT PUZZLE FUN BOOK
Marijuana Entertainment

      A BRIEF HISTORY OF DRUGS
From the Stone Age to the Stoned Age
by Antonio Escohotado

      CIDER HARD AND SWEET
History, Traditions, and Making Your Own
by Ben Watson

      MARIJUANA LAW

      PSILOCYBIN
Magic Mushroom Grower’s Guide
by O.T. Oss & O.N. Oeric

      PSYCHEDELICS ENCYCLOPEDIA
Third Expanded Edition
by Peter Stafford

      PASS THE TEST
An Employee Guide to Drug Testing
</strong> by Beverly A. Potter, Ph.D.
and J. Sebastian Orfali, M.A.

      THE LITTLE BOOK OF HEROIN

      THE VARIETIES OF PSYCHEDELIC EXPERIENCE
The Classic Guide to the Effects of LSD
on the Human Psyche

      OPIUM POPPY
Botany, Chemistry, and Pharmacology
by L.D. Kapoor, Ph.D.

      THE PLEASURES OF COCAINE

      HOW TO AVOID A DRUNK DRIVING CONVICTION

      FROM CHOCOLATE TO MORPHINE
Everything You Need to Know
About Mind-Altering Drugs
by Andrew Weil, M.D. and Winifred Rosen

      PSYCHEDELIC SHAMANISM

      ACID TRIPS AND CHEMISTRY

      PRACTICAL LSD MANUFACTURE
Revised and Expanded Second Edition
by Uncle Fester

      SECRETS OF METHAMPHETAMINE
MANUFACTURE

      PSYCHE DELICACIES

      IN THE ARMS OF MORPHEUS
The Tragic History of Laudanum, Morphine,
and Patent Medicines
by Barbara Hodgson

      TOTAL SYNTHESIS II

      GOURMET CANNABIS COOKERY
The High Art of Marijuana Cuisine
by Dan D. Lyon

      DIVINING ECSTASY

      ANIMALS AND PSYCHEDELICS
The Natural World and the Instinct to Alter

      INVISIBLE MARIJUANA
AND PSYCHEDELIC MUSHROOM GARDENS
by Robert Bunch

      HIGHLIGHTS

      RATIONAL RECOVERY
The Revolutionary Alternative
to Alcoholics Anonymous
The New Cure for Substance Addiction
by JackTrimpey

      KETAMINE: DREAMS AND REALITIES

      SHATTERED LIVES
Portraits from America’s Drug Wars
by Mikki Norris, Chris Conrad
and Virginia Resner

      THE BOOK OF E
All About Ecstasy
by Push & Mireille Silcott

      PSYCHEDELIC TRIPS FOR THE MIND

      ECSTASY: THE COMPLETE GUIDE
A Comprehensive Look at the Risks
and Benefits of MDMA
Edited by Julie Holland, M.D.

      PLANTS OF THE GODS
Their Sacred, Healing, and Hallucinogenic Powers
Revised and Expanded Edition
by Richard Evans Schultes, Albert Hoffmann
and Christian Hatch

      INTOXICATION

      PSYCHEDELIC CHEMISTRY

      GROWING THE HALLUCINOGENS

      PIHKAL
A Chemical Love Story
by Alexander Shulgin and Ann Shulgin

      TIHKAL
The Continuation
by Alexander Shulgin and Ann Shulgin

      DRUG SMUGGLING
The Forbidden Book
by K. Hawkeye Gross

      HASHISH!

      THE BIRTH OF HEROIN AND THE
DEMONIZATION OF THE DOPE FIEND
by Th. Metzger

      ADVANCED TECHNIQUES OF CLANDESTINE
PSYCHEDELIC & AMPHETAMINE
MANUFACTURE
by Uncle Fester

      THE CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF
CLANDESTINE DRUG LABORATORIES
Second Edition
by Jack B. Nimble

      SOURCES

      THE POLITICS OF CONSCIOUSNESS
A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom
by Steve Kubby

      THE EMPEROR WEARS NO CLOTHES
The Authoritative Historical Record of Cannabis
and the Conspiracy Against Marijuana
Eleventh Edition
byJackHerer

      DRINK AS MUCH AS YOU WANT
AND LIVE LONGER

      HERBS OF THE NORTHERN SHAMAN
A Guide to Mind-Altering Plants
of the Northern Hemisphere
by Steve Andrews

      ASK ED: MARIJUANA LAW
Don’t Get Busted
by Ed Rosenthal and William Logan, Atty.

      PILLS-A-GO-GO
A Fiendish Investigation into Pill Marketing,
Art, History & Consumption
by Jim Hogshire

      THE JOINT ROLLING HANDBOOK
Tips, Tricks and Techniques
Expert Edition
by Richard Kemplay

      GOOD SPIRITS
A New Look at Ol’ Demon Alcohol
by Gene Logsdon

      TRIPS

      PEYOTE AND OTHER PSYCHOACTIVE CACTI

    It’s Been 65 Years.

      It’s Got to Be More than the Money

      The Fear of Change

      Relying on the Focus Groups

    Rock 'n' Roll

      Introduction

      CIRCUS OF THE SCARS
The True Odyssey of
a Modern Circus Sideshow
by Jan T. Gregor with Tim Cridland

      GAUNTLET #22

      SIDESHOW

      HOW TO SNEAK INTO THE MOVIES

      LOOMPANICS’ GREATEST HITS

      LOOMPANICS’ GOLDEN RECORDS

      LOOMPANICS UNLIMITED LIVE! IN LAS VEGAS

      LOOMPANICS UNLIMITED CONQUERS
THE UNIVERSE

      “I WATCHED A WILD HOG EAT MY BABY!”
A Colorful History of Tabloids
and Their Cultural Impact
by Bill Sloan

      THE WINNER OF THE SLOW BICYCLE RACE
The Satirical Writings of Paul Krassner
by Paul Krassner
with a Foreword by Kurt Vonnegut

      EVERYTHING’S A RACKET

      GRETA GARBAGE’S
OUTRAGEOUS BATHROOM BOOK
A bathroom book with attitude
— not the usual boring crap!
by Greta Garbage

      THE NEW ROADSIDE AMERICA
The Modern Traveler’s Guide
to the Wild and Wonderful World
of America’s Tourist Attractions
by Mike Wilkins, Ken Smith, and Doug Kirby

      HITTING YOUR MARK
What Every Actor Really Needs to Know
on a Hollywood Set.

      URBAN LEGENDS

      PSYCHOTROPEDIA
A Guide to Publications on the Periphery
by Russ Kick

      GAUNTLET #23
Exploring the Limits of Free Expression

      AMOK FIFTH DISPATCH
Sourcebook of the Extremes of Information
Edited by Stuart Swezey

    INTELLIGENCE INCREASE

      Introduction

      PLAGUES OF THE MIND
The New Epidemic of False Knowledge
by Bruce S. Thornton

      WORD CONTROLLED HUMANS

      DUMBING US DOWN
The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling
by John Taylor Gatto

      THE ART OF CONTRARY THINKING
It pays to be contrary!

      CHAOS, CREATIVITY, AND COSMIC CONSCIOUSNESS

      BEARS’ GUIDE TO EARNING DEGREES
BY DISTANCE LEARNING
15th Edition

      COLLEGE DEGREES BY MAIL AND INTERNET
9th Edition
by the Editors of Degree.Net

      THE QUICK AND DIRTY GUIDE
TO LEARNING LANGUAGES FAST
by A.G. Hawke

      THE HEALING BRAIN
Breakthrough Discoveries About How the Brain
Keeps Us Healthy
by Robert Ornstein and David Sobel

      THE CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVER’S TOOLBOX
A Complete Course in the Art of Creating
Solutions to Problems of Any Kind
by Richard Fobes

      THE ART OF DECEPTION
by Nicholas Capaldi
Reviewed by Deborah Callahan

      HOW TO BE TWICE AS SMART
Boost Your Brain Power
and Unleash the Miracles of Your Mind
by Scott Witt

      DON’T LET THEM PSYCH YOU OUT!

      HOW TO LEARN ANY LANGUAGE
Quickly, Easily, Inexpensively,
Enjoyably and On Your Own
by Barry Farber

      1,001 EXCUSES!
How to Get Out of...
and Away with...
Anything!

      I AM RIGHT — YOU ARE WRONG
From This to the New Renaissance:
from Rock Logic to Water Logic
by Edward de Bono

      VIRUS OF THE MIND

      THINK FREE TO LIVE FREE
A political burnout’s guide to life,
activism and everything
by Claire Wolfe

      THE SHADOW UNIVERSITY
The Betrayal of Liberty
on America’s Campuses
by Alan Charles Kors and Harvey A. Silverglate

    SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

      Introduction

      IF WE CAN KEEP A SEVERED HEAD ALIVE...
Discorporation and
U.S. Patent 4,666,425
by Chet Fleming

      WEIRD SCIENCE
The Unexplained —
Explained by Science
by Michael White

      SECRETS OF COLD WAR TECHNOLOGY
Project HAARP and Beyond
by Gerry Vassllatos

      THE LOW-CARB ANTI-AGING DIET
Slow Aging and Lose Weight with
this Insulin-Smart Anti-Aging Lifestyle
by John Morgen thaler and Mia Simms

      ICONS OF EVOLUTION
Science or Myth?
Why much of what we teach
about evolution is wrong
by Jonathan Wells

      LOST SCIENCE

      QUACK!

      BODY BAZAAR

      REMARKABLE LUMINOUS PHENOMENA
IN NATURE

      101 THINGS YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT SCIENCE
AND NO ONE ELSE DOES EITHER

      OWNING THE FUTURE

      MAN-MADE UFOS 1944-1994
50 Years of Suppression
by Renato Vesco and David Hatcher Childress

      AGAINST THE GRAIN
Biotechnology and the Corporate Takeover
of Your Food

      ALTERNATIVE SCIENCE
Challenging the Myths of
the Scientific Establishment
by Richard Milton

      BIOLOGICAL ANOMALIES: HUMANS I

      BIOLOGICAL ANOMALIES: HUMANS II
A Catalog of Biological Anomalies
Compiled by William R. Corliss

      SCIENCE FRONTIERS

      ANGELS DON’T PLAY THIS HAARP
Advances in Tesla Technology
by Dr. Nick Begich and Jeane Manning

      FREE ENERGY PIONEER:
John Worrell Keely
by Theo Paijmans

      BIOLOGICAL ANOMALIES: HUMANS III

      SHATTERING THE MYTHS OF DARWINISM

      THE FREE-ENERGY DEVICE HANDBOOK
A Compilation of Patents & Reports
Compiled by David Hatcher Childress

      THE FANTASTIC INVENTIONS OF NIKOLA TESLA
by Nikola Tesla,
with additional material by David Hatcher Childress

      BIOLOGICAL ANOMALIES: MAMMALS I
A Catalog of Biological Anomalies
Edited by William R. Corliss

      BIOLOGICAL ANOMALIES: MAMMALS II

      THE UNIVERSE NEXT DOOR
The Making of Tomorrow’s Science
by Marcus Chown

      SELL YOURSELF TO SCIENCE
The Complete Guide
to Selling Your Organs,
Body Fluids, and Being a Human Guinea Pig
by Jim Hogshire

      THE STRUCTURE
OF SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTIONS
Third Edition
by Thomas S. Kuhn

      HOW TO SAVE YOUR TEETH
Toxic-Free Preventive Dentistry
by David Kennedy, D.D.S.

      THE SKEPTICAL ENVIRONMENTALIST
Measuring the Real State of the World
by Bjorn Lomborg

      PRODIGAL GENIUS
The Life of Nikola Tesla
by John J. O’Neill

      THE CHELATION WAY
The Complete Book of Chelation Therapy
How to Use Chelation Therapy to Reverse
Hardening of the Arteries and
Prevent Degenerative Diseases
by Dr. Morton Walker

    Computers

      Introduction

      THE HAPPY HACKER
4TH EDITION
by Carolyn P. Memel

      BYTE WARS

      VIRUSES REVEALED

      THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK
OF EMAIL VIRUSES
by Mark Allen Ludwig

      ÜBERHACKER!

      THE HACKER DIARIES
Confessions of Teenage Hackers
by Dan Verton

      SECRET SOFTWARE

      FREEWARE ENCRYPTION
AND SECURITY PROGRAMS
Protecting Your Computer and Your Privacy
by Michael Chesbro

      WEB HACKING
Attacks and Defense
</strong> by Stuart McClure, Saumil Shah,
and Shreeraj Shah

      HACKERS BEWARE
Defending Your Network from the Wiley Hacker
by Eric Cole

      BUILD, UPGRADE, AND REPAIR YOUR COMPUTER

      THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO E-SECURITY
Using the Internet and E-Mail
Without Losing Your Privacy
by Michael Chesbro

      STEAL THIS COMPUTER BOOK 2
What They Won’t Tell You About the Internet
by Wallace Wang

      THE GIANT BLACK BOOK
OF COMPUTER VIRUSES
by Mark Ludwig

      HACKER’S CHALLENGE
Test Your Incident Response Skills
Using 20 Scenarios
by Mike Schiffman

      SECRETS OF A SUPER HACKER

      THE ULTIMATE INTERNET TERRORIST
How Hackers, Geeks, and Phreaks Can Ruin Your
Trip on the Information Superhighway...
and What You Can Do to Protect Yourself
by Robert Merkle

      CYBERSHOCK

      FORBIDDEN SECRETS OF

      THE ULTIMATE INTERNET OUTLAW
How Surfers Steal Sex, Software, CDs, Games,
and More Top-Secret Stuff
on the Information Superhighway
by Robert Merkle

      BYTE ME!

      THE INTERNET PREDATOR

      APPLIED CRYPTOGRAPHY
Protocols, Algorithms, and Source Code in C
by Bruce Schneier

      HACKING EXPOSED
Network Security Secrets & Solutions,
Third Edition

      INFORMATION WARFARE
How to Survive Cyber Attacks
by Michael Erbschloe

      SECURITY ARCHITECTURE
Design, Deployment & Operations
</strong> by Christopher M. King, Curtis E. Dalton,
and E. Ertem Osmanoglu

    HERESY/WEIRD IDEAS

      Introduction

      SATAN SPEAKS!

      ECCENTRIC LIVES
AND PECULIAR NOTIONS
by John Michell

      THE RACE TO THE BOTTOM
Why a Worldwide Worker Surplus and
Uncontrolled Free Trade
are Sinking American Living Standards
by Alan Tonelson

      THE DISADVANTAGES OF BEING EDUCATED
And Other Essays
by Albert Jay Nock

      UNCIVIL WARS
The Controversy Over Reparations for Slavery
by David Horowitz

      DEMONS OF THE MODERN WORLD

      RUNNING ON EMPTINESS
The Pathology of Civilization
by John Zerzan

      SHIT MAGNET
One Man’s Miraculous Ability to Absorb

      MILK
The Deadly Poison
by Robert Cohen

      ODD GODS
New Religions and the Cult Controversy
Edited by James R. Lewis

      THE CAMP OF THE SAINTS

      THE CHURCH OF SATAN
A History of the World’s Most Notorious Religion
by Blanche Barton

      YOUR OWN PERFECT MEDICINE
The Incredible Proven Natural Miracle Cure That
Medical Science Has Never Revealed!

      THE SATANIC BIBLE

      LUCIFER’S LEXICON

      SEX, DRUGS, & THE TWINKIE MURDERS

      SLAUGHTERHOUSE

      THE TURNER DIARIES

      THE PSYCHOPATH’S BIBLE

      100 BANNED BOOKS
Censorship Histories of World Literature
by Nicholas J. Karolides, Margaret Bald
and Dawn B. Sova

      APOCALYPSE CULTURE II
The Sequel to Adam Parfrey’s
Underground Phenomenon
Adam Parfrey

      WHY ATHEISM?

      THE ALMOST UNPUBLISHED LENNY BRUCE

      THE WATCHDOGS
A close look at
Anti-Racist “Watchdog” Groups
by Laird Wilcox

      AGAINST CIVILIZATION
Readings and Reflections
Edited by John Zerzan

      STRANGE CREATIONS
Aberrant Ideas of Human Origins from
Ancient Astronauts to Aquatic Apes
by Donna Kossy

      UNDERWATER AND UNDERGROUND BASES

      SEX, DRUGS, VIOLENCE AND THE BIBLE
by Chris Bennett and Neil McQueen
Foreword by Richard Cowan

      VAMPIRES OR GODS?
The True Stories of the Ancient Immortals
by William Meyers

      GAUNTLET #19

      GAUNTLET #7
Exploring the Limits of Free Expression
Edited by Barry Hoffman

      PRANKS!

    Outlaw History

      Introduction

      THE CIA’S GREATEST HITS
6th Printing — The Real Story Series
by Mark Zepezauer

      HUMAN HISTORY

      HOW WAL*MART IS DESTROYING AMERICA
(AND THE WORLD)
And What You Can Do About It
Revised & Updated
by Bill Quinn

      WHAT EVERY AMERICAN SHOULD KNOW
ABOUT THE MID EAST AND OIL
by James M. Day

      A PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1492 — PRESENT

      A QUICK & DIRTY GUIDE TO WAR
Briefings on Present and Potential Wars
by James F. Dunnigan & Austin Bay

      THE FIRST AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Before Lexington and Concord
by Ray Raphael

      GHOST ARMY OF WW II

      THE JESUS PUZZLE

      THE PSYCHEDELIC SACRAMENT

      REVISIONIST VIEWPOINTS
Essays in a Dissident Historical Tradition
by James J. Martin

      THE ISRAELI HOLOCAUST
AGAINST THE PALESTINIANS
A chronicle of war*crimes and atrocities
against people judged less than human
by the U.S. government and media
by Michael Hoffman and Moshe Lieberman

      LIES ACROSS AMERICA
What Our Historic Sites Get Wrong
by James W. Loewen

      MIND CONTROL, WORLD CONTROL

      THE HOLOCAUST INDUSTRY
Reflections on the Exploitation
of Jewish Suffering
by Norman G. Finkelstein

      PEDOPHILES ON PARADE

      DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS OF THE VIETNAM WAR
Military Information

      THE REDNECK MANIFESTO
America’s Scapegoats: How We Got That Way
and Why We’re Not Going to Take It Any More
by Jim Goad

      SECRET AND SUPPRESSED
Banned Ideas & Hidden History
Edited by Jim Keith

      HISTORY OF SHIT

      THE CHRIST MYTH

      DID JESUS EXIST?
Revised Edition
by G.A. Wells

      THE HISTORICAL EVIDENCE FOR JESUS

      EXTRAORDINARY POPULAR DELUSIONS
and the Madness of Crowds
by Charles Mackay

      DECONSTRUCTING JESUS

      HOW HITLER COULD HAVE WON
WORLD WAR II

      VINDICATING THE FOUNDERS
Race, Sex, Class, and Justice
in the Origins of America
by Thomas G. West

      ANCIENT STRUCTURES
Remarkable Pyramids, Forts,
Towers, Stone Chambers,
Cities, Complexes
Compiled by William R. Corliss

      WHEN CORPORATIONS RULE THE WORLD
New Edition
by David C. Korten

      BLACK CONFEDERATES AND AFRO-YANKEES
IN CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA
by Ervin L. Jordan, Jr.

      DARK ALLIANCE
The CIA, The Contras, and
the Crack Cocaine Explosion
by Gary Webb

      WHITE SLAVES, AFRICAN MASTERS
An Anthology of American Barbary
Captivity Narratives

      THE CONSPIRACY READER

      DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS OF WORLD WAR II
Military Information No One Told You About
the Greatest, Most Terrible War in History
by James F. Dunnigan and Albert A. Noil

      DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS
Military Information You’re Not Supposed
to Know
by James F. Dunnigan and Albert A. Nofl

      THE INCREDIBLE INTERNET GUIDE
TO SCANDALS & CONSPIRACIES
by Peter J. Weber

      THE CREATURE FROM JEKYLL ISLAND
A Second Look at the Federal Reserve
by G. Edward Griffin

      BIBLE OF BIBLES
Or: Twenty-seven Divine Revelations
by Kersey Graves

      FORGERY IN CHRISTIANITY
A Documented Record of the Foundations
of the Christian Religion
by Joseph Wheless

      THE SOUTH WAS RIGHT!
by James Ronald Kennedy
and Walter Donald Kennedy

      TAKE THE RICH OFF WELFARE
by Mark Zepezauer
and Arthur Naiman

      THEY WERE WHITE AND THEY WERE SLAVES
The Untold History of the Enslavement
of Whites in Early America
by Michael A. Hoffman II

      THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A CRIMINAL

      THE OCCULT TECHNOLOGY OF POWER

      CURIOUS MYTHS OF THE MIDDLE AGES

      TIME ON THE CROSS

      ANCIENT MAN: A HANDBOOK
OF PUZZLING ARTIFACTS
Compiled by William R. Corliss

      THE CHRIST CONSPIRACY
The Greatest Story Ever Sold
by Acharya S

      THE RAPE OF THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION

      CONSPIRANOIA!

      ANCIENT INFRASTRUCTURE
Remarkable Roads, Mines, Walls,
Mounds, Stone Circles

      A Catalog of Archeological Anomalies

      HONOR AMONG THIEVES

      THE WORLD’S SIXTEEN CRUCIFIED SAVIORS
or, Christianity Before Christ
by Kersey Graves

      BANDITS
Revised with a new Introduction by the author
Eric Hobsbawm

      BIBLE MYTHS AND THEIR PARALLELLS
IN OTHER RELIGIONS
byT.W. Doane

      CONFESSIONS OF A HOLOCAUST REVISIONIST, PART I

      LIES MY Teacher told me

      YOU CAN’T WIN

    Anarchism & Egoism

      Introduction

      AGAINST METHOD
Outline of an Anarchistic Theory of Knowledge
by Paul Feyerabend

      MEN AGAINST TH ESTATE
The Expositors of Individualist
Anarchism in America 1827-1908
by James J. Martin

      CAMP 38
Current Model
of Northern European Lifestyle
Before Christianity
by Jill von Konen

      COMMUNITY TECHNOLOGY
by Karl Hess
With an Introduction by Carol Moore

      THE BREAKDOWN OF NATIONS

      STEALTH JUROR
The Ultimate Defense Against Bad Laws
and Government Tyranny

      MURDER AT THE CONSPIRACY CONVENTION
And Other American Absurdities

      THE BALLAD OF CARL DREGA

      ANARCHIC HARMONY
The Spirituality of Social Disobedience
by William J Murray

      UNCONDITIONAL FREEDOM
Social Revolution through
Individual Empowerment
by William J Murray

      STEAL THIS BOOK

      NATIVE AMERICAN ANARCHISM

      PHILOSOPHY IN THE BEDROOM
With Justine, Eugenie de Fravnel,
and other writings
by the Marquis de Sade

      NATURAL LAW
Or Don’t Put a Rubber on Your Willy
by Robert Anton Wilson

      RESIST NOT EVIL
by Clarence S. Darrow

      GOD AND THE STATE

      ALL-AMERICAN ANARCHIST
Joseph A. Labadie and the Labor Movement
by Carlotta R. Anderson

      IT USUALLY BEGINS WITH AYN RAND
A Libertarian Odyssey
by Jerome Tuccille

      LYSANDER SPOONER READER

      THE MYTH OF NATURAL RIGHTS

      ANARCHISM
Arguments For And Against
by Albert Meltzer

      ENCYCLOPEDIA OF POLITICAL ANARCHY

      OUR ENEMY, THE STATE

      CRYPTO ANARCHY, CYBERSTATES,
AND PIRATE UTOPIAS

      SOCIETY AGAINST THE STATE

      THE CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE HANDBOOK
A Brief History and Practical Advice
for the Politically Disenchanted
Edited by James Tracy

      101 THINGS TO DO ’TIL THE REVOLUTION
Ideas and resources for self-liberation,
monkey wrenching and preparedness
by Claire Wolfe

      THE AYN RAND CULT

      BLOODY BILL ANDERSON
The Short, Savage Life
of a Civil War Guerrilla
by Albert Castel
and Thomas Goodrich

      DON’T SHOOT THE BASTARDS (YET)
101 More Ways to Salvage Freedom
by Claire Wolfe

      SEND IN THE WACO KILLERS
Essays on the Freedom Movement, 1993-1998
by Vin Suprynowicz

      HOW TO START YOUR OWN COUNTRY
Revised Second Edition!
by Erwin S. Strauss

      SELECTIONS FROM FREE AMERICA

      HARD CORE
Marginalized by Choice
by Peter J. Nebergall

      THE EGO AND ITS OWN

    Work

      Introduction

      WORK LESS & PLAY MORE

      FINANCIAL FREEDOM NOW
How to Work Less and Live More
by Max Edison

      UN-JOBBING
The Adult Liberation Handbook
Second Edition with revised,
updated and expanded Appendix
by Michael Fogler

      THE OVERWORKED AMERICAN
The Unexpected Decline of Leisure
by Juliet B. Schor

      THE END OF ECONOMIC MAN

      THE TEMP WORKER’S GUIDE
TO SELF-FULFILLMENT
How to slack off, achieve your dreams,
and get paid for it!

      FREEDOM FROM WORK

    Mass Media

      Introduction

      NECESSARY ILLUSIONS Thought Control in Democratic Societies

      INTO THE BUZZSAW Leading Journalists Expose The Myth of a Free Press

      Against Empire

      THE CROWD A Study of the Popular Mind

      YOU ARE BEING LIED TO

      EVERYTHING YOU KNOW IS WRONG
The Disinformation Guide to Secrets and Lies
Edited by Russ Kick

    The Kiwi thought polie try to make sense of the Loompanics Catalogue

    SELF-PUBLISHING

      Introduction

      FEATURE FILMMAKING AT USED-CAR PRICES

      THE SELF-PUBLISHING MANUAL
How to Write, Print & Sell Your Book
by Dan Poynter

      ACCESS TO THE AIRWAVES
My Fight for Free Radio
</strong> by Allan H. Weiner
As told to Anita Louise McCormick

      SEIZING THE AIRWAVES
A Free Radio Handbook

      MAKE A ZINE!

      JAMMING THE MEDIA
A Citizen’s Guide
Reclaiming Tools of Communication
by Gareth Branwyn

      A SIMPLE GUIDE TO SELF-PUBLISHING
A Step-by-Step Handbook to Prepare,
Print, Distribute & Promote Your Own Book,
Third Edition
byMarkOrtman

      PIRATE RADIO OPERATIONS
</strong> by Andrew Yoder and Earl T. Gray

      HOW YOU CAN MANIPULATE THE MEDIA
Guerrilla Methods to Get Your Story Covered
by TV, Radio, and Newspapers
by David Alexander

      THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO SELF-PUBLISHING

      BEFORE YOU SHOOT
A Guide to Low-Budget Film
and Video Production
by Helen Garvy

      REBELS ON THE AIR
An Alternative History of Radio in America
by Jesse Walker

      THE PUBLIC DOMAIN
How to Find & Use Copyright-Free Writings,
Music, Art & More
by Attorney Stephen Fishman

      TAPE OP

    REALITY CREATION

      Introduction

      THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF REALITY

      THE PRESENTATION OF SELF
IN EVERYDAY LIFE
by Erving Goffman

      CORPORATE PREDATORS
The Hunt for Mega-Profits
and the Attack on Democracy
by Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman

      ABRACADABRA!

      HOW TO LIE WITH STATISTICS

    Miscellaneous

      Introduction

      THE WORLD OF CHICK?

      LEVER ACTION
Essays on Liberty
by L. Neil Smith

      THE GAS
A Novel of Sex and Violence
by Charles Platt

      MILABS

      MODERN PAGANS
An Investigation of Contemporary
Pagan Practices
Interviews by V. Vale and John Sulak

      THAT’S DISGUSTING
An Adult Guide to What’s Gross,
Tasteless, Rude, Crude, and Lewd
by Greta Garbage

      GAUNTLET #16

      MICRORADIO & DEMOCRACY
(Low) Power to the People
by Greg Ruggiero

      SHOCKED AND AMAZED!
On and Off the Midway
by James Taylor
and Kathleen Kotcher

      SIDESHOW U.S.A.

      POLITICAL TRASHING

      A NATION OF VICTIMS
The Decay of the American Character
by Charles J. Sykes

      ASSHOLE NO MORE
A Self-Help Guide for Recovering Assholes
— and Their Victims
by Xavier Crement, M.D.

      ASSHOLES FOREVER
How to spot ’em
How to stop ’em
by X. Crement, M.D.

      THE ASSHOLE CONSPIRACY

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Introduction: Loompanics! The Story of the World’s Most Extreme DIY Books

Author: Daz Lawrence

Date: May 30, 2023

Source: <weirdbones.co.uk/loompanics-the-story-of-the-worlds-most-extreme-diy-books/>


Loompanics was your go-to one-stop shop for ‘grey area’ and ‘very black indeed area’ books for thirty years. At this risk of this sounding like one of those cataract-viewed pieces which suggest everything in the old days was better, pre-internet, to find out anything beyond the mainstream, whether it be weird films, bootlegged music, or counterculture books, required a certain amount of digging. This almost always required sending off an SAE to an address that may or may not exist to receive a catalogue of what was available. What you received in return could be little more than a scrawled list of what someone had for sale (think eBay but with crayons) or, if you were lucky, a nice stapled catalogue of a world you didn’t know existed. Tiny typewritten listings of gigs recorded on string and yoghurt pots pressed onto butterscotch-coloured vinyl; 9th-generation video nasties on unmarked video cassettes which required 90 minutes of you pressing the tracking button and swearing/crying; books promising you ways to unpick locks, build a bazooka and decipher codes. What?!

Loompanics was founded by publisher and editor, Mike Hoy, in 1975 in East Lansing, Michigan. A self-proclaimed anarchist, he named the company after National Lampoon magazine, at the time one of the premier vehicles for cutting satire. Thinking ahead, he thought that it may help his advertising in the magazine by incorporating ‘lampoon’, though circumstances meant that the magazine flew the roost well before Mike had dug his nails in.

The aim was always to challenge the norm – to question authority, and the government, and to forge your own path. Above all, it rallied against censorship and asked that people be allowed to have all the information possible to make their own decisions. Initially, Mike published relatively thin volumes written by himself, as well as selling questionable books from other publishers which fit in with his own mindset. The business grew to the extent that larger premises and distribution were required and in 1982 he moved the business to Port Townsend, Washington, on the recommendation of his friend, R. W. Bradford, future publisher of Liberty magazine. By now, Hoy was being sent manuscripts directly from authors and had developed a catalogue of books which covered an extraordinary variety of subjects but always written with great care and knowledge – usually as the writer had significant personal experience of their given subject.

Loompanics specialised in non-fiction, in fact, many of the books could be considered ‘do it yourself’ manuals. How to avoid paying tax; how to fake ID; how to hide things (like, REALLY hide things); how to manufacture drugs; how to make your own weapons – these weren’t books you’d ever find in stores. However, it wasn’t all crime, hedonism and illegal practices – there were guides on self-sufficiency, one of Loompanics’ biggest sellers being ‘Rancho Costa Nada: The Dirt Cheap Desert Homestead’ by Phil Garlington, a guide to building a life in the dust by a man who had lived that life through no fault of his own. There were volumes on living sustainable lifestyles – ‘Dumpster Diving – The Advanced Course’; ‘How to Build an Underground House’; ‘How to Disappear Completely and Never be Found’. There were guides to self-publishing; homeschooling; cooking food in the wild; even founding your own country.

Once you’d found Loompanics, you became part of a secret guild. As well as a rather hefty annual catalogue, you’d be sent thinner volumes periodically of recently-published books or pamphlets or those about to sell out. It was quite overwhelming as to where to start and even though you had no intentions, it was difficult to resist learning how to make explosives, pick a lock or read about the lives of obscure eccentrics or religious crackpots.

Of course, Amazon’s limitless inventory means that some of the unwieldy books Loompanics distributed are now easily available (sometimes, admittedly, at a healthy price) – John Fisher’s guides to uninhabited islands; John Q. Newman’sBe Your Own Dick: Private Investigating Made Easy‘, Jan Bondeson’s books on human deformity. Nothing to spook to horses, as such, but books which otherwise were unlikely to be stocked by mainstream bookstores ‘back in the day’. Those that did attract suspicion led to Hoy being investigated and interviewed by both police in Europe and the FBI – he was found to have committed no crime in publishing the books in both cases. “Sold for information purposes only!” was regularly emblazoned on both books and their catalogues, a bit like ‘Have I Got News for You’s’ use of ‘allegedly’ – unlikely to help much in court but better than nothing.

In 2006, Mike Hoy called it a day. Ironically, the ability to advertise his wares to millions more potential customers was stifled quickly by Amazon, eBay and Google, who weren’t risking having any books which might get them into trouble on their platforms. In any case, the secret information contained within much of his inventory was now free for all to read on the internet without so much as a self-addressed envelope required. At 60 years of age, Hoy was unwilling to adapt to a digital world and his stock was sold off to both individuals and other publishers.

Hoy was once asked what he thought the implications were of a child getting hold of one of his books on drug manufacture:

In the first place, I do not sell to fourth graders, but for the sake of argument, let’s say that I did sell a copy of ‘Secrets of Meth’ to a 9-year-old – what could the “harm” possibly be? Here is a brief excerpt from that book:

‘Another way of doing the electric cell method of turning the propenyl benzene into phenylacetone is given in the Journal of Organic Chemistry article, Volume 49. If, at the conclusion of passing current through the reaction mixture, a little 1% solution of sulfuric acid is added and stirred for an hour, the product of the cell in 98% yield of the same glycol by the formic acid and peroxide method.’

That is from page 72. Now, I submit that if we had a fourth grader who could actually understand that passage, what we ought to do is give that kid a state-of-the-art laboratory and get the hell out of his way. A guy like that might discover a cure for cancer, or something. A phenom like that ought to be encouraged to study chemistry.”

Daz Lawrence

Fill your Loompanic boots here!


1991 Main Catalog


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1991 Dealer Catalog

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INTRODUCTION

Loompanics Unlimited is publisher of the world’s most controversial and unusual books: non-fiction and how-to for anarchists, survivalists, iconoclasts, mercenaries, investigators, drop-outs, researchers and just about anyone interested in the strange, the useful, the arcane, the oddball, the unusual, the unique, and the diabolical. If your customers long for something different, they will appreciate the wide range of subject matter we offer.

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We publish about 24 titles a year, with announcements of new releases every two months. Please watch for our Dealer Updates and flyers.

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CONTENTS

Coming Soon

The Counterculture

Dropping Out

Computers

Underground Economy

Drugs

Privacy

I.D

Surveillance

Investigations

Locks

Self-Defense

Crime

Weapons

Murder & Torture

Revenge

Ordering Information

Subsidiary Rights

Distributors

Index by Title............... back cover

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INDEX BY TITLE

Abolition of Work, The
Anarchist's Guide to the BBS, The
Armed Defense

B & E Book, The
Basement Nukes
Beggar's Handbook, The
Best Book Catalog in the World
Big Book of Secret Hiding Places, The
Birth Certificate Fraud
Black Market Operations
Black Markets Around Ihe World
Bodyguarding
Building With Junk

Check Fraud Investigation
Close Shaves
Code Book, The, Third Edition
Code Making and Code Breaking
Comparative Data. State and Provincial Licensing Systems
Complete Guide to Gun Shows, The
Complete Guide to Lock Picking, The
Computer Underground. The
Computer-Related Crime
Construction & Operation of Clandestine Drug Laboratories
Counterfeit Currency
Counterfeit I.D. Made Easy
Covert Surveillance 4 Electronic Penetration
Credit Card Fraud
Crimes Involving Poisons
Criminal Justice
Crimmai Use of False Identification. The
Curious Punishments of Bygone Days

Directory of U.S. Mail Drops. 1991-92 Edition
Disruptive Terrorism

Eden Seeker's Guide. The
Escape From Controlled Custody
Execution

Fighting Back on the Job
Frauds. Rip-Offs 4 Con Games
Fraudulent Credentials
Freedom Road
Freelance Writer’s Handbook

Gemtology
Getaway
Gening Started in the Illicit Drug Business
Getting Started in the Underground Economy
Great Hideouts of the West
Guerrilla Capitalism

Handbook of Vital Records Information
Heavy Duty New Identity. The
Hidden Economy. The
Home Workshop Explosives
Homemade Guns and Homemade Ammo
Homicide Investigation
Howto Beat Honesty Tests
Howto Bury Your Goods
How to Buy Land Cheap, Fourth Edition
How to Collect illegal Debts
How to Disappear Completely & Never Be Found
How to Do Business Oft the Books
How to Find Missing Persons
How to Get ID In Canada, Third Edition
How to Get Lost & Start All Over Again
How to Make Cash Money at Swep Meets. Flea Markets. Etc
How to Make Your Own Professional Lock Tools. Vol 1
How to Make Your Own Professional Lock Tools. Vol 1-3
How to Make Your Own Professional Lock Tools, Vol 1-4
How to Make Your Own Professional Lock Tools. Vol 2
How to Maka Your Own Professional Lock Tools. Vo! 3
How to Make Your Own Professional Lock Tools. Vol 4
How to Start Your Own Country. Second Edition
How to Survive a Nuclear Accident
How to Use Mail Drops for Privacy and Profit
Hunting Humans

Improvised Weapons in American Prisons
Interrogation
Investigative Methods for White Collar Crime

Job Opportunities in the Black Market

Last Frontiers on Earth, The
Lip Reading Made Easy
Loompanics Unlimited Main Catalog
Loompanics' Greatest Hits
Lucifer’s Lexicon

Making Crime Pay
Manuals On Mayhem
Methods of Disguise
Might is Right
Muckracker’s Manual, The
Myth of Natural Rights, The

Native American Anarchism
Natural Law
Night Movements

Occult Technology of Power, The
Organization of Illegal Markets. The
Outlaw's Bible, The

Person-Number Systems of Sweden, Norway, Denmark & Israel
Physical Interrogation Techniques
Poison Pen Letters
Poisoner's Handbook, The
Police Sniper, The
Political Trashing
Practical Guide to Photographic Intelligence. A
Principia Discordia
Professional Kilters
Protective Services
Psychedelic Chemistry

Rants and Incendiary Tracts
Reborn in Canada, Second Edition
Reborn in the USA. Second Edition
Recreational Drugs
Resurrection of Anstrocracy. The
Right to Be Greedy. The
Rip-Off Book. The
Rip-Off Book Volume 2. The

Secret Science of Covert Inks. Th®
Secrets of Methampnetamine Manufacture
Selections from Free America
Selective Assassination
Sex Crimes Investigation
Shadowing and Surveillance
Shelters, Shacks and Shanties
Shoplifting and Employee Theft Investigation
Silencing Sentries
Silent Death
Sling. The
Subterranean Worlds
Subway Survival
Successful Armed Robbery
Survival Bartering
Surviving in Prison
Surviving Major Chemical Accidents
S.W.A.T. Team Operations

Take No Prisoners
Techniques of Burglar Alarm Bypassing
Techniques of Revenge.
Techniques of Safecracking
Techniques of the Professional Pickpocket
Twisted Image
211 Book. The

Undercover Work

Vehicle Theft Investigation
VONU

Who Says Paranoia Isn't “In" Anymore?
Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance
World Power Foundation. The


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by Duncan Long

The market for information writers is booming. Duncan Long shows how you can make good money in technical writing, articles, investigative reports, how-to books, and advertising. The author of more than 30 books and hundreds of articles, he shows you how to find paying markets, how to write proposals that get results, how to get paid before you start writing, and much more. The chapter on research alone will cut your writing time in half while doubling the value of your work. 1991. 514 x 814. 168 pp. soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-066-2.

FREEDOM ROAD

by Harold Hough

Have you dreamed about leaving the rat race but don't know where to start? This book will take you down the road to freedom, one step at a time. It will show you how to make a plan, eliminate your debts, and buy an RV. You'll learn about beautiful places where you can live for free. You'll learn how to make all the money you'll need from your hobbies. And you'll leam how to live a comfortable, healthy lifestyle on just a few dollars a day. Why wait for retirement when you can live a low-cost, high travel lifestyle today? Get on freedom road! 1991, 514 x 814.174 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-067-0.

CHECK FRAUD INVESTIGATION

by Burt Rapp

Because check fraud is small-time come. "serial swindlers” are able to move from town to town, passing bad paper wherever they go. Police writer Burt Rapp takes a look at all the techniques of the paperhanger: bouncing checks, stealing checks from banks and print shops, counterfeiting, and much more, including dozens of ruses that get people to accept bogus checks. Also covers money orders, warrants, drafts, even certificates of deposit (CD's). 1991. SW x 814.' 167 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-965-4.

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Our retail catalog is so popular that many bookstores have asked about buying copies for resale. Includes detailed descriptions of more than 700 hard-to-find books and videos on unusual topics. More than 250 large pages crammed with outrageous offerings. Also includes articles, essays and special features commissioned just for the catalog.

Subjects covered include: • The Underground Economy« Moneymaking • Tax Avoision • Privacy • Hiding Things • Fake I.D. • Surveillance • Investigative Skills • Crime • Police Manuals • Frauds & Cons • Computers • Locksmithing • Ninja • Self Defense • Revenge • Guns • Silencers • Bombs • Guerrilla Warfare • Murder • Survival • Self-Sufficiency • Homemade Shelter • Life Extension • Paralegal Skills • Sex • Drugs • Rock'n'Roll • Intelligence Increase • Science Frontiers • Heresy » Anarchism • Reality Creation • Mass Media • Self Publishing • And Much. Much Morel You simply must see it to believe it! 1991. 8-1/2 x 11. 254 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

THE COUNTERCULTURE

THS ABOLITION OF WORK

and oin« essa»»

"BriiBtmilv funny-. Prmioetuise— Visionary-" — Booklist

"Many readers will enjoy this unique and Brdy pasting of many things deserving it- "

— The Small Press Book Review

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outrageous and refreshing... ~

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“Those who do enjoy being challenged to think are herewith urged to buy this book udthout delay."

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— MalUfe

THE ABOLITION OF WORK

by Bob Black

Bob Slack's opposition io work has landed him on the pages of USA Today, ne Wall Street Journal, and The Village Voice, among others. His writings have appeared in hundreds of counter-culture publications. The title essay in this collection is probably the most well-thought-out condemnation ol wage labor ever to appear in print. The other essays are equally provocative and include the now-famous “Feminism as Fascism" and “Theses on Groucho Marxism.” 1986. 5’4 x 8W. 159 pp, soft cover. ISBN 0-915179-41-5.

RANTS AND INCENDIARY TRACTS

Edited by Bob Black & Adam Partrey

Subtitled “Voices of Desperate Illumination 1558 to Present," Hants end Incendiary Tracts is a collection of very loud outcries from very disturbed writers. Timothy Leary, the Marquis de Sade. Judge Roy Bean. Ezra Pound, Wilhelm Reich, the Ayatollah Khomeini, Max Stlrner, Valerie Solanas. Rabbi Meir Kahane. Anton Szandor La Vey. Kerry Wendell Thornley. Earth First!, and dozens more. “Why is a rant so important? Because no one dares speak his mind anymore." 1989, 5% x 814, 220 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-941693-03-1.

THE RIGHT TO BE GREEDY

®he Higlft Ula 8e (Srcetrç

These» On The Practical Necessity Of Demanding Everything

ot Demanding Everything by For Ourselves

A communist defense of pure greed? Out ol the Situationist movement of the 1970's comes a challenging attempt to reconcile Marxist commu- msm.with capitalist egoism. The authors propose that selfishness is the highest form of communism. that all morality is a form of self-sacnfice. that the true egoist transcends petty materialism tor a more rewarding form of self-fulfillment. One ol the most challenging books you will over read. 1974. 514 x 814. 94 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-35-0.

"Arguably the beat book ever published on the history of Anarchism In the U.S.” — Left Bank Books

“J «old mine- Anwne interested in the mots of free thought will be rewarded by reading «."—Claustrophobia

NATIVE AMERICAN ANARCHISM

by Eunice Minette Schuster

The history of anarchism tn the Uniteo States from colonial times to the early 20th Century. Covers the abolitionists, women's rights movements, supporters of reproductive and sexual freedom, pacifist ana anti-war movements, alternative communities and much more. 1932. 5'w x 814. 202 pp. soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-94-6.

“A prophetic ttaempl at dMmwtg a coming utopia," —
TbeEgost

"(Evans! forges. Bke a sword a svmhesB of left. and right»
wing critiques—“ —
Small Frkm Review

THE RESURRECTION OF ARISTOCRACY

by Rudolph Carlyle Evans

Not everyone dreams of a "kinder, gentler”
world — especially not Rudolph Carlyle Evans.
His book is a call lor a new feudalism where a
warrior elite will dominate the masses without
apology. Stunning, frightening and inspir-
ing.1988. 514 X 814.328 pp. soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-71-7.

O 94117

SELECTIONS FROM FREE AMERICA

by Bolton Hall

Bolton Halt was a pioneer in "alternative economics" at the turn of the century. One of the most creative thinkers of his time, he rubbed elbows with the likes of Emma Goldman and Benjamin Tucker. These 20 essays cover subjects such as taxes, co-operative living, potitical reform, money reform, monopolies, free trade, and much more, including an introduction by Mark Sullivan. 514 x 814, 199 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-65-2.

Segnar Kcbbearb

“Redbeard's vulgar (but eloquent! bombast, for all its affeaaaon. is a purgative, clauamg the mental system with its roughage— “ — SmaU Press Review

MIGHT IS RIGHT

by Ragnar Redbeard

An egoist classic, Might Is (tight is a tireless, juicy rant against both political and moral rights. The world is governed by farce, not by genteel political or religious creeds, and the rule of Power is just natural, and will never be changea by ideologues. Those who have enjoyed Nietzsche and Stimer will not want to miss this exciting work, which includes an introduction by S.E. Parker. 1984. 5'A x 8%. 154 pp. solt cover. ISBN 0-915179-12-1.

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"An underground classic that's in a class by iisef."

—Small Pres« Notes

"_i/ you’ve got a funnvbone, this'll lickte it pink."

—Amazing Stories

"Al least once a week someone comet in and oda for this book.”

—Abrakadabra■

PRINCIPIA DISCORDIA

or How I Found the Godden and What I Did To Her When I Found Her

by Malactypae the Younger

Is it a joke disguised as a religion, or a religion disguised as a joke? This Is the official bible of the Dlscordian religion, which worships Eris. Goddess of Chaos. A classic of guerrilla ontology, includes an introduction by Robert Anton Wilson. 1980, 554 x 8%. 100 pp. illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 1-55950-040-9.

'Wital ir an ‘Culla»' who debunks — nay, demolishes — ite idea of natural righisi laws-”

—FREFANZINE.

NATURAL LAW

or Don’t Put a Rubber on Your Willy

by Robert Anton Wilson

A continuing episode in the critique of natural rights theories started by L.A. Rollins The Myth of Natural

Rights, Wilson lets fly at Murray Rothbard. George Smith. Samuel Konkin and other purveyors of the "claim that some sort of metaphysical entity called a ‘right' resides in a human being like a ‘ghost' residing in a haunted house." An entertaining, informative and well-thought-out book that should be read by anyone who has ever bean attracted to any ideology. 1987. S!4 x 8». 72 pp. soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-61-X

".<» engrossing lour of Inner Earth"

—Sdence Frontiers

“For those who hare enjoyed Ike Hobbit. Lord of the Rings, and similar alts Kaftan- Hihkei offer a stmewhat feasible explanation oft- the theory oft « hollow earth and sublet*- ratteen civilizasiQns,“

—Bookie

“This book ft written in such an exciting wgy rta I wanted to find various underground beasties. And that is the author's magtci“

—Fme

SUBTERRANEAN WORLDS

by Walter Kafton-MlnM

A delightful work tracing the histories of hollow earth theories to their origins. A journey into the human imagination as much as a journey to the center at the earth. Includes dozens of rare photographs and drawings. An excellent book for both teens and adults. 1S89. 7 x 9.306 pp. illustrated, soft covar.

ISBN 1-55950-015-8.

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THE OCCULT TECHNOLOGY OF POWER

by Alpine Enterprise

This book is reads like Machiavelli's Tha Prince edited tor the 20th Century. A masterpiece of conspiracy theory, it provides detailed instructions for achieving and maintaining total power over society. Knowledge • Power • Finance Capitalism « Politics • Education • Secret Societies • And more, including an excellent bibliography. Fascinating stuff! 1974,6 x 9.62 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-009-3.

“A devastating antidote to Rothbard's The Ethics of Liberty." —Jeff RIggenta*

THE MYTH OF NATURAL RIGHTS

by LA. Rollin*

In this seminal work. LA Rollins effectively demolishes the myth of “natural rights." He exposes the “bleeding heart libertarians" who promote these rights, including Ayn Rand, Murray Rothbard. Tibor Machan, Samuel Konkin and others. Rollins dissects the arguments for natural rights, cutting through the faulty logic to the core of libertarian dogma. An Important book for libertarians who take their ideas seriously. 1983. 5'4 x SVt. 50 pp. soft cover. ISBN 1-55950-007-7.

’A joy a read.” —Liberty

“Lucifer's Lexicon is great stuff” —New Libertsrisa

“Don't deny yourself these extraordinary puns and «ata- "

—taspiracy

LUCIFER'S LEXICON

by LA. Rollin

In the spirit of Ambrose Bierce's The Dewi's Dictionary, this is the first collection of Rollins' biting definitions and aphorisms which have singed the pages of many libertarian periodicals. A deliciously satirical piece of work. 1987, 554 x 854,135 pp. soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-13-1.

“4 shocker!“—Ubestf Loves Library

THE WORLD POWER FOUNDATION

It* Goal* and Platform

by Harold Thoma*

Certainly the most reactionary book ever written. A group of millionaires plot to create a world where they are the masters and everyone else is either a slave or dinner: "Ultimately, everything is food, so the greatest sin is to waste it and the greatest folly is not to recognize it." Beyond Nietzsche, beyond Machiavelli, beyond even the Marquis de Sada. 1980, 554 X 854, 90 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-002-6.

Dropping Out

SHELTERS, SHACKS AND SHANTIES

by D.C. Beard

A fascinating book with over 300 pen and Ink illustrations and step-by-step instructions for building various types of shelters. Fallen tree shelters • Indian wickiups • sod houses • elevated shacks and shanties • tree houses • caches • railroad tie shacks • pole houses • log cabins * and many more. One of the great classics of outdoor lore. 1914,5 x 7,259 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-69-5.

CREST
HIDEOUTS
OF THE WEST

Shelters, Shacks and Shanties

D. C. Beard

“We tkomughly enjoyed this book aid give it the high sign of approval" — Mongo Stack

GREAT HIDEOUTS OF THE WEST

by Bill Kaysing

An idea book for living free, this is a guide to imaginative hideouts in eleven western states and Canada. Caves, treehouses, cabins, mines, ghost towns, bams, warehouses, islands — even moveable hideouts like RVs and boats are covered. The needs for hideout survival are also covered, including food, water, clothing, cooking, bathing, security and communications. You never know when you might need a hideout. 1987. 5’4 x 8!4. 170 pp, heavily illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-82-8.

“You have to see this book for yourself.” — Inter- neikusal Brotherhood of Mercenaries

THE LAST FRONTIERS ON EARTH

Strang« Places Where You Can Uve Fr««

by John Fisher

This amazing book discusses living in Antarctica. on floating icebergs, on platforms in the ocean, underwater, as a nomad, in an airship, and much more. For each place, the author considers cost of living, the availability of food and shelter, the climate and other important factors. There are places where you can live free — if you’re determined. 1985. 5’4 x 84 125 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-24-5.

VO.NU

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■y hnndv source of information on feiling trees. splitting logs, making shakes, —and wmous npes of pumeemg skids." — Amerfcsa Survival Guide

VONU

The Search tor Personal Freedom

by Rayo, edited by Jon Fisher

Rayo was an early pioneer of libertarian theory. He coined the term “vonu" (invulnerability to coercion) and discussed non-political means of achieving freedom here and now. This collection of articles draws on Rayo's experiences as a van nomad and wilderness dweller. Loaded with practical information on how to squat on public or private lands and live well in the wild. 1983.5H x 8». 112 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-96-2.

’The advice is detailed, true, fill of wit. “ — Whole Earth Ecolog

“...for home handypersons and prospective

_ Booklist

“One person’s Junk may be tmoiher person’s

haute.- and Broadstmt tells how. A handy I

book."

— The Arkansas Gazette

“It’s all here in this book."

—HOME Magazbe

BUILDING WITH

And Other Good Stuff

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BUILDING WITH JUNK

And Other Good Stuff

by Jim Broadstnot

A complete guide to building and remodeling using recycled materials. Millions of dollars worth of building materials are thrown away every day. This book shows how to find, store and use this good stuff. Covers floors, ceilings, walls, foundations, roofs, plumbing, wiring, utilities, windows, doors, cabinetry, trim, insulation, appliances, furniture—even solar powerl 1990,8» x 11,159 pp, illustrated, hard cover.

ISBN 1-55950-036-0.

HOW TO BUY LAND CHEAP

Fourth Edition

by Edward Preston

Now in its Fourth Edition, this is the bible of bargain-basement land buying. The author bought 8 lots for a total sum of $25. He snows you how to buy good land all over the country lor not much more. This book takes you through a step- by-step process for 1) finding cheap land 2) evaluating it 3) bidding on it 4) closing the deal. Addresses for hundreds of sources are provided, along with proven form letter* that get results. You can buy land for toss than the cost of a night out — this book shows how. 1991, 5’4 x 8’4. 146 pp. illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 1-55950-064-6.

HowTo

Buy Land

CHEAP

Edward Preston

HOW TO START YOUR OWN’ COUNTRY

’There’s hope for you would-be potentates.“ — The Straight Dope by Cedi arfaww,

HOW TO START YOUR OWN COUNTRY

Second Edition

by Erwin S. Strauss

Start your own country’ Yes! This book tells the story of dozens of new country projects and explains the options available to those who went to start a country of their own. Covers diplomacy, national defense, sovereignty, raising funds, recruiting settlers, and more, including names and addresses of current projects. Over 100 page* of fascinating case histories illustrated with dozens of rare photos. Second Edition. 1984, 5'4 X 8'4, 174 pp, illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 0915179-01-6.

"Anyone looking for thru peal escape for more than just a visit will do well to read this down-home, fact-filled sampling of suggestions.” —Book Reader

THE EDEN SEEKER'S GUIDE

Edited by William L Soany

A cornucopia of articles on where you can go to live The Good Life — and how to get there — from people who know. How to Leave the City • How to Make a Living in the Country • The Best Places to Live in the U.SA. • Affordable Hawaii • The Ozarks • Best of the West • Costa Rica • Oregon • Living on an Island • And Mora — including information on how to buy rural property. Get started on the road to your own personal Eden. 1989. 5'4 x 8'4 169 pp. soft cover. ISBN 0-915179-89-X.

Computers

"4 guile io the 'underworld' of bulletin board
systems.**

— Personal Computer Magazine

"The Anarchist's Guide to the BBSistke book
to read if you're looking for a gmind-letiet
entrance to the tnmUe work! of electronic

— Anarchy

“The Anarchist’s Guide to the BBSls essentia!
for anyone who has
verboten btfomation to
share with others.’'

— Mongo Slack

THE ANARCHISTS GUIDE TO THE BBS

by Keith Wade

A fascinating journey Into the world of computer Bulletin Board Systems.
Tells you how to use bulletin boards, how to find the best of them and how
to start one of your own. The author is a computer security expert. He lakes
you on a lively tour of an invisible electronic universe. What you find there
will surprise youl 1990.5'A x 8K. 94 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 1-5595O-O37-9.


"The Computer Undergroiuui is a highly detailed and closeup look of computer hacking, piracy, phreaking and crime. **

--Popular Communications

THE COMPUTER UNDERGROUND byM. Hirry

This book should be read by anyone who has personal records on computer files — which is to say everyone, since there are an estimated 50 computer databases that keep track of each and every one of us. This huge book shows the tricks of the computer crook's trade. No other book takes you behind the scenes to meet the computer criminals and show you their methods. 1985, ; 8'4 x it. 280 pp, illustrated, soft cover. ,

ISBN 0-915179-31-8, !


. .. ~ ^riume i* a descriptor of a dozen

ntunKruRiMH different aimutal tedtnigees.“ —- Personal Computer

Magxrine

COMPUTER-RELATED CRIME

by the U.S. Army

This manual was prepared for the exclusive use COMPCTKtt—RELATED Qf (he u s Army c^OTj |me|lig8nca DMsron. |t

provides explicit details on how computer crime _?• Is perpetrated, how to detect it and how to

J®", prevent it Covers Data Diddling • Trojan Horse

• Salami Techniques • Superzapping • Trap ~ Doors • Logic Bombs • Scavenging e Piggy-

~—--------------------- backing « Impersonation e Wiretapping • Simu

lation • And Much More. 1990. 8’4 x 11, 79 pp. " ' illustrated, glossary, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-027-1.

'Tre often wished that every writer submitting material m
us understood and followed the advice Wilson includes
regarding editors. "
— Writers Cecacctioa

FREELANCE WRITER'S HANDBOOK

by James Wilton

Written by author of more than 45 books and
hundreds of magazine articles, this is a realistic
guide to writing for a living. James Wilson tells
you how to avoid being ripped-off while getting
the most money for your efforts. Topics include:
Branching Out to New Markets • Recognizing
Turning Points • How to Handle Editors • Neg-
otiating Contracts with Small and Large Publish-
ers • Getting Paid • And Much Morel 1988.5’4 x
8%, 180 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-70-9.

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UNDERGROUND ECONOMY

JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN THE BLACK MARKET

by Burg»** Laughlin

A complete survey of working conditions in the
U.S. Black Market (the illegal, but victimless,
economy). Covers pay, organization, risks,
advancement, culture, society, prices and bene-
fits. Some of the businesses covered include:
Gambling, Narcotics, Abortion, Pornography,
Loan Sharking, Prostitution. Liquor, and People
Smuggling. Also includes organizational dia-
grams and a glossary of slang. 1978,554 x 8%, 144
pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-004-2.

These businesses are honest — but flfegoi"

— living Free

BLACK MARKETS AROUND THE WORLD

by Burgess Laughlin

The color and drama of illegal but victimless
economic activities around the world are
revealed in this fascinating book. Visit Ireland,
The Netherlands, Sweden, Zambia, Singapore,
Australia, Thailand, Canada, and many more
places where people much like yourself earn
their living by offering products and services that
other people want and are willing to pay for —
but which are declared illegal by their govern-
ments. 1981, 554 x 8». 144 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-003-4.

"A no-holds-bamd guide to the wide open
world of the underground economy. "

— Critique

“The Mmate book on financial privacy. “

— Eden Press

“ifyou belie ve that government regulations are
wise rules set up for the benefit of all of ta and
taxes are our fair shore of common dudes,
thenyou wouldn't want to read this book.”

— Dillinger Relic

GUERRILLA CAPITALISM
How to Practice Free Enterprise
In an Unfree Economy

by Adam Cash

What good is "believing in" free enterprise it you don’t practice it? This book gives you step-by-step instructions on how to do business "off the books": Doing business without a license « Getting customers to pay tn cash • Keeping two sets of books • Investing unreported income • And much more. Highlighted with case histories of successful guerrilla capitalists. 1984.554 x 8%, 172 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-16-4.

THE ORGANIZATION OF
ILLEGAL MARKETS

It is widely believed that monopoly control, based on violence, corruption or risk-spreading, is charactenstic ot the black market in illegal goods and services, such as marijuana and bookmaking. This book refutes that notion, and shows that illegal enterprises are likely to be smaller than their legal counterparts. A fascinating and iconoclastic look at the black market — which reveals more competition than generally exists in legal markets. 1988,854 x 11,54 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-34-2.

HOW TO DO BUSINESS “OFF THE BOOKS"

by Adam Cash

tnGuernlla Capitalism, Adam Cash showed you exactly how millions of Americans are defending themselves against a greedy government by evading taxes. Now he digs aven deeper into the secrets ot the Underground Economy with this amazing book. Learn to keep your underground income "off the books” and deal with (he IRS and others who want to burden you with taxes, fees, licensing requirements, etc. 1986.5W x 854, 156 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-25-3.

THE HIDDEN ECONOMY

The Context and Control of Borderline Crime

by Stuart Henry

This is one of the most unusual books you will ever read — it is about an aspect of the Underground Economy not discussed In other books. It is about people who steal from their employers. There is a social network of petty thievery in every community in the world. This book explores that network: the people, the products, the impact on the economy. Well written and informative. this excellent book was out of print tor many years. 1978,554 x 8'4,206 pp, soft cover. ISBN 0-915179-76-8.

“Bow to run a profitable cask banners either part-time or fitUMra-

— The Whole Work Casto*

HOW TO MAKE CASH MONEY AT SWAP MEETS. FLEA MARKETS, ETC.

by Jordan Cooper

After years of making good money at flea markets, the author lets you in on the secrets of success. What to sell • Transportation • SettingUp • How to Display Your Wares • Pricing * Saving Money on Food • Advertising • Rain and Bad Weather • The IRS • And Much More. 1988, 514 x 814.180 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-82-2.

BLACK MARKET OPERATIONS
Mariretfng Theory end
the Fencing ot Stolen Goods

An examination of the fencing of stolen goods as an example of how the black market functions. Includes how the goods are stored, how they are sold to wholesalers (the fence) and retail customers (the street), how prices are set. how the goods get to market, and much more. 1971,555 x 8'4,102 pp. charts and graphs, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-017-4.

GETTING STARTED IN THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY

by Adam Cash

Every year.billlons of dollars go unreported and untaxed in the Underground Economy — and. contrary to government propaganda, it’s not all drug dealers and criminals, but ordinary Americans like yourself that have chosen to not report all or part of their income. Adam Cash tells you how to ease your way into the tax-free Underground Economy.Soto for informational purposes only. 1987.514 x 854.160 pp, soft cover. ISBN 0-915179-46-6. .

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DRUGS

SECRETS OF METHAMPHETAMINE MANUFACTURE

Revised and Expanded Second Edition

by Uncle Fester

A step-by-step how-to-do-it book on the manufacture of methamphetamine and psychedelic amphetamines. The result of ten years of practical experience. This book is not meant to encourage anyone to break the taw, but it does point out the ultimate futility of government prohibitions of '■controlled substances" by showing just how easily these substances can be manufactured. The second edition includes methods for making MOA and MDMA from plant oils. 1391.5% x 8». 160 pp. illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 1-55950-070-0.

RECREATIONAL DRUGS

by Professor Buzz

The single finest book ever written on the manufacture of recreational drugs. Profusely illustrated, it covers the equipment, techniques and reagents used in the clandestine manufacture of illegal drugs. Procedures for crystallization, chromatography, distillation and reductions are given for the following types of drugs: Amphetamines • Hallucinogens • THC • Analgesics • Hypnotics, Sedatives and Tranquilizers. Also includes detailed instructions tor buying and maxing precursors. Sold tor Informational purposes only. 1989.8'? x 11.166 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-88-1.

PSYCHEDELIC CHEMISTRY

by M/cheaf Valentine SmUfi

The biggest, best, most complete book ever written on how to manufacture psychedelic drugs! Intended only tor those who have a thorough knowledge of advanced lab techniques in organic chemistry. Extracting THC from marijuana. Making LSD. Synthesizing cocaine. Mescaline, harmallne. muscimole and more. Out of print tor years, now available in a revised, updated edition with much new material. 1981.514 x 8'4. 200 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-10-6.

GETTING STARTED IN
THE ILLICIT DRUG BUSINESS

by Harolds. Long

Here Is a nitty-gritty, no bullshit Insider's look at the illegal drug business — the most Had about business in the world. Every facet of getting started in the drug trade is covered, including finding a source of supply, growing your business, packaging for sale, protecting your operation from competitors and the police, staying out of jail, and much more. This is the kind of information you cannot find anywhere else (except at the school of hard knocksj.Sold for informational purposes only. 1988.5’4 x 814.86 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-81-4.

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THE CONSTRUCTION & OPERATION OF
CLANDESTINE DRUG LABORATORIES

by JadtB. Nimble

This book describes, in step-by-step, illustrated detail, how to set-up and run a clandestine drug lab — without getting caught! Jack B. Nimble reveals how to select a location, discusses safety precautions — including how and when to shut down — and gives advice on covering your tracks. Sold tor informational purposes only! 1988,514 x 8’4. 60 pp. Illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-40-7.

PRIVACY

‘The sinpiimly moa comprehensive listing e/
confidential mail drops. A+ in my book!"

— Rebel

"For the mere, spook or moa of the
shadows-“

— Covert Intelligence

'The moa comprehensive directory available "
— Personal Finance

"Husbands, wives, and people who hold
sensitive positions most often resort to otaU
drops in order to carry on their illicit
ajftàs.
It's for these kinds of
chanteurs that the
Directory of U.S. Mail Drops will be of
greatest service"

— Screw Msgatiæ

HOW TO USE MAIL DROPS FOR PRIVACY AND PROFIT

by Jack Luger

Mall drops are the number one most important technique for Insuring your privacy. They are confidential mailing addresses that allow you to receive and send mail anonymously. How to select a mail drop; How to run a mail drop; Dodging creditors; Private safe deposit boxes: Sex in the mail: Fake ID; Financial privacy; Electronic mail drops; “Branch" offices; And much more. 1988, 514 x 8’4112 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-75-X,

DIRECTORY OF U.S. MAIL DROPS

With an Appendix for Foreign Countries
1991-92 Edition

Complied by Michael Hoy

This comprehensive directory lists over 800 companies all over the world who will rent you an unlisted address tor receiving and sending mail. Includes a detailed list of the services each company provides, such as secretariat support, fax service, telephone answering, and much more. Also includes hints on using mail drops for maximum personal and financial privacy. Widely recognized as the finest book of its kind. 1991,814 x 11.62 pp, more than 850 listings, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-063-8.

INVESTIGATIVE METHODS
FOR WHITE COLLAR CRIME
Edited by William B. Moran

This book was originally prepared to assist
prosecutors and police in the investigation of
white collar crime, it reveals in detail how govern-
ment agents gather information, develop evi-
dence, plan for search and seizure. and “link"
suspects to each other. Recommended to anyone
interested in the discovery of shady financial
transactions or other investigative sciences.
1985,514 x 814.112 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-28-6.

HOW TO BEAT “HONESTY" TESTS

by Sneaky Pete

So-called “honesty" tests are now used widely

by employers to screen applicants for jobs and to
test current employees to see if they're harming
the company. This book takes a close look at
these tests. Most honesty tests are provided by
three companies, and they have predictable
patterns. This book will show you how they work
and how to defeat their attempts to probe your
psyche. 1989,514 x 814,46 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-013-1.

THE BIG BOOK OF SECRET HIDING PLACES

by Jack Luger

This is the biggest and best book on concealment of physical objects ever printed! Thlshuge book tells how searchers find hidden contraband and how to hideyourstulf so it can't be found. Topics include where to hide, what to hide and how to hide your stuff. 1988.814 x 11.128 pp, more than 100 illustrations, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-66-0.

-Hits IS MY STASH OF UJOMPAaHcS Books ON HOlO TO SURVIVE-

“A good book," “Pfaneer

HOW TO BURY YOUR GOODS
The Completa Manual of
Long-Term Underground Storage

by Eddie the Wire

A completely illustrated guide to all the in's and out's of underground storage. Burial containers • Proper packaging • Locating a good site • The burial process • Protecting your site from discovery • Finding your site when you need your goods • Burying large machinery and gasoline • And Much Morel You never know when you will need weapons, food and other survival items. 1981.554 x 814.72 pp. illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 0-915179-56-3.

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“If you are interested in disappearing successfully, Ms book can tell you how to avoid being easily found-. An axeltent reference book.“

— Scfenee FkUon Review

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HOW TO FIND MISSING PERSONS

by Ronald George Eriksen 2

“An excellent book

— Tracer Msgpnine

"A must read for those who don't warn m be
found.“

The classic book on hunting down anyone, anywhere. The author is a missing persons investigator who shares his hard-earned tips for finding people who do not want to be found. Shows how to use public and private records to track someone. Includes many practical ruses to get information from those who are unwilling to divulge it An essential book for any investigator, and for those who want to preserve their privacy. 1984.5’4 x a’4.102 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-04-0.

HOW TO DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY & NEVER BE FOUND

by Doug Richmond

Heavy-duty disappearing techniques for those with "a need to knowl”
This amazing book uses real case histories to show how to: • Plan a
disappearance • Arrange tor new t.D. • Avoid leaving a paper trail• Cross
international borders e Cope with the separation from a former life • Even
how to stage a “pseudoclde" (making your disappearance look like death).
Remarkable! 1986. SU x 8’4. 107 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-52-0.

HOW TO GET LOST & START ALL OVER AGAIN

by GeryB. Cinrit

Got money problems? This book will show you
how to solve them and. if that fails, how to run
from them. Includes: Keeping creditors at bay:
The advantages and disadvantages of bank-
ruptcy: Getting money to Get Lost with: Starting
off with a clean slate - - including how to fake a
job history and re-establish credit in your new
name. 1986,5'4 x 854, 138 pp. soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-53-9.

METHODS OF DISGUISE

by John Sample

Here is an incredible, completely illustrated book on how to disguise yourself! Covers everything from "quick-change" methods to long-term, permanent disguises. Includes: how to assemble a pocket disguise kit you can carry with you and use at any time: ways to change your face, body shape, voice, mannerisms, even fingerprints: mail order sources for makeup, wigs, elevator shoes, fake eyeglasses, and much more. More than 139 detailed drawings. Learn to disguise yourself so completely even old friends wont recognize you! 1984,514 x 6'4.133 pp. illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 0-915:79-92-4.

COMPARATIVE DATA

Slate and Provincial Licensing System*
by the US. Government

This hidden gem of a book covers the drivers
licensing procedures for all 50 states and all
Canadian province*. Shows exactly how drivers
licenses are issued, recorded and filed. Includes
Learner’s Permits • Original Drivers Licenses •
Drivers License Renewals • Driver Testing •
Replacements for Lost or Stolen Licenses *
International Drivers Licenses • Non-Oriver ID
cards • Obtaining Driving Records * And Much
More. 8'4 x 11. 136 pp. numerous charts and
tables, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-51-2.

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HANDBOOK OF VITAL RECORDS INFORMATION FOR ATTORNEYS AND WELFARE WORKERS by Anonymous

The birth certificate is the cornerstone document in any set of 1.0., and this tells you everything you’ll ever need to know about it: Confidentiality • How to get official transcripts of birth certificates • Adoptions • Replacement birth certificates • Name changes • And much more. 5’4 x 8%. 82 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-14-8.

Handbook of

Vital Records Informatica for Attorneys and Welfare Worker*

$7.95

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THE PERSON-NUMBER SYSTEMS

OF SWEDEN, NORWAY,
DENMARK & ISRAEL
by the U.S, Gotremmertt

At look at how Big Brother plays in many
Western nations. The "person number" is a
unique identifier assigned to every citizen of a
nation. The government report discusses how
these numbers are created and used by govern-
ments the world over. Essential reading for those
interested matters of IO. 8'4 x 11, 67 pp, tables
and charts, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-36-9.

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THE HEAVY DUTY NEW IDENTITY

by Jahn Q. Newman

Learn what It's realty like living under a new identity, in this hard-hitting book, you’ll meat undercover cops, federal witnesses and fugitives from the law who've tried living the tie of an assumed identity. Newman provides a detailed program for establishing a new identity that will not fail. When there is no other choice — when your life depends on it — get The Heavy Duty Next Identity. 1991. 554 x 8». 69 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-062-X.

REBORN IN THE U.S.A.

“Sands lays out a master pint for— building a new identity, wish cautions on the points where b's easy to uni-iienacnaUy leave a trace. "

— Factsheet Five

Personal Privacy Through a New Identity Second Editton

by Trent Sands

A complete guide to building a new identity in the United States from the ground up. Covers birth certificates, social security card, drivers license, passport, credit cards, and much more. Learn how to thoroughly document your new identity without revealing any information about your former life. 1991. 554 x 854, 121 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-057-3.

“A valuable reference on the poUcies (or lack of them) that «ate and federal agencies fallow in issuing documents." — Privacy journal

THE CRIMINAL USE OF FALSE IDENTIFICATION

by the U.S. Government

Members of the U.S. Congress wanted to understand how fake I.D. is procured and used in the United States, so they conducted an in-depth study and put together this incredible report, □escribes all the criminal uses for fake I.O. and how they work: credit card fraud, welfare fraud, food stamp fraud, insurance fraud, and much more. 1976, 554 x 854, 198 pp, illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 0-915179-05-9.

The Crtnur.il Cse œ
False
Identification

REBORN IN CANADA

Personal Privacy

Through a New Identity

Second Edition
by Trent Sands

A complete guide to building a new identity in Canada from the ground up. Covers birth certificates. drivers license, social insurance card, passport, credit cards, and much more. Learn how to thoroughly document your naw identity without revealing any informMion about your former life. 1991.654 x 854.83 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-058-1.

BIRTH CERTIFICATE FRAUD

by The Inspector General

The birth certificate is the foundation, or breeder document for all other forms of identification in the U.S. The amazing government study shows exactly how birth certificates are obtained under false pretenses, counterfeited, or made from stolen blanks. Includes case histories of fraud by illegal aliens, minors, con artists and lawbreakers. 1988,854 x 11.36 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-85-7

HOW TO GET tD IN CANADA

by Ronald George Eriksen 2 and Mlstar Completely

There are many books available on how to get 1.0. in the United States. Now. you can get documented north of the border, with How to Get I.O. in Canada. Learn how to get these pieces of I.D.: • Birth Certificates • Drivers License • Social Insurance Card • Passport • Secondary I.D. • And much more, including tips on using mail drops and staying free. Third Edition, 1990, 554 x 854,81 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-033-6.

FRAUDULENT CREDENTIALS

by the U.S. Congress

A government manual on phoney degrees, diplomas and academic credentials. Full of fascinating case histories of how doctors and other "professionals'* use lake credentials to engage in businesses they have not been trained or licensed for. Learn how fake diplomas from “Harvard" and "Yale* are bought and sold, and what they're used for. 1985, 6 x 9, 83 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-68-7.

FRAUDULENT
CBBDENT1AL8

COUNTERFEIT I.D. MADE EASY

by Jack Luger

A complete guide to making your own IOI Using common tools and readily-available materials. you can make photo IO cards, drivers licenses, birth certificates, and much more. Includes illustrations of forgery techniguas and tips on using the ID you create. There’s no secret to making great looking ID — not with Counterfeit IJJ. Made Easy! 1990. 554 X 854, 131 pp, illustrated. soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-90-3. -

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Surveillance

A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE

by Harold Hough

A guide to taking and Interpreting surveillance photographs, team how
to: Take useful photos of objects miles away, and determine their
dimensions • Read documents burned to an ash » Take aerial photographs
• Use infrared light to capture invisible images • Develop film anywhere,
anytime • Legally use surveillance photographs for commercial purposes
• And much more, includes actual spy photographs and many helpful
illustrations. 1990,555 x 854,135 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-053-0.

WIRETAPPING ANO ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE

Commission Studies

A gold mine of practical information relating to the nuts and bolts of wiretapping and bugging. Topics include: Audio Eavesdropping • Telephone Wiretapping « Infinity Transmitters • Special Purpose Microphones • Radio Eavesdropping Devices « Wireless Microphone Transmitters • Microwave Devices « Tape Recording Systems • Tracking Systems » And More. Contains surprisingly thorough, illustrated descriptions of a wide variety of electronic surveillance techniques and equipment, 1976,854 x 11. 112 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-005-0.

MADE EASY

EDWARD B. RITCHIE

LIP READING MADE EASY

by Edvard B. Nltchla

Here's a James Bond-type skill every snoop
should be familiar with — "listen-m" on conver-
sations you can't hear! Find out what deals are
being made over seemingly casual lunches.
Eavesdrop to your heart's content, Videotape
now. translate later. Learn secrets — secretly!
The author taught thousands of people to read
lips. His easy-to-use. step-by-step. Illustrated
method enables you to become a creative spy in
just a few short lessons. 1985, 554 x 854. 136 pp,
illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-22-9.

"This is not by any means a 'boy's book on »mapping'bur a serious text“

— Police Marksman

COVERT SURVEILLANCE & ELECTRONIC PENETRATION

Edited by William B. Moran

A how-to-do-it manual for government agents, this book details professional techniques for spying and eavesdropping. Topics covered include: Shadowing & Tailing • Fixed and Mobile Surveillance • Night Vision Devices • Electronic Eavesdropping Devices • Concealed Microphones • Wiretapping • Interception of Computer Data • Telephone Bugging » And Much Morel Is Big Brother watching you? You bet he is — and this book tells you exactly how. 1983, S'A x 854.124 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-20-2.

CODE MAKING
AND CODE BREAKING

by Jack Lugar

Wo Iwa in an information age: information is
bought. sold and stolen like any other good.
Businesses ano individuals are teaming to keen
their secrets safe with this practical, illustrated
guide to building and busting codes. Learn how
to construct simple or complex codes, team how
computers are used to make and break codes.
Learn why the most unbreakable code isn't at*
ways the best Ideal lor those interested in pro-
fessional and personal privacy. 1990, 554 x 854,
125 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-034-4.

“UnuzuMr weU-tmmn. sucarta. easy io fmfi" —
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THE CODE BOOK

Third Edition
byiffchw.EAIaro.’t»

All about unbreakable codes and how to use
them. No prior knowledge of mathematics is
necesuty to understand the easy-to-follow di-
rections. One time pads, modulo based codes,
public key systems, function ciphers, and much
more. Obscura secrets known only to interna-
tional espionage agents and professional crypto-
graphers— now revealed for you to use! 1987.554
x 854, 106 pp. illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 0-
915179-49-2.

THE SECRET SCIENCE OF COVERT INKS

by Ssmusl Rubin

There are many books on codes and secret
writing, but no others on secret inks. The author
has opened his clandestine files to reveal formu-
las, recipes, directions and instructions for
making the most amazing covert inks. Vanishing
inks • Poison Inks • Incendiary and Pyrotechnic
inks • Inks used by Gamblers • Mail Opening
Techniques ® And much more. Over 60 years of
research has been brought together In this mas-
terwork. 1987. 554 x 854. 136 pp. illustrated, soft
cover.

IS8N0-915179-44-X.

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Investigations

Undercover Work

A Complete Handbook

by Burt Rapp

Undercover operation« have acquired a mystique and image of glamour that overshadows how truly grimy they usually are. This book gives the real inside story on how undercover operations are conducted. Contents include: • Getting Started • Training Agents • Establishing Cover * Infiltration • Gaining Confidence • Using Informers • Blackmail • Entrapment • Industrial Espionage • Planting Evidence • Getting Paid « And Much More, 1986,5H x 8%, 143 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-32-6.

SHADOWING AND SURVEILLANCE

A Complete Guidebook

by Burt Bapp

This is a no-nonsense guide to shadowing and surveillance techniques with an emphasis on do-it-yourself, low-support methods. Tailing on foot and in a car • How to lose a tail • Using decoys and disguises • Searching property • Photographic surveillance techniques • How to conduct a stakeout• Electronic surveillance • And much more. 1986. 5'A x 8'.4,136 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-33-4.

BODYGUARDING

by Burt Rapp

A professional, how-to-do-it manual on bodyguarding. Every aspect of protecting the life at the client is discussed in nuts & bolts detail. With over 80 photographs and illustrations, this is the finest manual ever written on the subject. 1988.5» x 8I4.290 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-63-6.

"Otte of those esceprionat books that way
outclass evaythmgelse on the subject "

— Whole Earth Catsto«

~1 consider Ms book to be of gnat Mite to me
and ad persons wuh mmatgaave needs"

— Rebel

Tour Muckraker's Manual has the front
page worn off because is has been read be
investigative reporters from the Cleveland
Haus Dealer to the Columbus Dispatch.
.VfiC
etc. These guys are always borrowing « and
are too cheap to buy their own copy. "

— Bounty Hunter Magazine

THEMUCKRAKER'S MANUAL

How to Do Your Own Investigative Reporting
by M. Harry

How to dig out the dirt on anyone! Written far investigative reporters exposing political corruption, the detailed professional investigative techniques are useful to any investigation. Developing “inside" sources • Getting documents • Incredible ruses that really work • interviewing techniques • Infiltration • When to stop an investigation • Protecting your sources • And much more, including an extensive bibliography. 1984.5’.4 x 8’A. 148 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-03-2.

PROTECTIVE SERVICES

by tho Ü.& Army

A bodyguarding manual that describes the techniques used by the Secret Service and the State Department to protect diplomats and high- ranking officials. Guarding in public places; Securing private residences and offices; Bomb threats; Defensive driving; Trave! security; Secure communications; And more. Including worksheetsand checklists. 1990,8»x 11.140 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950429-8.

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INTERROGATION

A Complete Handbook
by Burt Rapp

A complete manual on interrogation — including how to survive being interrogated. Contents include: The history of interrogation. The basics of effective interrogation. Examination and cross-examination. Why interrogations sometimes fail. And much more. Everything you ever wanted to know about interrogation, but were’ afraid to askl 1987, S'A x 8». 230 pp, soft cover. ISBN 0-915179-59-8,


Locks

of there days."

— Privacy FubBcarions

■techniques of
: SAFECRACKING.

— The Seattle Times

"The most comprehensive book ever written on the subject"

— Phoenix Systems

"Everything you ever wanted to know atout

THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO LOCK PICKING

by Eddie the Wire

This Is the single finest manual on tock picking ever written — over five
years of research went into its preparation. Detailed, illustrated, step-by-
step instructions are given for picking ail the commonly found lock types.
Also covered are various other ways of bypassing locks, how to mount
practice locks, and much more. 1981. S55 x 855.80 pp. Illustrated, soft cover.
ISBN 0-9151794)6-7.

Burglar Alarm Bipasmg

TECHNIQUES OF BURGLAR ALARM BYPASSING

by Wayne B. Yeager

Any alarm system can be beaten. This book shows how. Dozens of security systems are described tn illustrated detail: ■ Magnetic Switches * Window Foil • Sound and Heat Detectors • Photoelectric Alarms • Central Station Systems • Closed Circuit TV • And Much Mora. You'll learn how they work and how they can be defeated. A must book for anyone concerned with security. 1990.555 x 855.104 pp, illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 1-55950-032-8.

TECHNIQUES OF SAFECRACKING

by Wayne B. Yeager

No safe is secure, because locksmiths must be
able to get inside if the lock breaks. This book
illustrate* every known method tor breaking into
safes, vaults and safety-deposit box« ® Combi-
nation Guessing • Combination Theft • Drilling •
Punching • Peeling e Torches • Explosives. For
all those fortunate enough to have something
worth keeping safe. Technique» at SafecrtKic-
Ing
is eye-opening reading. 1990.555 x 854.88 pp,
illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-559504)52-2.

HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN PROFESSIONAL LOCK TOOLS

Four Volume Set
by Eddie the Wire

Complete, illustrated instructions for making your own professional lock
tools — better than manufactured tools and much cheaper! All the tools
you need are available In hardware and hobby shops with no questions
asked.

Volume One: Lifter picks • Diamond picks • Snake picks • Plug spinners
• Tools for spring latches • Car-opening tools. 1980, 555 x 855. 31 pp, 23

illustration*, soft cover. ISBN 1-55950-047-8.

Volume Two: Tension wrenches • Carrying cases • Mass production
techniques • Impresstoning tools • “Stoning” picks. 1981, 555 x 855.50 pp,
24 illustrations, softcover. ISBN 1-55950-048-4.

Volume Three: Pick guns • Simulators • Tools for tubular locks • Tension wrenches for lever locks • Weighted tension wrenches. 1981.554 x 854, 44 pp. 28 illustrations, soft cover. ISBN 1-55950-049-2.

Volume Four: Using a computer to generate pick profiles • Making "soft”
break-ins that can't be detected • How to “case” a subdivision • One-
handed tension wrench • Magnetizing picks tor concealment 1988,5’4 x
854.55 pp. 8 illustrations, soft cover. ISBN 1-55950-050-8.

Three Volume Set (Vol*. 1-3) (ISBN 1-55950-0S9-X)

Four Volume Set (Vol* 1-4) (ISBN 1-559504)60-3)

THE B & E BOOK

Burglary Techniques and Investigation
by Burt Rapp

A practical manual designed for the police officer tn charge of a burglary
investigation and civilians interested in reducing their vulnerability to theft
Includes: • Illustrated Breaking and Entering Techniques • Getaways •
Safe-Cracking • Fencing Operations • Gathering Evidence * A Guide to
the Best Tools and Equipment. 1989, 555 x 855, 145 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-021-2.

THE 211 BOOK

Armed Robbery Investigation
by Burt Rapp

This is a practical manual for the police officer
working an armed robbery investigation. Learn
how to handle a ”211'’ in progress, how to take
statements and process the crime scene, how to
work informants and work-over suspects. All the
tools and techniques are at your fingertip*.
Includes valuable information on how to prevent
armed robberies. 1988. 554 x 854. 172 pp, illus-
trated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-559504)194).

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Self-Defense

‘This handy little manual leUs you htnr the spies and supertenesdoit, — Classic Moiorbooks

GETAWAY

Driving Technique» tot Escape and Evasion
by Ronald George Eriksen 2

A veteran dirt-track racer and high performance driver reveals everything you need to know about escape and evasion techniques. Cornering, right-angle turns, S-turns. hairpin turns, the “bootlegger’s" turn, the “moonshiner’s" turn and other*. Ramming, blockades, vehicle modification and eluding .a tail are also covered. 1983,514 x 854,48 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-98-9.

ARMED

DEFENSE

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"This book is for the person who has decided » luaaju« far self prelection' —American Survival Guide

ARMED DEFENSE

Gunfight Survival for the
Householder and Businessman
by Burt Rapp

This book will show you how to teach yourself to shoot well enough to save your lite in a variety of ugly situations. You will learn techniques and tactics that work, not Just reflections of somebody's theories. This book also covers what you need to know about the legal and emotional aspects of surviving a gunfight. 1989. 514 x 814. 214 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-92-X.

"ma ht of usefid infomotioit." — Journal of Gvil Defense

SURVIVING MAJOR CHEMICAL ACCIDENTS

And Chemlcal/BIotogicat Warfare
by Duncan Long

Hardly a weak goes by without the report of some major chemical accident. This book tells you how to respond to chemlcal/biological threats. Includes a discussion of the types of dangerous chemicals you are likely to encounter, how they work and what effects they cause. Initial reaction, protective measures, and decontamination are then discussed, including complete addresses for ordering survival equipment and supplies. 1986.514 x 854,172 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-38-5.

CLOSE SHAVES

The Complete Book
at Razor Fighting
by Bradley J. Stainer

This is the only book ever written on the bloody art of razor fighting. More than 60 photographs demonstrate the easy-to-understand techniques. Carrying and Concealing Razors • Fighting Grips • Stance and Body Movement • Vital Target Areas • Basic Attacks • How to Win a Razor Fight • And Much More. WARNING: This book is pretty gruesome. 1980, 554 x 854,86 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-008-5.

510.00

"4 W-U researched and highly readable Mirk on a subject that, like it or not. concerts us alt“ — American Survival Guide

HOW TO SURVIVE A NUCLEAR ACCIDENT

by Dunean Long

Even with all the built-in safeguards, nuclear power plant disasters are possible — witness Chernobyl and Three Mite Island. This book shows what you can do now and in the event of a nuclear accident. Detection equipment• Protective suits, masks and filters • Deciding whether to flee or stay • Decontamination procedures for home, food and water • And much more. 1988. 554 x 814. 154 pp. illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 0-915179-67-9.

NIGHT

NIGHT MOVEMENTS

Tranalatad from the Japanese

This rare translation of a Japanese military text is generally regarded as the finest study of mgnt fighting ever written. Used to train snipers, scouts and saboteurs in World War I. it has become one of the classic training manuals for insurgents all over the world. Cover« Psychology • Silence • Dress • Vision • Hearing • Shooting • Demolition • Battles • And more. Essential tor the study of counter-insurgency and clandestine activities. 1913.554 x 854, 132 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-78-4.

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“4 fine book on banmng." — Freedom Guide

SURVIVAL BARTERING

by Dunean Long

People barter for different reasons — to avoid taxes, obtain a better lifestyle, or just for tun. This book foresees a time when barter is a necessity. Three forms of barter: Getting good deals: Stockpiling for future bartering; Protecting yourself from rip-offs: And much more. Learning how to barter could be the best insurance you can find. 1986.554 x 854.56 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-37-7.

"Most valuable is the inclusion of many old and out-of-print books that may be looted if you ¡am» they sass in the first ptace." —Warriors

MANUALS ON MAYHEM
A Complete Guide to the Literature
of Combat Martial Arts and Serious Self Defense

by Bradley J. Stainer

Review» of over 150 books covering every conceivable type of combat self defense. Covers martial arts books, military combat texts, police manuals and civilian defense instruction publications. Each book is rated, with information on where it might be found. 1979,514 x 854,86 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-001-8.

SUBWAY SURVIVAL

by Bradley J. Steiner

Subways are dangerous places, as any New York commuter knows. Home to scores of thieves and delinquents, they are the scenes of murders, rapes and robbings. Bradley Steiner, a martial arts instructor and author of several books on the martial arts, teaches you to defend yourself using your wits and the resources available in the subway. Men and women will team to protect themselves from armed and unarmed attackers. 1980. 554 x 854, 141 pp, heavily illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-000-X.

CRIME

COUNTERFEIT CURRENCY

How to Heatly Make Money ;

by M. Thomae Cotlint '

Learn how counterfeiters make money that
looks, feels end spends like the real thlngl Exact
counterfeiting techniques are shown in step-by-
step, illustrated detail. Printing money, "aging"
money, passing money, buying equipment,
setting-up shop — all the secrets of the counter-
feiter are revealed In this book. Sold for informa-
tional purposes only. 1990, 554 x 854, 137 pp,
illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-042-5.

“For the iton-angeb among us this ‘jattuitae lawyer" mamud can be a handy reference an! eye-opener, interesting, tasty, and scary. "

— Whole Earth Review

THE OUTLAW’S BIBLE

by EJL Baoxhle

The best "jailhouse" law book ever published — for people on the outside who want to stay there. This is a real life civics lesson for citizen lawbreakers: how to dance on the fine line between freedom and incarceration, how to tiptoe the tightrope of due process. Covers detention, interrogation, searches and seizures. The only non-violent weapon available for those on the wrong side of the law. 1985. 5» x 854. 336 pp. index, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915173-80-6.

CREDIT CARD FRAUD

by Burt Rapp

Written for police officers, this book is for those
stung by credit card fraud: the merchant, the
banker, the man on the street. It reveals all the
scams, from forged cards to telemarketing np-
offs. Learn how crooks turn credit into cash,
automobiles and other big-ticket items. See how
they gat cards and card numbers, and how they
beat credit limits. Most importantly, learn how to
spot frauds and stop them before they get
started. 1991, 554 x 854, 127 pp, illustrated, soft
cover.

ISBN 1-55950-055-7.

CREDIT CARD

FRAUD

Burt

FRAUDS.

RIP-OFFS
AND CON GAMES

FRAUDS. RIP-OFFS A CON GAMES

by Victor Santoro

A startling and often humorous look at the wolves who are after your skin. Some of the fascinating scams covered include: • The Dirty White Collar • Securities Swindles • The "Terrible Williamsons" • The Gypsies »-Credit Card Cons & Catches • “Financial Planners" • Selling Counterfeit Ideas • Coat-Tailing • Fraud Salad: An Assortment of Con Games. 1988.5’4 x 854.188 pp, soft cover.

ISBNG-915179-57-1.

MAKING CRIME PAY

by Hm!d S. Long

What does it take to make crime pay? Written by a professional criminal, this book is packed with information not available anywhere else (except, maybe, in jail). It explains what makes some criminals successful while others get caught, it also discusses how to deal with police, courts, and the criminal justice system to minimize apprehension and conviction. 1988.554 x 854, 81 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-63-0.

THE RIP-OFF BOOK
The Complete Guide to Frauds,
Con Games, Swindles and Rackets

by Victor Santoro

Learn what frauds are, how they work, how to
protect yourself, and how to strike back when
you're the victim. Classic Cons • Land Swindles
• The Badger Game * Entrapment Frauds • Job
Offers • Sex • Mail • Telephone Traps * More
than 100 specific frauds exposed. The most
complete book ever written on frauds and cons.
1984, S54 x 854.200 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-18-0.

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BOOK

VICTOR

S.'Hr'TORO

SUCCESSFUL ARMED ROBBERY

by Harolds. Long

A nuts-and-bolts manual on armed robbery written by a pro. Once inside, you’ll find loot like this: • How to plan a robbery • Factors affecting your success • How to carry out an armed robbery • How to avoid self-caused failure « And much more. Must reading for cops and robbers everywhere. Sold for informational purposes only. 1990, S54 x 854.50 pp. illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 1-55950-023-9.

THE RIP-OFF BOOK
VOLUME 2

by Victor Santoro

Most people think of con artists as flim-flam men working Three Card Monte on a streetcorner. Victor Santoro exposes the big time rackets: doctors, hospitals, shrinks, lawyers, cops, military recruiters, stock manipulators, inside traders, the mafia, and more. An encyclopedia of gyps, schemes, frauds and swindles, and ideas on how to strike back. 1988, 554 x 8’4. 129 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-47-4.

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PICKPOCKET

TECHNIQUES OF THE PROFESSIONAL PICKPOCKET

by Wayne B. Yeager

If you wonder how someone can get inside your pockets without your knowing, then get inside this book. You’ll team all the techniques of the pickpocket: how they guess which pocket holds the loot, the grab and ran, the finesse lift, cutting the pockets, how they use accomplices, how they can steal a watch right off the wrist Learn how the pros get into your clothes, and what you can do to protect yourself. 1990,554 x 854,71 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-046-8.


ESCAPE FROM CONTROLLED CUSTODY

by Tony testa

Right now, there are people held captive all over the world. Some of them will try to escape. A few will succeed. This book takes you captive to show you what It’s like. You'll learn to make knives from toothbrushes and printing presses from shoes. You'll follow prisoners through tunnels and over walls. Along the way, you'll hear about some of the great escapes: acts of bravery and cunning that stir the human spirit, 1990,554 x 854,144 pp, illustrated, index, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55960-038-7.

ESCAPE

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HOMICIDE
INVESTIGATION

HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION

by Burt Bapp

A detailed police manual on the procedures for Investigating a murder. This is a fairly grisly book, not for the weak at heart. Covers » Arriving on the Scene of a Murder • Handling Murder Suspects • Estimating Time of Death ® The Investigators Log • Sketching a Murder Scene® Using Psychics and Hypnosis • What Really Happens at an Autopsy • And Much More. 1989, 554 x 854, 180 pp. Illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-020-4. '

'The realities of prison Ufe ante through ¡nfbmuumty in this rottgk-cut, ocatsioiudly profane book."

— Booklist

SURVIVING IN PRISON

by Harold & tang

A disturbing account of life behind bars. The author has spent the last ten years in prison. He describes how prisons are run: the penal code and the cellblock code. He takes you out to the yard and into the hole. He explains why rehabilitation programs fail. And he reveals what is required to survive the personal degradation, brutality and humiliation found in contemporary American prisons. 1990.854 x 11,128 pp, softcover.

ISBN 1-55950-044-1.

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VEHICLE THEFT INVESTIGATION

A Complete Handbook
by Burt Bapp

Auto theft is big business today, and getting bigger. This invaluable handbook will serve as a source and investigative guide tor the patrol officer, the plainclothes policeman, the civilian insurance investigator or claims adjuster. Covers vehicle theft techniques, the illicit parts business, insurance frauds, the crime lab, and much more. 1989.554 x 854.120 pp. Illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 1-55950-010-7.

HOW TO COLLECT ILLEGAL DEBTS

by Hamid S. Long

If a deadbeat owes you money for drugs or a gambling dabL who ya gonna call’ This book shows how to collect illegal debts, and ths tactics may surprise you. How to find a subject's weaknesses; Making arrangements for payments; Creating an atmosphere of fear; What to do when all else fails; And much more, including how to set-up an illegal debt collection business. 1990, 554 x 854.69 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-041-7.

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CRIMES INVOLVING POISONS

by th® U.S. Army

A military police manual on the investigation of crimes involving poison. Covers • Poisons and Their Effects • Symptoms of Poisoning • Crimes Associated with Poisons • Crime Scene Investigation • Laboratory Tests • Interviewing Witnesses ® And Much More. 1967. 854 x 11.16 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-028-X.

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SHOPLIFTING ANO EMPLOYEE
THEFT INVESTIGATION

by Burt Bapp

Hvary year, businesses lose billions of dollars
to shoplifters and dishonest employees. This
book will help them fight back. It includes an
incredible, illustrated encyclopedia of alt the
methods used by shoplifters. Also. 12 methods
employees use to steal their bosses blind.
Detailed information on how you can battle
losses due to theft. 1989, 554 x 854, 172 pp. illus-
trated. soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-87-3.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

New Technologies and the Constitution
by the U.S. Gangrene

A truly frightening assessment of new criminal justice technologies and their Impact on our basic freedoms. Includes: Electronic Surveillance • Computerized Data Matching • ONA Typing • Automated Fingerprint Identification • Biometric Security Systems • Electronic Monitoring « Drug Therapy • Hormone Manipulation • Due Process and The Right to Privacy. 1989, 754 X 10, 56 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-016-8.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

NEW TECHNOLOSIES
4NP THE CONSTITUTION

SEX CRIMES INVESTIGATION

by Burt Bapp

AH sorts of sex crimes are in the news these days — more than ever before. This book is a police manual for the Investigation of sex crimes. A practical guide to investigating rapes, prostitution. pornography, child molestation, snuff films, sex in the mails, computer sex crimes, and much more. No modem police or investigative library is complete without this book. 1988. 554 x 854. 198 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-72-5.

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WEAPONS

HOMEMADE GUNS AND HOMEMADE AMMO

by Ronald B. Brown

How many "homemade gun" books have you read, only to discover that you need a metal lathe or milling machine? This book will teach you to make guns — and ammunition — with simple handtools and everyday materials. Step-by-step photographs, drawings and plans show how to make: A12 gauge shotgun • A muzzleloader • A double-barrel • A wooden gun. Five simple gunpowder recipes and two simple pnmer recipes are also included. 1986.514 x 814,190 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-39-3.

SWAT.

TEAM OPERATIONS

'This book will help S. IK4.Z team members
deal with a broad range of threats quickly.“

— Law and Order

”.4 guide to putting together a crack SWAT
team through proper training, recruiting
nnd
equipping."

— Police Magazine

S.W.A.T. TEAM OPERATIONS

by Burt Bapp

All the available information on S.W.A.T. team tactics combined with over 100 photographs and Illustrations make this the best S.WJLT. training manual ever. Covers these threats: barricaded gunmen, snipers, hijackers, terrorists, wild mobs, rock houses, and much more. It’s also a training guide, including entering buildings, team deployment and movement, setting-up ambushes, using snipers, gathering intelligence and using sophisticated weaponry. 1990. 814 x 11, 151 pp, heavily illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-035-2.

HOME WORKSHOP EXPLOSIVES

by Uncle Fetter

A guide to making demolition-strength explosives using readily available materials and supplies. The detailed, illustrated instructions rely on fairly simple procedures. Covers »Nitroglycerin • Nitroglycol • Nitromannitol • PETN • RDX (Cyclonite) • And more, including detonation systems. Sold for informational purposes only. 1990. 514 x 814, 126 pp. illustrated, soft cover

ISBN 1-55950-022-0.

"Professionals and intmsud laymen should not be without
it" ’

—The Official Cop Catalog

THE POLICE SNIPER

by Burt Bapp

This exciting book examines the police sniper's
role, since his duties will determine his equip-
ment and tactics. Every phase of the police
sniper's mission, from selection and training to
actually shooting people, is examined. Covers a
variety of realistic situations in illustrated detail.
1988.514 x 814. 196 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-77-6.

THE SLING

For Sport and Survival
by CHH Savage

A complete, illustrated guide to making and
using a sling — the ancient weapon David used
to kill Goliath. Slings are silent, accurate and
deadly. Easily improvised and highly portable,
they are increasingly used in urban guerrilla
warfare, particularly in Northern Ireland and
Israel's West Bank. Step-by-step, illustrated
slinging stances, construction techniques and
ammunition ideas highlight this book. 1984.514 x
814.72 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-19-9.

IMPROVISED

WEAPONS^ gr. in AMERICAN

PRISONS

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IMPROVISED WEAPONS
IN AMERICAN PRISONS

by Jack Luger

Dozens of rare photographs highlight this fascinating book on how weapons are made and used in American prisons. Covers knives, garottes, fire bombs, blunt instruments and guns. Also includes information on how weapons are smuggled into prisons, how they are hidden once inside and how they are used in escapes. 1985, 514 x 814,83 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-26-1.

"Easy and very practical reading no matter which side of the display table you re on. "

— Gun Week

THE COMPLETE GUIDE
TO GUN SHOWS

by Thomas W. Thielen

Gun shows are great places to buy not only guns and ammo of all kinds, but also survival and military surplus gear at the lowest prices anywhere. This guide tells you how to locate a gun show, how to get the best deals, how to be a dealer, trading tactics, even how to promote and run your own gun show. 1980. 514 x 814. 118 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-99-7.


MURDER & TORTURE

THE POISONER’S HANDBOOK

by Maxwell Hutchklneon

One of the most gruesome books ever printed. Covers poisons and how to use them, including: Plant Poisons • Animal Toxins • Chemical Poisons • Terrible Polsons * Lethal Drugs • Poisonous Gases • And More. Also covers some methods of delivery and antidotes. Sold for information purposes only. 1988,554 x 854,64 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-73-3.

UKCHE FESTER

SILENT DEATH

by Uncle Fetter

Underground chemist par excel lance Uncle Fester turns his attention to poisons — and the result is Silent Death. A complete guide to poisons, their administration and detection. Inorganic Poisons • War Gases « Nerve Gas • CIA Shellfish Toxins • Time Delay Poisons • Botulism « And much more. Sold tor informational purposes only. 1989,554 x 854.123 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-86-5.

"Hunting Humans is must reading for anyone interested in crime, sociology or human behavior."

— Jack Olsen, author o f Son and Doe.

"Hunting Humans is a book which should be hunted down by anyone and everyone who is aware of the menace of murder in our midst — it's a veritable mo’s Mo of whodunnits in serial slayings.“

— Robert Bloch, author of Psycho

“7 highly recommend it “

— Maury Terry, author of The Ultimate Evil

14 grim but good popular reference work “ — Booklist

“A must-have book. Highly recommended. “ — AFRAID

HUNTW.G ! HUMANS

HUNTING HUMANS

An Encyclopedia of Modem Serial Killers
by Michael Newton

More than 500 detailed case histories of serial killers from the 20th Century. This disturbing book describes their lives and their exploits without any varnish or puffery — the chilling details speak for themselves. More than 60% of the killers described here have never been mentioned in a published book before. This huge book is an unforgettable chronicle of the world's most deranged homicidal maniacs. 1990. 854 x 11. 353 pp, illustrated. hard cover.

ISBN 1-55950-026-3.

PHYSICAL INTERROGATION TECHNIQUES

by Richard W. Krousher

One of the most disturbing books ever pnnted. Detailed instructions for torturing information out of an unwilling subject. Includes humiliation, confinement, sensory deprivation, abrasion, electricity, and other painful techniques. Most people will not have the stomach to read it; those who do will learn more about torture and torment than they dreamed possible.Sold for information purposes only. 1985, 554 x 854, 93 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-23-7.

EXECUTION

by Bart Rommel

A chilling examination of capital punishment, including detailed descriptions of all the techniques used by governments to put people to death: • Hanging • Electrocution • Beheading « Shooting • Gassing • Lethal Injection • Burning • Drowning • Entombment • Death by Nature • And many others, including a section on future technology such as microwaves and lasers. WARNING: The explicit writing in this book may ba disturbing to some readers. 1990.554 x 854. 119 pp. soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-051-4.

EXEEUTIDn

TOOLS a TECHNIQUES

SILENCING SENTRIES

by Oscar Olax-Cobo

Oscar Diaz-Cobo shows how to take out a sentry without making a sound. He should know. He's instructed members of the Elite Military Forces and Security Agents in the art of close combat. Learn how to approach a sentry, what his weak points are. how to remove him. what defenses he will likely use. and morel Dozens of incredible photographs illustrate this well-written manual. 1988. 514 x 854, 92 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-84-9.

PROFESSIONAL KILLERS

An Inside Look

by Burt Rapp

A professional police writer. Burt Rapp has explored the world of paid killers in-depth. Come along as the hit goes down. Leam how hired guns get their assignments, get nd of their victims, get away without a trace. Leam how much hit men get paid, what weapons they prefer and why. Meet super-assassins from the Soviet Union, Israel and the United States. Get the inside look at a dark profession. 1990. 554 x 854. 157 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-054-9.

SELECTIVE ASSASSINATION

As An Instrument of National Polley

by the U.S. Government

Reprint of a government document that discusses the United States Government's use of assassination to forward political goals. Includes details on how targets are selected, how missions are planned, how personnel are chosen and trained, how cover-ups are conducted. A shocking but true account 1990, 6 x 9, 57 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-030-1.

CURIOUS PUNISHMENTS OF BYGONE DAYS

by Alice Mono Earle

A book on tortures inflicted by Church and State. Originally published in 1896. this strange book will fascinate anyone interested in crime and punishment and the never-ending saga of man's inhumanity to man. Chapters include: The Bilboes; The Ducking Stool; The Stocks: The Whipping Post: The Scarlet Letter; Branks & Gags; Branding & Maiming; Public Penance; Military Punishment: The Punishment of Authors and Books. 1896.5 x 754,149 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-54-7.

REVENGE

“Chillbig aid effettive."

•— Science Fiction Review

TECHNIQUES OF REVENGE

by Victor Santoro

The “Godfather of Harassment* strikes again with this collection of techniques for inflicting devious mayhem on the ones who make life miserable for the average guy. Whether you’ve been mistreated by the media, dumped by your date or berated by your boss, you'll find sure-fire ways of getting “satisfaction." Includes advice on determining your target's vulnerabilities and Improving your timing. 1985.5'4 x 8’4.98 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-29-6.

“This is not a book for ma guys This is a book for people who sincerely wwu to toot
other people."

— Fscttheet five

TAKE NO PRISONERS

Destroying Enemies with Dirty and Malicious Tricks
by Mack Nasty

Mack Nasty doesn't believe in holding a grudge. He believes in swift, sure and devastating retribution. In this book. Mack reveals the most deliciously despicable revenge techniques ever conceived. How to destroy your enemy's house or car. How to get someone arrested for drug trafficking, kiddie porn, firearms violations or product tampering. Sold for entertainment purposes only. 1990.5’4 x 8'4.118 pp. soft cover.

ISBN 1-55950-043-3.

FIGHTING BACK

Pomo«

Pew £ettew

VICTOR SANTORO

FIGHTING BACK ON THE JOB

by Victor Santoro

One of the most satisfying "revenge" books ever published! Tells how to strike back against a lousy boss, lent fellow employees, ihe company spy. and anyone else in the workplace who has ticked you off. It you're getting canned, why not take everyone else with you? How about sailing company secrets to the competition? Remember, your boss can only wreck your life, but you can wreck his business. Sold lor entertainment purposes only. 1982,5'.v x 8*4.149 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-11-3.

"Sveiythingyou need to kame to get wmge front the safety tf a malbost “ — Mfaokoota

POISON PEN LETTERS

by Keith Wada

A complete guide to getting revenge through the mail, if you've had problems with people or organizations that seem too big to fight back against, this book is for you. Covers retaliation against Individuals, corporations and even government agencies. Includes nearly 100 letters, along with tips on stationary, mailing, and how to keep from getting caught Sold for entertainment purposes only. 1984.5’4 x 8'4.103 pp, soft

ISBN 0-915179-15-6.

DISRUPTIVE TERRORISM

by Victor Santoro

One lone gunman with a .22 rifle can shut down the etactricat power for an entire city. This chilling book reveals how a handful of terrorists can bring America (or any other modem nation) to its knees by systematic disruption of centralized services: power, communications, transportation, water supply and food distribution facilities. One of the most illuminating books on terrorism ever written. 1984.5’4 x 8’4.140 pp. soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-17-2.

YOUR REVENGE IS IN THE MAIL

by Keith Wada

There are a lot of jerks in the world who need to ba taught a lesson. The problem is, how to get to them without causing yourself a lot of trouble? The answer is this book. More than 60 letters you can copy and use to get even. Insurance adjusters, bank tellers, salesmen, even government officials get their just desserts. Sold tar sidesplitting entertainment purposes only. 1988,554 x 8'4,168 pp, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-74-1

“Very timely in the wake of the Gary Han scandal, explaining hot» to d&cow (or set up) a candUae in that very way, among «tax "

— tapiracy ~-

POLITICAL TRASHING

by Victor Santoro

This book will help many people express their true political leanings — by trashing a politician's campaign so bad he'll have to cast his vote from the landfill. How to plague a campaign with dirty tricks and get away with it You could vote, or write letters, or join causes — or you can have somefunand trash the bums! 1987.5'4 x 8’4.168 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

ISBN 0-915179-64-4.

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Introduction

Index by Title

Main Catalog

Order Forms

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Selling Your Time & Labor,

by J'rn Hcgshire, edfied by Derns P. Efcbhom. artwcrtc by Marte Zngarelli Gnttv MW> Tbo SuporHacker, An Interview w«h Tto KrJghlrrAte,

conducted by MchMl E. Marotta

Kw£«*w! TboFùtà Co-Op.

by Ste»ve Schumacher

Transform And fífibok /bo CaSco /cataos And Jbo ArM-fícnf War.

by Tb. Metzger

/bo Of A\ar*?A

by Robert Masters

LucfcYs Lox/ccrt,

Inbcductbn.. Index by Titta Man Cátelo-) Order Forms.

Introduction

Welcome to the Loompanos Unlimited Book Catalog — The Best Book Catalog In the World. This catalog is an important source for anarchists, survivalists, iconoclasts, self-liberators, mercenaries, investigators, drop-outs, researchers, and just about anyone interested in the strange, the useful, the arcane, the oddOaB. the unusual, the unique and the diabolical.

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WORK. Work hurts. Work scars. Work wounds and marks... Work. Work. /¿/¿tfWork. Pages 1 thru 9)

MONEY-MAKING OPPORTUNITIES. If you're so smart, why aren't you rich? (Pages 10 thru 22)

THE COLOR OF MONEY IS GREEN. Who says money doesn't grow on trees? (Pages 23 thru 26)

TAX AVOISION. How to get the government parasites out of your pockets. (Pages 27 thru 23)

THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY. The booming tax-free ’Off The Books” economy — and how you can profit from it. (Pages 29 thru 32)

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FAKE I.D. Wa aro very proud of this amazing section. It contains the most comprehensive and excellent selection of books on I.D., fake I.D. and related subjects ever offered for sale. (Pages 39 thru 46)

BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU. 1984 has come and gone, but Big Brother is watching you... (Pages 47 thru 51)

CONDUCTING INVESTIGATIONS. Professional and effective techniques and methods for gathering Information and intelligence — now revealed for you to use! (Pages 52 thru 60)

CRIME AND POLICE SCIENCE. For cops and robbers everywhere. (Pages 61 thru 77)

LOCKS AND LOCKSMITHING. The most complete selection of bocks on locks. lock picking, and lock bypassing ever offered. Theso becks will open many doors for you... (Pages 78 thru 83)

SELF DEFENSE. Protect yourself, your property, and your loved ones. What good is the ’right* to self defense without the knowledge? (Pages 04 thru 90)

REVENGE. How to kick ass and take names. Don't get mad — get eiw/(Pages 91 thru 95)

GUNS. Guns are even more American than Mom and appte pic. Come on. America, show us your guns/ (Pages 96 thru 100)

WEAPONS. The right to buy weapons is the right to be free? —The Weapon Shops of tsher by A. E. Van Vogt. (Pages 101 thru 108)

BOMBS AND EXPLOSIVES. Things that go Boom!\c\ the night (and day). (Pages 109 thru 112)

GUERRILLA WARFARE. Will it happen here? It has In many (most?) other countries... (Pages 113 thru 116)

MURDER, DEATH AND TORTURE. Little discussed areas ot the political arts. (Pages 117 thru 124)

SURVIVAL. Survive and prosper in the coming ’interesting* times. (Pages 125 thru 128)

SELF-SUFFICIENCY. Taking care of yourself — without government *help.a (Pages 129 thru 141)

HEAD FOR THE HILLS. Dropping out, retreating, uninhabited islands, nomadic living, and more. (Pages 142 thru 149)

GIMME SHELTER. Real housing for real people. (Pages 150 thru 154)

HEALTH AND UFE EXTENSION. How to live longer and better. Did someone say something about death and taxes? (Pages 155 thru 159)

PARALEGAL SKILLS. Free yourself from the Legal Guild. (Pages 160 thru 164)

SEX. Sex is great! Sex is goodl Yea, sexfff(Pages 165 thru 174)

DRUGS. The ras/dope on dopel (Pages 175 thru 185)

ROCK 'N* ROLL. Kian does not live by bread alone... (Pages 186 thru 197)

INTELLIGENCE INCREASE. If you're so rich, why aren't you smart? (Pages 198 thru 210)

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. Visionary science for the future... and now. (Pages 211 thru 217)

HERESY/WE1RD IDEAS. Kicking around some sacred chaos... (Pages 218 thru 229)

OUTLAW HISTORY. 'What is history but a fable agreed upon?'— Napoleon. (Pages 230-241)

ANARCHISM AND EGOISM. Forbidden philosophies for far-out people... (Pages 242 thru 252)

MASS MEDIA. The blow-dried ‘reality" of TV, magazines, newspapers, movies, etc... (Pages 253 thru 256)

CENSORSHIP. Censorship, sebmensorship. Seriously disturbed cretins want to control your access to ideas and information. (Pages 257 thru 262)

REALITY CREATION. Make your own world. Make the worfd you want by doing what you want. (Pages 263 thru 266)

SELF-PUBLISHING. The ’press’ is “free" only if you own oncl (Pagos 267 thru 270)

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Selling Your Time & Labor, by Jim Hogshire, edited by Dennis P. Eichhorn, artwork by Mark ZingareiH (Page 1)

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Your Friend, The Food Co-op, by Steve Schumacher^P^e 137)

Transform And Rebel: The Calico Indians And The Anti-Rent War, by Th. Metzger (Page 194)

The Biodiversity Of Races, by Robert Masters 230)

Lucifer’s Lexicon, by L.A. Rollins (Page 279)

Index by Title

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Selling Your Time & Labor Comic

Work

Introduction

Work hurts. Work scars. Work wounds and marks....

Work is what they Uy to get you to do in order to bo able to buy what they try to make you think you want. Work is what //toy try to make you do in order to got what they try to prevent you from obtaining otherwise.

Work. Work. Fuck work.

THE HIDDEN ECONOMY
The Context and Control of
Borderline Crime
by Stuart Henry

Tho Hidden Economy is
one ol the most unusual b2o<s
you will ever read — it is about
an aspect of the Underground
Economy not d&cussod in
oifwbooto.
This tock is about
th© preparty crimes committed
by ordhary pacplo in faptimate
jobs. It is about the pilfering
and fiddling of goods and
services that goes cn every
day in faeforios. shops and
offices up and down the
country. It describes the
context in which these crimes
occur, Iho relationships
between the peep’o who take
part in thorn and die sub-
economy they form. It locks
beyend technical preperty theft
into a world where the
aoqusitkn and exchange of

'cheap* goods, ’bent gear.’ ard 'bits ard pieces’ has a per serial flavor;
where fiddling can bring exci ternent. status and honor; where buyrig ard
soiling stolen gocds signifies doing favors for workmates, friends and
relatives; and where lire relationships among ’trading partners' and Ilie
flow of goods bO’een them forms a hidden economy which operates as
a socially supportive community supplying otherwise unobtainable
resources.

7 dont to «taafap from smxS businesses. That's

certify bad But if you seo some Marks and Spencer's shirts with ti)o tube's cut cut. you're not bothered it doesn't hurt them. ft doesn't matter ifbig firms Ake thatbse a bit/

—A trader in the hidden economy

The Hidden Economy gets into areas not (focussed in other books — people who steal from the* X>bs. Wen written end informative, ths excellent bock has been out ci pnnt for years. Now Loompanfcs is very prcod to offer to its readers Stuart Henry's The Hidden Economy.

1973, 5H Xt>i, 206pp, Wired. softcover.

THE HIDDEN ECONOMY: $12.95
(ORDER NUMBER 13076)

ALL THE LIVELONG DAY
The Meaning and Demeaning of Routine Work
by Barbara Garson

Th'<8 is cne or the rneas books on work that
we have seen.

What do employees do In a tuna-fish
factory or a P/ng-Poog plant? How do
koypuncbers. auto assembters. and clerks in
irtsuraoco coirpanles keep from go'ng crazy?
To find <m, Rarti*ra Garson travel wd
th© country tor tao years, spying out no
g.imos, thn gimmicks, tho rrtnuta-tomlnulo
davicos people use to restore moaning Io
ci)s drained at meaning in tha h.ito of
industrials™. Sho found resentment. she
found humiletfon, sho even found sabotage.
But above nil. sho found that people
passknately went to engage in productive
(as opposed to useless toll).

In this book, the quality of everyday work is revealed, along with the methods used by peopto to survive < Ko matter how rar the division of labor goes. people will stlD try to keep from being reduced to robots.

1973, 4)4 X 7t 239ppf sort cover.

ALL THE LIVELONG DAY: $5415
(ORDER NUMBER »4178}

THE RIGHT TO BE LAZY

by Paul La fargue

A litre communist propaganda epees up any catalog. so this time we have ncludod this pamphlet, whch was wntlen by Kart Marx's son-in- law In a French prison during 1883.1: has been called 'the first modem pamphlet in favor oí leisure for the worker.'

Paul Lafargue, classic scholar and physician, who spread revolutionary leachrigs erd agitated for me eight hour day. wrote this pam- ptitel In prison and argued that nwNnery should ease the life of worWng men. For rinety years, its kony and humor have delighted readers ri many tangueaos

The present edition of this labor and socialist classic adds an introductory sketch of labor and pottrial cor d tons In the France of lafan gue's time ard short notos cn the persons he lampooned, it includes a brief life history ci this ight-hearted agitator, who dd much to estabish May First as World Labor day. and spent three terms in prison for his radicalism.

1663, 4* x7K, 123 pp. softcover.

THE RIGHT TO BE LAZY: $6.95
(ORDER NUMBER 94072)

THE ABOLITION OF WORK
and Other Essays
by Bob Black
(Be viewed by Michael Hoy)

Beò 8UKk has been around the fringe of
extremist potecs In America for several years
row — but be is ro ¿oner of causes. not Beò
Black! Bob Black analyzes and dissects,
probes and provokes, and specializes in
pointing out areas of underlying accord among
C&ensibto ’anarrtos.*

I orco saw Bob give a talk to a group of
libctf.nna.ns and conservatives, in which ha
brought up things Ike (his: ’Ubertariahsm and
Lennsm aro as different as Coke and Pepsi
when it comes to oonsecrafrig class society
and the source cf is power, wo* Only upon
the firm foundation of factory fasc<$m and

office oligarchy da fibertarians ard Leninists dare to debate th© irrrial
Issues drrding Ihomu* Al the end of the talk during the 'Qunstton and
Answer period, ano prominent libertarian stood up and announced. ’I
ddn*t understand a word you said, and I'm glad I didn't.* IWs Lcarc-My-
Head-In-Thc-Sand-Where-lt-Belongs roacOcn was actually rather mild
compared to tha responses Bob eften provokes from True Believers —
on more than one occasion. Bob Black has actually been physically
ossauUcdlot
what he has written.

You have seen some of Bob's sluff In the Loompanes Catalog and
Supplements: Let! fWes, AwdHsm 6 Other toprofcroftr To Anarchy
.nrd The Libertarian As Conservative — Bob doesn't pul punches
against leftists, anarchists. Ibartarians. cc anyone else, and that is why I
Ike him. LoompANcs Unlimited is very proud to bring you the f«rst col-
lection of Bob Steck's wo*- The Abolition Of Work And Other Es-
says
Here are a couple ol bncl excerpts from the title es-say. 77,(7
Abolition of Work:

’Socrates said that manual laborers make tod friends and bad Citi-
zens because they have no time to futili the respensbiities of friend-
ship and citizenship. Ho was right. Because of work, no matter whet we
do we keep tocking Gt our watches. Tho only thng 'free' about so-cafod
free time to that fl doesn't cost the toss angling. Free time is mostly
devoted to gating ready fee work, gcir.g to work, reterning from work,
and recovering from woric.*

liKfuded h tois Important bock are such Bob Black classes as The-
ses on Groucho M-rdsm, fighting Words.
Cèc&hA Deceit a review of
Processed World, Feminism as Fascism, A Lunatic Fringe Credo,
and
much more! Altogether utero am 35 of Deb Diack's bust, er, works,
sebeted by Dob himseT.

If you want Io transcend the studying boundaries of the leftfright
dichotomy, tho works of Bob Black ace essential!

15SS. Sfix Sfi. 160 pp, softcover
THE ABOLTDON OF WORK: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 94096)

FRIENDLY FIRE

by Bob Black

A now col bet ton by Beò Bteck! Described
variously as A lengua tike a hot poker, ard
"A rope stretched over the abyss between
RaoU Vanagem and &d Vibous.* Ek>b Black
to one ot todays most enlightened writers,
«spoetar? C« the subject of work, and this
fine new ccflecton mcludas three cf Bob’s
tosi anti-work pieces. No Figure for the
Workplace.
’Primitive Affluence.* end
•Smoki^tack Lightning.* the latter a hilarious
and devastating rebuttal of a ham-handed
•Libertarian* attempt to deal with The Abaft-
bon of Work
Aso included are stories, re-
views. rantt. and even a tibiography of Bob
Bfacvs academic publications.

190Z 4fi x 7. 282pp. 9Cft cover.

FRIENDLY ARE: $6.00
(ORDER NUMBER 94205)

SABOTAGE IN THE AMERICAN WORKPLACE
Anecdotes of Dissatisfaction,
Mischief and Revenge
Edited by Martin Sprouse

Sabotage In The American Work-
place,
a controversial mtpcso of tha way
Ameres reaSy works. Is a bock that
txjsses wit want to keep out of their em-
ployees’ hands. It provides new nsght
into both tho smM am th© roasoning
bohlnd sabotarja. and proves tcyond
doubt that aven the most mild-mannered
arc labio to use some form of sabotage
during their working Sves.

Authentic firsthand accoutts gathered
from ail over tfw United States dspel tho
myth of the model worker, and show that
the majority of employees soe Ute steeling
of time, company property ard preste as a
remedy to the dab/ frustrations and

convicts cncixxilered white earning a living from a job

Safoguanded by anonym*/, contributors tafc candd>/ about i&og sabotage as a moans Of surviving wo*. Pecpta as diverse as tank tellers, meet iridia, paramedics, fight attendant and paperboys describo how tltey creath^fy strike back at mortolcny. tow pay. bad company ethes. poor working condittona, harassment, and asshoto tosses.

The sabe-tope ranges from Qutet acts of slackng oft and petty theft. Id pacing computer to<>c bombs, ar mod robbery and whdesate destruction ot company property. Motives range from allrusm to an over- w*helm'ng doslra tor revenge.

This unique book gr.’as the insido story on Che American wrxk experience Rcdchnng sabotage as a significant and w’ida-Spraad reaction to tw problems of work, it chaicngss lie accepted kfea that a worker's first allowance Is to toe company. Sabotage In The American Workplace to tho antiDasls ot the arrptoycc tranng manual. Arr/One who has f dreaded another day at work shcxjkl read it

1MZ m x 11, 1S3pp. (PustfAted. soft cover.

ZMCTMiE IN THE AMERICAN WORKPLACE: $12.00

(ORDER NUMBER 94201)

SHADOW WORK

bylvanlilich

Ivan lllch Is cne ot the most important
' writers orrenity working In Shadow Work,
tern
of his essays are reprinted, feflowed by
cxtcnsfrc nales and bt>lk>gf^)Nes llhch

embarks on a major
soctologca! analysis of
occncme existence.

"We have seen that

historical

end

rrodt-n man's

wherever wage

labor expands. Ils shadow-. x>dus*.rial serf-
dom. also grows. Wago labor, as tho dom>-
nant form of produetton. and housework, as
the kteat type of its unpaid ccmptemcnl. are
boto forms of activity without precedent in
history or anthropology. They thrive co'y
wham ton absolute ard. totcr. the industrial

state destroyed the social ccndllcns tor subsistence kving. They spread
as small-scale, divoratori, vernacular communities have been made

sceiotogtaby .wd legali/ impossible into a worfd AfterG indMduate. throughout their lives, live oriy through dependence cn education, health sensee». transpnrtaticn and other packages provided through the multiple mechanical feeders of industrial tostitutons.*

Illich deals pro/ocairvcly with the controlling uses of language and science and the valuation of women and work. Drawing cn unlamllar historical sources, he lays bare the roots of much of toe social ordering which affects industrial man: hfe o*n crcaiton. but eno wh’ch. at the

sarro time, ccnnives al h’s own oppression.

ISSI. 5x9, 156pp. soft cover.
SHADOW WORK: $5.95

(ORDER NUMBER 94229)

THE ELECTRONIC SWEATSHOP

How Computers Are Transforming the Office
of the Future into the Factory of the Past
by Barbara Garson

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SWEATSI It )Pi

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•tf the Future
iutotheFarfixy

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tolbe 1970s. Bartara
Garson explored
assembly Une In a ctes-
eto account ot blue collar
are. AS the Livelong Day.
Now she Ma done th*
sama for white-collar
automat ton In ths re-
vealing dasenptton of
how compute« aro
being used to transform
secretaries, cxocutvos
□nd prefossionate into
dorks.

In Electronic
Sweatshop.
Gerson
shows ha* tho McDon-
ald's system o1 beeps
and buzzers that turns
an incxpr.nanccd teen-
ager into a short OTtor
cook has been adapted
to thn world of tho
stockbroker and finan-
cial planner. At Merrill

Lynch and Shearson Lehman we see how brand-new coiege graduates are aww&fted with the help of so-called expert systems into instant fnanaa! whizzes whizzes who can just as toslantiy be replaced by newer graduates, Garson totroducos us to an executive at Proctor and Gamble who dosenbos how ha autonomy d mini shed when his secretary was moved ¡nlo a word processing pool, /md in perhaps the mc&: surprising intorvxnv, a formor chairman of tte Joint Chiefs of Staff explains how computerized inventory control revealed the secret berating of Cambodia.

But as was the case with the sewing machine at the turn of tta century, It la not tie computer mat U to blame. Rather computers are being used to serve a moan-spirited management that dstrusts humans ard their dcsyncraskte. In tho quest for central tho automate« are rapidly degrading our cbs and rendering cur notions of privacy obsolete.

Anyone who works In an office. Invests money, reserves an airiirc ticket, or eats a Bg Mac will be fascinated by this tavcsbgalicn of tho brave new* office.

1933, 5f+x3H, 233 pp, Index. hardcover.

THE ELECTRONIC SWEATSHOP: $17.95

(ORDER NUMBER 94235)

GONE TO CROATAN

Origins of North American Dropout Culture

Edited by Ron Sakolsky & James Koehnllne

'America' was
founded as a tend of
drop-outs. Almost at
once It began Io pro-
duce cs own crop of
dissidents — visonar-
$8. utopans. Marcons
(escaped staves),
white and black
'Indans,' sailors and
buccaneers. tax
róbete, angry women,

crank reformers, 'tri-rackat isetato* commixiities — all on thn lam from Babyton. from control. Their self-liberalicn was carried cut under the sign of Wid(er)ness and its guardians, the ’Natives." Having disappeared from 'History.’ they have ever since been ignored by tho Consensus and its guanians. tho acadomcs.

Now here they arc again, coming back at you. claimng Io have been Iho real 'America' all along. They speak from the past, through the madumshp of radical historians, and in the present, in their cr*n voices. They ere speaking of other pcesibliitee — speaMng for a romantic becoming — for an Insurrectionary moment — for a restoration ot the unknown.

Gone To Crosfan is cne of the most fascinating history books you wil over read. It contains 25 arttotos cn tfie hkkton history of North America, by such writers as Peter Lambom Witeon. James Koehnlne, Neal Keating. Thom Metzger, and other rarScate.

/Ttvn the Fsetece by Ron SaWsty- this to a took about me origins of 'drop-cut* cultura in Norin America. Il Is not simply about escapism, ’A'non iho Roanoke scalars, who wore of Eu rape an descent, said to hell with Sir Walter Ra'cgh and the plutocrat and ran off to join the Croatan Indians, they wore no*, merely ‘going native.* In essence, they were challenging Ute iwMy ccnitru'Jed boundaries between wilderness and civüzatton. and, to so doing, were rocking the freshy tekl co'onial foundations oi North America.

ThA A nr> mean feat. If we can qi^stion tho division of our wcrld into thn categories of 'crnltzation' and 'earbarism,' than wo have begun to question oil frxms of heavchy. So. in spile of any fateo pretenses io solidity, the foundaions of co Vona ism ha\e been shaky ever since ttiu original journey to Croatan, and the ensuing cultural confiéis have not ccasnd. Subscqucnlty. many others have seized the opportunity (cither freely or In need) to send out new fractal tremors which in turn have caused the seemingly monolithic cdifEo ci North Amercan 'cr.ilizab'on Id quake.

'... By rejecting peeudopposilional remedas because they are rooted in the miseraMsl pragmatism of the lesear of two evils.' this bock charts a dfterern course. Instead of chronicling the results of such a daadsning Yeaicsm.' the authors wtthn seek to cetebrate the spark of transgresston by examining some compelling examples of those who have ‘drepped out* of the striated grid of domlrent Euro-American society. whether by orignal acts cf refusal, by lanc/ul chace or by dro nocossby. Thcugh not withcul their flaws, tho protagonists emerge as flesh and biood rebels.

'...We think of this votome. then, as encompassing a series of iliuml- nat'ng and inspirational communiques from the autonomous zones of cuf insurgent tonagtoaion as it has unfokfed historically, to standard histories of North America indigenous peoples (much ikn mo forces of nature) make a brief inbal appearance only lo bo cut do*n by tho inevitable Won ot progress: and people gf ootcr are other assent or viewed primarily as nagging probtoms n nood of solution. V/a instead. Ikn H'.'.irzjing Ishmoeltes. pdntody oaruTo up mo cugcnicats night- mara: rot only in tho body of tho bcok but by ending our story with me very people targeted for 'removal' being th© prime actors in tomtog history on és head and imagining a transcendent future. In stepping out of the shadows of consensus hstory, cur immediate reflexive reectton may bo to Wink in wender at the blinding ight but so much the better to then be dszzted by tr>e sp’endor revealed.'

1993, 6x9, 362pp. dfu^trated, sett corer.

GONE TO CROATAN: $12.00

(ORDER NUMBER 94236)

THE END OF ECONOMIC MAN

by George P. Brockway

George Brockway's The End Of Economic Man renders a good swift kick in the seat the pants to epotogW for corporate capitaRsm. Eccrom.'c man. who is tte model tor most schco’s c4 economic, is greed incarnate. As a result. lb© schools celebrate things — the wealth of nations. the gross. national product, the bottom Ihe, an Imperscnal oquiitxium. in each case. the doctrine is. as Carafe said, a dsmal science.

The End Of Economic Man GAftotos Iha principles of an economics based cn the free activity cl responsibto men and women. Il is a spacial actWty to that it concerns money. (Woody Altan was right when he sskf that econcmcs is about money and why it is good.) Tl>e consequeroes are startling ard stimulating, as these samples suggest

  • Without money, the employment relationship is at best share- cropping and at worst slavery.

  • A bull mark« is an economic tfeasier. The market can rise only by sucking to more and more money, which is thereby denied to the producing economy.

  • Credit amounts to nothing unless you use it Credit becomes money by becoming dObt

  • Property is what you can do wtth it It Is rot a datum tut an idea.

  • High interest is a caixo ci. inflation, not its euro.

  • Labcr is not Ihc source of value, it is the source of right.

  • Iha taw of supply and demand works backwards. Price is lb© independent variable cn which supp>/ and dorrond depend.

  • Capital pains are resized cns/ when an investment is withdrawn and ceases.

Hero are a ceupto cf quotes from this challenging and liberating bcok:

'The noSon of the underlying reality of enSghtened seri-irtterest (however deferred) is the very mode! of a priori judgment. it assumes what if pvtends to prove, it claims that no should behave in a certain way ef wc know whaf's good for us. if we don't behave in a prescribed way ifs because wo don't know what is good for us. There is no way of attscichg or bvm defending this form of argument. Enkghtened seif- interest is a dogma no more successful in subduing the riot of human behavior than is seif-interest without the eniightenmen!.9

let us say that i am a profit-maximizing man. Kot only am ! cfev&r, bod artrbthtess; nor any do / sirstch the law as far as ft wiifgo in my favor (butp'vdenffy no farther); not only do i push my ompfoyocs to tho Amit ond doa! ns sharpy as / am without my suppt'ors and my customers; not enty am f udmimd and foa/od as a keen and tough competitor— beyond these defightfuf quafides fam necnssarify a workahofic As iongas there's another dottar- another penny - to be mode. fam after if, if not tike a hawk (t have no time for scaring), perhaps kko a badger, tf thorn's no way to squeeze more out cd my regular employment, fit go moonkghang- and when f ttnaky fak into bed, if / fio awake, i am scheming ways to incmaso my profit tomorrow.

'Unfortunately, t never got to onjoyrry winnings, fm too busy fa if! worn to retox a moment, a main chance might pass me by. Literature is fuk of monsters fixe me. tokens would have had to shut up shop if he hadn't had such people to write abot/t

literature ¿s &tso fuff of ufkty msuin^ars— chamkng westrais who kve a kfe of endtess pteasure. Women are supposed to be enchanted by them. Untk very roc&nity nx>men ware themsutves supposed to kve such fives. As ffabten saw if, if was any when women nere successful in this utkity-maxknining way that their przrit-maxirizong husbands en- /eyed any utkify— afbeif a darivod uWy— from the proftts they pifod up.

'So we have a conflict. A p-offt maximizer has to forego utkkies for tack of rime. Ard untess a utkfy maximizer can manage to be supported by someone else, he (or she) wik not have resources to pay for possk^e pteasures.

'iko producer is orky a producer, and very few besides chifdmn, trio se'\ke. a fid the inrirm are onty consumers. Since producers are eiso consumers, they muat sintukaneousfy be both profit maximizers and ufkitymadmizars, and that is tmposskke. *

1993. 5x3, 320pp, trxUxad, softcover.

THE END OF ECONOMIC MAN: $10.95

(ORDER NUMBER 94215)

THE OVERWORKED AMERICAN
The Unexpected Decline of Leisure

by Ju Het B. Schor

Work. Work. Fuck work. ThU pfltntxroklng txx>k ©xptolns why, contrary to oil exportations, Americans are working harder then ever. Juict ¿chc< presents the o&tonfchhg rows that over tho past twenty years cur working hears have incroasad fry thn cqutvatant ct Czna month per year — a dramatfc spurt eiat has hit e'/erybody: mon and women, professionals as woB as low-pad workers. V/hy are we — unIke e/ery otfw irdiMtrialfcad Western rutticn — repoAtodV "ehce&'/vg' «wey over time? And what can we da to get off the treadmill?

The author says, 'One of capitalism's most durable mytb.s is tixst it has recuoed human ton. This myth is typfcaiy defended by a comparison of the modern forty-hour week with its seventy- or eighty- bour counterpart in tho nineteenth century. The rnpUrit - but rarely articulated — assumption is that the eighty hear standard has provafed for centuries. The comparison conjures up the dreary lile of medieval peasants, toiing steadly from dawn to dusk.

These images are backward projections of modern work patterns. Ard they ar© taUe. Before capitals™, most propte dd rot work very tong hours nl all. 7ho tempo c4 Ido was slow, ovon talsuroty; Cho poco o1 w>ark relaxed. Our ancestors may not have bscn rzh, tat they bod an abjndar'co od to'suro. When capitalism raised their neemo, it also took away their time.“

In chapters like "Timo Squeeze: The Extra Month c/ Week.’ * 'A Life al Hard Labor’: Capitalism and Working Hours." "O.'orwark in tho Household." The Insidcus Cycle of Work-and-Spend." and "Exiting tl-e Squirrel Cage." Scbor cuts though consumerist propaganda about bow "rich" wo Americans aro and shows just how much of our lives Is wasted in wago and debt slavery. The Overworked American is an important book which should ba read by everyone who values frcodccn.

1992, 5xS, 269 pp, fndtxtd, foheovtr.

THE OVERWORKED AMERICAN: $12.00

(ORDER NUMBER 94216)

BUSY BODIES

Why Our Time-Obsessed Society
Keeps Us Running In Place
by Lee Burns

This bco'< Is a warning atom the late twonttalb-cenlury Amercan dsoaso — tho increasing trno pressures that aro crodng car quality of life.

Today many Americans are harried and frustrated with their Ir.-es, despite being richer In material goods. Lee Burns expians this through what he calls The Paradox of the Gocd Life. In our affluent society, technology was supposed to free us for greater leisure time and creativity. instead, the demands of our tocreatfngfy ccmptex Pres have come up aganst the unyielding 24-hcur day. As a resUt we have become Busy Bodies, working frantically to maintain cuf standard of living, tut rot seem ng to gel much satisfaction.

Wth hurrtof and wit the author shows how this obsession with lime has crept into every aspect of our live®, from our changing romantic and eating habto to the way we run our economy and poitics. He shows how we ail urconsclousry measure every aoMty In terms of the time It wJl take versus tho satisfartbn it brings us, and then ascend the fess personalty rewarding artMties. The author warns us that our time obsessfen has much more serious Inplfeations for the future. V/e have toss time for friends, romance, charity work, ard thinking all aclivZtas vtfitfi once defined a fuiy ived lite.

M we aro not coreful. We author angles, the very mastery of time that has rroce our socefy rich may undo us. Already, hn warns, wo aro witnessing the fa I taro to Invest adequately in tha oooromiy cr protect tho environment, tho triumph of imago ovor subslanco, and tho ncgtoct of tho emotional bonds that nurturo us and bind car communctas. Busy Bodies Is must reading for, the many people who are struggling to make some time to- "smell the roses," amid the unrefenVbg time pressures cf our modern life.

t99J, SHxSM, 400pp, frustrated. Indexed, softcover.

BUSY BODIES: $22.95

(ORDER NUMBER 94217)

TIME WITHOUT WORK

People who are not working tell their stories

  • How They Feel • What They Do • How They Survive
    by WalfIF. Lcff& Marilyn G. Haft

Wall* F. Loti and Manlyn G. Haft traveled across the US collecting in- deprti pccjcnal accounts of what it is like not to work in this society where working is such am important part o* identity.

In their own words. 73 mon and women — a reporter wliose newspaper had just folded, a pregnant welfare mother whose job training program taught resume writing W no Job eMWt ^ki-oit construction workers, community volunteers. retired pcoplo, rich pooplo. victims of industrial disease and dozens of ocher interesting ard unusual peepte — ten thtir poignant, angry, funny, tragc. and Inspiring stories.

They use statistical. historical and cross-cultural cvxkinco to challenge the myth trial most people In this society actually work and that the work ethfc te well-entrenched and pervasive. They outlno changes in work expectations and work demands brought about by newly-rased consciousness and by post-industrialism. And. drawwg on the stories, they trace a psychological road map lor readers who may find tbem- so?.*qs cut of work in tho future.

Tho authors say: ’Seventy-three stories about one experienoa. al very different from one anollter. But look al them as a whole and patterns emerge. If you track the forms forward, somo of the shape of the future can be seen in ouClne. The stork» exhibit how tho quaity of kfo without work hinges cn how a person relates to tmo and money.

•..utility to hancto unstructured time is something one loams from experience.... Hardly anybody has had much unstructured time. Our sccety Is remarkable routntzod, and regardloss of whether peop’e work or net they lend to observe tho cor.venlicnal routines. Significantly, most of the dvi Jens Into which our Inos arc chopped are based largely around work. Wo go to school from nine to thru«, work from nrie to five, □nd observe our holidays on Mondays, regardless of the date they commemorate, tn erdor lo have a throe day week-end. We might tad sleepy at three-thirty in Ute afternoon, but do rot lie down to rest unti eleven-thirty at rnghL..

’Happily, no social conditioning is absoUte. There are people who do •ricw time as a predous resource and know how to u» it In their own interests, people who cen fully appreciate trio hours ncti working puts at their dsposnl despite the hardships being jobless can bring.

•...Transferring money as tho organizing principle in life can spur a wealth of creativity. A number of people we met had turned activities tocy enjoyed doing, such as carpentry, or cooking gourmet meets into sctablc services that helped pay their expenses and felt them free to conllr.ua doing tho other thngs they want to do. Sitoh as paint, write, counsel yourg people, or just Lvc without having to endure the rcuine of a Job.

•...this beck Is tut a beginning. But if. in addition to the reveling stones It offers its readers, fils book suxoedi in cutFnbg patterns that turn out to be fruriul dimensions when traced forward to the future. It will have served Its purpose...’

ZASJt 6 x9.417pp, soft cover.

TIME WITHOUT WORK: $9.00

(ORDER NUMBER 94232)

FIGHTING BACK ON THE JOB

by Victor Santoro

if you Vo toon a workplace victim, but cic'rrt know herw to slrka back without fear, then don't miss this collection of crafty trtaks and cunning schemes!

Ths guide to vengeance covers everyone from the nasty, cheapskate boss to Gw company spy. and g'ves you plenty of courses of action. Jirt take a took st these topics: ★ Being Fired * Cubing * Tho Hafchct Man * The Company Spy * Methods of Attack * Physical Sabotage * Organizational Sabotage ★ Go to Work for the Competition * Framing Your Boss * Unconventional Tactics * Keeping Safe ★ And More!

Everything you ever wanted to know about getting revenge at work, but wore »trad to ask. Don't got mad — get even!

19S2. 5H X SH, 149 pp, Muflnrtert softcover.

FIGHTING BACK ON THE JOB: $10.00

(ORDER NUMBER 19079)

WHY WORK?

Arguments for the Leisure Society

by Various Writers

Tlte tide of this collection by various writers, pest and present. te meant to be provocative. Here the distinction is made between work and employment. bohveen useful work ard useless loll, between pleasurable work and boring, well-pad, useless omplzymcnt. More than 30 articles are Included, injuring Tony Gibson's Vkto Wk' Do Tho Dirty Wort?.* whch in itsci is worth the price cd the book.

’What is work? Week is cf two kinds: first, altering the position of matter at cc near the earth's surface relatively to od»er such matter, second, toting other peepte to do so. The first kind ¡3 unpleasant and it paid, the second Is pleasant and higNy paid. The second kind is capable of indefinite extension: there are not only those who give orders, but those who give adrice as to what centers shoUd be given. Usually two opposite kinds of advice are given slmutaneousty by two organized bodes ot mon; this Is caltod polrics.* — Bertrand Russell. Z? Praise of tiSvmfss

Pte conkibulixs to this volume rang® ffom WIKam lAorris with Ks ever topical essay on Wort ^-orsus Usoioss Toll which was first published mom thnn n hundred yoore ago. new translations of Kropotidn s Wapv System and Camillo Bomcri's The Prubern of Wort. to oantompccay writers who all draw Ute same cocdusicns as Bob Black in Tho Abandon of Wort: 'No one should ever work.'

19S3. SH xSHf 210 pp, fofdouK Wuolntloa, ^oftcoyr.

WHY WORK?: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 94140)

THE JOY OF NOT WORKING

by Ernlo J. Zcllnskl

Work sucks If you want to add Id tho tcoc. quality, and experience of your Uto. th« book will be a valuable asset. You can use The Joy Of Hot Working as a practical and reliable gude to create a paradise a-A-ay from tho workplace whether you are retired, unemployed or overworked.

Success and satisfaction aATiy from tho workplace are not based on being lucky in Gto. To attain Ute two takes elfort in following erd applying certain retev-ent principles. Those principles aro tho bass for Uns tXJCk Being without work shouldn't be a time of despair, instead it should bo n umo tar celebrating. AXhcugh rxX working can be a Challenge, f. can bo much mcco productive than working.

Some quotes from Tho Joy Of Not Working:

The majorrty of us wit spend tho greater part of cur adult ife working. Taking Into account getting ready for week, commuting to work, talking about our jobs, and wonyirvg about getting laid off. we will have spent more limo during our working Irves thinking about work, than thinking about all cur other concerns in life."

’Let us use nn exrzr.pto Id ilUsIrato the ludicrous results whch can occur from hanging on to tho bold hard wrxk is a virtue. Suppose al any given momoni tho world roods X number of paper clips for its operation. With conventional technology, Y number of people are needed to prodjoo those paper clips. They al work Ion hours a day and everyone wshes they had more leisure time. Supposes somteono invents a new and more efficient machno for making papar dips. Noa; on>/ half as marry pacplo as before aro required Id produce X number of paper clps. In a sensible world, the paper dip makers wcukJ al work half as many hours as they worked before. They would all have much more leisure time. The world is not thia sensible. Because p^>f^ sill hang on to Ute belief that they shoUd all work ten hours a day. all paper dip maker» work these hours until there is a surplus In paper clips. Eventually, half The workers are laid oft. This guarantees cvcrycoa is miserabfe. The ladoft wofcera have to much toUuro timo and net enough money. The retained workers are overworked, and havo Ido tilde leisure. Instead of contributing to everyone’s heppnoss. tho unavoidable ¡'»crease in leisure adds to everyone’s misery. Tho moraity cf work ends up contributing to major unhappiness. Only by having cur morab ettenge. to keep pace with our changing world, can wo avoid these unhca'xhy situations.’

Wort sucks. So g>/e Tho Joy Of Not Workings Uy - we bet you will bo realty glad you ddl

1O9S, SH X 10, 194pp. iihntratcJ. softcover.

THE JOY OF NOT WORKING: $15.95

(ORDER NUMBER M226)

Money-Making Opportunities

Introduction

If you're so smart, why aren't you rich?

ilTIES

Freedom costs money, time erd energy. The books In this sccton esn pot «toted on tiw money part. Our mow/ wetion indudos theoretical general material on money ard monay-mAtong. ar. wot as many txwks suggesting specific unusual ways of mntorvg big bocks that you can &A started on right now.

Financial irdeperderx» can bo yours, and this section is a gcoti starting place. We have chosen those books carofuly for their usefulness and re’evarce. These books wore written for you.

OFFBEAT CAREERS

The Directory of Unusual Work

byAfSacharov

Work Is a four-letter word. Its up to us to decide whether that f cur- fetter wrxd reads ’drag’ or •tovo.’ It’s the o'd square peg in a round bole routine, Poopta find thcmsci’/os trapped in dead-end jobs for a variety of reasons parental pre>:ure. hunger fix prestige, or lack of courage to try something different. For most of us. ifs a lol easier to complain about the present than to risk the future. But one of the saddest reasons for a person to stay stuck is nc< knowing the rangs cf options that arc available.

Offbeat Careers: The Directory of Unusual Work Is ircondod to pash bock parameters for people. These are real jobs heto by real people. Iba placement information Is time*/, accurate, nnd often no more than a phone car or letter away. Obviously, vw> positions tn ths took arc not foe evt?rycoe. But even if you don't chcow to work in trie Antarctic, you can use this book to stimulate the thought process and open up mere avenues on the road map of life

Wo spend one-third of our IMes working. That Is a leng tkno to be dong something that you don’t ike. Tho key is to trust your heart to move ycu where your talents can flourish. Once you rcaizo that life moans more than just punching a time ck>ck. you win begn moving year energies into Helds that realty do need work.

19SS. 6x9. 165pp, softcover.

OFFBEAT CAREERS: $6.95
(ORDERNUMBER 64115)

FINANCIAL FREEDOM FOR THE COMMON MAN

by Frank M. Cassady

This took describes hundreds of unusual proven mcneymaking businesses anyone can start rognrdtoss of their education of financial background or experience. Make irritation work fur you instead of against you. There Is money to bo made n America today, ye*, most poepfe don’t know how to do «.

Maybe you went become a mlllcnalre, but you can at toast reach a comfortable level where you can live where you want, cat healthy toed ycu like, and have enough money no! to worry atxxx inflation. You can ga far in ifo. and this book can get ycu started.

Among the hundreds of maney-maMng Ideas discussed arc: • Buyng ured Volkswagens • Ecology boxes • Mlitary pbefos • Mcbio mechanic • Jink • Factory seconds • Dating clubs • Cattsh ponds ♦ Bcycto rentals • Clam shells • Cargo freight containers • Catering truck • And much more.

If ycu want to get rfch. you must first wwir a working man’s bod. Thora is no better time Io get started than now.

1931, SJixSH, 37pp. softcover.

FINANCIAL FREEDOM

FOR THE COMMON MAN: $4.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64061)

900 KNOW-HOW
How To Succeed With
Your Own 900 Number Business
by Robert Mastin

Four Facts Ycu SiwuU Know Ab-out SCO
Numbers:

1. Dial-a-pccn is cn lite way out ard even
now accounts for onty 3% of all 903
programs.

2. Many new 900 programs fai because
they are launched by people who have
not done the* homework to team too
business or to find out what it takes to
8UX»»d Bacausa tho 930 business
has so marry tnjy unique advantages,
the fere cf easy profits has been
Irreskjtibto, and too many would-be en-
trepreneurs have jumped onto the
barxfAogon completely unprepared.

3. Ttere Is A lot of hypo ard btotarrt misinformation out there surrounding Ihe 500 industry, porpetoatod by snake ol hucksters who are Ceecing naive opportunity soakers. For example, you canrot 'uttrC a 930 number, and the government does not l«mit thn quantity of 930 numbers that are available.

4. Established businesses are getting into the 900 industry in ever growing numbers. Virtual»/ every business has access to uriquo. trnely or specia’ized Information that can bo sod by means of a 930 number. A 900 number is a amvenlerri. efficient information delivery medium, for both the caller and the tofixmabon provider.

The 9CO number business is tho toeaf home business. Launch your own 900 number badness and sell pre recorded Informaban orcs the telephone to a national market - - 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Learn the secrets to one ol the most exciting busmass opportunities of the century — this industry has expkxtod from zero to 5975.OCO.OCO In just four yea/sl And it has only just begun

You will be amazed how easy It is to start year own 903 number business. Very tow start-up costs. Work part-time from homo, anywhere n tba country. Tl»e only equipment needed Is a tcuch-tono trfcphonc. Ycur poterz a’ market Is huge — tho entire country • enty a telephone call away- Ard best ol all. the pficoe company cor«45 all your money for you — collection costs are zero!

To feurxh a profitable 9CO pregram, you muit learn the secrets to success What 9CO programs work, and why. What pitfars to avdd Ycu ncod honest advtoe from experts — poepto who have scon ti»e mogahits as well as Iha flops. You need 900 Know-How: How To Succeed With Your Own 900 Humber Business. You can gal all the tacts in the test, most corrpreltensiva book yet written abort ths exerting new bus nnr.s opportune/.

1997, SK xSh, 160pp, softcover.

900 KNOW-HOW: $19.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64137)

HOW TO MAKE MONEY WITH STOCKS $3 A SHARE OR LESS

by R. Max Bowser

fAora than 100.(XX) erpfas o1 this booklet have boon sdd since its first edbon was pu Wished in 1979. ¡1 cut Ines a plan fee scooting low- priced slocks Via! are ikety to go up h price, how to purchase them, and when and fiow to ser them.

TTie factors that Bowser advocates ccns’dering Indude:

  • "Rie exchange the stock *e traded co

  • The princpaJ business erf Ito company

  • Annual sates of it« company

  • The highest price per share in the teat two years

  • The average daily volume ot the Mock traded

  • Dividends

  • Current ratio on the company's balance sheet

  • Long-term debt of the-company

  • Number erf shares outstand ng

  • Earnings over the test the years

  • Current earnings

  • and Current sales at thw company.

R. Max Bowser tells you how to evaluate and weigh each of these factors to pick the low-priced stocks ttiat are most likely to double in value, and How To Make Money With Stocks S3 A Share Or Less. With low-priced shares. ycu can start with a small amount erf capital, devote minimum time to thia venture, you are protected from severe tosses, and there is a chance tor large gans.

R Max Bowser's How To Mako Money With Stocks $3 A Share Or Less Is the best inirodUctbn we have soen to speculating m low- priced stocks.

1333 adkion, a (9 x 11, 33 pp. tkuxi/afvd. ioft cover.

HOW TO MAKE MONEY WITH STOCKS

$3 A SHARE OR LESS: $5.00

(ORDER NUMBER 64101)

BETTER THAN A LEMONADE STAND
Small Business Ideas for Kids
by Dary! Bernstein

Hoy. yea don't have to ba a kid to
make some spending money off those
ideas. But H you’re bred of being hit up
for your hard-earned bucks, you might
buy this bock tor your tods and let them
earn H themselves.

Daryl Bernstein is fifteen years od.
He’s owned and run more successful
businesses as a kid than most poepte
do as .-touts. In this book, ho describes
51 small businesses that are easy to
launch arto require little or no start-up
costs.

Some of iho c’ovcc Ideas in this
book Include: • Babysitting Broker •
Birthday Party Planner • Computer
Teacher • Delivery Pcrscn • Gift

Wrapper • House Checker • Launderer • Photograph Organizer • Price Shopper • Recycler • Snack Vendor • Wake-Up Caller • And Many More!

Daryl gves tips on supples. time needed, whst to charge and how to advertise. He suggests special strategtes for each venture, based cn h’s own experience.

TNs book Is great lor kds looking to gat an early atari cn the road to success. And fas hcfptU tor adults, toe. It you're looking for «nccrne sources so far off tho books that no con will evor fnd them.

1992. SfixSH. 170 pp. Rtostrated. xoft cover.

BETTER THAN A LEMONADE STAND: $7.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64139)

mcmji t< m>:h
ACTION
CAREERS
err Nr NT »4 TIE

HlX-ftSK uce MARKET

ACTION CAREERS
Employment In the High-Risk Job Market
by Ragnar Benson

Lning on the edge... its a
common theme with songwriters,
filmmakers, arto advertisers. The
popular appeal of adding excite-
ment to your fife runs through every
strata of American society.

So how can the average Joe.
bogged down In a 940-5 nut with
onty the lawn mower to look forward
to on weekends, acconrpitsh this
dream? By breaking into a new
career in the high-risk job market!

The many jobs ava table to the
action-oriented man arc delated
here by an adventurer who has
experienced first-hand how exciting
and Invigorating such jobs can be.
They all email risk; some entail
great risk. Rodeo riders. for

instance. are notorious for gelling busted up. Gunrunners go broke, gel
shot — or make a milion.

imagine guiding folow adventurers through massive, bcuWcr-sIrcwn waterfats. br^ng tossed about by tons of fretny. wild water amdsl the nde&tfbabte beauty Miura n Its primeval slate. Or, experience midnight encounters with sholgun-lotng drug smugglers while working as a Border petrol officer. Escape burning cars, crash aircraft, and ski Off of precipices as a stunt man. while hobnobbing w.-.h movxi stars arto directors.

Many, many other job opportunities are covered here. The possbiities are enctess. and easier to get Into than you realize. Dcnl waste another moment daydreaming. Let Action Careersgive you a new tease on life. Now is the time to go ter II!

1937. 6x9, 360pp. MfiKtrated. hard cover.

kCmOU CAREERS: $24.95
(ORDER NUMBER 60045)

SMALL BUSINESSES THAT GROW
AND GROW AND GROW
Start Your Own Business
With an Investment of $100 or Less!
by Patricia A. Woy

Instc.to erf sitting around wishing
for more money, hundreds of
thousands cf Arr>ar>cans are dc<ng
sometling atxx/1 it — th-sr/re
staring thcr own business. These
are mt unusual pocpln with special
tataris and unimitad funds to risk
on nsw ventures. They are ordinary
people with ordnary skills. Bui they
da share a coup'e cf 'special
ingredonta' — plenty of
enthusiasm for a business odea and
a strong desire to succeed. While
there is no cnc guaranteed
success formula, taking certain
factors into considoraticn will
reduce youf risk -orf failure.

1. Select a business you wit Ike.

not only today. btX several years into the future.

2. Start smal. Doni overcommil Initially. Gro* with your business and profits.

3. Analyze tie market. Be sure your business tills a corrmunity need.

4. Find CLi everything you can about the business. Read trade journals; tak to others already Invohrod. Mako yourself an export — a professional — as quk:Wy as possible.

"Dus book offers stop-by-stop instructions for setting up and suocossfiily operating scores erf drfferent businesses. A comptele index and hundreds af information sources are inciudod in this excellent book.

1333, 6x3, 213 pp. indexed, soft cover.
SMALL BUSINESSES THAT GROW

AND GROW AND GROW: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64088)

HOW TO MAKE CASH MONEY
SELUNG AT SWAP MEETS,
FLEA MARKETS, ETC.

by Jordan Cooper

You can make cash
money soling at swap
meets. flea markets. etc.
— com in □ while an a
pan time toocme. or as
a full time business.
Several years ago. Jor-
dan Cooper found htot-
setf laid c« and wthcut
an income. He ard his
wile held a yard safe,
and then tock live tott-
over items to a bcal
swap meet. In coo day.
they look in several
hundred dollars. He
hasn't worked at a regu-
lar job since. Sen»,
times, his prcC for a
singte weekend g more
than an entire month’s
salary at his former job!
In the 'exciting new
buck. be offers you a
professional toskfers

view o' tha swap med scone, from sdcdng your merchandise to how to (toal wth IRS. His tips and how to's were learned in the School of Hard Knocks - and can save you some hard knocks of ywr own. Topics covered toclide:

▲ Working swap meets vs. opening a retail store — nine adraniagcs of working swap m

▲ How to select your merchandise — finding the right Items fee tte right Icca’e

▲ How to sei up your booth to both attract more customers and reduce your own woteoad

▲ v/hat to da ¿bring stow periods — surefire methods to got customers to come to jw/lattes

a Equipment and supples — 12 things you should always take with you

a How to s.Tva money cn food and transportation costs a How to fgurc out how much to charge foe your merchandise a Th© easiest way to keep track of sates

a Profiles Of typical swap meet venters — and typical customers a How to handle hassles with other dealers

a Dna'ing w.th obroxbus customers

a Quck and easy methods ©f prelecting your stuff from rain and citer bed weather

A Hew tD advertise at the swap meat — the test ways Io draw customers to year axhibtt

a Tte swap meet vender and the IRS—whet you /rxitfknow a How to gel tte most out of swap moots as a customer ycursel a An exlenslv© listing of publications, organisation» and soirees of merchandise

a Expandhg your ino — what to took for ard what to watch out for a A complete Glossary c4 terms uste at swap meets

a How to select th a bc^t wNcie A And much, much more.

Ycu can get started making cash money soling al swap meets now! k tow initial investment to a’l that Is roqured. you can still hokl your regular job whle youYe getting stated, and you wil bo your own boss. Jcrdito Cooper Is an ©xpertencod professional and How To Make Cash Money Setting st Swap Meets, Flea Markets, Etc. is Ite single finest bock of its type ever pubFshed. highly recommended

!9SS, 5Hx6H, 160 pp. frustrated, softcover.
HOW TO MAKE CASH MONEY SELLING AT
SWAP MEETS. FLEA MARKETS. ETC.: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 13077)

FOR FUN AND PROFIT
Self-Employmont Opportunities
In Recreation, Sports and Travel
by Crawford Undsey

Ooos tho itea of tong your own boss white working al ytxjr favorite
recreational activity appeal to you? Many of tho peepte interviewed to
this bock ana teng just that, and they offer corxiusivo proof that it is
pcstibfe to combine business with pleasure — and make money at it.

Amencans am spending more money en recreaban than ever be-
fore. About $1 cut oí every $8 of consumers’ personal spendng now
goes for reernaton. mece than is spent on national defense.

Ite enormous sums now spent on rocrcaiicn fava created al sorts
of sett-employment opportune©:;. Ths book takes s» how-to approach
nod ©xptorcr. cppcdunitios in:

*• River rating * Personal Uncss coach ng *
★ Ski tounng * Spading goods businesses * Aerobios *

  • Bicycle touring * Sports promotion *

-* Rock climbing * Leading tours abroad *
★ And much more. *

If you are Interested to explcdng tte opportunities for self-employ-
ment to tte rec rea Ben a I hold. For Fun And Profits tho bock Io gel you
started.

1W4, SHxSH, 179pp, aottcovar.
FOR FUN AND PROFIT: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64077)

HOW TO SURVIVE WITHOUT A SALARY

by Cheries Long

This to coe of our favorite
bxks here at Locmpenica. and
we are '/er/ pleased to seo it
back in print again. How To
Survive Without A Salary
to a
book for everyem* wormed
with tte diminishing purchasing
po^er of their dollar. This no-
ncnsense guide will help you
hang onto your money, to add-
tbn to valuable end specte tps
on saving money, you will l(»m
all about the eccnom'c philoso-
phy behind the Cons&ver
LUcstyto.
Never again will ycu
acccpl Iha bind consumer solu-
tion io every problem — buying
that which the manufacturers
and advertisers tell ycu you need
to have.

As a Conservar, you will team haw 1o:a nvod ccnsumcr tre^s • budgel effectively • areP/ze your true needs • plan your personal attack on infialon • make a casual toccme • utitze second tend buying and auctions • find attemattves to buying • save en laxos and Insuranoa • begto tte Conserver Ltestyte yourself • and mixh more.

This unlq.ua beck Is not a •back-to the-oounlry’ gukic. Tte hundreds of iteas and common sonso principios alow you to reduce your need 1o< money and get along anywtero. Wtethor you arc employed now or without a salary. Ihe In tte city or tha county, tn© author stews you tew to get atong with less and make (to with what you already have. Besides hc'png yvu teng ento your money. How To Survive Without A Salary am het ycu r^p many citer tenafits. such as: • Spnrd yatr timo as you wtoh • Take off a year or two for travel • Return to schod withcu! debt • Start your own business on a shoestring • And much, much moro.

How To Survive Without A Salary is a book foe those looking tor indvidusl freedom end opportunity, tt you want to lake charpa of your IHq without poveerment ‘help’ or tolertereoce, then How To Survive Without A Salary will be one of tte most important books ycu wil ever road.

teas, 6x9, 232pp, sort cover.

HOW TO SURVIVE WITHOUT A SALARY: $12.95
(ORDER NUMBER 13084)

HOWTO
SURVIVE

HOW TO FIND AND BUY
YOUR BUSINESS IN THE COUNTRY
by Frank Kirkpatrick

It ycu feel a strong attraction
toward runrtng a country
business. but have no Wea
where to begn. this book wit tell
you what you need to Yrw* to
make the daemons that are
nght 1oc you. Ite is a slop-by.
step, henest and rolcnttosshy
practical gudo to locating and
buying a financially scund
business that will pro-ide a
tving for you and your terrify.

You wil learn:« How to
answer ads deserting
businesses for sale • How to
get Che feel of a place when
you’re boxing it over • Her* to
'earn how well the business has
really been doing • How 1 o ge< a

bonk loan • And much mere. with case histories so you can loam from the mistakes cl ethers.

Buying a country buaness te not for the fazy or tho limd. Yc</t work hard, and youtl probably rr.ake mistakes: cvorycne does But with this book as a guide, you wil avoid tho big mistakes—the khd that can put you out of busness.

tSSS, Mt x it, 199 pp. cisxnx xndtonns, indexed, son cover.

HOW TO FIND AND BUY

YOUR BUSINESS IN THE COUNTRY: $11.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64097)

MAIL ORDER MOONLIGHTING

by Cecil C. Hoge, Sr

After sales cf over 1O3.CO0 copies,
after nine consecutive reprints, the best
book on Man Order is better than ever.
Mali Order Moonlighting, the book
that launched a thousand businesses,
has been comptotefy revised to
incorporate the vasty increased
opportunes lor mail order success

Cedi Hoge draw’s on aver titty years
exporters* in the business. During that
uno. he‘s sod every imaginabto
product. pioneering mall order
techniques that have become common
praettoo. Ard bo shares te hard-
Gamed experience ard insights with
you. Mail Order Moonlighting is really
five books in one:
♦ Book Ono: Welcome to Mail

Order An totrodxtton to the ups and downs. Ins and cuts of the trail order business.

  • Book Two: The Expanding Universe A guded tour of thousands of products that can successfully be sdd through fie mail.

  • Book Three: Mail Order Persuasion Valuable, tested advtoe on how to create ads that sol.

  • Book Four: Selection and Negotiation Iba numbers of mad order—choosing advertising outlets and buying time & space.

  • Book Five: Nuts and Bolts Recommendations and warnings for tho beginner to the biggest success.

Mxi! Order Moonlighting teaches you to start your own business in weeks from home m year spare time, at your own pooe and with little cc ro risk .. all you need to create capital increase your income, gradually chanr^ careers or even make a fortune. Highly recommended.

1998, 6x9, 359pp, softcover.

MAIL ORDER MOONLIGHTING: $12.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64018)

HOW TO EARN $15 TO $50 AN HOUR
AND MORE WITH A PICKUP TRUCK OR VAN

by Don Lilly

This completely revised and
up-dated book Is ore of Ilie finest
moneymaking publications we
Ivave seen. Il is work-oriented and
leads its reader through each step
necessary to setting up their own
bue’noss with virtually no capital
investment and rw export cnee. If
ycu aro unemployed or
undcrcmpioyod. don't be at the
mercy of employers. economic
slumps, job shortages, or skit
(feftaencies. You can start your
own business with virtually no
espialinvestment

A hawing storvfce can be
started In any city, town or viltogs,
h any season srd at ary time
convenient to you. Ycu set the
poco. accept or reject work as
you see fit. nrd have the freedom

and ftowbiity to carry on important activities. And, you will have a chance to do a tot of business oit the books. whch makes the an idea wsin worth considering.

O sc over tho secret of tnppng sources of tree merchandise a genuine treasures. And get paid a minimum cf $15 an hour to take away items fc< the home, office, or business. Such things as construction materials, iccte. auto parts, hardware, piumbing and electrical supplies, furniture, sportng poods, toys, dotting, small & large appliances, carpets, .tnd objects of art. aro $UI usable, some txand new — end you will bo paid to Ixsiul it a**ay!

1 lustrated w?.h Fno drawings, tho tock includes a rale chart, sarrpta ads. practical fps. tots of soori. workable advice, and has all tho information you need for turning your vehicle Into a ‘rncnuy machene.*

19B7,5Hx3H, 119pp. iffvttrxtod, softcover.

HOW TO EARN $15 TO $50 AN HOUR & MORE
WITH A PICKUP TRUCK OR VAN: $12.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64073)

WORK WITH PASSION

How To Do What You Love for a Living

by Nancy Anderson

Tte bock is w rxinn to help you Lvg tho Ute ycu were bom to l?.e — a life that works in the true sense ci the word •’works.* When your ife •works’ your life comes together, wZh a hamtonfous balance ameng all its facets: ycur work, your family, your ler.os. your finances, and your mental and spiritual gro^h.

There are greet simfarilles among successful people who love their work While it is true that tire/ think in a certain way. what is more important is that successful, powerful people act. How tlxry act is tbs subject of thfe took. The technique cf observing powerful behavior and then reproaxing the desired action is the Quickest and easiest way to achieve personal change and bring about bettor oocdilbns.

The book begins with a thorough analysis of the product to be marketed you. Most sci hclp books focus on techniques, mfccmaticxi and other external sources. Ths book, however, insists that >ou fir^t focus MWraaty' — kfentifying ycur pnsslfxt — before focusing cn techniques for success. One must precede the other. In fact, self- knov^dge defines all else, ¡nctodog technique. If the business ycu chooso to ostablsh or tho job you're after Is In twnmeny wrtt your passion and your values, you wit suococd with it. But rt It is nc < in hamxxry. rx>matter how much monoy ycu make, you will sabotage that business or job so that you can gst cut of It Rotnquishng what is not right for ycur lie's purposes allows you the freedom to head for ycur passton.

1994, SH x 9H, 315pp, soft cover.

WORK WITH PASSION: $9.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64103)’

MAKE
MONEY
READING
BOOKS

tniXA mt

MAKE MONEY READING BOOKS
How to Start and Operate Your Own Homo-Based
Freelance Reading Service

by Bruce Fife

Would you like to have a job Hat
pays you to sit back in yctx own
living room and rood books, playa,
magazine artictos and unpublished
manuscripts? If )oj would, this book
will open up a new world or opportu-
nity to you. It explains In dotali how
you can sot up and epnrato a suc-
cessful freelance reading service in
the comfort of your own hemo.

Tltore are thousands of busi-
nesses and IndMduals who nocd
and use martora and pay well far
the? services. In ills book ycu will
discover the marry exciting oppor-
tuna» available lo freelance read-
ers. and bow to start your own mati-
ng service business. This is not ¡usi

a "hew to* book. it is e r.P/v to make reeding a business9 book.

An/body can txaAk Into this business. Having a co l ego dograe Is helpful tut not necessary. The ablrty to read well and a genuine levo of reading are the two primary roqurcmonis needed to operate a profitable reading service.

Chaters include: Making mono)* reading * Freelance rearing op- portunVes * Sertng up your business * Marketing your seMces a Gudolines lor success A How to become a publebod author a Literary services A Book reviewing ★ Researching ★ Transit ng A Indexing * LMerary roprosentaton a Manuscript resting a Qtfiw roading jobs * and moro.

The author has practical, first hand totoA<edga about reading sor- tfc«. Ha Is an nio^cndwil bock putfShGf who hrnr. and works wXh many freelance readers throughout no country.

1993. SH x OH, 209 pp. indexed. soft cover.

MAKE MONEY READING BOOKS: $12.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64143)

HOW TO MAKE $100.000 A YEAR
AS A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR
by Edmund J Pankau, CU. CPPh CFE

How would you Ike to ba part cf
cna of Die testest-growlng busi-
nesses of Uto 90's. with tow over-
head. no inventory, end profits di-
rectly related to your ability to do th©
ob?

In ths book - tho first of As kind
to focus on finding jebs ard making
money — Ed Pankau. a PI with
more than 20 years' experience, tells
ycu what reefy works and what
(foesrit. Which cities are gumshce
goldmines and which am invest go-
bve wastelands? Where should yea
advertise year services? (This an-
swer will surprise you: lor instance,

successful Pls never advertise in the yellow pages.) What businesses, industries and governmental agencies are crying lor ’data detectives' to track down missing people. info and assets? What three essential tods must you master in order to succeed In today's «formation age?

Tho answers to those questions. as woi as other insider tricks Of the trade. will help you start earning your way to the tcp.

1993, x 11. 112 pp. iififstrafed. softcover.
HOW TO MAKE $100,000 A YEAR

AS A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR: $19.95 (ORDER NUMBER 55003)

NCWIHTrnMATWHU EOlTdW
7>tr XANADU SYSTEM

Iknv to,
a$et iNtKl
$$^10,000

io tìwvl*

HOW TO GET PAID $30,000 A YEAR TO TRAVEL
Without Selling Anything

by Craig Chilton

This a corrptole
placement manual and
Quid? for cna of the
most Incredible jobs on
earth. It to the b’po of
portion that most
pooplo droam afoul
but do not realize exfete.
The position to aVncel
unknown to these
otzsefe Uto field, simply
because people almost
never g?/e conscious
thought to the way
recreational ard
specced vohtods
reach their respeetve
dealerships and desti-
nations. Chances are
you have never seen a
motorized vehicle of a
rocroabcnaJ cc special-
ized nature being
transported cn a truck.

Pvat is because they almost novar .vo. duo to their size and height. AJmcst invariably, they arc driven from their hundreds of points d msnufacturn, to their thousands upon thousands of deaiorshps and customers. iFrcuqbout the USA and Canada

How To Get Paid 330.000 A Year To TravoiWta you oxactiy how to find ths kind of work. Virtuaty al drivers who own ffiis took and work full-bmc at i earn at least $33.000 a year, and most of those wbo fellow tho bock's marry lips and hslrvctcns wm between $40,000 and S52.0CO a year. $iO.COO per ye6f Is a comtortablo tovcl of carrings, because Uis provides you with tho amount of time off per y©ar that Is enjoyed by most office workers. The difference b: delh'ery drivers enjoy a special txnnd of freedom that is avaitable to very few people doing other types of work. If you would like Io explore making good money in this unique field, there is no better starting place tian How To Cot PM 330,000A Year To Travel!

1991, OH x 11, 192pp. softcover.

HOW TO GET PAID $30,000 A YEAR TO TRAVEL: $24.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64144)

PROFESSIONAL GUN DEALING

Buying, Soiling and Trading Firearms
for Fun and Profit

by Ryan K Kephart

If you havo a passion for firearms. Ifce to barter or acker ard woUdnt mind tots of extra cash in your pocket, this bcok ks woi worth the smal investment of tme and mcnay. ITS not ycur typcrJ reference bock with information on specifC firearms (X prtong THs guda was des'gnsd with one purpose In mind — to hep y-u lum a profit by becoming a bo Iter trader.

In his easy, down-home style. Ryan Kephart shows you tho ins and cuts of the firearms business that would normally take years to learn .and coaches you in Uto 'art of the trade.' You wrt loam what you need to get started, sthi» and Miqustfe. steMafd oporating prtz&Uuto and methods of grading and assassmont For tho experienced dealer, there are lips on obtaining financing, hnts atout marketing and promotion, pus valuable information ycu may have forgotten or don't use to your advantage.

Regardless of your level of invo>remen! in Uto industry, this valuable resource Is chock ful of proven facto that will help you enhance your business and pet Uto most for ycur money.

1993. 5Hx3>i, 224pp. Wuatrated, sort corer.

PROFESSIONAL GUN DEALING: $20.00

(ORDER NUMBER 25074)

THE TEN BEST OPPORTUNITIES
FOR STARTING A HOME BUSINESS TODAY

The New Careers Center, Inc. with Reed Glenn

There are two basic types c4
home txisJness Cooks: Those that
briefly every type of business
tut can conceivably be operated
from home, and those mat cover
one spoerte business in exhaus-
tive debit. Th© problem with those
(hat briefly ccrrcr epportu cities (up
to 1.COO in one bock we knew ci)
is that they give noAhere near
enough detal to make an in-
formed decision about whether
the opportunity could reaty week
for ycur unique situation. They
also give the irrpressicn that
there are hundreds or equally
good home business eppor-
lunrtos. which is simply not tn;a.
The proMem with opportunity-
specific books, on the other hand,

is that most peepto only know they want to start a homa-hasod business and haven’t deeded mfarA business to pursue.

This book is dfterent. h recognizes that there are only a few homo businesses tfiat realistfcall/ after sold, proven oppertunihos for ordnary people with itde exart-up money, and it presents enough in dapen information on each to allow ycu to choose which opportunity is most Bksly to work for ycu.

77>e Ten Bast Opportunities For Starting A Home Business Today achieves a nice balance between tho facte and figures ycu neod to know. and inspiring. persocATzcd SUCOBS8 storios that make fascinating reading. A full chapter ts devoted to each o1 the ten best opportunities, and an intrcduciory chapter dscusses atert-up Questions. bps and ad- wco corrmon to all. Would you Ike io be complG^ly indeperxlerrt. Ifee of corpccatc politics, and make a good ncxima win almost uMimted potential? The businesses covered n this tock otfar rcakshc oppcrtunl- ties for achieving just this type of success.

1993. 6x9. 241 pp, SOftOOVer.

THE TEN BEST OPPORTUNITIES FOR STARTING
A HOME BUSINESS TODAY: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64151)

THE HOLLYWOOD JOB-HUNTER'S
SURVIVAL GUIDE

How To Survive (And Succeed) In Hollywood
Without Being Sleazy

An Insider's Winning Strategies

by Hugh Taylor

What kind of job woud you da to start a career in the movte industry? Would you get coHee for a Elude cxecutvo? Work in the mailroom? Take tie producer's wife's deg to lunch?!!!

The competton for jobs in Holywood is fierce, and man)’ think that only the unscapulcus survive. Out the truth is. there arc many jobs cut thore for those who are w Hing to stert co the lower rungs cl tlxs ladder.

Hugh Taylor knows al the ins and outs of finding, and keeping, a job •n thn bz.’ Mr. Taytor has successfully navf$>ated his way through the career c(x>3cfe8 o! the mocon picture ndusary. Frcm Leng a film producers driver and gofer to current?'/ working as toe Vtoe President of Development for a leading independent production company. Hugh Taylor te wefl versed in the motion picture job market.

This wen-written Tufcde includes chapters on Getting The Jeb. Setting Up the Office and Getting to Work. The Script and Story Development Process. Productton. Information. Putting it All Together, Issues and Perspectives, and much, much more.

19*3, 5x3. 336pp iifuitreted, soft corer.

THE HOLLYWOOD JOB HUNTERS SURVIVAL GUIDE: $16.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64149)

19 9 4
WRITER'S
MARKET
Whrre A how .

to sell wh«>y»u write '

1994 WRITER'S MARKET

Where & How To Sell What You Write
4.000 Places to Sell Your Articles, Books,
Short Stories, Novels, Plays, Scripts,

Greeting Cards, and Fillers!

Invaluable tor writers,
this is one ol trite most
useful reference works
anyone can own. This
now edition of Writer's
Market
is your key to
getting ycur work to the
rigN buyers' hands, to
addition to ths more
than 4, COO places to sell
your work, you will a'so
find he'pfU artefes.
interesting and useful
— sklebars ard fols cf
inside tips from the
cdtors co ovoiything
frem targeting your
magazine submissions
Io convincing an cdtor
that there rcafcy is a
market for your tock.

You will find every-
thing you n*ed to mar-
ket your writing, includ-
ing

  • More than 4.003 potential markets for ycur writing

  • 700 ncvF’lislings of buyers of freelance material

  • Interviews with professionals in th© fteld. tocludng Mariana Liddell, articles editor tor Smihsonian: Jamas Cohen, armor editor at Sierra Club Bocks: Alee Wilkinson. author of A Wofcnf Act and a writer co the Staff of the Afcrr rtvAw;and Caret Wiley Lorente. managng od tor of Times

  • A special ont-page sidebar ’Publishing Outside The Main- slrwtm,“ featuring Loompenics Unlimited and Editorial Director Steve O'Keefe

  • Prcjcctons on where year opportunities as a writer wll Ite In 1994

A quck lock at the Table of Contacts will familiarize ycu with th© arrangement of the 1994 Writer's Market The three largest scctons cf the book are the market listings of Book Publishers; Ccnsumcr Magazines; and Trade. Technical and Professional Journals. Within each category. The markets are Sated alphabettoalty. You will also find sections for scriptwriting markets, greeting card publishers, and syrxtcatcs. Be sure to re^d the Irv/oduction for each section tefcco you turn to toe l-stngs. The section Introductions contan specific rifoematicn about Herds, submission methods and otlter helpful resources for the material included In that section.

The 1994 Writer's Market conte'ns articles on soiling to magazines, pitch ng a bcok proposal, current trends In book and magazine pubish- ing and much more. ’Insider Reports* - interviews wzh writers and edtote—offer stf/fce ard an inside look at pubishng.

Mincing the Dctafo offers valUabto Intormation abrurt rigtxs. taxes end oilier practical matters. New or unpublished writers sboUd also mad Before Ycur First Sato. There e also a helpful section tfiod How Much Should I Charge? that offers gudanco for setting yo<x freelance writing fees.

The 1994 Writer's Market is the s-ngte hnsst reference work any professional or aspiring professional writer can own. And Its tengthy listings of book pubisbers, consumer and trade magazines make It a valuable research tool in isctf. We highiy rocommend the 1994 Writer's Market

1993. 6 x9h. 1,00Spp, Hfustrated, indexed, futrd corer.

1994 WRITER S MARKET: $26.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64150)

HOW YOU CAN MAKE $25,000
A YEAR WRITING

(No Matter Where You Live)

try Nancy Edmonds Hanson

You can make J2S.OCO or mom wrtong —
no matter hnw far you are from New York City.
This tock 15 about making fdl-trne freelancing
8 foll-fiacfgod budnoss. How You Can Make
$25,000A Year Writing
will help you:

  • set profitable ycarty. monthly, weekly and
    hrxrrty rata;

  • regelato successfully for the money you
    nred tor Iha pb

  • cUbvatn magazine markets and write books
    - prof tatty—in the boonles

  • break into broadcast writing

  • dn-vatop a base for commercial cfente

  • and mixh, much more.

How You Can Make $25,000 A Year Writing shows you tba many ways ycu can capitalize co your islervt to earn men? money writing than you ever dreamed possible. This eye-opening and lire?/ bock uncovers an abundan» of lucrative writing opportunities no matter where you Irra.

1990. 6x9,232 pp. indexed, softcover.

HOW YOU CAN MAKE $25,000
A YEAR WRITING: $14.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64125)

ncv ice CL« Mite
$25,000
A VfAR WITH YOU«
CAMERA

i V» »L<V» VW*» !•

HOW YOU CAN MAKE $25,000
A YEAR WITH YOUR CAMERA
No Matter Where You Live
by Larry Cribb

Your plwic^raphy sNto esn e*n
you money — right in yaur own
community. This book shows ycu
how! Larry Cribb. 8 hghly
successful freelance photographer,
gives ycu scores of surefire, time-
t€<=tod opportunities fee mak ing
money in your to*n. With each
idea. Cribb explains how io got
started, where to tock for potential
customers, how to approach them,
what photo packages to otter, what
equipment to use. and how to
determine wlvat to charge.

Ycu will find freelance photog-
raphy epportunilies at:

  • Schools
    • Churches

  • Real Estate Agencies

  • Daixo Schools

  • Conventions

  • Garden Clubs

  • Day c*ro Con tors

  • Mamas

  • Department Stores

  • And Many Moro Places.

In ths updated odbrxi, Critb efiers even mote helpful lips tor mak- ing money with ycur photos. You wil fnd detaied information on prWng and negotiating rights, how to use a computer in managing your busi­ness. and an expanded IM of moneymaking opportunities.

At eaoh step, you win benefit from Cribb’s experience: ha has worked at every job listed here, and made a gocd profit In doing It. By foltowing his advice, ycx/lt llnd that your potential incccne is limited on?/ by the amount of time you're wiling to spend

1991, 6x9,221 pp, Mustrafed, fadered, soft cover.

HOW YOU CAN MAKE $25,000
A YEAR WITH YOUR CAMERA: $12^5
(ORDER NUMBER 64124)

SHADOW MERCHANTS
Successful Retailing Without a Storefront
by Jordan L. Cooper

In Shadow Merchants, the
author of How To Make Cash
Money SeXhg At Swap Metis,
Ftea M&k&s, Etc.
continues
your education In uncon-
ventional ways to make money
without twog a job. or wwWvg
a conventional retailing busi-
ness. It takes a lot ot tme .v>d
mcney to start a smni busi-
ness such ns a laundromat,
restaurant, shoe store or ma-
chine shop. Most people dent
have the time or money. but
they do have tho tmo and
money to become a shadow
merchant.

A shadow merebstf Is a
retailer who dcesnl have a
storefront. but eels hs wares
in any cot? c< a comb’nsticn ot
alternative market locations.

Bong a shadow merchant may not effer the prestige cf bong a store o*ner. but It definite?/ offers soma ad/arJagcs that far outweigh 7»e regatta aspects. Thcsa include:

■ Low inc al investment

■ Can bn dene part-time whtc still hddng down a ful-time job

■ l ow Initial er.-erhead. an important consideration even lor existing txjsncsscc

■ Mobility — If your initial chocc of locations is wrong, its easy to change

■ The fiexbiity cf being able to walk away from the business wxh a minimums loss if it fails

With co?/ □ sms! investment of time and money. It’s possible to become a shadow merchant coming weekend. cr oven before, h can be done n less than an hcur. with a local casm investment of under $10.

Contents inebde:

■ Why Become a Shadow Merchant?

■ Why Merry Businesses Fail — Before They're Started

■ The 'Winning Combination

■ Soil What You Lfce

■ When To Diversify ■ Othcf Pecp’e. Other Units

■ Types oi Markets

■ Swap Meets and Flea Markets

■ Street Corners

■ Arts and Crafts Shews

■ Fairs and Camr^ats

■ GunSho-A’s

■ Speca! Interests - Special Events

■ A Storefront VAthout a Storefront

■ Off-Season Markets

■ Beware t he Hgh Rent District

■ Ard more.

In Shadow Merchants, ttie aulftor share* h<$ yeers of oxpnrcncc Wrth you. One way out of the rat race is to become a shadow merchant!

19W>SHAM, tSSppi ifh^t'ated, soft cover.

$HADOW MERCHANTS: $12.95
(ORDER HUMBER 64145)

CAREERS IN THE OUTDOORS

by Tom Sttenstra

Your dream job in the cukkwrs
exists, and Careers In Tbe Out-
doors
tells you bow to ge< iL
Sound too good to bo true? Il's
not. Discover.

  • What jobs are available

  • Salary ranges and pay scabs

  • Training arri education re-
    quirements

  • Seasons*. part-time and full-
    time oppcdunllles

  • Industnos that have» growth
    potential

  • Strategies tor getting the job
    you want

  • Ptoses and minuses of each job

  • Professional organizations,
    associations and information
    numbers to contact for more
    information

  • Anri much mrxe. nolinirrj

mow than ICO interviews w.th people who (15 those Jeds oreiy day and tovn it!

Whether you’re just cut of school end looking for your first job. n the midst of a mld-lrie career change, or searching tor part-ome. seasonal or freelance work. you c^n fnd an outdoor jeb to fit your stolls. educaton and desres. Aixnor Tom Sbcnstra Is roputod to bare the host job in the world. As a syndicated outdoors writer and author of eight outdoors books, ho spends 365 days a year dong wlvit be tores and getting paid for it In Careers in Tbe Outdoors, he shows you all yuu need to know lo get the job of your dreams.

1992. SU x 6H, 414pp. i.Vusfrated. softcover.

CAREERS IN THE OUTDOORS: $12.95
(ORDERNUMBER 64142}

HERS

The Wise Woman's Guide to
Starting a Business on $2,000 or Less
by Carol MUano

Do you hare great l.-l oas and Imltod
capital? Hers provides bno practical, no-
nonsense advtoo that yzu need to sen
ytxjr idea grow into a money making
business. Step-by-step you wil bn able
lo clarify your ablilics and goals and start
a business on $2,COO or loss. Ibn stones
of real women who started Ihor oati
businesses and tove being their own
tosses grre a human dmcnston and
depth to the atMco to Hers.

Hors tala you baw to choose the
business that's best for you from tho
infinite range of possibilities. To start you
thinking in tho right drecbon. Hers
describes over 100 specific businesses that women have started. Coze you study Iha criteria for what makes a
successful entrepreneur and sole« yovr business otters ups on
getting started, secrets of tow-cost marketing. eduOone to typcal small
busmess problems, and a resource section of the most useful sources
of information, tn addition to tho how to process, Hors ghres practical
adrice on Iba emotional issues of entrepreneurial afo as well. Whatever
11*6 business and however smal your budget. Hers offers everything
that you need to become a successful entrepreneur. And of course, you
don't have lo bo a woman In order to uso this advtoe.

1991, 9x9, 207pp, indexed, soft cover.

HERS: $12.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64146)

HOW TO DRAW AND SELL COMIC STRIPS
For Newspapers and Comic Books!
by Alan McKenzie

Ttife txx* wil l teach ycu wl>a!
you need to knew to draw and
sell your oati come strips lor
both newspapers and comic
books, inclutfng ho* to master
the an of (fcpictirg three-dmen-
sonal $lcfl99 iMlh'n the confirm
of a two-dlmenslcnal strip and
how lo reduce yo<x script to just
a few acticn packed quotes .and
captions. Using more than 160
illustrations. the author and other
professional ccmic strip artists
share Ihe^r secrets ard dcmcn-
abate how to: draw the human
figure in ccm-incing poses and
motion; depict super-heroes or
heroines and other special character typos: render facial expressions that replace tho written caption; distort perspective lo suit your story's needs; use light and shadow to add drama and create moods.

McKenzie takes you step-by-step through too precess of writing a script, then explains bow to break it doAn Into action-packed panels. You'J learn which seitens h your story sbaiid bn framed, how to frame lf»em, how largo to make each panel, and how to convoy tho passage of time. In the final section, yoi/l discover how lo sell your work in this competitive markeiplaco. Including: low many sample submit al ono time; r-ow to ptoh by ma« vs. in porson. ptos how to maintain a now cf ideas and draw Inspiration from unilkoty sourcns once you get a job. A special appendix of comic publishers and syndicates corr-ptaio with addresses gives you Ibo contacts you need to gel slatted.

1947, ^x 10, 144 pp, Utestrated, Indexed, Herd cover.

HOW TO DRAW AND SELL COMIC STRIPS: 519.95
__________________ (ORDER NUMBER 99085)___________________

THE GAME INVENTOR'S HANDBOOK

by Steve Peek

Games and game playing are
bigger than eve*, espccaly with the
adeem of computer gareas. And many
people who enjoy playing games also
think tb=ry c^n c^sgn a game worth
prod.ic'ng and marketing. The Gnmo
inventor's Handbook
is tor them.
The toW of game publishing can be
both confusing »and fascinating. Tbs
bcok is a rRAt lifesaver tor anyone
wtx> has already in-rented a game but
nacds help in manufacturing and mar-
keting. its a real treat to all players,
buyers ard sellers who are interested
In knowing hOAr too whole process
works.

This book covers the entire pro-
cess of inventing a game, from de-

vetopng a concept to selling the dea to a pubisher, to marketing the game, lo proledng the inventton through copyrighted trademarks, and patents. Af%t a brtef iotfoduettori to Ite NHMy of games, tte su'.'hx guides game enihusiaste through generating ideas, improving a game concept, de-retopmg prototypes and •pteytesTng’ Then, he goes into the corrpcnnms ot soling your Idea or game to a publsber, self- publishing, and marketing. Board games, role playing games, car games and computer games arc all dscussod Sieve Peek has boon to the game business tor more than twenty years. Snce 1971. he has d?stoned. developed, andtor marketed more than 150 games.

1993. 019x11, 192pp, softcover.

GAME INVENTOR'S HANDBOOK: $18.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64148)

The Teaching
Marketplace

Moke Money With
Freelance Teaching,
Corporate irutnian.
And On The Lecture Circuit

tUrr Biowkt u»i» Rmct Cen

THE TEACHING MARKETPLACE
Mako Money with Freelance Teaching,
Corporate Trainings,
and On the Lecture Circuit
by Bart Brodsky and Janet Gets

Based cxi tto experience of two
nationally recognized pioneers In tto
field of marketplace educaticn. The
Teaching Marketplace
hAS ovorythng
you need to attract students, to organize
ard set your classes to schools and
corporations, and. if you choose. Io
frco'Anco on your own.

Chaplets ineluda: • The Benefits of
Skfelne Teaching • What Stider-ts
Want • Choosing Your Topic • Where
the Jobs Are • Freelance Teaching
Opportunities • Legal Constraints •
Best Times to Toach • Class Size •
Setting Feos ♦ Uabilty and fosurar<o •
Promoting Classes • When Things Go

Wrong • Ard much, much moro.

Become a pad of to exciting toachng mariwtplao=*. This book suggests what topics to otter, where to find jobs, and how to market your own daises Incfopondontty on the open market. Whether you want to leach tor money o r just for the love of it. this book wll show you how.

1991, 9x9, 175 pp, fSfustratod, Indexed, soft coref-
THE TEACHING MARKETPLACE: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER Ml 17)

SMALL-TIME OPERATOR

How to Start Your Own Small Business,
Keep Your Books, Pay Your Taxes,
and Stay Out of Trouble
by Bernard Kamorotf, CPA

Small-Time Operator Is a gocd and widely-prated book on star.ng and running your cwn sma1 business. The topics covered are general lo moat (i1 not all) smaJ businesses. That te. ¡< dees net suggest specific Ideas 1or what kind of busness you ought to go hlo (lice seme of cur Olher Money books). It assumes toat you have already picked a particular business Idea you want to get started, and goes from mere. Contenfts ¡tordo:

Soctlon One: Getting Startod — the market; location; tnarwg & loans; soto propriatorsh'p; fkrtiious name statements; licenses & permits; federal & stale regutolions; insurance; cash outlays; business name.

Section Two: Bookkeeping — selling up the books; bank accounts; CA$h vs. accrual accounting; recording Income; sales returns; bounced chocks; crodt sates; expenses; petty cash; calculators & addnj machnes; financial ana’ysis & management.

Section Three: Growing Up — business expansion; becoming an employer; outnkSo contractors; partnerships; how to incorporate a business.

Section Four: Taxes — federal & state income taxes; sett-employment tax; retrenwnt deductfons; operating tossed; inventory taxes; gross receipts taxes; how to deal with the IRS.

Section Five: Appendix — balancing bank accounts: balance shoots; finding an aooountant; information for farmers; ard •Access.* an annotated Utttcgraphy of bocks ard soirees

Section Six: The Ledgers — a fut year's worth of heemo and expendcuro lodgers; year-end summaries. rteproowtion wo.-kslvwld. credit, payroll ato equipment ledgers, profossonatty drawn to the author's spcc/.catons.

Smail-Timo Operator is well worth the price rf you are thinking of staling (<x have already started) your own small txistoss.

1937. 9Ji x 11, 199 pp. fítustreted, Indexed.

*jjrtp<c forms, sof! cover.

SMALL-TIME OPERATOR: $14.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64017)

STARTING A MINI-BUSINESS
A Complete Guide to Starting
a Low-Risk, Part-Time Home Business
by Nancy Olsen

Starting A Mini-Business te a complete and practical guide to
beginning a very sma'I sca’o busness. Written especially for senior
citizene seeking to supplement retirement income or take on a
chaiengng new life activity, this bock wJl to of value to people of firry
age who are Interested to enmng extra dolors in a low-risk, part-time
Itofne-based buthocs. Hero Is everything the mtol^micewcrsoci
needs to krww... from tip« on fining a good don. to affordable
advertising, and simple record-keeping and base legal roquromonts.
Easy-to-understand information. hefptul exorosos. resource lists, ard
down-lo-earth advise combine to make this ar. unusually c'lfeotrve ard
encouraging gudebock.

The author says: The average persco Who retires at age 65 can
expect to Ivo another fifteen lo twenty years, and thanks to advances to
to held of health care, more of those years wJI to vigorous, active
ones. To fully cr^oy this lengthy retirement ported means, for many,
having some sort ol on going work actvity. Scene choose volunteer
work, dtors part-time emptoymont. Out for these who have akvnys
dreamed of being tok own boss. a mini-business is often the answer.
Mini-businesses pro’.kfo the things that sonors seek in their work fives
— a sdf-dctemvned work schedt/e. the stimulation of loaming new
skits, and opportunities to bo useful to others. And there U nothing like
operating a successful busness. even a very smai ono. lo bring a
sense of accomplishment and personal sa tie faction ’

19S3, SH x 11. 144pp, indexed, eoflcever.
STARTING A MINI-BUSINESS: $8.95
(ORDERNUMBER 64110)

STAY HOME AND
MIND YOUR OV/N BUSINESS
How to Manage Your Time, Space, Personal
Obligations, Money, Business, and Yourself While
Working at Homo
by Jo Frohbletcr-Mucllcr

Stay Home And Mind Your
Own Business
Is ndveo that an
e-stmaled 20 mdlcn Amorcans
have hee<»d already. Thots how
many of us earn al or pari of our
income from a homobasod
bu8inn$u3. In tor. bock, too author,
a successful homo business
entrepreneur, addresses al me
aspects of working at Mrrte — nd
just the business Usef. but nif toe
elements of tho ’balancing act*
with which a homo business
person has to cope. The first
seefien focuses on those
elements: relaionshps with
spouse and chldron. tmo ard
sp<yue manaf^frert. maintcnarcc
d housetoW routines, school ard

convncntry obligations, maintenance of a work ¡veo. heath consldcraboas. in effect. aS the noci-buainess» fesponsbutics that must be mm i the tusness is to to

Tto second half of too bock is devotod to tho business itself: everything from chcosng an appropriate prcdixt or service lo ddrg tto necessary market and feasiMity Modes; from bookkeeping and financial management to satisfying legal, tax and insurance obfigatons; from choosing tto best tegai form of ownership and cdlecticn poktes to bring conployoes- and much more. Stay Home And Mind Your Own Business*^ help you do exactly that.

1997, SHxSH, 259pp. Indexed, soft corer.
STAY HOME AND

MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS: $11.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64089)

Stay Monte and Mind
YOÚR OWN BUSINESS

EARNING MONEY WITHOUT A JOB

by Jay Conrad Levinson

Tired Cf the rlne-lo-five (readmit? Want Io te year own boss and do work that interests and stimulates you? Until now. ftx millions of Anted- cans, being cut of a fc>b meant being cut of work. But no longer. Jay Conrad Levinson has frE»toed thousands of indrvduate leave stagnating careers and get on independent courses toward pcnzznal and fhanoal saftstaclicn. This compteteiy revised edition of Earning Money Without A Job Is loaded with practical, money-making ideas iltat dorrt require fancy degron»; or hugo start-up costs (Of any $tart-up M. in many cases) — from selling ard mail order to catering and high-tech repair services. In addition. Levinson shows you bow to size your strengths and weaknesses, bow Id market yourself, and how to gat thn help and financing you will need to succeed.

Earning Money Without A Job is a book about freedom frem an economic system that probably has been contrctiing ycur nfa. Once you have conboJ. ycu will have the freedom to decide your own inooma. your own working hours, your own workweek, your own working conditions.

Even better, you will have enough mcnoy to expand your freedom further. Ycu will have the money and time to discover what you are al about and then to ba it Until naw. to rrriltons of peepe. out of a job rresrrt cut of work. But no longer. Now. ycu reed no job to eam money. Ycu need no job, period. In feet, once you have acted upon the information ¡n these psgss. you may never want a job again.

199!, 5Hx8H, 2S6 pp. softcover.

EARNWIG MONEY V/TTHOUT A JOB: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64114)

HOMEMADE MONEY
The Definitive Guide to
Success in a Home Business
by Barbara Brabec

What is •horrerr-ado money?’
The fulltime and side I no income
milions of Americans — women,
men. couples. entire families —
are now generating from an
incred bta variety of hemebased
business activities.

Homemade Money is Iha
ltofr<?tased business how-to ard
research guide for everyone:
• Dreamers will) ideas ard
talent who want to make
money at home, but need
hep and encouragement to
get started

  • ’Sideliners* win have storied
    a part-time business but need
    more know-how and guidance
    to grow

  • Establshod home business entrepreneurs who want to increase revenues through better marketing and growth pfenning.

Ths huge took includes practical, expert advtoe on gelling started, selecting the right homo business, planning tor profits, strategies tor drversricaticn ard exparvsicn, and much more. Also nctoded is an invaluable "book within a bock,’ an A to Z Course in Home Business Ba- ste, sources of further inlonnalicn and much more.

We always ercouraga cur readers to break free of Iha job eccoomy Homemade Money can help you get gc4ng.

1989, 9Hx 11, 325 pp. Hiustrated, indexed, softcover.

HOMEMADE MONEY: $16.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64057)

RUNNING A ONE-PERSON BUSINESS

by Claud# Whfanyer, Salil Rasberry

& Michael Phillips

Times fave changed, and
the one-persen business, espe-
c^ly small txielnessos run
from thn hama or Ite profes-
&onal office, are a permanent
part of our now occrramy. Ytftn
interviews with tlx, marry suc-
cessful cnlrnpmnours who havo
set out on their o^n and stuck
with It. Running A One-Per-
son Business
Is lull of the
practical nlcmvificn needed Oy
these currently in business tor
themselves or Itese who are
pfcnrtng to bo.

Many of you are ttrod dt
Irving for the weekend, for two
weeks* vacation with pay, »and
for the promise of the good life

when you retire. This book is for those of you who are daydreaming about thn possfality of running a soto proprietorship. those of you who are knee-deep in lie first year of being ycur cwn bo^s. ard those of ycu who are cid hands at it but nt**d specifics and refinement to ho p you slay a onc-pcrscn business. Ths bock Is for at of you who suspect Of already know, that you can create rneanngful week that paralcb all chat ts Important n year Mo.

1589. TH x9X, 218 pp. fituatrsted, indexed, softcover.

RUNNING A ONE-PERSON BUSINESS: $12.00
(ORDERNUMBER 64116)

MONEY IS MY FRIEND

byPhULaut

Does money slip through your fingers
with elusivenasa of water? Would yea
like to step wotKng for money, and have
money work for you? Would you like to
make friends willi money? If your answer to
any of these Questions is ’Yes.* ttoi you
vrart this book.

Money Is My Friend s the best book on
mcoey to come along in a tong time and we
highly reccmmerd it. The purpose of this
book te to etmnete poverty in the wodd and
to make aburdent Irving socteiy accept-
able. This book is about achieving finsnda
freedom. Financial freedom is when you

never do anything that ycu (font want to for money and you never omt doing something that ycu want to do because of lack cA mor.e>’. Another way of describ’ng the condton of finartotel freedom is that money works for you. instead cd ycu working for money.

The author probes every possible area of life that ccukf be holding th? reader back from reaching h^ fUlest potential. If money has aUays teen a problem Icc you. you will fird In lb's book some real insights frito Ite cause of your situation. He draws attention to those areas of cut emotional make-up which may te stopping tfi item 'gening ahead.' He tten offers suggestions for spec»te affirmations to be used by tie reader in dealing with those areas of Inner conftid.

What yo-J can expect to rcoar.e from tte Information presonted In Money is My Friend vi\ A. thorough understanding of The Four Laws of Wealth: Increased income; A right-hearted attitude ard sense of self- rclnnco nbcut your financial problems: Tte Information you teed to start and prosper in too career you want Monty Is My Friend s Cte of the very test books on metey ever written. Highly reccmmerded.

f.W. Mx8^, 144pp. softcover

MONEY IS MY FRIEND: $7.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64040)

FREELANCE WRITER’S HANDBOOK
The Real Story
by James Wilson

The book is a realistic look at wilting for a IMrg. written by □ pro who
does just that —'James WUson’ has had two dozen books published,
and hundreds of magazine artfctes. Thia book wii gho you a basic
undorstanding d Hie practical tactcs you ncod to be a professional
writer. Il indudee a tot of nuts-and-boks Information toat isn’t usually
available in ore volume. In thia book, you wdl dscorer the do*n-and-
drty Ucte about writing for pay. You wil Answer the hidden pitfalls. Ite
bcobytraps of the writer's market II win tell you what errors to avoid ard
what sucker-traps you may encounter.

Topics covered in detail inclxto: • What ITs realty ike to write lor a
ivfng • Myths About Writing Quick success. Fair-mlndod oditors.
Following the ’proper* slaps. Writer's Block, and more • What
oquprrcjnt you rcaly need ard what you can do without • Four thngs
a writer shouW never do • How to introduce yours** to a naw
pUblcatfon ♦ Understandrg a publisher's ’Writer's Gukfcdnos’ bow
to rood between toe Ines • inside an edtor's office — knowing what
QOBS bnhnd tho scenes wi3 help your work be accepted • The 11
problems you are most Hkely to have with editors —- ard how to deal
with them • How to handle rojocticns • Undcnstancfing Contracts —
dffcronces between small and large publisters • How Writers Get Paid
— royalties ard otter arrangements — which fa best for you? • Base
Photography for the Writer — photos make yeur work mere salable •
The Pen-Name — wtoen to use con — and when net to • Do you need
an agent? — the answer wil surprise you • Hew to locate markets for
your work • And much, much more.

Freelance Writer's Handbook ¿a toe single most valuable bcok over
written for anyone who wants to earn money writing. Old pros and
beginners alke will team what tttey need to know from its hard-earned
advice.

19SS, SHxSH, 190 pp, Hhntrsted. softcover.

FREELANCE WRITERS HANDBOOK: $12.95
__________________ (ORDER NUMBER 64060)___________________

STUNTMAN

A Freelancer's Guido to Learning the Craft
and Landing the Jobs
by Jack Bucklin

Being a stuntman is a hghly pad.
Chalenglng cUrr.dcvil profession. But
rot everyone has the courage to
enter a profession that roqurcs thorn
to team how to get turned alive,
wrack cars at high speeds, swing
from nooses, tall Coati Hights Of
stars ard fall off runaway horses.
Stuntman is a haw-to book on
becoming a stuntman and finding
work In television, the movies, and
live shows. The aixhcr. Jack Buckin.
has been in the entertainment
business tor the past twenty years,
and he prorides information found
nowhere else.

The first pan ol Ite book expkwns

what stunt work is and the stunts you must master to get pbs — indudiog fafe. bums, dming, fights, and marc. Tlw wcond part of the book rs a step-by-step gude to marketing yourself, without havlrg to pay outrageous toes, duos, or commissions. Part three includes names and add'esses to contact Him bureaus, assccia’ons, casting services, directors, and producers wte hro stuntmen.

Stuntman taachos you how to master the required slants safety and quickly. No one can promise you success, but if you think youVe got what it takes, here’s your chance. Reading ths book can be your first step toward a new. exciting career.

1992. BHxll, 135 pp, Wustrsled, softcover.

STUNTMAN: $20.00

(ORDER NUMBER 64132)

STUNTMAN

YOU

< A.x 111 As
INI'ORMATION

Writer

YOU CAN BE AN INFORMATION WRITER

by Duncan Long

It youYo locking for help marketing
tho no.-ol you wrote, tl»is ¿9 not the
book tor you!
Thousands of novels are
wrxtcn tor every cos that gets
published. Few of them make money
for thex authors.

However. H you want to quit getting
rrjeoon notices ard atari ccflecllng
royabes. read cn. You Can Ba An
Information Writer
wil teach you
everythin; you need Io know to turn
your ecnoepcs into cash.

This book will show you herw to find
paying markets, how to wrttn proposals
toat txirg contracts. and how io get
paid before you start writing — not
attar. Tho chapter on research will lz*'p
you cut your writing time in half while

daubing the vatoo of your work. Whether you’re interested in bong a
freelance writer, a technical writer, an editor, a consultant or an autoor.
You Can Lie An Information Writer will put you cn the path towards
fnancial success.

Duncan Long is the author of mere Ilian 30 books. Including six
n0‘/C«’-S His hooks have been published by Avon Books. Harper S Row.
Lcomparics Unlmr.cd. Paiadn Press and other noted pubflsters He
has published more than 40 articles in a wde variety of magazines. A
former teacher, he is also a public speaker and writing consultant.

1991, Sit x 174pp, fampte outlines 9 proposals, soft corer.

YOU CAN BE AN INFORMATION WRITER: $16.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64112)

HOW TO OWN A YACHT AND MAKE IT PAY
What to Do and How to Do It» with Illustrations,
Sample Forms, Insurance Guidance, Tax Reforms,
Success Stories and Instruction
by Captain Jack Seaborn

Owning a yacht and mak-
ng it pay for its** may sound
ike sheer fantasy, but Cap-
tain Jack Seabern has dene
just that for years, and h his
book How To Own A Yacht
And Make ft Pay,
be tolls you
how you can (to ttte very
same thing.

In plain EngKsh. Captain
Jack guides you through ton
selection and purchase of
your first boat, and covnm
many different merwymakng
Opportunity for yacht own-
ers. Topics ccvorcd ¡ndude:
★ Anttopato nc Risks tn-
voNod * Bnofing Your Cus-
tomers * Bareboat Rental
Clteckist ★ Navigation

Charts k Ttw Charter Agreement * SueceesM Brochures * Lets Go Fishing * Boat Management by Professionals ★ Vessel Management Agreement * Wind/jrrmcr Cruises * Submorsfotes: a Lock In Depth * Dinner Safi Mede * Sportftshing for Real * Scuba Diving Charters * Augmenting Your Dive Boal * Waler Skiing w Para-Sailing * Glass Dollern Boats ♦ How to Ui ri a Surveyor * And much more.

So cimb aboard with Captain Jack Soabcm and learn How To Own A Yacht And Make ft Pay!

1SS7, Sfi x 11, 112pp, Ktustnfed. softcover.

HOW TO OWN A YACHT AND MAKE IT PAY: $10.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64134)

Hi>w To Be Successful
hi The

ANTIQUE BUSINESS

HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THE
ANTIQUE BUSINESS
by Ronald S. Barlow

Ths book is written for thn
American cclkxrtor who
dreams of some day opening
an antique shop and living
happily ©ver after. R is not an
impossible dream, but it will
require as much pfennig and
preparation as any other
serious rotnil venture.

Chapters include: Gerting A
'Degree' tn Antiques
(Where
to Study In Your Own Heme
Town); The Great American
Garage Safe
(Basic Backyard
Cepttafism); The Show Must
Go On
(How to Make a thing
on the Road); Order
Mrxchan&iing
(Soling

Antiques from Your Own

Homo); Myths From Madiscn Avenuo (A Sheet Course in Effective
Adrertising); Buying y?$XM’(What to Buy. What to Pay. Whore to Buy it):
Going, Going, Gone! (How to Buy Successfully al Auctions); Buying
Privately
(Estate Lots. Waft-Ins; and ’Jve Law); Store Layout and Display
(Merchancising Techniques Thal Work); The 'CoSector' Menta&ly (Are
Freudian Impufsos Involved?); and much, mudi more.

This book has it all! How to project a profit or toss; rrventory and
cash ccntrd forma; successful fiea market operations; choosing -»0
boat location; Importing; buying from charitable Instituttons; sating at
auctions; appraising antiques: buying ard setting M books ard jewoYy;
cosmetic furniture refinfeWng; metal precessing technlquea; and much
more.

Thia book stresses the fact that broad AnoMedge is essential to
auMvai ard aucosw In a field where metf (Mis ate made on M basis
of one parly imowfng appraciarity rrore than trio ofherf
You can gain this
knowtedge the hard way, from wperionco, or In a much shorter time by
subscnbhg to sovoral of tho ooltoctoc publcattons listed In this bcok.
Just whore you might fit Into tho spectrum of opportunity is a question
that this bcok can answer.

1965. 8 x S, 190 pp. ittuxt/xtod. toft cover.

HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL

IN THE ANTIQUE BUSINESS: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64095)

THAT'S A GREAT IDEA!

The New Product Handbook

by Tony Husch and Linda Foust

This book dea’s with hew lo geL evalúale, protect, develop, and sail new product ideas. It is lor entrepreneurs, professionals. Inventors, linkerers, intrapreneurs, urd anyono oteo with a great idoa fee a now product or service.

Contents helado: ♦ Keys to now product success ♦ Unique brainstorming techniques to liberate and Inspire the imagination ♦ Evaluating an idea's commercial potential ♦ Making prototypes and doing market research ♦ How to decade wt»ether to sat a corcopt c< do it yourself ♦ How to protect ideas, inctoding tie sobering truth about patents and trademarks ♦ Presenting new product concepts to etrtáib'íírfiod Gompaniw ♦ Sample submission agreement and royalty contract ♦ Extensive bibliography ard resource glide ♦ And much, much more!

That's A Great Meal to prtmariy about creating, designing, and marketing new consumer products and servers. but the principles apply to devetoping any good concept It may be anything from a silly gsmo to a p5an fcr a real estate development or a premise for a blockbuster movie. The scul of this book is its inquiry into the nature ard practice of idon generator, evaluation, and Implcmontn'.jon.

1286, 6x9,228pp. indcx&d. xoft cov*r.

THAT'S A GREAT IDEA!: 9.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64071)

EXPATRIATE’S
EMPLOYMENT

HANDBOOK

I

Seen »y íIm-
UfccM
a’vj Cretin^
Bak! Jfr ft.*

DENNIS RILEY

EXPATRIATE'S EMPLOYMENT HANDBOOK
Seeing the World... and Getting Paid for it!

by Donn Is RHey

Have you over fantasized about
getting away from it all —
abandoning a humdrum job (or tho
unemployment tine) in America and
going off in search of exotic
adventure in a foreign land? You
have swn the ate W W,
adventure, travel., a# these cou<d
bo yours it you take one of the
multitude of avaSabfe positions
abroad, /ust waiting to be fttied by
someone Ste you.9
. If you have ever responded to
cne ot these ate you were probably
tfseppontad with the fruits ot your
efforts, partfeuterty 11 your skills and
interests Ite net w.:n desk K>bs and
volunteer positions, but with

technical work or hard-core, down -and dirty labor. Wott. hero Is a book
written just for ycu — the rest wod< force. tr»e technicians, consvucticn
workers, engineers, and service toduslry personnel —by someone who
has been there and back, wtn is making a living ard an adventure cut
of working orerseas. After years c4 experience. Domte Riloy has
devotoped an ir/allbh system, a simple job search procedure that has
nerer tailed to bring him an offer.

Al )W need Ea ths book, a typewriter, and seme stationary. Ycu will
get the low-down cn how to launch an al-out job search: what to look
for. what to ccnstoer. how to prepare, and how to get tiere. Plus, ycu
will discover what the real world ia like overseas and how to pel the
most out cf it once you are there.

When you consider things like free housing, free food, liberal
vacation time, and no-tax status. It wont take tong to realize that a year
In the tropica can produw a Un and rr^ney In the bank. ¡uM for stMere.
Open this book and you have opened the door to a new life and a world
of adwnkiro.

1^90, S'rixS'ri, 144 pp>fffustrxted, soft cover.

EXPATRIATE'S EMPLOYMENT HANDBOOK: $15.00
(ORDER NUMBER 64109)

CREATING MONEY
Keys to Abundance
by Sanays Roman and Duane Packer

This step-br-alep guide to creating
money and aturdarce was alleg&cly
channeled to the authors by their ’spirit
guidas’ — but deal tot that bizarro
circumstance prevent you from benefiting
from the very sensible processes contained
in this book.

Leam how to:

  • forow the tews cf money and abundance

  • develop unlkn lied thinking

  • listen to your inner guidance

  • use advanced manifesting techn’qies

  • create your ite's work

  • iransformyourbellefs

  • magnetize and draw to ycu what you want.

Abundance te your natural state. As you use the Information In this
book, you wMI loam how to tot money how roadly into your life white
dong what you tovo. Those oosy-to-toam toohnques. positive
affirmations, ard exorcises wit help you create rapd changes In ycur
presperity and load you to mastery ever your lite. Ycu do rot have to
work hard to have abundance. Ycu can team to work with energy to
easily create what ycu want.

19SS, SH x 6%, 241PP, soft cover.

CREATING MONEY: $12.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64107)

THE TRICK TO MONEY IS HAVING SOME!

by Stuart Wilde

Ths is noe a 'how-to' book
rather. It to a book cn
changing your attitudes toward
money, so that you can be in
the right place at too right time
with Iha nght idea and the right
attitude Serre qix>tr.s Irem the
book:

•Moneymaking is no*, a
serious business It is a game
that ycu play. At first it may
seem that n Is a game nat you
play wen forces cutsde of
yeursef — tio economies of
the market-place so to speak
— but as you proceed you
dscover it Is actually a game
you play with yoursed.'

"All phfosophes which
teach that poverty is groovy,
dj so as a cop out. H keeps
the nooperiormng members

happy so they can livo in the ego-trip of thinking that somehow their r^ck of creativity and effort wit be bfossed at a later dale.*

'Our work) is abunctant. There is a sirpXjs of food, mono/ and resources. in tact. It tha total wcaf.T cf the work! were divkfod equally among a! of cs otzexns, ovary man. woman ard child woiXd bo a millionaire. Yet wo experience lack. Why? Because en'y a very small percentage cf people arc free of negative emotions eround money and even fewer have a cortanty in ther heart that says. 'I am always in tHo right place at tho righ t limo, abundance is simple and natural to mo. all of my needs arc ccns tantly mol.” .

m SM xN, 221pp. HSuttnW, M ww.

THE THICK TO MONEY IS HAVING SOME!: $10.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64119)

HOW TO START A BUSINESS
WITHOUT QUITTING YOUR JOB
The Moonlight Entrepreneur’s Guide
by Philip Holland

What's keeping you from gong into business for yourself? Marr/ ponpo havo the skills, drive. and desire io become entrepreneur — but all 100 Otten, they aro hokl back by fears of teikure. Author Philp Holland begins with tho sensible assumption that you dent have to curt your 'rear jeb in order to become an entrepreneur... and proves that you can do ri. This pcactcal gudo shows how to choose the right startup business, budget tmo wisely, and make sure n^VWjOb suffers. Other chapters discuss financing, iabitey. involving your family, and dccicirg when (<x If) to qu< your job.

From the author* tiitroduc&n: 'One reason that few Americans go Into business a that we have a deep-rooted fear of failure. Free enterprise gr.es us the opportunity to go into business, but not tho courage. We took upon going into business as an unacccptabfo crapsboot Or we're afraid of toeing our vacations. pension plans, and medcat insurance. Our upbringing derates that olt duty is to find a jeb when wo graduate from sebeo'. In the past. American jobs did provide us with dependable pay envelopes and toeg-rang© security. Not anymore. Job security is now the crapshoot as American companies struggle for survival. But who says wo arc obigod to quit our jobs when we start a business? You are geirg to team hero how to overcome ths fear of going into business and how to havo both a job and a busness at the samo bmo: to en.oy the boat of both worids.*

1992, 6x 9, 176 pp, indexed, toft cone
HOW TO START A BUSINESS

WITHOUT QUITTING YOUR JOB: $9.95

(ORDER 64136)

FINDING YOUR NICHE
Marketing Your Professional Service
by Bart Brodsky and Janet Gels

Coders, lawyers, tharapsts. teachers, consultants, program admin-
Istralors, performing and fine artiste — virtually every professional in
busness or private practice can benefit from Finding Your Niche.
Based cn tho front line e>periGnce of two oxperfonood marking pros.
Finding Your Niche has everything you need to market your profes-
sional service and become widely known as an expert h your chosen
field.

Creating your own jeb on your own terms is stn mo Amencan dream.
But about hall of al new businesses and professional services fail
within the first year. Lack of money ard «experience often gels the
blame. However, lots of people sttooec.d dcspte starting out g-een and
penntess. Successful peepta know how Io dream. btX they also know
bow to plan.

It’s a mistake to thlrk of marketing as an afterthought to your profes-
sion. Quite the contrary, It's the most professional Nng you can (to.
Good marketing means mat you understand ton needs and wishes of
your clients. If your service te highly spccalzod. your marketing has to
be pinpoint accurate. You havo to knew where to find clients, what they
want what they will pay. and hew to motivate them to purchase.

The book presents practical information that almost everyone can
mptoment. Anybody cen build a satisfying career dong what C»ey tove.
Ycu don’t need a tel bankroll to market your own professional service.
There are countless ventures that can ba started for less than the ccet
c4 a night cut on the town. Ard marry or ir^Ro require rw special educa-
tion or training ether than reading, writing, end archmctic. However, if
you are fortunate enough to havo special training and access to money,
so much tf’»e better. This bock will htfp you avoid common metekes that
l ave cost Others much valuable ‘.me and money.

1992, SU x 11, 2SSpp. Musirxicd. sort cover.

FINDING YOUR NICHE: $15.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64130)

80+ GREAT IDEAS
FOR MAKING MONEY AT HOME
A Guide for the First Time Entrepreneur
by Erica Barkemeyer

For recossjcn victims, retirees,
or anyone who wants extra
Income, this book catatogs
innovative and realistic sug-
gestions for making money in ycuf
home, whether you havo previous
bus<r>3ss ox pen once c< net It
focuses on itfoas for business«
and outlines the information ycu
ncod to know for a successful
launch.

Whether you want extra
Income to supplement a shrieking
pey-check. or ycu have ambitions
to make a hobby booomo
profitable as well as fun. you will
find this bock to be a practical
guide. Here are over 80 busness
kteas, tips, end action plans you

can uso. talcrtxi Io your own bttokgreund. cxponorco, and things you need to krifr* to get start«!. In ths took, ysu will find »dual exairolM of what other peep’e fa-re achieved, specific stops to he<p you begin, suggested research, books, and magazines you will want lo read, end plenty of invaluable edrice. This is a handbook for people of ell ages ard circumstances: retirees who want to start 'mni-businasses'; people stuck In dead-end jobs or seeking a second career: and rroonlghters everywhere.

Vrtiy stay in a job you hate when the great Ideas m this helpful gjde can lead you to independent success?

1992, 6x9, 240 pp. Indexed, toft cover.

8(H GREAT IDEAS FOR MAKING MONEY AT HOME: $14.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64131)

THE COLOR DF MONEY 15 OREEN

Introduction

It is amazing the money-making opportunities that
exist in growing things. The books in this section reveal
how your can make money with plant* and animals,
flowers and veggies. fruits. crops and seeds. Who says
money doesn't grow on trees...

PROFITS FROM YOUR
BACKYARD HERB GARDEN
by Lee Sturdivant

Comptaio details cn growing. packaging and marketing CtffWy herbs and cdbta flews! Backyard herb growers can earn some money from their gardening efforts by following tho step-b/slnp methods in ths excelen! new foe* Writing for the spare tme gardener with a small space to grow in. Sturdr.-ant describes in great detail exactly which barbs to grow, hew to package, label, and sell them to ICC# grocers ard restaurants, plus some simple biting and bctokkscplng methods. She promisee tier techniques will brir<] sn ¡rooms cf $50 to $2S0 per week.

Yftifch r>0ft> varieties to grow. How many c4 coch to plant. How to Choose end sol to market and restaurant accounts. How much to charge. Slmpta fading methods. How to harvest each herb. Low cost labeling methods. Information on seed germination, taxes. other herb bushcss possbiilies. and lots of informaton on the new odioln flower business: what to grow and how to sell and deliver them All you need to know to start your own (xoOdbte backyard herb business!

1955, 5H x 5#, 115pp. Mwr/nr.'ed indexed. toff cover.

PROFITS FROM YOUR

BACKYARD HERB GARDEN: $10.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64093)

INVEST IN YOURSELF

How to Put a Cash Business on Every Comer

by Jack E. Strauser

It yxxi are serious About creating a cash flow today, starting your own fos'ness, creabng financial independence for yourself and your famly, or just oxchangng your ifostylc for something better, this took is ter you. Invest tn Yourself contains valuable information lor creating e cash business whh roaPifo examples of how others have succeeded n the flower vending industry. Ths took covers everything from planning and preparation, Io how to buy ard what to soli. Invest In Yourssff will teach ycu how to work 20% of the Cmc ard make 80% of Iha profits h your spore tvne ard on specific days cf too year.

The author says: •Rower vending is a cash business with fabutous profit poterxal... This bock contains al you need to know to get your own Ifowor vondng business up and running — ard of course, prof- itab'e! teds you how y*ou can make the sama ford of serious cash that I made. You wll loam how to locale mcnay-making comers of the cty lo set up your displays and how lo hire, manage, ard morale your employees so iicy roman happy and profitable (wNch makes you happy and profitable as well). Ycu will learn how lo negotiate the bast deal with your local wholesalers end how to set up simple displays that draw the customers to ycu I provide you with Summary Success Steps at the end of each chapter which will morally lake you step-by-step toward your own fnaroa! success.'

Start from hemo and wort in your spare time. Make hundreds of dolors a day and enjoy tho swoot smell of success!

1291, SMxSM, 210 pp. iitetratod, indexed, soft cover.

INVEST IN YOURSELF: $16.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64127)

FLOWERS FOR SALE
Growing and Marketing Cut Flowers
by Lee Sturdivant

* Wtetft Ficw&s to Grow to How to
H&wsf and CondMon Flowers *

to $&<!•& How to Price Hi How
SuccpssM Growers Operate

Lea Sturdivant say's. 'I live on a
12D by 18(X town Sot in Friday Harbor.
Washnqton. where I have foen
growing fruit and vegetables for my
fam<ty. plus culinary herbs. and lots of
flowers for cutting. I started a itCo cut
ftowor fosnests from dial garden a
few yours ago and cn a typical day in
late June, I ccuto walk o<X and cut for
seling M try local market and to
pfMle CMFlomnrs:

20 btoe delphiniums - $20 00

10 mixed bouquet* 34O.CO

40 stems of Sweat Wiliam. $ 7.00

2 wedding bouqixjls 435.00

•That's over □ hundred dollars worth of Powers in a day. frem a relatively small garden full of ptants that will keep on producing even more ftowors. Mos! of the plants IVe just picked from Wil produce more blossoms for site in only a lew more days.

•Fresh garden flowers are a seemingly ordinary product of so many fockyards all around us. yet they can have a tar greater monetary value than you mght irnagno. They are one of the most valuable things ycu can grew on ycur property — far more valuable. I found, than almost any fruit cc vognteblo you mght chcoss to grew and self

PJowcrs For Saia c cnc of tba fines! how-to. footstrap, cottage Industry books that we haw seen.

Tho inria’ section of the book. ’First Bouquets.’ glvns dotaltod plans for starling a simple supermarket bouquet Ixismess. ncludrg selling, pricing, and Cteplay IrVormatJon. business and lax details, equipment needed, harvest and conditioning techniques, and even a section cn ccriocting Hewers and grocnary from the wid.

In tho next sectbn. Taking Flowers.’ the author visits ftowor growers, buyer®, ard salters m throe states, ard details ihcir business operations, from successful Saturday Market ftowor sellers, to Internationa! fle-wor brekors. from U-Pick flower farms to ere grower who takes In $650.OCO a year on less than an acre of flower production. There are niso visits lo whdeeate florists, flower auctions and many other possbiltes for seling cut flowers.

The final section of the book. 'The Cut Flower CelaJog,’ lists hundreds of vartetlas cf perennials, annuals, fobs, tubers, fees, vines, ahrfos, ard herbs that can fa© used successfully as commercial cut flowers. References, seed waxed, associations, and an irdex are irduded. Want to make mcnay at home? Grvo Flowers For Satetry!

1922. SU x SU. 205pp. fNuslretcd. indexed, sori cover.

FLOWERS FOR SALE: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64123)

GROWING SHIITAKE COMMERCIALLY
A Practical Manual for Production of
Japanese Forest Mushrooms
by Bob Harris

The cubvation of Shilako —
the most popi/ar edbo
mushroom in Asia is a billon-
dollar industry in Japan. In tto
United Stales. tto demand for
Üteèê délWôus ârid (fttltttfV*
mushrooms is just begrining to
Lake otf. so ShlUke production
has potential for enormous growth
and profit.

Growing Shiitake Commet
daffy
is the first and only
comprehensive manual on this
exciting topic. Bab Harns gives
¿Mailed rislructiorc and errer 50
iîustratkms to tofc you at every
step from leg seteca'on to markeL
This took is essentia* lor errjone
Interested ¡n growing these

gourmet mushrooms (whrtosale prices ter dried Shiitake vary from $20 to $50 per pound).

Contorts rictodo: Surtabo tree spodos. log preparation. Stu take spawn and strains, inocutaticn ntolbods, the spawn cun. fruting procedures, harvesting, peste and contaminants, and Shiitake strain mtermatlon and production nurtoere. Recommended ter anyone interested In profitable part-time coltege industry.

1966, 6x9, 60 pp. iffustreted, indexed, softcover.

GROWING SHIITAKE COMMERCIALLY: $13.50
(ORDER NUMBER 64122)

SUCCESSFUL SMALL-SCALE FARMING
An Organic Approach
by Karf Schwonke

Successful Small-Scale Farming introduces anyone own ng (or planning to own) a sma! farm to both tie harsh rcalr.es and the real potential involved in making a iul or part-time bring on the land. Karl Schwenke’s ctear-eyed approach to the best farming methods covers a wide cargo ol proven techniques and practical advise, including:

  • How Io improve, conserve, and enrich your soil orgariCaly te ensure the highest (and heaXhiest) yialds

  • Whai machinery youil need and tow io use it

  • Ito tost "cash crops’ and specialty crops to grow for profit and how to raise them

  • A concise overview of essential farmstead skits, such as toyrig. fencing, and managng a woodtal

♦ Numcrcus charts and tables mat put useful catutetlons at your fingertips

♦ And much more.

With lods/8 inxeasod concern for Ito Quality of the Joed we cat and the heath of cur environment. Successful Small-Scale Farming offers a unique and invaluable perspective on tto future of agriculture. Kart Sdrwanke’s message Itoi small-scale farms can bo cleaner, smarter, and more efficient than corporate agnbusincss — has never been so relevant as It is today.

1991, SM x 11, 144 pp, ff/uxtreted, indexed, softcover.

SUCCESSFUL SMALL-SCALE FARMING: $10.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64121)

MAKE MONEY GROWING PLANTS, TREES & FLOWERS
A Guide to Profitable Earth-Friendly Ventures
by Francis X. Joxwik, Ph.D.

Why not grow piante for profit?

Hero is all the help you need to gat started in a profitable, cnpyabic business growing plants, trees, and towers. Learn tow easy it b to become a successful entrepreneur n ventures which not cn>/ make money but contribute to tho beauty and harmony of cur plane*. Earth.

Discover:

♦ Why special crops such as ornamental plants. trees, end towers are in such groat demand — and why they command princely prices

♦ How it Is pcssbte 10 gel started earning significant income growing plants, trees, and flowers in your own backyard

♦ How little start up money it takes lo begin: your present financial condition Is no barrier

♦ How different hortfcultirai crops are grown and sold.

Detailed examples shew the ’ins and oute’ of each type of business and review actual economc date for specific operations:

♦ The secreta successful business people use to reap bg pref-te year after year

♦ How tesefltortfcullixal crops and producís at a prof«

e How to start your business quickly end easily using logfcal. step-by- step motoods

a Hew te finance a now horticultural business

e How to make sure tto success you nchtavo Is permanent and helps you enjoy lía.

Dr. Frutos Jorwk has personally operated a successful greenhouse ard nursery business ter over 20 years. This practical experience espectaty qua/ifies him te help oltors get a runring start in the boomrig hccticullural industry.

1992, Sti xStri, fS9pp. tttostrWd, irrdexed. soft cover.

MAKE MONEY GROY/ING
PLANTS. TREES & FLOWERS: $19.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64133)

BACKYARD CASH CROPS

Tho Source Book for Growing
and Marketing Specialty Plants
by Craig Wallin

Which one of these specialty
crops will start ycur growing
tosnoss?

  • BUta

  • Cut Flowers

  • Live Flowers

  • Culnary Herbs

  • Fragrant Harbs

  • Modtehal Herbs

  • Cut Crops

  • Landscaping Plants

  • Small Frubs

  • Bcnsel

  • Ornamentals

  • Dried Pbnbs

  • Sprouts

  • Exotic Mus hrooms

  • Tree Crops

  • Vcgolablos

  • Greenhouse Spedatici.

You will loam about over 200 spcdalty crops How lo market your crops. How Ie deddo on tto best spedaity crops tor you. How te sol all you can grow. Hew io make Value-added’ products from ycur crops — resulting ri still mare hccmo. How to set up a successful ’pick-your- own’ patch. Row to get free expert adrico for any crop. Hew to tap e/er 2C0 hard-to-find wha'essta sources for seed and ptart starts. Ard much, mixti morel

Loe* readers hsve s&kf about Backyard Cash Crops:

‘fmodo $30. COO on 1h acres last year growing frosh tind dried ForyersF

— LV/.. Oregon

‘J 11,608 worth of vegotabies from a ono-acro pJof. ‘

— R.W..Oteah(xna

/SSS. 6x9,240pp, fffustreted Indexed, softcover.

BACKYARD CASH CROPS: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64092)

THE POTENTIAL OF HERBS
AS A CASH CROP
by Richard Alan Miller

One of the trigpest trends in
the U.S. and Canada today is
lie increased number of smaB
farms. Marry1 see a homestead
arrj valuable acres as the
ultimate security in a world
read/ to come ©pan at me
soama Teo tew small farms
cam the dollars needed to kr,op
a family in the country. There
arc protfd potentials aptenty In
herbs and specs. r.t of which
can bo produced in the U.S. and
Canada. I hr. book answers thn
questions and explains thn
answers to those who want to
grow herbs as a cash crop.

Chapters ncludo:

  • The Survival of tha Small
    Farm Through Ahcmalrvc
    Agriculture

  • The Farm Ran. with Specific Examples

  • Techniqjcs o! Bulk Dehydration and Storage
    • The Art of Precessing

  • Direct (Retail) Marketing
    • Bulk Marketing

  • The Coctego industry. with Specie Examples
    • Source« tor Further Information
    • And much more.

/.W. d r a 240pp. Wasf/aftd, soft cow.

THE POTENTIAL OF HERBS AS A CASH CROP: $14.00
(ORDER NUMBER 64118)

SMALL SCALE CRAYFISH FARMING
For Food and Profit

Crayfish are big business
now! You've seco buckets of
boiled crawdada in beer
cowne'dafe; 'Red Lobster'
restaurants sell them as spicy
'cajun popcorn;' Popeye’s fried
ctickon franchises have a fried
crayfish dinner. That's nationwide,
tn Louisiana and Texas they have
been sought after for generations
as a delicacy.

Crayfish can be grown to a
large, food marketing size
anywhere in the USA except
Alaska. The pond habitat can be
any size and need rot e>e over a
foot deop. The crayfish habitat can
ba on swamp or marginal land,
and feed can be easily grown,

while supplemental feeds are inexpensive. The teed ccmerson ratio is IW than any other meat-producing anmai or ish. The flesh Is similar to shrimp, crab, and lobster. The crayfish need less than a year co mature, breed and fatten up for haivesL They are sell-sioddng after the initial stocking the first year.

Small Scale Crayfish Farming covers:

  • DsMbutlcn • Reprodixldn • Life Cycle • Melting • Food • Site Selection • Water Needs • Stocking • High Growth Foods • Harvesting • Baits • Traps • Intensive Cirture • Supply Sources • Marketing • Ard much, much more.

1969, 5H xBH, 49 pp, iitaslnted, soft cow.

SMALL SCALE CRAYFISH FARMING: $7.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64111)

MICROLIVESTOCK
Little-Known Small Animals
with a Promising Economic Future
</strong> Complied by the Board on Science end Technology for
International Development of the
National Research Council

Lika computers, livestock for use In developing courr.rtes shou'd be getting smaller and becoming more 'personal.' Conventional 'man- frames.' such as cattle, arc too largo for thn wcd.Ts poorest people; they require loo much space and expense. 'Minifarms." such as tho conventional trends of sheep and posts, hove an increasingly important rote to play. But thy. 'usec-frkjndly' species for home uso are Ito ones highlighted in this bock, where they are called 'rrrfcro-lrvcstock.' There are two types of rmcroivesicck. One consists cf extremely small forms of conventional ivesicck — such as canto. sh«p. goats, ard pigs. The other consists of spader, that are inherently small — poultry, rabbite, ard rodents, lor instance.

Microffvestock la written with an eye to he’ping impoverished people in dovitfoplng nations, but tho information can also be useful to «mar market farmers in America rghti now. Topics covered ¡ntfUde MICROBREEDS (MIcrocaRto. Microgoats. Microsheep. Mfcroplgs) ♦ POULTRY (Chicken. Ducks. Goose. Guinea Fowl. Muscovy. Pigeon» Quad. Turkey. Potential New Poultry) • RABBITS ♦ RODENTS (AgotO. Capybara. Coypu. Glam Rat. Gra5.scuttftr. Giinr.ii Pig. Hutia. Mara. Paca. Vizcacha. Other Rodents) ♦ DEER AND ANTELOPE (Mouse Deer. Munljac. Musk Deer. South Amenta's Mcrcdcor. Water Deer. Dukers. Other Small Antelope) • LIZARDS (Green Iguana, Black Iguana) • BEES • And more.

t991, 6x9. 463 pp. Ptusfrated indexed, *oft cow.

MICROLIVESTOCK: $29.95
(ORDER NUMBER 64140)

HOW TO FIND A GOOD JOB

WORKING WITH PLANTS, TREES, AND FLOWERS
Earn Income and Enjoy Life

by Francis X. Jozwlk, Ph.D,

In his business as a commercial
grower of plants, the author has
hrod hundreds of people, and also
had la fire some. In ths short book,
ha offers his professional advice to
jeb sectors in tho field of
horticulture to improve their
chances d finding employment.

Chapters inrfudc:

❖ An tntroductbn to employment
in the field ol horticulture

❖ Specific employment opportuni-
ties in horticuhurc

❖ • Huw to gel the job you want

❖ H&w Io advance in the job you
find

❖ > A summary of things k> do

1994, x BH. 63pp, soft cow.

HOW TO FIND A GOOD JOB WORKING WITH
PLANTS. TREES. AND FLOWERS: $9.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64152)

BACKYARD MARKET GARDENING
The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Selling
What You Grow
by Andrew W. Lee

Discover how easy and prof-
itabta it fc to grow and se<l vegeta-
Wes. fruits. flowers. herbs and
small livestock from your own
backyard market garden.

team howto grow andsdh
□ 14.(XX) pounds ol food. or. less

than ono eighth aero (Ohio)

□ $150,000 frem one half acre. 10
fancy restaurants (California)

O $40,000 from cnc acre of orien-
tal raised back (Oregon)

□ $35,000 from % aero, to dty
f Armors markets (Massachu-
setts)

Learn how to:

□ Earn top cfollsr. with minimum
efltxt and maximum profits

O Improve your garden soil for

super yields and superb flavor

❖ Enjoy a guaranteed sa'ary from community supported agriculture or
a membership garden

•In Backyard Market Gardening Andy lee shows the tandedoct
how to sell quality garden produce 10 the pubic for fun and profit. Small-

scale agrkulture as described by And/ can be very re warring to the
sod. tho environment, ard the flow of capital We know this to be true
here in Texas because we have had groat success in inking small-
scale farmers with urban consumers through a rcvitalzcd system c/

farmers markets/ - From tho Fbreword, by Jim Hightower
1993. 6x 9, 391 pp, indexed, softcover.

BACKYARD MARKET GARDENING: $24.95

(ORDER NUMBER 64147)

HEMP: LIFEUNE TO THE FUTURE
The Unexpected Answer for Our Environmental
and Economic Recovery
by Chris Conrad

Just two generations ago. they caltod tie hemp ptant (maryuana) the most profitable and desirable crop that could be grown. Today it is banned.

This book demonstrates that cannabis hemp is the ultimate green industry. There e/e many long-term ecological benefits wtifch can be reaped by using hemp, Anything made of wood or petroleum can be made more eoonomiCBJty with hamp Hemp is so easy to prow ard use tost it lends itself to the most primitive handicrafts and Uto most sophisticated h’gh-tecMnotogy appfcotions.

Hemp's use will yield financial bc-ncifcs that will reverberate throughout toe economy tor generations to co mo. Given the sccpc of Icda/s environmental and economic emergencies, it is hgh limo for a natonal crash program to restore hemp to too world ard explore its vast poien-

This book strips away toe misconceptions about hemp which have been foisted cn our society over toe past few generations and takas a frosh, new tock nt this amazing plant. Hemp: Lifetine To The Future contans practcal and technical information useful to researchers, environmentalists. farmers, investors, students. teachers. cottage industries, mUtinattonal corporations and all sizes of businesses in between. Whan people mgtfarty use hemp paper, wear hempen doihes and eat hemp- based foods. they wi I recognize Uto importance of Iul>/ restoring tho hemp ptant and will become empowered to take toe initiative and bnng «back

When all these feelers are regarded in perspective. there can be no doubt that hemp is. indeed. cur lifeline Io the future.

1993. SHxSH, 329 pp. Nua&atod, indexed, soft cover.

HEMP: LIFELINE TO THE FUTURE: $10.00

(ORDER NUMBER 85164)

THE GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY HANDBOOK
A Complete Guide to Growing and Selling
Ornamental Container Plants

by Francis X. Joxwik, Ph. D.

The Greenhouse and Nursery Handbook to truly a corrplnte ’bow to* book od omamornal horticulture a poldmhe of practical nitxmalicn foe professionals and sertous amateurs.

Here'S what you wll find In The Greenhouse and Nursery Handbook:

  • Compete Instructions on how to grow hundreds of ornamental plant varieties according to prolsssicnal standards

  • Clear, down-to-earth exptanatons of how plant growth ord devekwnent are inlluonced by major culivntí ticiorr.

  • Practical advtoe about how to soil ornamental plants at a profit

  • How to plan greenhouse and nursery fociities ard how to organize growing cp-cralicns

  • Spncrtx: suggestions for major plant requirements such as soils end nutnents

  • The latest in pest and ciscase control — boto practcal and thecrofical aspects

  • Management guidelines ftx commercial horticultural produetton and marketing.

Dr. Francis Jozwik luis personal/ operated a successful greenhouse end nursery tusness for over 20 years. This practice! experience especially qualifies him to help others learn the ‘ins’ and ’cuts’ of hef1touHur.nl crop prortoclion and marketing.

Dr Jozwik slates In the Preface: ’This bcok contains the base technical informático necessary to produce containerized crops of fiOA’ors. folia pc plants, trees, and shrubs, tt is a’med primarily at toóse people who already arc cc mho would ike to become commercial growers ol those crops. Secondary users of this bcok might be park and grounds personnel. students and teachers, and amateur enthustasta wto roqurc more detailed information than is available from consumer oriented Ifceralure sources.

The information presented win typically lx« most useful In smai or medium sized greenhouses ard nurseries. White a good deal of the subject matter is applicaWe to larger operations, readers must to aware that some modfication in interpretation and employment of information might to necétóáfy ¡ft mes* «fies ProdKting Rwaral milisn contanerizod plants a year ¡8 a somewhat d-terent task than when the objective is ton thousand or cne hundred thousand.

•Most of IItechnical recommendations conlained n tha following pages resUl directly from over twenty years of tho author's daily experience as a commercial grower.’

The Greenhouse and Nursery Handbook shcuto ba on the shed of everyone interested in making money growing plants.

1992, 6x9,519pp, KfustrJlcd, Indexed, hardcover.

THE GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY HANDBOOK: $59.95
(ORDERNUMBER 64153)

Tax Avoision

Introduction

Taxation Is theft!

If you ar© tired of seeing your hard-eamod money taken from you and spent on military boondoggles, overseas vacations for bloated bureaucrats, and fancy offices for parasitic legislators, then you would probably like to reduce your taxes. The books in this section have been carefully selected to be of maximum help to you In avoiding taxes of all kinds. They contain methods of tax avoidance that really work. Whcss money is it. anyway?...

STAND UP TO THEIRS

Everything you need to know to successfully:
Defend yourself in an audit; Challenge an Incorrect
tax bill; Represent yourself in Tax Court
by Tax Attorney Frederick W. Dally

No three lexers frighten the average American more than IRS. And its noc surprising given that nearly 50% of all taxpayers ore likely Io be audited al ano time or another. But with too help of Stand Up To The /RS. taxpayers need not foar. Fred Daily reveals secrete that the IRS doesn’t want you lo know and arms you with all toe information ycu need to confront America's larges! and meet powerful agenoy.

This book shows you Iww to: put together documentation to support your deductions; challenge incorrect bills; petition for the remove! of a penalty; request the efiminaion of a Sen or wege att^chrront; negotiate an installment plan tor your tax bill; and much, much more.

StandUp To Tho //»Sis the taxpayer's best friend when confronting the IRS. Ite chapters give (totalled strategies on surviving an audit with tho minimum amount c4 damage. appaaAng an audit ccesicn, gong to Tax Court and dealing with tho IRS cd lectors. Other topics include: fling tax returns when ycu haven't dene so in a while, tex crimes, concerns of small business people and getting licfc Ihe IRS ombudsman. Ths tock also includes confidential forms, unavatable to taxpayers, usod by the I RS during audits and ccltecticn interviews.

1'252. S& x If, 250pp, indexed, soft corer.

STAND UP TO THE IRS: $19.95

(ORDER NUMBER 73070)

WAR TAX RESISTANCE
A Guide to Withholding Your Support
From the Military

by Ed Jiedemann and Ruth Benn

If you dent bellevo >n war, why pay foe
Z? Especially naw that the Odd War Is
aver. Evon tha majority c/ us who are not
SOkttcrs support too miitery with cur texes
ard often our work. War Tax Resistance
describes h data:! □ classic ard effective
form of resisting war. Based on the
experiences of thousands of war tax
ressters and enlivened by dozens of
inspiring stories of creative resistance.
War Tax Resistance prowtos the
inspiration ard loots needed by anyone
who resists, or is considering resisting,
paying taxes for war. Excelent lor
students of militarism and c<ril
disobedience, War Tax Resistance is a

thorough introduction to Iba posslWWies end risks of a particularly potent
forum for education and dissent

Topics covered insude: O How to resist O How much nc4 to pay O
The toephone tax O Income lax resistance O Wilhhddng O Tho IRS
audit €v>d appeal process O Tho ooCeclbn process O Resisting
collection O Hstery of war tax resistance in tlx? United States O Global
war tax resistance O Pa ylng under protest O And much, much more.

tSS2. 6Hx 11, 131pp, Mustreted, indexed. softcover.

WAR TAX RESISTANCE: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 76045)

HOW TO GET TAX AMNESTY
A Guide to the Forgiveness of IRS Debt,
Including Penalties & Interest
by Danie! J PHta

Deep wZhln our economy Iles an entire culture comprisod of these who have resigned thom3#/98 to a lifetmo ot running and hdng from Ito tex man. Thwre is ro freedom and there is no rest. Their tope ouch toy te erty tor survival and someday ion TAX AMNESTY! Today's stAttsbcs reveal that a staggoring 6 milion citizens have been driven lo non-filng of lax returns. They have boon forced underground by abusive tax cotioction, the assessment of strangulating ponah'es and usurious interest. With tax debts increasing at a crippling 24% arnua’ly, it has actually become more productive for ttom not to work. 10 Stay underground!

In How To Get Tax Amnesty. Daniel J. Pila describes in tote« feur tax amnesty programs hat can work tor ycu today: 1: ’The Life Jacket’ is designed to hut-p you from slipping dooper into the aa of debt and wil save you from current collection eKorts. 2: ’Contr. cn too Dollar talk yco how to get the IRS to setto your tax debt for cents on the dolar. 3: V/age-Eamer Payback Plan’ te tos'gnod specifically for those who have steady wages or salaries from which payments can bo made. 4: 'Ffosh Start' is d«igh«f tor thwto who have liltla

to toso, and atows iftdMduafe to be lOteUy torgven of ail tax tott. Under the program, the IRS must accept the taxpayer's or or as payment in ful. even if the offer is noth’ng. You win a Fresh Start! Tho programs cutlned in this book are the direct result of potoy changes wr.hin toe IRS. If IRS indebtedness has become a way cf life tor you. Its time for ycu to reap toe benefits of these new policies. Now Is too time for TAX AMNESTY!

19*3. SU xSK, 220pp. softcover.

HOW TO GET TAX AMNESTY: $12.95

(ORDER HUMBER 73071)

A LAW UNJO

IBS

AKU THE

ABUSE

OF puwia

DAVID BUKNIIAM

A LAW UNTO ITSELF
The IRS and The Abuse of Power
by Da vid Burnham

Il Is bigger than the FBI cc H e
CIA. M has the financial gcods cn
more than 194 trillion irrirv-duaSs and
corporations. Its regulatbns - 9.8CO
pages worth are so complex that
not even its own agents uruforsiand
mem. n Mb the authorty to ¿olM the
assets of poitical parties, thriny len-
yrwr-tfefe, or any taxpayer who notes
that his return «3 'signed involuntary
under penalty of statutory punish-
ment.'

It e the Internal Revenue Service,
Uvj United States government's most
powerful bureaucratic institution. and
its operations and abuses are ex-
posed in this groundbreaking work
©f mvesbgativo journalism.

David Bumham says. 'The self congratulatory cialms by federal tax
officials that most of the poepfo ot ths United Slates pay the? taxes on a
voluntary basis is extremely rrisloadng. Tte supposed weeder of
VolurXary compianco.' thn favored catch phrase ol generatdns o1
congressmen and
IRS erfpats. mates for nice speeches. But it has
very little k> do wxh how federal taxes are col'ected. The withholding
process e so efficient that lour out of five of al lax dollars paid by
ind'rfdual Americans In 19&3 were landed to Uw government without
the money ever passing through the hands of the taxpayers. Tlx?
principal explanation tor Iha effectiveness of withholding lies in the way
work is organized in the United States.'

A Law Unto ttidftMti to reed by eve<y taxpayer — and by every
lax avoidor.

1999, 5x9, 447pp, indexed, soft cover.

A LAW UNTO ITSELF: $12.95
(ORDER NUMBER 73069)

HOW ANYONE CAN NEGOTIATE
WITH THE IRS —AND WINI
A Daring Expose of the Vulnerability
of the System and the People Who Run It
by Daniel J. Pllla

Without this tock, dealing w*h the
IRS is iko playing cards against a
slacked deck Tbs IRS is the dealer
ticking al the aces and llo btuft.z his
most effective weapon. Without an
ace up your sleeve, the risk of eating
a bluff is too great. Let ths bcok show
yea the IRS's cards and bo the ace up
your stoeve needed Io

Discover: • 15 IRS bli/fs and
Inbmldatons and how to counter »14
secrets to effective communication
with IRS personnel • 11 critical IRS
notices and the correct response to
each • 10 forms that snake-bite tax-
payers • 11 ground rules you can
establish before an audit conference •

10 ways to prove deduclfons and verify income • 2 ways Io eliminate taxes you cannot aflocd to pay • and mixh more.

Daniel J. Pills, author of The Naked Truth (about thn IRS), is con of the nation's meet successful IRS negotiators. Ho reveals his trade secrets to you to How Anyone Can Negotiate With The fRS— And Win!

1S5S, 5» x oH, 267pp, fitustfsted, softcover.
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How Anyone Can
Negotiate With
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And WIN!

A F.spcor nf

Vubcn¿«líi>ur Ue Syrian
asd the ftxplr Who R tn II

Dania) J. Pilla

IRS IN ACTION
“Straight Talk from a Former Treasury Agent“
by Santo Presti

The tRS wSt get you it you don't watch
out!

Why? Because the IRS has to get you
(or someone like ycu) to show that it's
needed. It will get ycu because you
probably don't know ar.y boticr. The IRS
Ites to keep secret live way it operates
how it coitacts taxes, auclts tax return»,
and investigates fee criminal vfo’attoc«.
Pie lass you knew. Iha toss ycu will
question what thn IRS is dang.

That's why tho IRS doesn't want you to
rood the sensational book IRS tn Action.
Written by a former tosder. it provides
astonishing Insight into the toner workings
of inis very secretive agency.

TNr. bock will tell you:

□ The tack door* approach to audits and tovcstgeficns

□ How the IRS polices its own employees

O Why IRS agents late a Sunday drive by >xnx homo

□ The three steps to take alter being contacted by an IRS special agent

□ How the IRS 'Shope around* for unrcnjpUour. return prep^m

□ The 'unusual ways' Ute IRS targets an audrt

□ The most common lax crimes and what happens when the IRS decides Io tovestigate somccoc

□ Why is !ho 'IRS enforcement curve* on the rise?

□ Whal's ahead frem the IRS

□ Ard mjch. much morel

The author spent 10 years worfctog wvth the Criminal Investigation Division U the IRS. Remember, thn IRS works all year tong — even after April 15 oomes and goes. Don't you think you ought to find cut Shoot IPS tn Action befoco !RS caXsi Or boffcryet bofyro yw

your next fax return?

1983. SU XS, 160pp. ifh^frxf^d. xofr covtr.

IRS IN ACTION: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 73057)

IT'S EASY TO AVOID PROBATE

by Barbara R. Stock

Unless you are a child or a pauper,
you win probably ha\*e assets to be
prebated. The author's research of
5C0 cases in nine stoics shows the
cost of probate s 6% to 22%.
depending cn tn© size of tha estate.
For example, an estate of So.OCO
would cost 22% or $1,100! An estate
of $503,000 would cost an average od
6% or S30.0CO. These costs occurred
despte the feet that three out of four
of these people had a perfectly pood
Wil prepared by an attorney!

One-thrd of th? peepte reading
Tie book will need something caled a
living (re/ocabta or amerxfabta) trust
Tli6 basic difference botwonn n Irving
bust and a Will is: assets held under

a bust (to rot have to be probated. With a Wil. assets held cn>/ in your name al your dealh must go through the peebnto 'wringer.' This book tells you all about the Irving trust, gves you formats C< several (009 of these will fit 98% of the poepo readng tte book), and gives you slep- by-S'.ep instructions on how to go about implementing a Irving trust.

Written in ptato oasy-to-understand language. K's Easy To Avoid Probate is cnc of the best investments you will eve? make.

19&S, 6x9,225pp, Music»fed, indexed, hardcover.

ITS EASY TO AVOID PROBATE: $16.95
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UNDERGROUND Economy

Introduction

The "black" market, as every libertarian knows, is merely the real market driven underground by government controls. As politicians and bureaucrats cat away at your money with taxes and inflation, more and more people are beginning to participate in the ‘Underground Economy" a booming economy whose transactions are not reported to the govorn-ment. The government itself admits that billions of dollars a year go unreported in the underground economy.

This section contains the most complete collection of books on the underground economy and related subjects ever offered for sale. The books range from scholarly treatises to the nuts-and-bolts of moonlighting. bartering, evading price controls and rationing, smuggling, and. in general, dodging the regulations and taxes which hamstring the ‘mainstream* economy. The underground economy is tho free market. May your taxes be low, and all your trades be profitable...


THE BEST BOOK EVER WRITTEN ON THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY!!!

GUERRILLA CAPITALISM

How to Practice Free Enterprise in an Unfrce Economy

by Adam Cash

Here’s the book you*ve all been waiting for — the first and only how-to-do-it
book on the Underground Economyl

As the government eats up our regular income with taxes and Inflation, more
and more people are joining the underground economy and doing business tax-
free! They are becoming ’Guerrilla Capitalists,’ people who are practicing free
enterprise in this unfrea society of ours.

The Guerrilla Capitalists arc the last bastion of free enterprise in America. If
you want to Join them, you simply must read this book first! Guerrilla
Capitalism ccNeis
In vast detail all the ins and ouls of making money in the

underground economy — and not getting caught?

Here are some of the contents of this amazing manual:

  • What ’Guerrilla Capitalism* te and why it might savo America

  • What kinds of businesses are best tor the underground economy

  • How to do business without a license

  • Principles of falsi tying tax returns- how to keep your underground
    income'off tho books"

  • Keeping two sots; of books — how to do it and why you might not want to

  • Barter— why you should use it. and why you should stay away from barter
    clubs

  • The trouble with banks — and how to avoid thorn

  • How to invest yocir unreported income — and one thing you should never

do

  • How to get your customers to pay you in cash

  • How to cash checks without running them through your bank account

  • How the IRS discovers unreported income — and how you can keep out of
    their dutches

  • Case histories of actual underground businesses — how they avoid getting caught and what you can learn from them

  • How to skim money from an above-ground business

  • And much, much more!

This bock takes you into tho underground economy like no other book could. What good is "believing In’ free enterprise if
you don't practice it? This book shows you how to practice froo enterprise in an unfree society — how to be a Guerrilla
Capitalist. Loompanics Unlimited presents Guerrilla Capitalism, the finest book ever written on the underground economy.

1984, x 8H, 172 pp, Illustrated, soft cover.

GUERRILLA CAPITALISM: $14.95
(ORDER NUMBER 13044)

THE COMPLETE BOOK OF
INTERNATIONAL SMUGGLING
by M.C. Finn

THE CWfttTr ÍKXX CF

SMUGGLING

Dnskjnor pans. parrots. bitlcs.
weapons, drugs, watches. Each 04
those comment/ smuggled items is
high?/ dosirabla to smugglers and
buyers alike. Smuggling smacks of
adventure and odrenaine rushes. It
also means easy money for the
savvy lounst and a padded wale!
tor thn International businessmen.

A defense investigate«; M.C.
Fnn has seen smuggling through
tho eyes of the Agente and the
prates. He's studied the casual
traveler who makes his house
payments setting fake goods to
coger buyers. Now he tells Weir
secrete.

Learn which goods sol wen n
which countries, how to avoid

trouble whether toying or soling, what customs agents took fer.
surveillance equpmenl used by the law and effective counter-
surveillance measures, how drugs are smuggled (usual?/ unwisely),
fardteobtah i.dto frequencies, the profile of a smuggler. and mixh
morn.

1553. SH X Sri, 160 pp. photos, soft corer.

THE COMPLETE BOOK OF

INTERNATIONAL SMUGGLING: $17.50

«ORDER NUMBER 13085)

THE ORGANIZATION OF ILLEGAL MARKETS
Æn Economic Analysis

It is widely believed that
monopot)' control, b8S8d on
violence. corruption or risk-
epreadhg. is characteristic d tho
black market in illegal goods and
servees. such as mar^uana and
bcokmaking. Tbs rew bcok refutes
that notion, and shows that Illegal
enterprises are likely to bo smaller
than their legal counterparts

The most important reasons for
this are the lack of exiomni credit
markets. *sell a ccnsoguorce of tho
non-exesterce of audited records,
lite lack of ccurt enforceable
contracts, and the need to restrict

kncrnlcdgo of porticipafon in tho enterprise.

Corruption is ike?/ to affect the organization of the rrerket only under special circumstances. where there is a SingTe agency which monopolzcs cnfcrccmcnl. Though ll’at condticn held for most Jlcgal markets thirty years ago. enforcement now ¡a fragmented and mor’appng. which inhibits an agency from granting a monopoly franchise.

A fascinating end Iconoclastic look at nc black market which reveals more competition than general?/ exists in legal markets.

x 11. 54 pp. soft cover.

THE ORGANIZATION OF ILLEGAL MARKETS: $4.95
(ORDER NUMBER 13082)

FINANCIAL INVESTIGATIONS AND THE TRACING OF FUNDS

Written Io train Miitary Potco investigators. this ittfo-known manual covers financial nvcsbgaticns and the tracing of funds. Anycne can be Iha victim of financial swindling and fraud. This manual outlines the laics: investigative techniques u-yyd by special agents who crack fiscal enmes of greed.

Topics covered include: • Getting access to a suspects financial records • Ct)tain ng federal court orders, search warrants and subpoenas ♦ Interviewing suspects • Dealing wth banka and interpreting bank records • Indrcct methods for tracing Financial transactions • Legal considerations • And much more.

1550. SH x 11, 60 pp, tifustrated, sort corer.

FINANCIAL INVESTIGATIONS

AND THE TRACING OF FUNDS: $10.00
(ORDER NUMBER 13081)

JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN THE BLACK MARKET

by Burgess Laughlin

This widely-praised book is the single best «MrotWon to too organization of illegal businesses ever written. Job Opportunities tn the Block Markets a cemptate survey of working cordrtxms in the U.S. Black Market (the Hegel, but victimtoss economy).

Exa miring in vast detail Nack market businesses as dvorse as narcotics, people-smugging, gambling and milk bootfogging. tho author covers: ♦ Pay ♦ Orgahzattor<s ♦ Risks ♦ Advancement ♦ Cultum ♦ Soccty ♦ Prtoes ♦ Benefits ♦ And much more!

The author also shows the reader the role of rotators. wholesalers, organizers, smugglers. mtetf ¡emen. entrepreneurs, and tholr assistants.

Job Opportunities In the Black Market alee notodfis an Index. a gbsssry of black market slang, and organizational diagrams of typical black market business operations. Based partly cn the author's experiences, the book to thorough?/ documented. inducing references and an extorts to bblography.

This is tho singta fnest book co black market businesses ever written — highly recommended

W4 M *&, 144 pp. Rtostnt&f. sort eow.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN THE BLACK MARKET: $10.95

(ORDER NUMBER 13018)

SNEAK IT THROUGH

Smuggling Made Easier

by Michael Connor

Does sneaking something
ttircogh a checkpoint sound lite
something >ou'd never (to? Waltl
Items such as fresh fruit end meat,
medicines and B*b'es are maro
valuable in certain ccunlnos than
firearms or dope. You never know
what you mght want to hkto when
things get tough!

In Sneak tt Through, author
FAchaei Connor covers tho places
of concealment he coutonl posabty
ha\*e covered in us»t eno volume.
This Is not a rehashl In the
companicn p'oen to Duty free,
Comor explains how to improvise
large and scroll stash areas where
no one will took. Hero are
instruebons ard liustralicns for

transformng cciinar/ items into secure, made-to-order hiding places.
Also indixfed are chapters cn security evasion and airdrop technique«
and .mpcv/isc-d tending strips.

With thoso molltods and the proper mott/ation. you can use
practical:/ anything ytu Oftcx as a hiding place to smuggte goods.
Weapons, controlled substerrces. oranges ycu name ¡L you can
sneak it tbrougt)!

15S4. S'/i x Sti. 59pp. tXustrated, soft cover.

SNEAK IT THROUGH: $12.50
(ORDER NUMBER 13041)

MICHAEL CONNOR

HOW TO DO BUSINESS
“OFFTHE BOOKS"
by Adam Cash

Adam Cash, 8ir.hc< of the tfass'c
Guerriti returns with hb

<x*»rd took co the Urrfsrgrcund
Economy.

The IRS continues »is abuses of
the rights of Americans, and
government; at all levels scn'.nu©
to raise taxes and spend tx*/ond
their means. Millens of Americans
st all economic tevels are feeling
the squeeze, arrf are fighting bac*
— not enfy try pretesting and writ-
ing letters to their Congressmen,
but by actuary disobeying tho law
by just simply nc< reporting income,
and by falsifying Utoir tax returns.

These people are what we call
•Guerrilla Capltaists.’ poepta who
are practicing tree enterprise in the

unfree economy of ours. Adam Cash first showed ycu exactfy how milions of Americans aro decoding themselves against a greedy and eoercfva government by evadng taxes, and now be digs even deeper nto tho soorote of live Underground Economy with Ns amazing new volume. How To Do Business "Off tho Books."

Contents of this amazing boc* incirfe:

  • Why taxes wit keep going up. roganScss of the promteos of poWans

  • How the government wastes your money — and how millions of people are evading taxes to fight back

  • How tho IRS uses selective enforcement of lax laws to terminate aganst tho ’ittto guy’

  • Hcrw the tat cats avoid payhg taxes - and why them techniques are not for you

  • Locking tor loopholes in the tex laws • The Underground Economy and the law

  • What ycu can expect your C.P.A. to say about the Underground Economy

  • The Ins and outs of reedpts — how Guerrila Caphafisto can mu»tip*y •business’ deduction*

  • How io ’backstop’ your tax returns and falsify doductons

  • Caso histories of actual urdcrg-cund businesses — how they avoid getting caught and what you can loam from them

  • What typos of businesses are best tor the Und.irgroi.rrf Eoorxomy - and how to got coc started

  • Privacy — the key to Uto Underground Economy

  • And much, much m<xo!

Wo aro very proud Id offer our readers Adam Cash’s soccnd bock on tho Underground Economy. the Si-quel to Guom&>Captetem: How To Do Business "Off TDo Books.* What good is •believing in’ free enterprise it you cant practice tf? How To Do Business "Off tho Books •shews you how» milions of your fellow Americans are practicing free enterprise m tho Underground Economy.

5Hx6M, 156 pp. softcover.

HOWTO DO BUSINESS •OFFTHE BOOKS’: $14.95
(ORDER NUMBER 13056)

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GETTING STARTED
IN THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY
by Adam Cash

Adam Cash, author of the best selers Gucm&t CapdaXsm nrrf How To Do Business “Off Tho Books" returns with his thbd how-to book on the Underground Economy — Getting Started In 77>e Underground Economy. In this easy-to-read volume he tolls you how to case your way into the tax-free Underground Economy. Topics covered include:

  • Tlie myth of a steady job — W working for someone etee wil never bring ycu th© financial security ycu doiare • Case histories of underground busnossos — what yea can team from others already doing « • How to decide what you want from the Underground Economy — and bow to keep year parttopatfen at the level bx^st for ycu • The Four Levels of tho Underground Eccnomy • Traps to watch cut ter • How to make Uh* most of your regular job — using information and contacts you already have to get into Uto Underground Economy • Getting too most from your money now why a penny sav*d is bettor than a p<or.y earned • Trio bast kinds of businesses for gening paid In cash • And much more.

Including an extensive Recommended Reading 1st

Every year. billons of dollars go unreperted and untaxed in toe Underground Economy—arrf contrary to government propaganda. It Is not all drug dealers and ©tier criminate. Milions of ordinary Americans like ycursoT have chosen not to report al or part of thoir Income — to evade the excessive taxes Uto government keeps tovyhg. This excling naw bosk tola how you can join them’

Don’t believe tho propaganda you hear about tex ’cuts’ — whatever the Federal pevomment cuts to taxes. < win make tp In inflation and now taxes — arxl you can exp«! stale and local taxas to keep rising ns well. Why not do as milrfns of your fellow Americans are doing arrf join tho Underground Economy? Become a Guerrifa CapXaltel!

Let Adam Cash show you Uto way.

1SS3, SHX8H. tGOpp, sort cover.

GETTING STARTED IN THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY: S14.W

(ORDER NUMBER 13068)

THE SUBTERRANEAN ECONOMY

by Dan Bawfy

if yvj fed you pay too much in taxes and get too tttte to return — if you’re tired Of swing your hard-earned money swallowed up by bleated burca-ucracy or wasted to toetfWent government programs — it you resent tho inequality of the tax laws that seek Uto salaried worker but let milionairea slip through tax free — youVo got ptonty of company! Pecpte on both sides cf Uto Atlantic are becoming increastogly critical cf tho lax setups in the>* countries. And more and more of thorn aro fooling justifiod in reprxtiiYj less and lose of their tocome on thor tax returns. Tax avoidance errf e-vaarfn two now becomo commcnplac© in all Western neriona. This book Is the first cf its tard to dosoty examine this growing phrmsmonon. It shows: who evades taxes; where they do it whythoy do it; ard Aoirthey do iL

The Subtwraneon Economy discusses In Malt 1b^ tax-frno urdorgroirrf economy to the United Stefas end othor dcmccracicc. This cash-and-bartor economy incudes overythng from individuals mooriighting ’off the books' to money free cxchangos cf goods and services to multinational dealings. Right at tha start Uto book points OU how big government ¿soil is a major cause of tho situaton. Because cf the heavy social wolfaro ©omrritm©nts based cn over-ambiticus and uiYAieltf/ lax programs, many Western governments aro perceried as overburdened and ineffoebvo. This bock demonstrates how Inapt govammanl arrf inflation togothor food Uto hidden econcmy. It shows how tex evasion is develcpng in al sectors of the cconcmy. Ard 4 tovestigatee Uto various means by which governments coUd attempt to cento to terms wvith tho subterranean economy.

Dan Bavriy's. Tho Subtorrancjm Economy is on© of Uto very finest books ever written on the Undcrgrcxjnd Economy. We recommend it very highly to our readers.

6x0, 204 pp. hard coior.

THE SUBTERRANEAN ECONOMY: $9.95

(ORDER NUMBER 13035)

HOW TO DETERMINE UNDISCLOSED
FINANCIAL INTERESTS

This is a manual written fee govc-miuxit rr/^nixj agonto d»<scrit>oj in amazing and chilling detail how to AJ Capone a guy — bow to snoop into your prr.-ate financial records. (Sscover unreported Income, and nail you for income tax evasion.

Do you think your financial privacy is sate from the pr><r>g eyes of Bg Brecner? Hot a chance! Novar before has there boon a book Neo this! Learn how government revenue agent; pcoo tegethar -your entire fl- nancial NstOfy u^'ng atf of your "private* records. Stawty but surety, tho .agents prepare an alr-tiffrt case against you — w.zhojt ever havng to inform you about the investigation!

It is a tact of modem life that any transaction you make, any action you take, teaves some »nd of paper trail. Even if you are careful to cover year tracks, your affairs can be analyzed from al the surrounding Informaton the sama way a puzzte is put together, and the shape of the missing pteces known. This shocking book demonstrates the exact methods used by government agencs io create an effigy of your financial Ifo. so they can bum you b tex court*

Contents of this amazing book include:

  • How agents obtain your confidential tank records

  • Haw your checking account is analyzed

  • How to reccgnize cashed chocks and what they tell about tbo target

  • How agents determine tho origins of al your deposits in checking and savings accounts

  • Sate ttepcew boxes — how agents can accurately guess at theJr contents

  • Why banks keep lean files, how agents got at them, and what r»ey reveal about the target

  • Brokerage accounts — all your securities tradings are epen fee Inspection

  • How crodt card records are acquired and used

  • How cashiers* .-vto iravotorts checks are tracod

  • Acquring information from banks and governments about tho target's property holdings

  • Tmcng your holdings in foregn bank accounts

  • A complete listing of Bank Identification Symbols on your chocks, and bow they are used

  • How agents obtain •confidential* Intcxmattcn cn your financial activities from banks, financial institutions, branches cf gcvommonl. and oilier till'd parties.

If you thought there was such a thing as financial privacy h America, ths took slows you just how wrong you are. You r.ro the 'Largo:' and you* cooperation is not n coded I Government agents (and knoAfcdgeobto private- investigators) can find out everything about year most private transactions, without you mon knowing ycu'ro undor teveetigation!

Thte is the single most revearng book on financial investigative methods we have ever seen. Highly recommended to anyone concerned with their financial privacy and how it to being violated.

1933, 6H x 11, 65 pp. Nustnted, softcover.

HOW TO DETERMINE UNDISCLOSED

FINANCIAL INTERESTS: $12.00

(ORDER NUMBER 56065)

BLACK MARKETS AROUND THE WORLD

by Burgess Laughlin •

Tho cofor and drama of ¡logo! tut victrnlotp economic oclivitios draw Burgess Laughin into writing his first bock. Job Opportunities tn tho Black Market, a study of tho black market in tho Unted States. Those attractions were even stronger in drawing him into examining tlx? back markets in olhor countries. From Ireland to Uu> Netherlands, from Sweden to Zambia, from Singapore to Australa. from Thafcsnd to Canada. Diack Markets Around The WotM'ks a unique look at the subterranean econcmies of more than 25 countries.

1981, SH xSH, 84 pp. illustrated, soft cover.

BLACK MARKETS

AROUND THE WORLD: $5S5
CORDER NUMBER 13024)

THE BLACK MARKET

by Marshall B. CUnard

k must for any’ono Interested In free trade, this book covers in JeiaO exactly what methods were used to dedgo ratoning n WWII, and what methods were used to apprehend semo violators. White the authors Intention was anything but to wnte a hcrw-to-do-lt book for black marketeers. that is exactly what Tho Black Market ¡a. il read •backwards.*

Topics covered xvetodo:

♦ Counterfeiting and theft ot ration currency

♦ Comparison wfch ordinary crimes in wartime

♦ Voluntary methods of control

♦ Opposition to volunteer price panels

♦ Tho problem of using votonteere in enforcement work

♦ Tho meat black market

♦ Tho gasoline black market

♦ Landlords as violators

♦ Enforceability ot the regulations

♦ Invostgativo techniques

♦ Economic factors in tho Wack mo ricot

♦ Suggestions for future controls

♦ And much, much more!

With todays incrassin^y piggy governments and tho constant spectre of price controls and other absurd regulation of economic transactions, a knowledge of the principles and appkatbns of black market skfls — knowing t-c«w to doal in contreberd — & of particular relevance for tl»oee concen>ed with personal freedem. Don't tot tho government's paper reality become yoor reality. Froodom of choice always exists for those who seek It!

What this book is» to a comprehensive study of just about en-ery way poepte thought of and executed to gel around the ridicUous controls ard rationing system. At mo reasons why It cidnT work before are laid cut boro in detai so yrxj can uso thorn to got ready for next timer H^Ny rccommondodf

1952, 5H x8H, 392pp, itrdexed, softcover.

THE BLACK MARKET: $9.95
(ORDERNUMBER 13013)

NEW LIBERTARIAN MANIFESTO

by Samuel Edward Konkin Ui

This Short volume dscusses moving from the present ccndilbn of statsm to the free market, by using counter-economics. 'Countcr- econombs* means using market means rathnr than pziltcal means. Ideas such as libertarian nsuranco com^nntea soling insurance against orcroochmonC by Do State (taxation, Iho draft, eto.) are discussed by Konkin.

Inle<estfng and thought provoking, recommended to those Interested in tte Underground Economy.

1963, SH xSH. 33pp, softcover.

NEW LIBERTARIAN MANIFESTO: $2.95
(ORDER NUMBER 13030)

THE GARAGE SALE BOOK
Turn Your Trash Into Cash
by Jeff Grobcrman and Colin Yardley

Turn >our trash into cash with Tho Garage Salo Book! Topics covered indude:

  • When to hold your garage sale

  • How to sei prices

  • How to advertise

  • The art of haggling

  • How to deal w:th people wtx» show up before are ready

  • The best way to set up and lay out >*our stuff

  • What to do with leftovers

  • And much more.

Thto book la cbcck-fui of sage adrice to help net eny the garage sate rooks but also the experienced back yard entrepreneur.

1937, SMxSh, 90pp, ikostratcb, softcover.

THE OARAGE SALE BOOK: $5.95

(ORDER NUMBER 13060)

Privacy and Hiding Thing

Introduction

We all have something to hkJo, don't wo? From nosy neighbors, cops, tax collectors, burglars and other riffraff who havo no respect for privacy. The books in this section contain specific instructions for hiding guns, gold, sexual implements, survival foods, or anything else you want to bo YOURS. There are also several books on general privacy — how to get it. how to enjoy it, and how to Koop it. This section is a /ws/for every private citizen.

HOW TO BUILD A BUGPROOF ROOM

by Angus Gtes

George Orwelfs chi Ung portrayal ol
an all-seeing Big Brother sp/ng on our
lives has become a realty, with a big
bOOM from th« technical advances ol tie
I960«, th« ta-A-and-ordcr 1990s wd see
more and more tetoplvonc taps, room
bugs, ard other intrusive devices being
used lo pry into our personal and
professional Ives — untoss team to
protect ourselves from this invasion ot
pnracy now!

How to Buiid A Bugproof Room will
loach yea to put today's lecrindcgy to
work ensuring your privacy instead of
rnvn.ving fl. It contains everything you
n«XKl to know to take elective ccunter-

mnasuros agahst vkfoo ard audio intrusion. Loam how io make smp'c. Inoxpansxvo quek-fixes, or, for the ultimate in socunty. how Id build a space age, acrylic, soundproof. impregnable) room within a room imide your homo, office or car. You can’t afford to ignore th© information contained in this book.

1990. SHjtSH, 96 pp, Wustftted, softcover.

HOW TO BUILD BUGPROOF ROOM: $12.00
(ORDER HUMBER 10055)

PERSONAL AND BUSINESS PRIVACY
A Special Report on Why and How
Your Privacy Is Invaded
by BUI Pryor

PERSONAL AND
BUSINESS PRIVACY

a srtUÂl errtff tx

WHY 4»P HOW

AA9 WHAT
rt 9f itNUf

«r utl

DON’T BUG ME
Tho Latest High-Tech Spy Methods
by M.L. Shannon

Everyone in America should be allowed
to enjoy the rights guaranteed by tho
Fourth Amendment, including the right to
bo loft atone by government, busnnsscs.
and others who can — and sometimes rfo
— listen to or observe everything you ard
your tarrlty say or do in your home. your
office, and even your car. Everyone has tha
right to know about ths invaston of prr/acy
and haw to stop iL

Don't Bug Me shows ycu how to pro-
tect yourself from electronic eavesdrcppirg
and iron tho surYeilance and counter,
survo dance experts who prey co unin-
formed citizens. Ths comprehensive study

discusses every kind 01 spying rfovfon. from inexpensive transmitters
oh on hidden in potted plants, lamps and stereos to super sophist catod
systems favored by governments or bg business. It indudes the latest
technology that allows if kj watchers to spy on ycu from your TV. VCR.
computer, ccfrjlar phone, baby monitor erd cthnr seemingly innocucus
devices.

1992, 8H JT11. 147 pp. ttiustrafed, »oft cover.

DON'T BUG ME: $19.95

(ORDER NUMBER 58079)

BUG

IVIE

THE LATEST HIGH-TECH SPY METHODS

*s Ml

Here Is a book wo havo al been watting tart Written by a former 'spook' and pro- fessjonal agent. Persona! and Business Prfracy explores ©wory facet c/ privacy, from plannod invasion to practical protection. Iha authoritative bock deters exactly how agents ard invesigators 'set up' their larqets and uso various devices to obteln private data.

But this book is more than just methods of privacy protection and -current tools of the trade. Personal and Business Privacy you bow to recognize sgns of possible sroepng ard avoid situations that can oompccmiso

privacy. The author believes Americans just don’t know how to bn ’suspicious.’ THo detailed lessens in ths sobering book, however, will enable you to become vtluaty impossbk? to spy cn. Contents Include:

  • Why there is a privacy problem • Proprietary business data • Financial data • Technology • Private relationships • Employers • Insurance • Court Acticns • Setups and FBI scams • Black bag ¡obs • Mail surveillance • Telephone taps • Illegal entry by police • Corporate cloak and dagger • How surveillance Is ccrductcd • Bakings and rooms • Industrial areas • Vaults • Pubk: a-xas (hotels, restaurants, spas, motels) • VeNctes. public and private • Outdoor areas (parks, beachass. dcsortod roads, shopping mafia, sports stadiums) • Telephones, pubic and private • Agenbln- pUco • Wired agents • Technical devices (micro- phenes, taps, relays, sensors, recorders, etc.) • New mnthads (tow fight, infrared, video, lime lapse) • What to do to protect yourself • Review operations • Prcpctotary dscussions and data • RSfdOrtl CfiA/VJAS • Spot searches • Rat petrel • Meeting places • Body alarms • Cold telephones • Codea'crypto systems • Elminate or tom agents • Delouse yeu'setf

PLUS numerous t&btes. figun» ard queotions-and-answers that emb’o you lo determine your own opbonr, for protecting both year bur.ncss and personal privacy. Here is thn most professional bock avaiablc on bow to go about doing tha job toteUgorXy and effactively.

19S6. 8'4 x 11, 13Spp. tHustnted, Indexed, g<onMry. sod cor»r.

PERSONAL AND BUSINESS PRIVACY: $2495

(ORDER NUMBER 53033)

OUR VANISHING PRIVACY

And What You Can Do To Protect Yours
by Robert Elifs Smith,
Publisher, Privacy Journal

▲ Will personal bar cedes soon bo
required for each man, woman
and child In tho Unted S’-ates?

▲ Why door. Quaker Oats Company
want to knew your views on gun
COOVOT?

a Is your pharmacist soling infer-
motion about whch drugs you
use and ho* often you buy them?

a Why won’! the phono company
tell you about 'Cal Trace.' a form
of 'Calor I.D.* that dccsnl let
telemarketers shatter your pri-
vacy?

Our Vanishing Privacy to a
shocking book that reveals just how
much strangers know about your pn-

vato ifo. Rght new. someone Is collecting information about your health, your finances, and your love life. And they dent have year best interests at heart Our Vanishing Privacy tells yea what yea need to know to fight back.

Subjects covered msUdc: a The rapid dec Inn n information privacy a Your Social Security number: guard fl with your Lfe a Haw tho Post Office sals )X3ur privacy a Caller ID: my prrracy or years? a How target marketing turns birds of a leather into sting ducks a is your medical information really confidential? a How tabloid TV has changed American privacy standards a What privacy rules govern the media? a Short Takes: quick -essays cn fax fax and oilier privacy problems a Twenty principles to protect information privacy a And nudi more.

Robert Elis Smith, publisher of Privacy Journal is one of the worlda tearing authorities ©n privacy. A graduate of Harvard Colege and Georgetown University Law Center, he uses hto training as an attorney to ad/ocate strong recognition ot the right to privacy. Our Vanishing Privacy covers the entire spectrum of modern privacy Invasion and lays tho groundwork foe a new respect for privacy, bed in principle and practice

W $H x SH, 136 pp. soft ct»*r.

OUR VANISHING PRIVACY: $12.95

(ORDER NUMBER 10060)

PERSONAL PRIVACY

THROUGH FOREIGN INVESTING

by Trent Sands

If yotfro frustrated w.th all the paperwork and taxes that burden tho American investee, tot Trent Sands shew yea how to safely and secretly mer.'o year dollars overseas.

In Persona! Privacy through Foreign investing. Sands exp’ans how to research fora Ign investment markets and how to set up an overseas bank account. Tho author then explores tho economic climate and pnvacy safeguards n each of these countries:

  • Swtzartand

  • The Bahamas

  • The Cayman ts'ands

  • Bermuda

  • Groat Britain

  • Australia

  • tier* Zealand

  • Lixrcmttourg

  • Canada

  • And Mero

Persona! Privacy through Foreign investing presorts a world of opportune fen the prtvacy-ccnscous Investor.

1993, StoxSU, 72pp. softcover.

PERSONAL PRIVACY

THROUGH FOREIGN INVESTING: $10.00

(ORDER NUMBER 10059)

WAR STORIES
Accounts ot Persons Victimized
by Invasions ot Privacy
by Robert Ei Us Smith with Erie Siege!

Robert Ells Smith, publsher of
Privacy Journal. has asscmb'oo
hundreds of verified eases cf privacy
invasion. and says, '...we feel that
the anecdotes reported here consti-
tute an impmsfro ease Via: infor-
mation technotog/ and government
Intrusions in the past 20 years have
adversely affected large numbers of
indvtouals. Although we deal with
thess issues daiy. we are slit sur-
prised by the array of problems
created for persons like you and me
problems n employment, in gel-
ling credit. In maintaining peace of
mind In one's heme. In protectingthe
sanctity cf one's cmyi bed/ and iden-

tity. We have have often been asked. V/naTs me worst that can happen? What do people heve to hide?* This collection of 'war stories* answers those questions.'

The incidents of privacy invasion are arranged by categories which Include the Allowing: • Adeptton • AIDS testing • Bank Records • Clearinghouses • Computer Hacking • Computer Matching • Consumer Reporting • Credit Bureaus • Credit Cards • Criminal Records • Direct Mail and Marketing • Drug Testing • Electronic Communications • Electronic Surveillance • Employment • Employment Testing • FBI Record-, • Government Rooerds • Government Su'veillarce • House- tod Privacy • Insurance • Libraries • Medical Records • Nudity • Photography • Physical Privacy • Polco Records • Polygraphs • Press ♦ Prisons • Rght to Ono’s Narro • Hight to Publclty • School Record; • Searches • Searches of Employees • Searches — Strip Searches • Sexuality ♦ Social Secure/ Numbers ♦ Tax Records ♦ Totoptoncs e Tenant Screening • Trash • Video Rentals.

Robert Ellis Smith’s War Stories is an excellent research Icci for anyone concerned with the erosion of our privacy.

1993. SHx 11. 137pp. soft cover.
WAR STORIES: $17.50

(ORDER NUMBER 10061)

TELLING UES

Clues to Deceit in the Marketplace,
Politics, and Marriage
by Pau! Ekman

The suxeas of business negotiations and personal relationships, as well as international dptomacy and espionage, often hinges on deter- minng what others may or may not be conceding, to this book. Paul Ekman, a renowned authority cn emotion, facial expression, and gesture. reveals bow to identfy deceil. By knowing wtet to look lor to others* faces, voices, bodes, and words, we cun detect leakages and de- cepton clues that todedte ties.

Chapters ¡ndüdo:

  • Lyng. Lenkf>g0. and Cues to Deceit • Why Ues Fail • Delecting Deceit from Wcrcfc. Votoe. or Body • Facial Clues to Deco« • Dangers and Precautions • The Ptfygraph as Ue Catcher • Ue Checking • Ue Catohing in the iSOOs • Lias to Pubic Uf« • and much more.

in eddticn. the author cíes the case of Lt. Col OlNer North and vice Admiral John Pondexter during tba IrarVCcnlra scandal congressonal hearings, to demonstrate his iudto'ous use of behavioral ckies to detect les.

Ths is the First book to explore the many dimensions of lying the markings of a suxessful liar, why so many of us become wiling víctima — end to offer straightforward ard cautious methods for uncovering deception.

1922. SSixati. 3SSpP' iHustrstcd. intfexerf. softcover.

TELLING LIES: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 58164)

The Eden Guide
Io
Complete
Financial
Privacy

THE EDEN GUIDE TO
COMPLETE FINANCIAL PRIVACY
by Barry Rdd

You Irve in a world al envy. You
must fight to keep your money from
being taxed, wed. or stolen. How
many times have you wardered how
you cca'd tegaty hkto your money
from those who would try to wrest it
from you? This book offers authod-
tath’o and up-to-dato information on
hdng year money from government
agents, tfsgrunUed relatives, liti-
gants. and professional thieves.

Ycu wil loam how- to: Reduce
your financial visibility • Keep year
bank account(s) away from prying
eyas • Set up secret foreign ac-
counts— It^eily • Bc.cofr.ij a private

Investor • Use fictMous business names to generate privacy •
Purchase real estate, stocks, gold, and ccJoctfctes anonymously •
Avoid swindles who prey on your desire for privacy • Write □ private
will • BUld socrct safes in your home • Borrow money ccnfrienlialty —
by ma? — wenout revcalng the purpose • Use cash, money orders,
and casNors checks to dto business discretely • Create a 'mainstream
ktonlity* that will deftoct ¡merest in your actual financial affairs • Explore
offshore options in banking, investments, residence, and even
citizenship • And much more.

Ycu will also team how to make use of the foHowIng information on subjects that will prove to be cqualy as important. Stxh as: • Ho* to use another name, yot avoid fraud • Four risks of handling large amounts c-f cash • Su ccnditfcns to consider before investing overseas • Ten ways that others can penetrate your privacy — and how to get ercund them • Thmo basics for maintaining financial privacy • And much more.

SMwn chapters and nwi?/ 2C0 pages epen exciting new ways lor ycu to enjoy maximum financial privacy. Order your copy today!

1939, S%jrt1, 122 pp. Indexed. soft cow.

THE EDEN GUIDE TO

COMPLETE FINANCIAL PRIVACY: $24.95
(ORDER NUMBER 58061)

HOW TO HIDE
ANYTHING

ucnxgwrranitiiiti

HOW TO HIDE ANYTHING

by Michael Connor

burglaries, break-ins and
armed robberies escalate. the
need for secret hiding places for
vatoebtos Is vital for ¡mycoa who
has something word) hding. With
the aid of ths book, you can
construct small or largo socrot
hiding places that wu protect your
valuables from unauthorized
hands, yot keep them accessible
for when ycu want them.

With links effort or expense,
yrxj can hide cash, armaments
and even iarrtly msmbers right in
your own home. How to Hide
Anything
tote ytu how 10
construct dozens of hking p'aces
In your house and yard. Here are
sma’I hiding places for conceding
money end jnwo’.-y and large

places lor securing survival supples of even persons. Over one
hundred drawings show how to turn cccinary items into extraertfnary
hiding places. Consktorng what you ccuto lose, the money for this book
may be Uto best you ever spendl

19S4, SHrSH, 170pp, Nustrated, soft cow.

HOWTO HIDE ANYTHING: $10.00

(ORDER NUMBER 10043)

IlMlCHAEL CONNOR)

THE BIG BOOK
OF SECRET HIDING PLACES
by Jack Luger

Thu biggest end best
book on conoMlmant of
physical objects ever
printed! This huge book
tolls how searchers find
hidden ccnlraband and
haw to Ixde you/ stuff SO ft
can’t bo found.

Topes covered
Include:

Hiding p’aces in the
home • I id ng places co
your person • tiding
paces ct automobiles •
The dfforent types of
searchers >vj may en-
counter. and the intensfty
of the searches they may
conduct • Toate and
technques used by
searchers. Including
mirrors, metal detectors,
vapor defectors, dogs,

and more • Two sure ways of foiing search (togs • The tools >ou will need lo build your own secret hdng places and where lo get them • Thngs to consider when chocsing hding places • How much work is involved? • A ler^llr/ chapter co ccnceanng weapons and tho best tactics for employing them • And much, much more!

What cfo you have to hide? A partial 1st might Include:

Prohbited items

Ur^iainabte-aner-ttte^ssh items

Homs ¡hoi must remain secret

horns d^t can be easSy hidden and eestiy stoton

Wo havo all got something to hide, or scmetelng that shexid bo h idden — that Is why The Big Book Of Secret Hiding Places is so vakiabto. Crdef your copy today.

19S7,S%r11, 12/pp,
more then 100HtestnHions, son cow.
THE BIG BOOK OF

SECRET HIDING PLACES: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 10048)

MODERN CAMOUFLAGE

by Duncan Long

Here is an Insider's look at both tried and tn» camot/bgo techniques as well bs new tacus that professional soldon; uso lo axxeal themeebos on today's modem battlGfwWs. Modem Camouflage abo discloses the secrets of hiding personnel and oqupmorft from obsorva- ton and hew to confuse and decehe an enemy as to tho oxistor.co. locaticn or nature of vehicles and buildings.

The bock aHo gives a straight, no-holds-barrcd assossment of infrared equipment capable of defeating many types of camouflage ard shOAS how Sifpple thrd-woeld todies Oin surmount tho throat paced by tho most expend eavesdropping equipment madam armies have, included is a tock al creating decoys, dummy omplacomorft .and fake vehicles which will draw enemy attention and fire away from hidden tnpndy sites.

in an ago wtxm fortresses are easily txeached by artllwy and ’smart* bombs and missiles, tlto techniques of avoiding (totecbcn through camouflage are essential and wil often deocto whether an army tacos quick and disastrous defeats or comes cut on top. Whether you’re in the satety of your hemo, simply interested te modem miliary tactics, or sitting in a foxheto concomod w?.h surviving on today’s high-tech battfefieto. Modern Camouflaged an cyo opcner tl^at belongs on your must read took 1st.

r99Z SU XS‘4, 79pp. iifuiUAtcd sort cow.

MODERN CAMOUFLAGE: $8.95

(ORDER NUMBER 10058)

KAHN ON CODES
Secrets of the New Cryptology
by David Kahn

KAHN ----- ON------- CD'S

SECRETS Of THt
NEWCRYPTOIOO’

In Kahn On Codas, Dovid Kahn, America's foremost authority on codes, ciphers, end spies, gives us a far- ranging look at tho new cryptology — from its standard use in warfare to its growing impact on industry. •CwtoW Ms gono pubic? Kahn writes. 'A field that was once the exclusive domain ot gcn-emmcnls has become a oorcem of businesses and individuals.'

In this absorbing and cdoctfe coltoclfon, Kahn, author cf Iha best soling Tho Codcbroakcrs and Hitter's Spies. expertly explores Uto cryptographer's world, loading us into

and through Ks dark labyrinths Wo I cam about the legendary Herbert O. Yardley's 'lost manuscript,' investigato tho origins of polyalphabetic

substitution. and foltow the adventures of Hans-Thilo Schmidt — whom

Kahn cafó the grealesl spy of World War a

Among the other fascinating sections in Kahn On Codes:

■ Cede breaking In World Ware I ft It Thrir major successes and failures, their causes and e.iocu

■ Lgcn Otuu Wtwgh VTI Etfown. or 'They Will Attack at Midway*

■ Cphere and computers

■ Tho Soviet Spy Ciphers used by Reino Hayhanen and Rudolf Abel

■ Public versus prr/ato cryptotogy

■ Codos to context

■ Opportunities in cryptology

Kahn On Codes also rictodos a list of cryptotogfc term«. The Che Guevara Cipher. Tho Politics of Cryptology, and much, much mere.

1933. 6 x9H, 352pp. /frustrated. indexed. hardcover.

KAHN ON CODES: $12.95

(ORDER NUMBER 10050)

CODE MAKING AND CODE BREAKING

by Jack Luger

Jack Leger

COM MAKINS
MO

COM BREAK/NS

Enter the fascinating world of code making and code breaking!

We live In the information ago. Infornnatton ia bought, sold, and stolen, Just ike any erfwr goods. Spies sell mlMary secrets. Businesses are victims of corporate espionage Smut-seeklng tabloids pay huge sums fee tho intimate details cf celebrities’ Ilves.

Businesses and private individuals are fighting back with tho same weapon used by governments the wcrid over: codas

Code Making And Code Breaking is a practical, illustrated glide to buldrig and busting codes. Learn how to construe codes from

the simple to the complex. Loam about computers and other devices uwrf In Cbito making and coda breaking. Learn why the inost unbreakab’e coda Isn't always iho best code.

Chapters inctodb:

  • History • Secret Writing: The Bastos • Substitution Ciphers • Elcctro-Mechancal Ciphers • Transposition Ciphers • Codos • Codo-Broaking • Quasi-Cryplo- systeme • Communication Security • And mare!

Code Making and Coda Breaking Is must reading for those who want to keep the’r seorela sate

1990. 5HX&H, tZ5pp, Mustrsted, indexed, soft cover
CODE MAKING AND CODE BREAKING: $10.95

(ORDER NUMBER 10052)

CREDIT SECRETS
How to Eraso Bad Credit
by Bob Hammond

Solve your financial and credit problems once and for alll Credit Secrets la a dynamic, easy-to- foltow program that provxfos specific, jargon-free Insaucttons on how to eliminate your debts and remove negative items from your credit fitos regardfoss of your past or present financial situation.

TNs book will save you thousands cf dollars in foes, finance chargas and interest payments as ycu loam tho latest techniques in creative firvm^ing — proven methods of bccorring debt-froo and establishing good credit. Discover tiio inside into used by lawyer» and crecit consutants. including:

  • how to become debt-free without barrawrig ar bankruptcy

  • dynamic st ratogios for negotiating with crcdtors

  • secrets cf file segregation — the ont/ compteteiy tega! method for erasing bed credit overnight. Don't miss out on ths amazing Opportunity to got yourself on sold financial ground.

1990. 5% x8H, SOpp, softcover.

CREDIT SECRETS: $12.00
(ORDER NUMBER 61121)

HOW TO BEAT
THE CREDIT BUREAUS
The Insider's Guide to Consumer Credit
by Bob Hammond

HOW TO BEAT the CREDIT BUREAUS

The Insider's
Guide to
Consumer
Credit

BUB IIAMH0ND

■Y.

It yrxj'rn like most adjX American consumers, you have at toast ono inaccurate, misleading or obsdeto piece d Into to your crcdt files. Sixh Items can cause ycu to be tomext down 1c< credt cards, loans or even employment In this sequel Io Hnn-mcoo's bestseller, Crcdt Secrets. yxxHl discover how the bureaus secretly gather Information about your private hfo and financial standing and then profit from retaining as much nognv/o data aa possibte, who may request a ccpy of ycur credit report and for what specific reasons, what your rights arc under the Fair Credit Reporting Act — oxpiainad in plain

language — and cases where the bureaus havo violated it. and finally, how you can taka legal action on grounds o( defamation, rivaslcn ot pnvacy cr neÿocl.

By revoaLng I bo inside riformatton used by attorneys and professional fcnancial oonsUtanto. this book wfl ôa*.e ^ou thousands of dottare and help you resterò your pood cretfi cnoe and for al.

1990. 5ÜX8H. 135pp. softcover.

HOW TO BEAT

THE CREDIT BUREAUS: $12.00
(ORDER NUMBER 61122)

CAMOUFLAGE

THE CODE BOOK

U.S. Army Field Manual FM 5-20

This Army manual cri camouftago r. a
handy addition to oar line of bocks on rid-
ing Clings. It provides a comprehensive
reference and guxto to all aspects of cam-
cufbgo.it describes in detail the principles
and how-to involved In concealing or dis-
saving troops, weapons. vehicles and fieki
installations. The last chapter dscusses
planning and techniques for decoy opera-
tbns.

Every ange is covered in profusely
illustrated detafr from the use of mud srri
natural material In camouflaging individual

persons to the technical aspects of detecting enemy camoufiago with infrared Um — from sandbags and screening nets to stereo photography — from how positions can be delected to the disguise and concealment of large scale permanent installations — it's al here in ths bock. Whether yxrj are ted ng an entrance to a concealed storage area or cars and machinery, whether you are hieing from a fleck of dicks or enemy search p'anos. you wii find ths to be fascinating and Informative roading.

1999, 9H x 11, 104 pp, titustrsted, soft cover.

CAMOUFLAGE: $10.00
(ORDER NUMBER 10041)

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3rd Uiticri

THE SECRET SCIENCE OF COVERT INKS

by Samuel Rubin

Now. for tho very first time, a boak
devoted exclusively Io covert yrto/THs
is a reference vofurrto for those
dcr.ir.ng ready access to Information
about the covert inks used by
criminals. Inten-gence agencies, and
others. Except for the limited
Instruct on In spy centers, there la no
course in covert inks av arable to law
enforcement officers, private
investigators, and crypt ©legists. This
bock is offered as tho basis for such a
ccurse ci instruction. It Is a how to self-
study tock fee pclico and security
officers, federal agencies, stalo police,
ccunty shenffs. prison wardens, and
ochers — for anyone who wishes to
improve thw knowledge -of secret Wts.

Some of the contents; include: * Invisible inks * Vanishing inks ♦ Disappearing and appearing inks ♦ Ultraviolet inks * Poison inks 4 Secret Inks used by gamblers to mark cards * Incendiary and pyrotechnic inks ♦ A sscticcn on covert pens ♦ Covert mail opening techniques i And much, much more! Altogether more than 130 formulas and recipes for making )our own secret Inks are given!

If you want to team aB about hOA' to make and use secret Inks. The Secret Science Of Covert tokste the book you have been wakng tori

19S7, 5HX.8H' 120 pp. fffustratod. softcover

THE SECRET SCIENCE OF COVERT INKS: $12.95
(ORDER NUMBER 55056)

The Code Book

All About Unbreakable Codes and How to Use Them

by Michael E. Marotta

Compteldy revised and up-
dated. and exqandod to indude
the btest deveropments n cryp-
tology, The Code Book is the
only book wmten for the layman
to reveal ittto-known methods of
wnbng unbraakAbte code?,
Now you can keep whnt-rjvor
secrete you want — from any-
one?

Ftnandst records for under-
gmund businesses

Erections to buri&d or hidden
vafuab^es

Secret formulas or recipes

Times and places for clan-
destine meetings

Membership lists of covert
organizations

• Of whatever .Information you want to keep from the prying eyes offtig
Brother

Ccmp’ote instructions for writing codas by hand, using pocket ce'cu-
lators, or rrkrccomputcrs arc explained in easily understandable lan-
guage. Ab knowledge of mathematics or cryptology is needed to under-
stand the easy-to-fctiow etimetions In The Code Book!
Here ate a few
of the topics covered in this amazing book: • A brief history of codes
and ciphers • Mow codes and ephors am broken • How to write an
unbreakable cocfe
• Ovw pads — how to make them and bow to
use them • Usfng your pocket calculator to write unbroatebk) codes •
Tps on disguising your coded mossegos so they rosembie everyday
Hems • And much more.

Obscure secrets known only to tnfsmational espionage agents and
pfOfaSSlOhSl cVy&tegrSphers — now rovtmiod for YOU te usef!!
Every-
thng you rood to know in order io write unbreakabte codes ard ha\*e
ccmpiote privacy of foformaton is reveated in this astonishing book.

1997, SHX9H, 120pp, ktustnted, softcover.

THE CODE BOOK: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 10046)

HOW TO BURY YOUR GOODS
The Complete Manual
of Long-Term Underground Storage
by Eddie the Wire

Ths Is a handocro bcok for hardcore
indK-idualsts who don't trust banks, or
anybody cilxi. for that matter.

It tells you In step-by-step (fetall how
to bury any valuables or contraband >vu
might wish to stcce and conceal, and
how to dsfeat se^archors who might try to
find year caches.

Contents incudo: • What du you
have to Ndo? ♦ When Io bury it so you
won’t to seen • Where Io bury i so H
cant be found • How to bury it without
leaving teltalo traces • How to peck
burial containers — and where to got
them • How to beat metal detectors •
How to outfox search teams • How to

retrieve your burial containers • Protecting against moisture • Burial containers: Built and bought • Above-ground caches • Information security • And more, inducing source Is’.ngs for Cosmoline and other hard-to-find items.

How To Bury Your Goods r. the singe hnos>t book ever wntten cn methods of long-term underground sUxage. Bury it now and (tig it deep!

1997, SH x 9H, 72pp. tiiurtnted, soft cover.

HOW TO BURY YOUR GOODS: $6.95
(ORDER NUMBER 10019)

triCH T€
BURY

YOUBCOODS

THE POOR MAN'S FORT KNOX

Home Security with Inexpensive Safes

by Duncan Long

With government restrictions on what we can and can't own. with searches at supposedly private safety cieposZ boxes becoming routine, mono and more people are taking control cr.'er guardng their vababtes. For tococ who arc -wary o* putting money and CO or vababtes in Ite hands of unreliable inslilutons. hemo safes offer a sane alternative. But what kind of features do you need, and how can you get them tor the least amount of maney?

The Poor Man 'a Fort Knox provides a dciaiod analyss erf the wide range of hemo safes avaZabte — Jo average citizens — everything from pistol strongboxes to walk-in vaults. Using ¡lustrations, photographs ate a tot Of hamfe-cn experience. Duncan Long reveals:

♦ tte secret to finding top-of-tho-tino safes at bargain- basement prices ♦ dirt-cheap alternatr.'os to safes ♦ the best custom safes Cfosgnte specifically for firearms ♦ tho most secure fireproof locaton in any frame ♦ tricks for getting btxglars to ¡grxire your safe ♦ and much more!

The Poor Man's Fort Knox will show you how to safeguard your valuables without rod tape, scrutiny, cc intertomneo. With your heme safe, ytu will enjoy tho peace of mnd erf hnvxxj central over those things you value most.

1991, SH xSH, 41 pp, iiiustftted, softcover.

THE POOR MAN'S FORT KNOX: $10.00

(ORDER NUMBER 1CO57)

HOW TO USE MAIL DROPS
FOR PRIVACY AND PROFIT
by Jack Luger

There are many reasons you might want to us* a mail drop: • Nomads with ro fixod address • rt your mail has been stolen from your roskfontial mailbox • To keep credim and ctxrespondonta at aim’s length • To avoid dcalng with iho Pest Office • To obtain a ’prestige* address • To epen a ’tcanch office* n another city ♦ Id keep year actual whereabouts secret • To obtain alternate LD. • And many more tho uses you can make of a mall drep are llrritod only by year imagination.

How To Use MaM Drops For Privacy And Profit Is tte erty txrck that delves deeply into mai drops — what they arc, bow to find teem, and how to use them, for privacy ate profit. Rod ouL

♦ How to chlain secrecy by using a Peet Office box ♦ Twelve things a mail drop can do for you that a Post Office box cam ♦ How to use mail drops to obta'n financial privacy ♦ Private safe deposit boxes — better than banks ♦ Etoctronic mail and message drops — going high loch for privacy and profit ♦ Sexual uses of mai drops — youll bo surprised ♦ How poice soT^lIrr^s use mail drops tor 'Sting* and inleHgenoei operations — what to watch cut for ♦ Tho qukkost and cheapest wny to obtan a take address ♦ How to doloonno tho roliatxlity of a mail drop ♦ How ycu can bo traced through tte mail — and tew to avc4d being traced ♦ Haw to use mail drops to ¿¿appear — for as tong as ycu wart — oven penrenontly ♦ How to avoid leaving a paper trail ♦ Seven techniques investigators will use to penetrate mat drops — what you need to know ♦ How to tell if ¡tomnccM you are corro&pondirg with to using a ma I drop — five surefire ways ♦ And much, much mere. Including a section on how to start and run your own mail drop.

A book Ike How To Use Maif Drops For Privacy And Profit has been needed for years. Now Jack Luger takes ycu behind too scenes and tela you everything there Is to know about them: what they can do for ycu. how to select a good one. pitfalls to avoid, and even how to start and run your very own mail drop. Anyone concerned with our eroding right to privacy will benefit from this exciting book!

19M, SHxSH, 112 PP, iffusfrsted, soft co ver.

HOW TO USE MAIL DROPS

FOR PRIVACY AND PROFIT: $12.50
(ORDER NUMBER 61092)

The Privacy

Poachers

Tony
Lesee

Ha« The Gorernmwi and Big Corporalions
Gather, Use and Seii Infoemation Afoul You

THE PRIVACY POACHERS
How Th© Government and Big Corporations
Gather, Uso and Soil Information About You
by Tony Losco

Tho amount of ^fccmaticn about you kep! cn computers ia staggering: bank statements, credit card reports, madcal records, school transcripts. job applications, driving hstory. videotape rentals, tax returns, legal records... Ura list goes on and cn. Ate wherever there's irVomnatton. the Privacy Pcudiero are trying to got their hates on it.

Tho Privacy Poachers explains exac#/ who is collecting information about you ate what they're doing with II. Government ate private sneeps can combine data from your financial transactions with information from survoilance. telephone taps, mail monitoring, ate other privacy invasions to create a detailed doastor of your Ite. Thto tofocmaticn is then packaged and seta, over and over agan. without your ktew'edge or permission.

Tho Privacy Poachers can have a devastatng impact on your life. Many Now Englanders found out the herd way when a national credt bureau fatooly tagged them as deadbeats. An Arizona man found out when a potiso computer responded to hs name with the warning. 'High Risk: AIDS.* Despite pr.va.7y laws, false or damaging Information can bo broadcast around tho globe In the blink of an eye. Chapters include: • Tte Birth of Bg Brwtef • Wte Waals to Ktew About You — ¿hti Why • How Big Brother Collects Informatton • Does the Law Protect You? • Who's Opening Your Mail? • IRS Cross-Matching Programs • Universal Registration • Eye In tho Sky • Surveillance of Businesses • Modem ElccCronh Surveillance • Protecting Yourself • Ate mere.

In The Privacy Poachers, Tony Losco explains bow you can take central over most of tho Information oolooted cn you. After you road this book, you wil know what your legal rights aro and hew to keep porocnal informatian away from the Privacy Poachers.

199Z 5Hx3H, ISSpp, ¡Hustrsted, indexed, softcover.

THE PRIVACY POACHERS: $16.95

(ORDER NUMBER 56080)

FAKE I.D.

The Famous Loompanics "Fake I.D." Section!

The Most Comprehensive Collection of Fake I.D. Books Ever Offered For Sale!

INTRODUCTION

If you wonder why
wo have a whole
Section devoted to
Fako ID, toko a good
look at the picture on
the right, and think
about it realty hard.
Many times through-
out history, having the
right •papers* has
meant the difference
between slavery and
freedom, if not life and
death.

The government
always lies when they
offer excuses for why
they want to tattoo
numbers on all of us
— they say they want
to do it to ’prevent
crime," or to stop
•illegal aliens/ or *so
you can co’loct tbo

proper amount of Social Security/ or some other bullshit. The real reason, of course, is that they want to have as much control over each and every one of us as they can get. ID cards. ID numbers, *identi1icat»on papers/ and other garbage heaped upon you by the government telling you who you are — these are the ^/trappings of totalitarianism.

At Loompanics, we believe each citizen owes it to himself to find out as much about ID cards as he can. as a matter of self-defense. This Special Fake ID Section will remove the mystery from ID cards and reveal the government's paper reality for what it really is: ONL Y PAPER...

In this amazing Section, you will find out all you ever wanted to know about Fake ID. A couple of extra sets of ID in •sate* names should be in everyone’s survival kit (look at that picture again!). From all tho best ways to got ID in what-ovor names you want right from the government itself, to how to make your own ID, to books on makeup and plastic surgery — Loompanics Unlimited is very proud to offer our customers the most comprehensive selection of books on Fake ID and related subjects over assembled.

We strongly urge you to buy these books NOV/. They could easily ’disappear- from the market...

Are your papers In order, sir?

METHODS OF 0

John Sample

METHODS OF DISGUISE

Second Edition — Revised and Expanded

by John Sample

V/hethcr you*rc an
actor, an undercover
cop. a garr.bkjr, an
armod robber, a fiugbvo.
a ©on man. a practical
joker, or a host tor a
costume party. Methods
Of Disguise
will show
you easy ways to:

♦ Change your racial
characteristics

♦ Ater the toefcs of >our
eyes and mouth

♦ Change the shape of
y curbed/

♦ Disguise your voice
♦ AJtor year apparent
heigh! and weight

♦ ’Ago’ yourself by
adding years Io your
appearance

♦ Control and charge
habits and manner-
isms

♦ Choose and apply makeup

♦ Undergo plastic surgery

♦ Use wigs, mustaches and beards

♦ Change sex <x cross-dress

♦ Create talse fingerprints

♦ Bulk! a handy pocket dsgulse kit tor instant changes
♦ And much morel

Naw nvaiablo in a rovisod end expanded $ooond John

Sample’s Methods Of Disguise ts an casy-to fotow gjkto which
includes over 130 detailed ilbslrabons as well as sources for makeup,
uniforms, shoe tits. Lodges and I.D. cards, contact lenses, prosthoscs.
skin tanning preparations, take tattoos, transvestite supplies, voice
changing devices, wigs and hairpeocos. and mixh more.

Tho single most corrprohonsjvo tow-to-dolt manual on the art of
disguise ever prepared. Methods Of Disguise chapters on:

♦ How Pocpto Idorzfy Olhor People

♦ How Much is Enough?

♦ A Basic Phiosophy of Disguise

♦ Natural Disguises

♦ Mnoc Aids in Disguise

♦ Wigs. Mustaches. and Otter Facial Fuzz

♦ Criminal Disguises

♦ Make-up

♦ Casting Prostheses
♦ A Pocket Disguise Ki
♦ Disguising the Vc«co
♦ Mannerisms, Hab’rts. and Gait
♦ Blending in witt the Crowd
♦ Camoufiage

♦ Plastic Surgery

♦ Body Imago

♦ Foroskn Restoration

♦ Going All Tho Way

♦ Futuristic Pros poets

♦ Cross-Dressing and Sex Change

♦ Fabifying Fingerprints

♦ Impersonation

♦ Sources of Needed Suppies
♦ And More!

With Methods Of Disguise, you can team how to change yourseli
so completely even oW friends won’t recognize you!

SH x Ml, iHusfrxted, soft cover.

METHODS OF DISGUISE: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 61139)

Second Edition

THE HEAVY DUTY NEW IDENTITY

by John Q. Newman

THE

NEV/ IDENTITY

.’etin O Ntwman

Wouldn't it be great to wake up ono
morning as somebody else: a drtnrnnt
name, a new ife. al your troubles and
debts toft behind? But be careful what
you dream — it just might come true.

Actuary vying to ive under a now
identity would be most people’s worst
nightmare. Ask the people who have
triad n — John Q. Newman has. In The
Heavy Duty Now identity,
Newman
reveals how dlfficuX it roaly Is ivfng
under an assumed identity.

Chapters Include: • Heavy Duty:
V/ho r* *ed> the Heavy Duty New
Identity, and why • They Want Your

Ass: The NCIC computer and America's Most Wanted • Who Am Ycu?:
What makes 'you' you — end how to change it • The TranttonaJ
Identity: How to be 'co tho lam' w?hout appearing to to • Tbo
Transitional Idcntey: ’Hardening' your new dentty • Making the Break:
Gelling away soot free — and what not to do • Living In the Transionai
Identity: Gating ready for tho Heavy Duty New Identity • Tho
Permanent Now kientily: Designed to withstand any amount of scrutiny
• The Problem of Mental Stress: Other ID books (to not cover this •
Bondng With Your Now Identity: Making sure all the bases am covered
• Bondng With Your Now Identity. Traps to avoid • LNtog the Uto: Tho
long haul • And mom.

The Heavy Duty New identity Uvxaz what it is like iMng a to. John
Q. Newman provides a program for building a row Identify that will net
tall Tho orty thing toa? can break down is you.

When there is no other choice — when tho stakes are high — when
your l^e ctopends on c — got The Heavy Duty Now identity I

1S91,5\i x 8H, 69 pp, »oft cover.

THE HEAVY DUTY NEW IDENTITY: $10.95
(ORDER NUMBER 61116)

REBORN
OVERSEAS

REBORN OVERSEAS
Identity Building In Europe,
Australia, and Now Zealand
by Trent Sands

Ph? wa7s bebvaen nations are
crumbling, openng rare opportunities for
those who need a new ktoncty. Reborn
Overseas,
the latest in Trent Sands’
popular Reborn series, shows how to
build a foolproof identity in Europe,
Australia and New Zealand.

The formation of tho European
Common Market has created a paper-
tripping paradise. With an Identity in any
one ration, you can live, work and travel
in al twelve. Reborn Overseas shows
hew to penetrate Vvat system wxhcul
leaving toe United Stales.

Chapters include: • Th* European
Opportunity • Laying the Groundwork •

Firing out the IO. • Completing tho Basic Identity • Employment.
Education. and Crodt ♦ Tho British European • The Auslralan
Opportunity • Austfaian Birth Cartifcalos t Suppoting I.D. h AwWia
• The Australian Drivers Lkorate • Tbo Australian Passped •
EmptoymenL Banking and Crodt • Identification in New Zealand • And
morel

Reborn Oversow shows how to gc< al the documents needed for a
complete paper Identity. It also shows how to take educator,
employment and credit roforoncos so you can Wend right into your now
home. Join th© now brood oi global identity changers — got Robom
Oivrsoas.

1991, 5H X8H. 114 pp, H\ntnted, soft cover.

REBORN OVERSEAS: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 61127)I

FALSE IDENTIFICATION

The Problem and Technological Options

A deUied report on too uso of fake identification and the techniques the government and varous worldwide security firms use to discourage fraudulent use of IDs. Falsa identification show? you the ingenuity and fruavafons security pomcnnol and legal ID manufactirers face when criminals lake up the task of counterfeiting IDs.

From the bask: pinstc-inminatad photo IDs to the most complex laser-prcducad Image of the human retina. every mode of personal kJentificetion Is subject to falsification. As banks and high-security Institutions protect themselves from prying fingers and spying eyes, crooks am ioamng how to duplicate magnetically coded PVC IDs. passports, high-tech currency, fingerprints, voiceprints and various sophisticated pho to-ID systems.

Find cut how tbo security pros are staying one step ahead of too crime wave. How far can security techniqjes go? Here you will find some techniques that oven James Bond cant yet bypass Techniques □fitting rackxtoth'o isetopos. hobgrams. fiber opto a rd nuomscont cloth fibers are stepping out of the future into our lives.

1933, 5H X 8H. 40 pp, soft cover.

FALSE IDENTIFICATION: $12.00

(ORDER NUMBER 61095)

REBORN IN CANADA
Personal Privacy Through a New Identity
Expanded Second Edition
by Trent Sands

Ei pinded Saxxid EACCfl
REBORN IN
CANADA

Pcrwnal Privacy — through — A New Ideniiiy

Trent Sands

Canada offers many opportune*«
for the new ktontity seeker. Tho
Canadian liiestyto <s very simfar to
that of the United States, and
Canada woUd bo too oaslost foreign
country for an American to adapt to.

R&bom In Canada, Expanded
Second Edtdon,
to the single bos!
book over written on getting now I.D.
h America’s ctoscst neighbor — ard
contains more than 50% new
material Ilian tTwa bestsaling first
edition. It is a ccmptete Qukfe to
buidhg a now ¡dentt/ in Canada
from Iha ground up.

It is possible to create a new
identity in Canada, but Iha Canadian

identification system, while similar to the U.S. system, differs in Important ways. Onco you understand toe Cansdan system. It Is easy to penetrate, arvd tho classic methods of identity changing work very well.

Tepes ccrvnrnd r depth include:

  • Identifies Son In Canada

  • Canadian Birth Cort heater.

  • Secondary Idantjhcabcn

  • Drivers Licenses

  • Provencal ID. Cards

  • Socal Insurance Cards

♦ Canadian Passports

♦ Emptejmenl. Banking and Credit

♦ Tho Total Canarian

  • CSIS. Canada’s Secret Poke

  • Tho Cara dian Privacy Act

  • And much morel

Reborn in Canada, Expanded Second Edison, is tho complete guide to buikfing a ne*w Canadian identity from too ground up. It ovon includes an hgenicus chapter on how to got a new Canadan identity in your orginal American rarro — with no connection to your Amencan past! Reborn In Canada, Expanded Second Ed&on, s tho total book on Canadian I D.—and how to get t.

1991, SU x 8H, 86pp, sort cover.

REBORN IN CANADA

(Expanded Second Edition): $1200
(ORDER NUMBER 61114)

UNDERSTANDING
U.S. IDENTITY DOCUMENTS
by John Q. Newman

Locmpanica Unlimited <s
very proud to p'esont the
largest and most in-de^th
stud/ of the United States
ktentiffealicn system over
prepared — tolm Q. New-
man’s Understanding U.S.
identity Documents.
Must
randng for al now identey
sectors. and anyone efee
interested in iduntficafon.
false ¡tonification and alter-
nate LDJ

You know who you are.
Your Inends and (amity know
who you are. But thousands o<
people you deal with in
government end business
know you only from a docu-
ment. It you alter your docu-

ment, you can evade taxes. regulation and supervision. You can a’so
reap a wkto spectrum ot benefits and prr.ilcges that are bestowed on
those people the system Ikes.

Understanding U.S. identify Documents provides a detafod examination of the most important doaiments for establishing identity: brth cortfiCAteS. Social Security cards, dnvers lccnr.es and passports. It shows how each document is generated and used, and explains Ite strengths and weaknesses of the agendas issuing them. For each document, you wil learn:

  • Hew numbers are generated and wtel they mean: b'rth certlhcata numbers, drrrnrs Icorsv numbers. Social Security numbers. passport numbers

  • How government computer systems are set up: what ntormahon your lies contain, how bureaucrate use Che fifes, how no Information is updated, and who Nas access to it

  • How to control your interaction with tte government in □ way that keeps your computer Clos clean

  • Which documents each government agency wil accep< as proof Of identity when issuing I.D. — there are some aTemav/es to standard I.D. documents, and ttocrc arc seme bureaucrats wto are more le- nfent than ethers

  • What mistakes you must avoid when dealing with government agencies to keep from' exposing a fatee identity.

Some of the information will surprise you. For exampfe:

  • Did >vu know that your driving record — which, in most states, is available to anyone — contains a detailed medical history?

  • Did you know there is an easy and legal way around the requrement tar a Social Security number as proof of your eligibility to work n the U.S.?

  • Do you know tte cos document almost alt bureaucrats will accept in place of a birth certificate?

Understanding U.S. identity Documents contahs the must detailed examinabon of bask: identry documents over made available IO the pubic. Each of the tour scctons contains mure information than most entire bocks cn tho subject AJI die information and material on each typo of decurrent has been reviewed. and Ite best information gicrjiod for the tock. Finsly. al the knowledge preseired tore has bear, updated to consider state-cZ-the-art government programs for establishing dentibzatien and elminating fraud.

in shed, there is no more thorough, up-to-date reference on U.S. dentey documents and Ite U.S. identity system avalabfe anywhere Jcta Q. Newman's Understanding U.S. identity Documents is an essential reference for anyone ccnccmed with Iteir official Wentffy and how it te maintained and manipulated.

1991, targe x 11, 212 pp, iiiustratcd, softcover.

UNDERSTANDING

U.S. IDENTITY DOCUMENTS: $25.00
(ORDER NUMBER 61129)

» rar tai W o <•

REBORN IN THE U.S.A.

Personal Privacy Through A New Identity
Expanded Second Edition
by Trent Sands

Reborn in The U.S.A, is Ite single best
book on new identities. ewi lai ring the most
current and up-lo-date information. Now
the expanded Second Edition U Reborn in
The U.S.A,
contains nww ¿is much
materials
the best-seiing first editioni

Ar. Amoricanr.. wo va’ua our right ot
privacy vary hghly. The average persen is
concerned about ti c details of his personal
Ifo being made public. Information about
his income, amount of savings, birthplace,
marital status, and other personal data and
much more is stored In many different
computers ttet are accessible by many
people. Most worrisome Is that in tte age

of the computer ell of thia data can be qUckly assemblnd nto ono t-'o
on any person.

Ths bock wn show the renrte- how to regain Ns privacy through
conlroltng what Is stored in those vanous corroutarr.. Tho rn.-vder will
ertoy all fte benefits of scckrty. but with coa Important ruttoronco: he
wll do it on hts own forms. Ho wil keep his true identity private, and tte
computers wil cocila n only tte information he wante to provide.

Topics covered in depth ttotode:

  • Tte U.S. kfentiffcaticn System • Tte Birth Cortncaio • Dflrers u-
    censos • Passports • B.mk Accounts • Credit Cards • Emptoymont •
    Child Support Laws ♦ Driving Records Databases • Vital Records
    Cross- Rofcrcncing • And much, much more •

Reborn tn The U.S.A., Expanded Second Edition is tte best and
most complete gukfe to bukling a new itentrty now available.

1991, 5HxSH, 126PP, softcover.

REBORN INTHEU.SA.

(Expanded Second Edition): $14.95
(ORDER NUMBER 51115)

THE GUIDE TO LEGALLY OBTAINING
A FOREIGN PASSPORT

The Easy Way to Get Additional Citizenship

by D. O'Nes

Thousands al pocple have multiple
citizcnztiips and tekl legally obtained
passports of their ’otter countries.' People
with these va’uab'e multiple citizenships and
passports hav-e not en’y enriched the? lives,
but enyoysd incraascd fracdom — Including
tax ad/antagos — grantor pcrscnnl sccunty,
and a host of other benefits.

This book reveals the ittfe-known
loopbotes that permit »’most anyone to
legally acquire foreign cillzenGhp. tte key to
obtaining passports in oounttes other man

one’s own. The Butter's easy-to-lclicw method wri guide you step by- step through tte procese, and contains ccmptólo Instrucions on how to Obtain passport* ,r(xn fourteen countries Contetó ineluda: • Finding inve&mfinta Atroto • How to Organize an investment Plan • Passport by >Zefl Order • Marnogo fee Passport ♦ Passport as a Retirement Reward • Diplomatic Passport • Dual Citizenships — Advantages and Disadvantage • Ar,:1 much, much more.

Recomo a World Cúren! The Guide To Legally Obtaining A Foreign Passport wJI bo of value to anyone interested in passports and otter I D., as wxHI as those interested in tong business in foreign countries

1999, 6x9, 204pp, soft cover.

THE GUIDE TO LEGALLY OBTAINING

A FOREIGN PASSPORT: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 61130)

SECRETS OF INTERNATIONAL IDENTITY CHANGE

New I.D. in Canada, England, Australia, and New Zealand by Tony Newborn

Written especiaiy for use in
Britain and the Common wealth
nations. Secrets of international
identity Change
8how& haw 1.7
obtain the leosl and veld docurrtonts
ycu need to support an id change.
No counterfeit IO is included bare —
cnl/ ways to get ID through
legitimate channels: nght frem tie
government Itself! Credit cards, birth
certificates and drivers licenses are
yours lor the asking, as woi as a
British passport nod medical card —
two ct th© most important documents
in th© world today.

Examples of applcaton forms (passport, motor-vehicle registration,
unemployment ttennto. drivers icense. mail-redirection) and
documents (birth and death certificates. unemployment benefit info) are
included Ko take ID library is ccmptole wthcut Secrets of
international identity Change.

1285. SJA x 11, 120 pp, Piustratcd, sort cover.

SECRETS OF INTERNATIONAL IDENTITY CHANGE: $17.35
(ORDER NUMBER 61071)

STATUS FOR SALE
The Complete Guide to Instant Prestige
by Wayne Yeager

'ifyou don ctaftto cut bud at
.toast mo or three tones per page
white reading this book, you'd
barter have your chucMer
checked It has tong been evident
that Americans have a tin ear for
tatecyf but a morbid fasanatten
with cetebfky and success if
therefore fuitews that those who
JUeratfy purchase status are, attar
aS, orty satisfying a national
appetSe for if 7bis book batengs
on every library she#.. '

— Steve Alien

Do you know bow to' 4- Buy
phony credentials o Buy a mlltory
commission •> Beirne an
ordained minister llvough the mall
O Buy □ real coat-of-arms <r
Legal'/ change your r arre O
Acquire prizery colcge degrees <•

Obtain almost any ©ward Imaginable ❖ Bccoma a Knight. Baron. Viscount or DUke ❖ Get backstage passes to any event O Obtain honorary doctorates ❖ Get great references ❖ Win awards and beauty contests * And much mwl This book will show you hew.

•Status For Sate is a handy, Rrsf-dass ruin-bock for anybody and everybody wanting to ptey te the p&tteum playground of the winner's drde. This book is a fun reference manual that covers everything from bow to acquire an Etogtisb /Oxghthoocr to 'getting a tinner date with a Hokywood star. ’ it's fun and serious and packed cover to cover with vaAtabie information "

— Robin Leach

1992. 5# X 8A. 126 pp. tort cover.

STATUS FOR SALE: $8.95
(ORDER NUMBER 61135)

STATUS

FOR SALE

FRAUDULENT CREDENTIALS

This reprint of a 1965 report front the US Hcuse of Representatives covers phony diplomas. degrees, and academic credentials, Ft conta'ns Information co the FBI’s 'Oporalicn Dipscam’ which in the past few years has shut down dozers of dpbma mite ¡n the US.

The report cont.ilnr. reproductions of nff/ortscn-ients from diploma mil's, and photos of phony degrees purchased through trie mail. I: goes into ccnaderabto detoi on how daclcrs and other professionals use these fraudulent credentials. with rrany fascinating case histories.

•The FBI has found that an individual

could obtain crocfontials from a wide sctoction of institutions by the
meeting of one single requrement — the payment of a fee ranging ,r<m
$25 for a meritorious oUtton to $28,030 for a mcdcal degree complete
with transcripts a.->d letters of rccorrmcndatbn... The FBI found that
fraudulent diplomas ma-y be issued in the name of the diplcma mil iteol
or tncy may to falsified duplicates of dptomas issued by legitimate
colcges and unnerves. During raids dosing one dploma mil. FBI
personnel have confiscated thousands of falsified diplomas Ktenocal to
trioso conferred to graduates of such reputable insfitultons as Harvard.
Yaks. Emory. Uto University of A’abama as well as those of non-existert
’sound-alike
schools.’

Fascmstin-j reading for anyone Interested in the ’proWom’ of
Fraudulent Credenttaisf

teas. 6x9. ejpp, Must'afed. softcover.
FRAUDULENT CREDENTIALS: $8.95

(ORDER NUMBER 61088)

NEW I.D. IN AMERICA

How to Create a Foolproof New Identity

by Anonymous

Did you ever wish you had just (Xte
more chance at lite — :ne proverbial
’Coan stale?* Do you want to shake free
frem those alimony payments or your
tousy credit record? Cr would you like to
have a couple cf extra sets cf ’alternate’
I.D. just in case Big Brother gets a little
Ido frisky?

W«i New f.D. in Amerfca, can
gel lost permanent-

This excellent tock is a step-by-step
gude to precis#/ sealing a totally now
rfcnlrty — to having □ tona fide birth
certificate, drivers license, passport.
Stoat Security number, credit cards —
all you need to make a ctoan break with

ycur past and got ynursctf New LD. tn America.

The autbar. a pnvalo nvc^tgator who has spent a lifetime both local ng missing parsons and helping clients ’get lost’ permanently, reveals his socrols to you. Learn haw to became □ totally new parson. prc»ncl exactly th© Imago yau want to and then pcovo you are wfto you say yea arc. Chapters neb de: • Inlroduetbn • Ycu Are Who You Say You Ara ♦ Sctthg Ue Cornar&tone • Drivers Licenses • Ancillary rtocumcnteli&n ♦ SqqsI Security Gatite • Mal Dw? and Answering Sanxos • False Business EnU'es • Banking • Credit Cards • l.osir^ a Past Identity • Cordui-on.

You can project the reputation cf being a successful, infiucntal business person with 8 presb'gous address a rd corporate backing. Or do yea desire a shetered business savings account ltv»t Is virtually’ untraceaUe? Ycu can create eiher at will — for personal or business reasons. And you can do all this without fear of ever being caught, with these careful instructions. Here’s your chance for a new identity! Grab it! 1962, SHx8Ht 120pp. iSustrtttd, xortcovor.

NEW I.D. IN AMERICA: $15.00
(ORDER NUMBER 61048)

HOW TO

DISAPPEAR
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AND NEVER B£ FOUND
by
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HOW TO DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY
AND NEVER BE FOUND
by Doug Richmond

Heavy-duty rtlsapfwiring tech-
nquas tor thce-a with A “need to
know!" Ths book tolls you how to
pal eft a dsappaarance-. and how
Io stay freo and never be found. It
analyzes all tho ways you ootid bo
feund by whoever might be looking
for you — hissing parsons
bureaus, the Feds. Private eyes
and skip tracers. Insurance com-
panies — and tells you how to
evade their pursuit.

TNs took tela yoj how to prfan
ler a dseppearance. how to
arrange for naw Identification. and
even how to stage a •Pscrjdozdo’
to make your pursuers think you
are dead!

How to make it appear that you
have left tho country when you

reap/ haven't. haw to cop* with th© first how to get a job,
cslabUh erode, and find a place to live. Haw to avoid Slaving a paper
trai. who might bo looking tor you and how to avoid them, case
histones, and moral

¿VwytteKjyou need io know absut How to Disappear Completely
and Never Be Founds
in this amazing back’

1966, SHxSH. 107pp. softCMf.

HOW TO DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY
AND NEVER BE FOUND: $12.95
(ORDER HUMBER 61082)

HOW TO GET LOST
AND START ALL OVER AGAIN

by Gary B. dark

This book Is for al people who
am so trouWod by financial
problems that tho only solution
seems to bn to ’got tost* from c
all. Ab.ni/. half of ton book Coals
whh ton fnancul problems that
night make a person want to get
lost. Tho other half prov>dos
information on haw Io get lost. The
reader is left with chokes: * Deaf
with the problems end overcome
those problems ♦ Get test on a
short term basis, then deaf with
your problems * Get font on
a
permanent basis and start aS over
again.

Ths book lens you how to gel
your crcdtors oft your nock —
how to Gel Lost from them so you
have Orne to thirfc things over and

decide what course of action is in your best interest. Tepes covered ibtfUtié. * HOw t<> Gèt LôSt ★ How tixry can find you i Establishing take identification ♦ Estsrbfàhfog a fake job history * Wxz/ shoud do it you can't pay your debts * 72w advantages and disadvantages of bankruptcy * How to get money to Get Lost with ★ Keeping your emdsors at bay * hnd much more.

In today’s plastic world, £ easy to got In over your bead — rt ths happens Io you. you will need to know How To Get Lost And Start AB Over Again.

1966. SKxBH, 138 pp. softcover.

NOW TO GET LOST

AND START ALL OVER AGAIN: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 61081)

VANISH!

Disappearing Through ID Acquisition

by Johnny Yount

Ex-wife, creditors, or Uncle Sam arc they trying to Ice you? Are yea at wit's end. dodging letters, phone calls, and physical confrontations? Want a way out? Want to Ive free? Van&hf

Got the facts on dsapp^arances through ID acquisition. Know 11« mail drop, the untraconbto signature. supped (tocunte<)latk)n, acquiring someone else‘5 birth certificate, and mod importantly, how to get your story squared away.

Loam haw to ’die’ through ad.sarfisement — how to do it fast and make 4 last Die and Ihe. Vartsfi!

1966. SHxBH 96 pp. fffostfAted. softcover.

VANISH!: $15.00

(ORDER NUMBER 61091)

BIRTH CERTIFICATE FRAUD

Reprint of a Government Report

the foundation. or breeder document. for aknost any other kind of identification for citizens is the Mh corticate. Over 7.000 State and focal vital records offices issue birth c#rtt6c#fos with no uniform standards for issuance processes, controls, or quaSty of documents tn some jurisdictions, birth certificates arc easSy counterfeited, obfainod through imposture, or crested from stolen feptimato blank forms. *

This US Government report covers birth certificate fraud. It deals with: The ProWems • The Issuing Agendas • The Birth Documents ♦ The Issuing Procedures • Tbs User Agencies • And Roccmmandaticcis tor control log birth certificate fraud.

Birth Certificate Fr*ud\* the very latest information on what tlx? US Government knows about take ID. and bow it is trying to stop it. Must reading for anyone interested in identification and false identification.

1983, 8M x 11, 36 pp iftestnrted. softcover.

BIRTH CERTIFICATE FRAUD: $8.00

(ORDER NUMBER 61008)

DISGUISE
TECHNIQUES

ToulAII uCUk-People
Some of the Time

DISGUISE TECHNIQUES

Fool All of the People Some of the Time
by Edmond A. Madnaugh

Have ycu ever wanted to
pass through a crowd unrecog-
nized? Transform yeurset! so
ccmplotoly that not oven your
best friend recognizes yr.u?
Discover year oncmics’ secrets
without arousing suspeion? Co
this — and more — using tte
irted-and-troe techniques civulg-
ed here by a true disguse
master. Uke live chameleon, ycu
too. can blend in with your
surroundings, or better yet. be
■nvisbk? using Iho infarmaficn
to ths book.

There 1$ more to a succeed
dtogurre man a change of
o’oihes and makeup. With

imagination and acting abllty to gu'de you. no one will know who you arat Laam to size up people and siluaticns at a glance, bow to change your personality, and just whan to discard your defuse. Disguise the mind — and the body — create a new personality. Beller yeL use your menial powers to blend chameleon like into year surroundings, or create any number of characters for a quick-change or long-term d&appa.vanoc. Snoo poep'-a tend to see only what they expect to see — arxl not wfxal is realy there you can use these tochnques to fco! ai of the people some of the time!

1984, x6>1, 88pp. ithrstrsted, softcover.

DISGUISE TECHNIQUES: $8.00

(ORDER NUMBER 61073)

. .

SCRAM

JOWATIK« UK»
a xix identity

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SCRAM
Relocating Under A New Identity
by J âmes S. Martin, Attorney at Law

Have you over watebed a ship go out to
sea and wished you were on it. leaving
you.- problems behind? You’re not atone.
M-any people wou’d tore io make a fresh
start, in a new town, undsr a new name.
But how? Jamas S. FAartn. en atlcmoy
w-Xh years of experience bom in the umd
States and abroad, answers all year
questions about relocating under a new
Wentlty. Questions ike: □ Shoo'd I divorce
before leaving? □ Should I declare bank-
ruptcy first? □ How can I get a birth certifi-
cate in a afferent name? □ How do I got
a brand new Social Security card? u Who
wil be looting for me and bow will they try

to fnd mo?

SCRAM: Relocating Under a New identity Includes tan real-life case historiée that ahow the problems ard oppcrtunrt»s for idcnlity- changers. If you've ever wardered wha: It would take to start over, e»en check out SCRAM!

Chapters include: The Comm-.fr.ertf to a nr.w ideality □ Social reoc- ganizalfon □ Personal reorganization □ New Identity papers □ Tracing missing persons □ Changing your looks □ The right to travel □ Faking death □ Chances Of success □ and more, Including Case Histories of reaHife ktentity changers!

The author stator. In Ms Introduction: ’Nothing herein should be construed as Insbuctwn on bow to break toe law. nor should 31 be read as encoumgomcnt to do so. In fact, all of the Information provided te intended to atfrise against breaking tho law while 11« indvictoal plans or eftects a new identity. Every day. the federal Aislfoe Department creates new idenfitteo for criminals and tho worst examples of society, as well as assisting them with taxpayer money! Why shotidnl that choice be avarablo lor other citizens? Why sboddnl you have the opportune/ 1er a ‘clean slate?* M yea do have the aim of reinventing yourself, bo aware that you are not atone, nor were you the first to dream of It*

SH xSH, S3pp, son cow.

SCRAM: $12.00
(ORDER NUMBER 61136)

CREDIT: THE CUTTING EDGE

by Scott French

Perfect plastic — a dean rating is your key to power. muscle of the financial kind. In his latest work. Seed French has complied informaricn on every Imaginable aspect of credit and how it affects you! Thia Is a hard-and-fast course in professional credt counseling, with Step-by-Step »-»structlcns on bow to kxgtiy ropair damaqud credl the same way the pros- (to it. pkis more dcvicus tricks that work Ike financial black mage’

  • Read about the 70 least-known credit facte, where to gel cheap cards, how to gel cards with no credit chock, how to deal with ooltoctfcn agenotos. and how to categorize year cred I card use erd profit from It.

French also rove ate the lep crodt card crimes bow they're dore □nd why tbey'ro rarely prosecuted and almost never served.

Establish a credit Uno 1er $100.000 — loam about credit scoring (how barks and credit àgéri66S fâtê yW) ÔAd hOW to IfFprOMO the rarrbers. These are tire 'rery same ’ns'derte techriqucs otlcrcd by lep lawyers for several thousand (tollsrs! Now Jtx/can usa this nftxmalicn for your cwn cred*, needs or set up shop as a CfCdri counselor.

Gleaned from in-depth interviews with criminate, countorfohors. scam artists, attorneys, credit counselors, and ctolechcn exports. Credit: The Cutting Edge reveate strategies for coo of the most Important g.-mos in your Irie. Pfay to win with these inside tricks of tho money garnet toss, sk x iir 2S4pp, son cow.

CREDIT: THE CUTTING EDGE: $25.00
(ORDER NUMBER 61093)

THE CRIMINAL RECORDS BOOK
How to Regain Your Good Name
by Warren Siege!, Attorney

WeVe at done something illegal. If you were one of those who gc< caught, your Juvedte or criminal court records can complicate your life even years later, wten you apply for a job. a professional Ikxsrec. or if you are ever In court again. Fortunately. them nra many ways to dear up your record.

The Criminal Records Book takes you slcp by step through al tire procoduron that ora availabto to got your records scaled, destroyed. Of changed. It shows yea brew to do ?. yourself will-out an attorney, wilh dealt/ written insbuctrens on twyw to fil out the forms ard go to court. R contains detailed information on:

Yoor CkhwmJ Rec&d: whst it is. how it can harm you. bow to got a copy of it and bow to correct Inaccuracies.

Lega! Reftt&des to Seat. Destroy or Change Youf Record:^ off oct of each remedy on your record erd how they wll artect your future.

Mar^uena Fossession Records: hrew io totally o imnato theso re

cords.

JurenUe C&vrt Records: and destroy tneso records completely.

OiiACcvT.- Tha bcok only carers criminal rtxxxds resulting from contacts wito too Caifomia criminal iustico system. Also, seme of these records carrrct be cleaned at all. while others cen only be partially criminated. For most cf you. however, this book w»l prov'de helpful rfccmation and assist yea in your efforts to rega'n your good name.

1&W, SU x 1ft 139pp, iiiustratod, soft cow.

THE CRIMINAL RECORDS BOOK: $19.95

(ORDER NUMBER 61108)

PASSPORT TO FREEDOM
A Guide for World Citizens
by Garry Davis

From noted polticiiins to
anonymous refugees, more
than a milion peoplo arourd
tho worid carry a unique srd
controversial passport.
Isaued by the World Secvtee
Authority, ii identifies its
bearer as a soveregn cozen
of the wortd with all tt-re
human rights of word
passage. Passport To
Freedom
shows yea haw to
obtain your ve<y own Word
Passport. Thousands of
people have used the tools
described in this bock to
enter and leave more ard
more countries and suc-
cossfiily cliaflenge naicnal
authorities around the worid.
For many refugees. Word
Citizenship means mo dif-
ference between freedom
and death

Davis ateo discusses ard
shows you haw to otteh: a
Polacal Asytom Cant an

IhtemaKcnal Exit Visa: and an international Resident Perm«. Passport To Freedom draws on Davis* four decades of oxpcrionco. offering timely and practical insights ard aOrice for arr^ono who agrees that tho natfon-slate system itself is one of the greatest thread io humanity today. Davis argues persuasively that indivkJual sareregnty is tho key to chalrengng tho arbitrary power of nations. As an inspiring story and pmctcat how-to-do-il-gude. this greund-braaking book will pranda readers win their own Passport To Freedom.

1092. 6x9,203pp, illustrated, indexed, soft cow.

PASSPORT TO FREEDOM: $12.95
(ORDER NUMBER 61133)

V/orfd Marriaœ Certficaw; a WwW

COLLEGE DEGREES BY MAIL
100 Good Schools that offer Bachelor’s,
Master's, Doctorates and Law Degrees
by Home Study
by John Bear, Ph.D.

Since 1974. Dr. John Bear has hooped thousands of people enm affordable. legitimate usable cdlcgc degrees entirety through homo study. The time spent ca n be as short as three months, and the cost can 1» as atria as $500. Th©' problem is that meet cologes and universities that offer such degrees never advertise — and many schoo’s which do advertise are tesa than wordedU

College Degrees By Mafi\3 the most useful tock ever written on its subject m this took. Dr. Bear has selected 1 CO of the best schools. and devotes an entire page of complete, detailed information about each program. Including:

  • Tutxxi

  • Majors and degrees offered

  • Kay contact person

  • Address. phono, and tex

  • and Dr. John Bear's personal evaluation of the school.

College Degrees By MaUdto ncludos valuable material on getting coliege credit for:

  • Lie experience

  • Equivalency exams

♦ Honorary doctorates

♦ as wei as how to get personalized degree counsel ng.

Dr. Boar also inobdon a long 1st Of schools to avoid.

College Degrees By Mali is the sourcebook for anyone who wants or reeds a ccllege degree, but just doesn't have the time to go back to school.

1991. 3H x 11, 222pp. indexed softcover.

COLLEGE DEGREES BY MAIL: $12.95

(ORDER NUMBER 61126)

REBORN WITH CREDIT

by Trent Sands

If you’ve played with credt and
to«L you don't have to stay out of the
asms forever. In Reborn With Credit.
Trent Sands, author of Reborn in 77.v
USA., Reborn tn Canada, and Re-
born Overseas,
shows you how to get
tack In the credit game. You will loam
who el the players are. and you will
teem the rues as no coy has ever
explained them to you.

Foltow a cred« application as <1
works Its way through layers of ap-
proval. Learn how the application is
"scored." ard what wia cause it lo be
approved or rejected.

It you have a bad credt history,

you don’t have to spend thousands of ddlara at a "credt repair clinic* to
fix it. Reborn With Credit wit show you how you can terytty force the
credit bureau to remove negative .terns from your report Even it ycu
have had liens nganst you. Even 4 you have declared bankruptcy.

Once ycu have cleaned ycix credt. Reborn With Credit will show
you haw to build a great credit rating, in a matter of months, ycu can
have access to tons ot thousands o! doners. And ycu will team how to
convert high-interest credit card debt to manageable, low-interest loans.

Contents include: • Cradt Basics • Credit Bureau Services • Fixing
Bad Credit ♦ Crontng a Blank Slate at ne Bureau • Ami-Fraud Pro-
grams • Stop-by-Stap Through the Creclt Appflcatdn • Becoming a
Credt Card MMkmalre • And more.

You don’t have to stay socked cut c< the credt market forever. Get
Reborn With Credit today, and get back in the garnet

SHxSH, 72 pp. softcover.

REBORN WITH CREDIT: $10.00

(ORDER NUMBER61131)

PART-TIME DIPLOMACY
For Fun, Profit & Prestige
by James Basii-Hnrt

Have you ever dreamed of
becoming a wortd-dass dpb-
mat? James Basil-Hart has. So
he contacted several countries in
Eastern Europe- and before tong
they were issuing him creden-
tali.

Part-Time Diplomacy tells
you exactly how lo acquire gen-
uine
dpfornatic cradanuYS hW-
oof having lo purchase them
Basil-Hart didn’t have riches or
infiuontal fnends. But he dd
have persistence and thn desire
to be a diplomat. In this exciting
now book, ha shows how you
can get dptomatic credentials
witoout spending a lc< of money
and without ever leaving home.

There are many benefits that

come with diplomatic aratus. You get invited o lavish parties where the
powerful and famous mingle. You can use the connections you make lo
bene« you' business. You can even get diplomatic immunity, .ind be
shielded from prosecution for any crime. Chapters inctoda: A How

Diptomacy Developed A Benefits of Diplomatic Status A What Diplomats Do A Dp’omatic Protocol and Traditions A Private Diplomacy and Pubic Pdky A Why Cour4rie& hfeed You A Picking Your Country A Planning Your Campaign A Making Yctr Proposal A The Pubic Rela

tions Campaign A Your Diplomatic Cuties a Pitfalls of Part-Time Diplomacy.

Using the techniques and information revealed in this book. James Basil-Hart was able to obtain genuine diplomatic credential from several countries In Eastern Europe. In Part-Time Diplomacy, James Basil Hart lakes you slep-by-stop through the process of finding lbs right country and drafting a proposal they cant resist With new countries sproutng up aU over the glebe, there may nover be a better lime to get n cn the dptocnalic ground Boor.

So (>sl Part-Time Diplomacy today — and get started co the read to fun. pro« and presligol

1992,5h x SH. 137pp, xxmpi^ teft^re, aott cover.

PART-TIME DIPLOMACY: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 61134)

THE GATE CRASHERS
The Book Which Reveals the Secrets
of the Society of the Uninvited; Imposters;
Party Crashers; Stowaways
by Ken Huthmaker

Why gate crash? Revolt against high prxes? Avoid standing in never-ondng long 5nes? Lack ot sufficient funds? Desire to attend an un'nvr.ad affair? if ycu want to be In. but cton*t have the means or an tnvttabon. this bock is for you. H shows ycu how others have dore It. how you cah do it nnd what to (to after you've done 4.

Chapters indudo: • Uncommon Crashers • Parry Crashers • Athtotic Crashers ♦ Crashing Spins • Kgh Flying Crashers • Frausu c.nl Crashers • Crashing Capom • Country Crashers • High Seas Crashers • HcltyAocd Crashers • Confessions of toe Author • Sozrots of Suxoss • And more.

Tbo chapter on Gato Crashing Pto)*s (Double Stub; Single Stub: Stamp Transfer; Member of the Press; One. Phase; Good Name; Sacrificing the Lamb; Impersonation; Good Scout Already In; Adranco Call; Stage Door; Good Samaritan; Walk In Backward) la alone worth Iha pr.ee of the took. Gate crashers. Iita bad girts, go everywhorel

7992. 3x11, 123pp, iffurtmted, softcover.

THE GATE CRASHERS: $12.95
(ORDER NUMBER 61132)

MUG SHOTS
A Police Artists Guide
to Remembering Faces
by Douglas P. Hinkle

Fc< anyone with a need to see t*y>nd
the obvious. to pierce disguises or to
identify persons who may wish to remain
unrecognized. ths bock provides precise
instruction in the techniques of identifying
faces, as wel as a fascnab’ng glimpse
into the criminal mod. Written by a vet-
eran police artist the entertaining and in-
structive manual is the only one of Its kind
that leaches poice eff eers, private de-
tectives. security chiefs, store owners,
bark tellers or arrjtooe how to observe
faces, comma them to memory and da-
scribe their features to others, as won as
how to elicit periinent Information about
faces from others urxfer stressful ccndl-
ticns.

Most peopto. police officers and private investigators included, coni know how to describe faces very accurate*/ tx>cair.n they haven't teamed how to observe them. Mug Shots shows you what to took for and haw to priorffize the important features. Learn what can be changed easily ard cheaply; what can c<Vy be changed with time, nw/ and effort; ard what cannot be changed at all.

After reading this book, ycull never look at faces in quite trio same way.

1990, SH x 9H, 129pp, Kustrxttd, softcover.

MUG SHOTS: $16.00
(ORDER NUMBER 61113)

NKW THIVD EDITION

HOW TO GET I.D. IN CANADA

Third Edition

by Ronald George Eriksen 2

& Mister Completely

Now ycu can get dccumcntod
north of tto border with How to Get
LD. tn Canada.
Completely revised
and updated for ths Third Edition.
How To Gat ID. tn Canada tells ycu
how to gm the folkiwng pxxres oi
Canadian LD.:

  • Brih Cortricats

  • Driver's License

  • Social Insurance Card

  • Passport

  • Supporting I.D.

And much more. Includng tips co
using mai dreps. staying free, and
documentary requi'ements for rocns
In the United States. This completely
updated eriben of How to Get LD. tn

Canada Wfo you everything ycu need to know to bold a new identity In
Canada. Sold for intormattonal purposes only.

1990, SJix 9 Ji, SSpp, ffUjstntod, sort cover.

HOW TO GET I.D. IN CANADA: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 61109)

THE FINGERPRINT
IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM

Theft and burglary can hit you any-
time. and the culprit Is often somebody
>ou know and wcu'd teas! expect.
Now. with The Fingerprint Identifica-
tion System,
ycu no longer have to
helplessly sit by while 'innocent*
friends and family members rob you
blind! Based on the famed FBI fin^r-
prinling system. Wie AS uses dimple
training methods and a variety of ac-

cossibto material to teach those with or without prior fingerprinting ex- panonco how to xfenflfy tho thxrf — whether it rrvotves a security breach at >our company or discovering who’s been hoping himself io your Iqucr cabinet!

The Fingerprint kfenfification System covers all aspects of the science of fingerprinting. inducing equipment, terminology, cfassffica- fon, interpretation and identification. Sections inctode improvising substitute items for primers Ink and receding surfaces, peeper procedure for lading a suspect's prints, overcoming the four major problems when taking prints and converting fingerprint Into into redo eerie for qUck and easy ccmmunlearicn.

M the FBI can do k with 2CO mil On prints on record, so can youl 1999. 9Ji x 11f rttustrated. sort cover.

THE FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM: $12.00
(ORDER NUMBER 61094)

Jack Luger

COUNTERFEIT I.D. MADE EASY

by Jack Luger

See how easy
making counterfeit LD.
can be! Counterfeit LD.
Mede Easy
includes
$iep-b/-8tep instructions
on how forgers make
these authenbe-tookrig
documents: • Drivers Li-
censes • Photo ID.
Cards • Crerit Cards •
Birth Cert/caies • And
much, much morel

Tcptas covered in-
dude: • Tho different
purposes counterfeit LD.
k used for • The wide
spcctum of fake I.D. •
What gees into real LD.
• Obtaining simple
genuine I.D. • The
fergoris kit: sources for
the supplies and equp-
ment I.D. ccunterfeters

use to produce their bogus documents • Forgery techNQjes: paste-up,
phoicccpies. watermarks, signatures, altering photostats, aging tho
document, ultra-vfalel ink. and mexe • flow bark cards and photo I.D.
are ferged • How counterfeiters use professional seevioos without
arousing suspicion • How iorgers oxeroso quakty control ov-or their
counterfeit I D. • How forgers pass fake I.D. • And much, much more,
¡nctodlng banking, knpersonabon. on-fitoyment. end morel

Wfilen bry a prete$£onal In tho printing and grapriis arte trad». Counterfeit LD. Mede Easy fakes you nlo trio basemorZs and workshops of professional torgore to reveal thwr techniques. Tho tods are ample, the supples madly aveilabe. Counterfeit LD. Made Easy «xfudes defalcd Illustrations, as well as tps on bow forgers use tho fake I D. they make and how ycu can spot counterfeit credentials.

There is no secret to how great-tocking LD. is prodxed — not with Counterfeit LD. Made Easy.

1990, SJixSH, 137pp, Riusrtated. soft cover.
COUNTERFEIT I.D. MADE EASY: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 61111)

Big BROTHER IS Watching You

Introduction

Well. 1984 has come and gone, but Big Brother is stiff watching you. If you don't think so, take a took at
some of the books in this Section. The latest in
wiretapping and electronic surveillance methods and
equipment, techniques of spying and shadowing,
snooping, super-secret government agencies and
more — prove that Big Brother is watching you.

THE MANIPULATED MIND

Brainwashing, Conditioning and Indoctrination

by Denise Winn

This is the single fins st book wc have ever seen cn 'brainwashing.'

Ever since American priscocm of war n Korea suddenly switched sides to the Ccmmunist cause, thn concept of brainwashing has continued to fascinate aind confuse. Is it realty possible to Iccco any thinking person to act in a way completely alien to he character? What makes so-cafed brainwashing so different from tie cqualy insidious effects of Incfoclrtoation and conditioning. or even advertising and «toucetion?

Research lindnga from psychology show titol txanwasling is nee a special subversive technique; it Is ttie clever maripulation of unrea'ized Influences that operate in all our Ives.

This book. by breaking down so-caled brainwashing to its individual elements, shows how aooal condtioning, need for approval, emotional dependency and much else that we arc unaware of. prevent us from being as self-directed as we think; and converse»/. which human traits make us the least susceptible to subtle influence.

An important took — the best avatable on the subject. We are all •brainwashed' every day and ths book can help you to recognize the ways and protect yourself. High»/ recommended.

1993, 5HX 9H. 217pp.hx/d cover.

THE MANIPULATED MIND: $25.00

(ORDER NUMBER 58023)

U.S. ATTORNEY'S MANUAL
ON ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE

Your private conversations am Coing iru>rt
against ycu in a ©curt of law. Is that legal?
Scmetmes It Is. other times II fenrt. Your rights
may have been violated!

Whether you are bugging, or being bugged,
this edltlcn of the U.S. A ttomey's Manual On
Electronic Surveillance
will tet ycu every-
thing ycu need to know. From court aiZhcriza-
ion. appication procedure, conduct of riter-
coption. dsclcsure of intercepted communi-
cottons. pretrial proceedings, trial uie of sur-
veilanoe information arid video surveillance
(on the legal side) Io Interstate extortion, inter-

naticnal criminal use d surveillance and criminal soflcilaton.it's all here.

Can you bug someone who is openfy dscussing murder? Is a public restaurant subject to live same surveitance afowances as a jail coll? Must you obtain an interception order from the courts for every bulging, phone-tapprg or video-survellance team you employ? Discover tbs answers to these questons and hundreds more in this comprnhorr-'/o gutoo to tho use of efoctrcnto surveillance,

1953, 9Mx 11, 160 pp, softcover.

U.S. ATTORNEY'S MANUAL

ON ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE: $12.00

(ORDER NUMBER 58062)

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THE PUZZLE PALACE

A Report on NSA, America's Most Secret Agency
by James Bamford

The National Scanty Agertoy (NSA)
Is the most socket agancy within the US
Govommont. For many years the
government denied that It even existed.
It was cslabishred not by law but by a
top secret presidential memorandum
that has been seen by on»/ a ver/ few
officials. Yet it is many times larger than
the CIA. spends bilions of dollars more
per year, and its drcctor is the most
powerful official in he American
inteligerce ccmmurrty.

In the three decades since Truman
secretly created the agency tn 1952. the
NSA has managed to clurto publcity to
an extraordinary degree. Now, in the first

tock ever written cn the National Socixtfy Agnocy. Jarnos Bamford
traces its origins, details its inner woriongs and expesos tar-tkirg

operations.

He describes the oty of fifty thousand people and naarty twenty
buïdngs (hat is the Fort Meade headquarters of the NSA — where

there am ctosn to a rtozon underground acres of computers, where a signhcant part of the wortefs communica'.bns are monitored, and where reports from a number of sophisticated satelite eavesdoppng systems am anat/zftd. Ho also gives a detailed account oi NSAs complex network of listening posts both in tho United States and throughout much of the rest of the worto.

The Justice Department tried to suppress the publishing of this tock? Read Uto truth about the super-secret piggy NSAI

fS62. 5x8, aSSpp. indexed. soft cover.

THE PUZZLE PALACE: S12.C0
(ORDER NUMBER 10040)

CIA FLAPS AND SEALS MANUAL

Here it is — A Ci A Manual on How To Open Mail!!!

I&xrtf cf the techniques taught in ths book were used by Ihe CIA and FBI to effect surrcptiticus openings al mall during Iha past three deca dos.

Chapters iniudc • Ocs.gn of ©paring toots • Dry openings • Removal of cellophane tape • Wat openings • Steam epenngs • Wax scats • Repars • Rcsoallrg ♦ Traps • Examination of received mail • and more!

This fascinating oxpose wii be valuable In determining if mail la being tampered with. A valuable addition to anyone's clandestine reference Ibrary.

1975. SU x Sh, 55pp. very tveff Wi/sfrated. soft cow.

CIA FLAPS AND SEALS MANUAL: $6.95
(ORDER NUMBER 59012)

AGENTS OF REPRESSION

The FBI’s Secret Wars Against the Black Panther
Party and the American Indian Movement
by Ward Churchill and Jim Vander Wall

From the Red Scare o' 1919-1920 to the McCarthy parted cf toe 1950s to toe COINTELPRO (Counter'nteU’geooe Program) era of toe 1960s, the FBI has operated prirnarih/ as America’s political potee. Set against this eordd background, the complex of FBI operations corxiucted aga'nsl Iba Black Panther Party and the American Indian Mwement including murder, kidnapping, and a range of otter ir^aJ activities, provides a shocking indictment of the ta^essneaa of the ’law enforce rs.-

Contrary Io official! announcements Uvat COINTELPRO-type activities ended h 1971, the autocns demonstrate that the FBI not only continued thorn, but in some cases actually increased their leva’s of rtensiy and violence. Agents of Repression cccdudcs with ccns'doraticn of recent FBI attempts to disrupt or destroy too Puerto Rican Independence movement end the Central America sanctuary and sokfority movements.

Profusely ilustratod nnd Indexed, Agents of Repression is the benchmark text fix tncsc concerned with ixv.kxste'xirg not c<i\ whs! happened Id tho Diack PanIhors ard the American Indian lAovement. but tho functional realty of America’s political police. Highly roDnrrm ended.

1266, 6x9, 52Spp, iHustratod, soft cow.

AGENTS OF REPRESSION: $16.00

(ORDER NUMBER 58059)

WAR AT HOME

Covert Action Against U.S. Activists
And What We Can Do About tt
by Brian Glick

Government harassment of U.S. polecat activists clearly ousts today. violating our lundamecilai Constilixonal rights and creating a cimate of fear and cistrust which undermines our efforts Io challorgo official policy. Similar attacks on social justice movements camo io ight during the 1 GCOs. Only years later dd wo loom that these bod been merey the v&ibfo tip of an tontxirg. Largely hidden at tho tirro was a vast gr/zommont program to r-outralizo demos tic political oppositon through ’covert action- (polrtxoal repression carried cut sccrcO/ or under the gtfse of legitimate law enforcement).

The 196O> program, coordinated by ne FBI under the coda name •COWTELPRO.- was exposed in the 1970s and supposedly stoppod. But ccrzcrt operations against dornsslio dissidents did rot end. They have persisted and become an Integra! part of govemmefV. activity. Ths book Is designed to help today's activists learn from the history Of COINTELPRO. so toat future movements can better fight this war at homo.

Iha opening sect on reviews what wo knew about COINTELPRO. It explAns hew the pnogram was unccvorod when the FBI arxl pcfice were corrpclfod to mkraso previously secret documents. ft outlines CONTELPRO's methods and targets and assesses its contribution 10 tho dccllro cf tho rrovarnonts cf tho 1960s.

the next section shows that domestic covert acton dd rot 6Od wten COINTELPRO was officiary dsbanded. Il remained in effect under ether names and ft contnuos to to a serious diroat teday. Persisting under Democratic as well as Republican adm'nstrafons, ?. lias become a permanent feature cf U.S. politics.

The final section discusses what wo can do about this danger. It analyzes tho specific methods used th COINTELPRO — Ihfltratdfi, psycliotogicaJ warfare, harassment through toe legal system. and extralegal force and violence — and preposes steps to lima c< deflect thcr impact cn our movements. It shows that these methods do not protect "national security- of combat terrorism, as darned by too government. but actual’/ serve to loment vfo’ence and subvert democracy. Various tactics are suggested for publcly exposing toe reality of cfomnslic covert action and mobiizing bre^d-based protest against Its continued use.

1969, SH x 84, 96 pp, tifuitrstod, soft cow.

WAR AT HOME: $5.00
(ORDER NUMBER 58060)

PISSING AWAY THE AMERICAN DREAM
Government-Mandated Urine Drug Testing
and the Fourth Amendment

by David Ross

“The Right of tho People to Bo Secure in Their Persons, Houses, Papers, and Effects Against Unroosonabto Searches and Souvres, ShaV Hot bo Violated; And Afo Warrant ShaS issue, but upon Prof^abio Cause, Supported by Oath or Affirmation, and Pamcutarty Ooscnbiog tho Place to bo Searched and tho Person or Things to Bo Seized'

— The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution of the

United States

n Is called toe "War on Drugs," but« te realty a "War co Tho Poopin.- R is a war or decet, a war of economics, and melrty a war for power and control. It is toe kind of war where you soon realize that even many poepfo cn your sidt, won’t admit to being on your side; nor will they offer much h ths way of empathy, support, or understantfng. The warmekecs have used the meda to perfection. Tbsy have fed so much propaganda into toe minds of so marry Americans that our brains probably cb resemble those goddam fried eggs In ton! ubiquitous talovison commercial.

Pissing Away Tho American Dream Is a now book chronding toe iivyoductfcn of mandatory urine drug testng Into too Irfo cl a libertarian. A loud cry In the bureaucrats wilderness for a rolum to sonify and self- responsibility in the face of the freedom-destroying madness cf the War on Drugs.

1991, 6'4x11, 66ppt Mi/xfnrtrd, soft cow.

PISSING AWAY THE AMERICAN DREAM: $8.95

(ORDER NUMBER 58070)

NOW HEAR THIS!

Electronic Eavesdropping Equipment Design

by Winston Arrington

If you hava been looking for the ’real thing- in electronic eavesdropping equipment design, then this book is for you AS 58 schematic diagrams presented in < are from Sheffield Etoctronics’ produ'/.on nvyfofe Circuit oxplanabons nro included. Schematic diag-ams are cf sitocamer Uansmciers and cmcdulator. earner current transmiler and demctoU’atcc, nlrarod transnvtter and dcmcdulalcc, firePy. automobile monitoring transmitter. Infinity •Dhoccms- transmrter, wideband RF detoctcc, high impodanco tap detector, and a telepboce Ine usag^fout Indcaicc Circuit examples of 32 to 3to MHz room ard telephone iransmctera are shown.

There are schematic diagrams for battery powered room menrtoring transm^ers ranging from a tai point pen transmitter to a 1-mita-plus VOX transmSlor. Also schematics for mains powerod transmitters such as the cube fap and duplex .ire Included. Several typ-os of crystal controlled fra remitter drcults are given.

Telephone leech transmitter drculls proscnlod are mUnos. drop-ins, subcarrier, crystal oorxroiled. and a dual telephone and room monitoring transmitter. A varfety of batte<y powered telephone transmitter circuits are slwn that fulfil al requirements. Schematic diagrams cf ottor useful equipment are also presented.

Police agency toclmcians who buld their own electronic surveirance oqupmanl may find tils book useful, because they will then be able to make a comparison of filers with that cf a commercial egupment manufacturer.

THs forgo formal book is fully llustrated with photographs and diagrams. It contains information not feund elsewhere.

19S3t 64 X 11, iHuttratod, aehcow.

NOW HEAR THISI: $30.00
(ORDER NUMBER 58054)

Criminal Justice: New Technologies and the constitution

US Congress Office of Technology Assessment

Three categories of advanced scientific knowledge appear meet promising for use by tha police and tire criminal justice system: Information science, mofocJar bidogy. and socal science research. Each has a dark side, an aspect of social cost or social risk. Information technologies, for example, can lead to gross violations of individual privacy. The use of molecular biology to substitute 'treatment for behavior cisoedors' for 'punishment for criminal actions' is a profound change in the p-aradgms of social coctrd. It brings ¿nlD question the assumption of indvidaal responsibly for behavior, which e one cf t>e underlying principles oF const tuticnal government. Social sconce models are constructed from data on papulations or largo groups of people. If used to preofct individual behavior in making decisions about probation or sentencing, they codd reinforce discriminatory etereofypes ard penalize people who are jxxx. urderedjcaled. or members of mnorities.

This report examines now technologies ard thair rnp&cations for indvidual constitutonal rights. Topics discussed include:

  • Duo Process

  • The Right of Privacy

  • Electronic Surveilance

  • Computerized Data Malching

  • DMA Typing

  • Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems

  • Biometric Security Systoins

  • 'Less-Than-Lechai' Weapons

  • Social Sciecevs and Computers

  • Electron's Monltorirg

  • Drug Therapy and Hormone Manipu’alfon

  • Electronic Records and Due Process

  • And more.

Must readog for anyone interested in c’lrr« and police science! 1939, 7H r 10, Wpp, soil cow.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE:

NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND THE CONSTITUTION: $7.95
(ORDER NUMBER 58066)

Deep Cover

Police Intelligence Operations

by Burt Rapp

The police undercover officer moves in a shadowy world of informers, crime lords, drug traffickers, corrupt officiate and petty hoedbrre. Bi by bit, by gathering and reccrtfrvj soum- Ingty trivial and unrelated pieces

Burt Rapp, an export on I invcstga&ons ard undercover N wjr». tjrr.-, is ?.1:n!cr to rnr B Of the least understood — and most important — aspects of rrodom polke work. Ths up*to date guide covers sotting up. staffing ard securing an Intnllgcnce unit; building trust and mter-agancy cooperatici: Informante. Informers and ether sources: cm» fights issues: ard occtpaticnal hazards such as Ngh turnover, officer exposure, political monlputatfoa and corruption.

1939, SHx3U, 138 pp, sufico™.

DEEP COVER: $14.00

(ORDER NUMBER 58058)

PRISONER OF WAR RESISTANCE

Any soldier — despite his skill and experience — can be captured by tr»e enemy in a combat situatfon. Onoe captured though, his mastery of resistance can mean the dfterence between walking out of a POW camp or coming out feet

Prisoner Of H'jr Resistance is a gacd addfixin to our Inn of 'brainwash'ng' and 'psychobgical scT-dafonso' books. You don’t havo to be a soldier to find it usafui.

x 11, 112pp. tffustfAtcd,xppef>d!e^ ¡poxxxry, softcover.

PRISONER OF WAR RESISTANCE: $12.00

(ORDER NUMBER 58035)

WIRETAPPING AND
ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE
Commission Studies

This remarkable tock is a
compilation of two special
reports commissioned by the
Federal Government in response
lo tho rising use d electronic
surveillance for legal and illegal
purpsaes. Representing the
collective knowledge of a snoot
group c>1 experts, Commission
Studies
is a vericabto gold mlno
of practical mfoanaticn on tho
nuts and belts of wiretapping
and bogo'ng. Never before has
tNa kind of sophisticated
fttallgonco boon available to tho
general public!

Commission Studies contains
surprisingly thorough, illustrated
descriptors slzuw’ng how

eavesdroppng, bugging, wiretapping ard interception of data

transmissions aro .y>^omplL%hcd. Certains detailed tfe&oriptbns and

comparisons cf al tho devices used: wiroloss transmitters. microphone
systems, tape receding systems, rtdio eavesdropping Osvices.
miniature dmicos, and many others.

Moro Importantly, you'll be shown ways to detect these devices.
d<sarm them, and protect yourself from becoming a victim of ¡rrvlsbto
spwsl

Commission Studies also includes a priceless section on tope
recordings and the law. InoVJes the rules Of ovdoncc for tapa
recordings in court, the quality of recordings, methods of falsification,
and haw lo determine if tapes have been aba red. loom to insure your
conversations could r»ot be used in court even if they wore recorded!

Wintipping and Eleclronlc SvneHtincxt raven's the profcsacnaJ
secrets of government ard private experts so that you can protect
/ixvyitfTrom privacy Invasion ard sudo entnipmorz. Among the finest
books ever printed cn the subject! Highly recommended!

1976, 9H x 71, 112 pp, profusely fffuMretod. sort cover.

WIRETAPPING AND

ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE: $12.35
(ORDER NUMBER 58021)

THE SEARCH FOR

THE “MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE*

The CIA and Mind Conlrol

by John Marks

k ’Manchurian Candidato' is an unwitting assass’n. brainwashed and programmed io kill, tn this book, former Stale Department officer John Marks tells tho explosivo story of (he CIA's highly secret program of expenments in mhd control- H’B curtosity first aroused by Information on a puzzling suiode. Marte worked from thousands ol pages of naw>/ released documents as well as interviews ard behavioral sconce eludes, producing n coak teat 'accomptislted what two Senate committees coud nor (Senator Edward Kennedy).

Winner ol no Best Bock of tho Year award for Investigative Reporters and Edcors. 7be Search for The 'Manchurian Candidate' covers those subjects:

♦ Origins of Mird-Controi Research ♦ LS.D. ♦ Mushrooms ♦ Brainwashing ♦ Electrodes ♦ Hypnosis ♦ Sensory Deprivat’on ♦ The Search for the Truth ♦ And Much More.

The Search for Tho *Manchurian Candidate’ reveals the secret history of the CIA's experiments In behavioral science and rnnd control. You wil be Shocked to find out just how far tee/ wont

1979, 6x 9,264 pp, indexed, soft cover.

THE SEARCH FOR

THE -MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE*: $10.95

(ORDER NUMBER 58076)

ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE

AND CIVIL UBERTIES

Federal Government Information Technology

Analysis and commentary by Eden Press

Here is a complete look at how federal agencies, such as the FBI. DEA. IRS. INS. Customs. Treasury and the Postal Service, am conducing investigations cf private citizens based on the latest techniques of surveilance. Originally published by the Office of Technology Assessment, this report also details tho lagal — and ncn- legal — aspects of federal snooping. Tho tncscap-abta conclusion is Uvat Big Brother is no longer impeded by taws or court decisions that can never hope 1o keep rxxte with technical advances.

Federal sleeping is in high gear in ail of these areas: • Telephone SurveHenco • Elcctnxilc Mad Su rvo fiance • Electronic Ptry^cal Survellance • Electronic Visual Survollanco • Data Base Surveillance • And morel

Government agents proceed virtually unchecked with now devices and techniques, imply because prchbrtrvo laws dcnT ex&tl Find out just what methods arc being used now. and what new developments are on tire horizon. Agency-by-&g£<»cy listings spell cut Ihor pccscnt spying metecds. if you ever wondered how Big Brother got all hr. muscles, tiiis book wil lake you Inside h’s private gym... Espocaiy valuable lo privacy-seekers who can now find ways lo avoid Big Brother.

1966, 6H x 11, 60 pp, sod cover.

ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE
AND CIVIL LIBERTIES: $12.95
(ORDER NUMBER 55062)

COVERT SURVEILLANCE
& ELECTRONIC PENETRATION
Edited by William B. Moran

sitami»^!

This bow-te-do-it manual will to of
great interest to citizens, law enforcement
personnel end private Investigators. It is a
ccmprehons?/Q guide to :no techniques and
equipment used in secret surveillance. The
knowtodga brought together h tills one
work is essentia! for security persennet
operating in today's competitive N’ph-tech
cimate. Contents indude:

Techniques of Shadowing and Talling: A
description of me processes used in
physical survoitenco. Includes vahxte
and foot survoitenco in both mobile and
'stakeout' settings.

Night Surveillance Equipment: Describes the types of night viewing
devices avAtiabto. tbdr capabitifos, tbetir drawbacks, and special
options ftice cwnoras.

Electronic Eavesdropping Techniques and Equipment: Covers ¿he
whole tiskf of transmitters. rcccivors, micropbonos, tape recorders
and other survctifasco egupment. fnckrdos discussions of
n\>nisfuri2ation. corx^aSmont, bib A tietd tests of performance and
other important taefors.

Wiretapping: Defated explanations of how rooms are bugged and
teieptiones tapped. Describes the egi^nent and techniques, and
offers countermeasures, fnedudes indepth hypothetic.^ oxanp/cs cf
¿Perception of
con^uter data transmissions, long distanco faxphone
cate and suburban tetepnono service.

And MlKh Morel Wilting Appteabio Laws on survciifance,
wiretsppirtg and bugging, and an Annotated GrbS.'ograpby cf
surveitence books.

Wiliam B. Moran has compiled scattered and hard-to-fird
information Inte one Indr.pensatilo tock. If ycu'ra concerned with
security and privacy, make suro ycu have precise up-to-date know<ed<>3
cf tr>9 technques and equipment of spying. Order Covert Survefiisnce
A Electronic Penetration
todayl

1S83. SHx8H, 124pp. ¿tiusfrxM, softcover.

COVERT SURVEILLANCE &

ELECTRONIC PENETRATION: $12.95
(ORDER NUMBER 55043)

COINTELPRO

The FBI's Secret War on Political Freedom

by Nelson Blackstock

THs book provides am n-dcpth look at too covert and illegal FBI counterintelligence pregram: code name COINTELPRO. Contents indude: • ’Prevent these people from petting elected* • Inciting violence • Targefog a Black canddalo • •Determine if there is anything derogatory m his background" • 'Drive a wedge between ton foltownrs of Malcolm X and tho SWP' • ’Cause disruption n the peace movement’ • Rod-baiting ♦ Firing lcoz*icrs • Tho tight to step COINTELPROpoes before tho public • And mere, including a lengthy Introduction by Nc«am Chomsky.

Much of what is knoAn about this polittaal disruption program is Ilie rssut of evidence forced to light through a lawsuit brought by the Soc^let Workers Party and Young Socialist AIFance against FBI spying. harassment and dsrupibn. Most of Uie FBI documents reproduced in this txx>k were obteined in 1974 and 1975 through this lawsuit

These papers on tne COINTELPRO operations provide an unprocodentod look at som^ of the surreptitious methods used by Vie American secret police

ZfW S xO, 190 pp, tilwftfxted, softcover.

COINTELPRO: $15.95

(ORDER NUMBER 55064)

SNITCH
A Handbook For Informers
by Jock Luger

Every (Say ¡n tho USA. there
arc marc laws, mom law-
breakers. and more people
willing to pay cash to find
tawtreakars. Fodcml. stale and
'■oca I governments; txismn^s and
obzen groups; prr.'atc dofcctvoR
and insurance agencies — all
pay quick cash for the right
informaticn.

In fact )vj can become a
professional hlormer, developing
information for a Infog. if you
know how. The IRS pays cut a
percentage of taxes ccrtcctod
from bps. Tt*o CEA ha reds ever
money seized from drug dealers.
Ana tho Foocra.' Government will
pay up to hundreds of thausancto
of dalors far advance notice of

an assasshalon attempt!

In Snitch: A Handbook For Informers, Jack Lugor teds you what information is valuable, hew to gather it. and how to sell il. Ho shows you how to snitah and collect completely anonymously. Ho details how crooks negotiate their way out of prison sentences, how cops treat informe«, and how to keep from bang finked out yourself.

Chapters include:

  • Who Informs

  • Motives

  • Corrpcns.itng Informers

  • Working Criminal Informers

  • Civilian Informers

  • Informers in Prison

  • Cops and Haw They Th nk

  • How Io Become an Informer

  • Protecting YcurseH Against Informers

  • And mote.

II you are tocking for an unconventional way to make mcney, gel Snitch: A Handbook For Informers. Because the drt you dig up could be paydirt.

1991, MxU, 149 pp. Mtxad, xoflcMf.

SNITCH: $16.95

(ORDER NUMBER 40075)

SPECTRE OF FORFEITURE

by Judy Osburn (Ben There)

‘Owing tn& last Eve years,
forfoitums both stole and federal have
taken on a high priority tn the
government's nw on drugs. The
government's strategy is a twoprong
attack sacking both conviction and
incarceration for unlawful activity and
very harsh nconomic sanctions which
have had
a moro dsasfrous effect on
tho parties involved than an actual
period of incarceration.

The government witi often irtitiato
civil forfeitures where very smaS
quantities of narcotics are found in a

á’prrírp

OF FORFEITURE

house or vefticfo and even when no

person was arrested or charged with a crime.

The recent statutes amending and expanding forfeiture tews wore specifcstty designed to give the government every conceivable advantage Attorneys representing cteanants in forfeiture cases are confronted with & body of taw (hat is different from and inconsistent with the procedural and substantive taws with which they are fcmikar. Defense attorneys whether Cirri or criminal have operated under tho concept that a ptetntff or a prosecutor must prove their case, that a person is innocent unfi proven gukty, and that a case must be non before a propedy right involved is determined. Under forfekure tews none of these concepts appry ’

From the Introduction by //mw R. MSter, Attorney at Lew

The author ol Spectre Of Forfeiture was plunged into the nightmare world of govarnrrumt forMura when her hueband was arrested for cuf/aiion. Then home w.is sr»od. though police found ro mer(uarva on thcr property. Judy Osburn, jewelry designer and instructor, mother of two and 4-H kinder spent ovor 1.000 hours to law Ibraites uncovering the tnxh ¡focui forfeiture tow to defend their home and expose this lnmico. Spectre Of Forfehuro is wntien for lay readers, yet is an extremely valuable reference usod by attorneys.

Spectre Of Forfeiture details tho statutes pcotcctng .•vto dotendrg property. Slopping automatic default judgment, and starting history. R contains sample fonns. case cifogs. Constitutional defenses, and more.

Forfeiture law is based upon medieval superstition and legal fiction that declares property rcsponsblo far iltocpl acts, depriving owners of Constitutional protoc liens.

Spectre Of Forfeiture is must rcadng for everyone concerned with haw tho phony "War On Drugs’ is being used to crcda the Consbtutkxial rigtits ef all ef us.

199f, SU x SU. 197pp. tnd^r^d. toft eov*r.

SPECTRE OF FORFEITURE: $16.95

(ORDER NUMBER 58078)

"ENEMIES"
World War II Alien Internment
by John Cristgau

In our rxTver-andng quest to bring )txi hidden histories and bunod truths. Loampanizs Unlimtod ts pccud to offer ths riveting tock at Tic Alen Internment Program: tha ccncentratton camps operated by fhc U S. Govcrrmcnt during Vfodd War I!.

Cristgau has combed through previously untouched documents from toe FBI and tho National Archives. Ho has combined those othclal reports with tatters, diaries and photographs from those hr.kl pnsoncr. And he has ritervicwed several of the sunivors of those camps.

The resist is a moving bcok that tots the story of Amoncan concentration camps — and the stones of their survivors — through five case histories. The author shows haw people were targoled lor placement in a carrp. what toe living oondbons were like, and what happened once ll*ey were set free.

Fc< anyone interested in toe hidden side of World War II history. •£/wnA?s”wil be □ tock you’ll never forgejt.

1SSS, Sx 9, 1STpp. photogrxphx, btbtfogrxphy, hardcover.

’ENEMIES": $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 58082)

CONDUCTING INVESTIGATIONS

Introduction

Professional methods and techniques lor Information and Intelligence gathering — now revealed for YOU to use! Now you can find out anything you want to know atout anyone you want to know about! Satisfy your ’need to know" with these revealing professional manuals.

HOW TO FIND MISSING PERSONS
A Handbook tor Investigators
by Ronald George Eriksen 2

Professorial in-
vesbgalive secrets
— now revealed for
jex/to use!

This highly prais-
ed bock wil Lv of
value Io al types of
missing persons In-
vestigators. Bcunty
hunters. private In-
vestigators. akp
tracers. process
servers ard auto
repossessors wil ai
learn somethng
new from ths
toocough manual.

More important,
this book will en-
able toe rwpro-
fcsslonal to locate
any missing person
without paying the
often outrageous
fees of ths investi-
gators mentioned
above.

Tba investigative
techniques covered
n ths book écrit

have to be limited to missing persons cases. Toper, covered in this □mazing volume inckjcfe:

  • Phone books • Credit bureaus ♦ Telephone records •

  • The Post Office • Fnords and rotatives of Iha subject •

  • Driving records • School records of «ho subjects chidfen •
    • Po'ice records • Credit card records • Garbage • Welfare rolls •

  • Occupational Icenslng bureaus • Uconso plates ♦

  • Medical and hosp’tal records »Travel agences, nrihes and buses •
    • Barks and frxeign banks • Movers • Locating rrriitary personnel •

  • Voter registration records ♦ Social Security records •

  • Labor union records • Caso histories •

  • Finding missing parsons fcr msney •
    • And much, much more! •

Ths comprehensF.e book reveals how io obtain ail of these records, and use ths information to track down whomever you arc hunting. How to Find Missing Persons is the most decaned, accurate and thorough book over written cn this subject Hghly recorrmended tor al investga- tors — and others wXh a ’need to know.’

19S4, Sf4 x*K, 96 pp. frustrated. softcover.

HOW TO FIND MISSING PERSONS: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 61061)

BE
YOUR
OWN
DICK

FrirAlr

BE YOUR OWN DICK

Private Investigating Made Easy

by John Q. Newman

Is thorn somocne speeal yea want to
got Io know better, but you*ro afraid to
ask? Lol John Q. Newman hep.

Ma y tn you'd Ike to chock out your
fiancée before getting married? Maybe
you’ve got a neighbor who acts suspicious
and you went to know why? Maybe you
nood to vonfy job applications before you
hire someone?

Just talking to a detective Is going to
cost you more than this book. But you
don't have to spend big bucks to dig cut
the dirt on someone.

Most detective work irv/oh^S simple
research ycu can do for yourself — If you
know where to look.

Ths beck is deigned to allow almost

any person to do invnstigativo work cn indviduals from tho comfort of titer heme In many ways, this book is the altcc-cgo of other books on establishing a new Identity or increasing your personal privacy.

These sa me databases can bo tapped by too person who wishes to do toe opposite, that ts. to invade ton privacy of others. In this age of compulenred hies and databases, thts can to dene very easily. The moral rnpfica'.kms of such actons arc toft to the individual Out betora ycu make a hasty value judgment, consider this:

Have you ever wondered how a rival long distance company ’knew* you Spent $P5 a month cn long distance calls to Japan? Have you ever wondered how a cred/t card company ’knew" yea would be a good prospect for to«r crcdt card, cc how an insurance company ’kne^ you were in need of new auto Insurance? To one extent or another those corporations- invaclod your personal prr/acy by consulting certain databases and ether Information sources that conlanad personal dotais enyou.

Other toaks have been wrfcten on ths subject, but al loo often they ha-.-a detaïed methods and systems that are eiher too arcane or expensive to be used by the average person, or they dotal procoduros that will ahicst certainly lead the reader into a confrontation with toe law. This bocA explains what 90% ol private detective woric involves doing — thaï is. cblccfing data cn a ’target’ person.

Be Your Own Dick will leach you the simple tricks Of the private deteetve*» trade. Ycu wai loam how to find cut everything ebcut year targets finança, heath. Ofrpfoymenl. pastimes ard ’past Ihns.- You will learn where to find the easy information and hew to uncover tho tough stuff. Youll even tasrn to do debtor searches and backgxund investigations, in case you want to try your hand as a paid prorate in- vostigator.

if you want to know whether someone is rich or a deadbeat, whether they're on the level or □ fraud, whether thc/ro cheating cn you. stealing from ycu. or tying to ycu. torn Bo Your Own Dick! Yctfll be surprised at how much you can fird cut.

5Hx8^ 118pp. softcover.

BE YOUR OWN DICK: $12.00

(ORDER NUMBER 55090)

GET THE FACTS ON ANYONE
How You Can Use Public Sources
to Chock the Background of
Any Person or Organization
by Dennis King

In mis Ngh-iech information
apo. you can find cut almost any-
thing about anyoco: Confidential
background data on business or
legal clionte • PwsiNa criminal
records cf prospective om-
ptayccs • Malpractice judgments
□gansl your physician • Finan-
cial Information cn candidates for
pubic office • Evan the phone
number of your favorite
cetebriry... This imovstive
reference book shows you bow!

irxJispensabv» for Journalists
and researchers, this practical
handbook Is also ideal tor check-
ing out business contacts. job-
seekers. employers, customers,
companies and organlzabons of
all kinds. Step by-stap instruc-

tions explain exactly how to dg out the facts you want from pubic
records and on-line sources:

  • Criss-cross directories, lcor.sc bureaus, and phono records — Io
    tocate hard-to-find people

  • Biographical Indexes. newspaper databases, professional ard trade
    pubfeatbre. and rriiiUbry and medical records — to check out peo-
    ple's backgrounds

  • Tax lien files, bankruptcy court records, and bank account records
    — to co Icct crcdt and financial infixmaticn

  • Court records and cnso files — io research people and companies

  • And much, much mere.

1992, SH x 9H, 222pp, soft cover.

GET THE .FACTS ON ANYONE: $15.00
(ORDER NUMBER 55091)

TUNE IN ON TELEPHONE CALLS

Scanner & Shortwave Frequency Directory
Revised & Updated Edition

by Tom Kneltel, K2AES

YouVo scon it on TV. YcuVe h^ard about it on the radb. Now you
can own too completely revised and updated new edfcon of tlx? took
that made hstehng-in co phene cafe the boomng hobby it is today.

What do people discuss over tr»e telephone when they think they
nave total privacy? They ¡argue, exchange personal and tusness sc-
crols. make legal and illegsl deals, condxt lurid or illicit romances,
gnpo about money woes, gossip, brag. lie. and more. These are busi-
ness poopco. pottcians. prostitutes, the meda. celebrities. criminals,
and your neighbors*

Fowr poepta are awero that 'private' cafe made over car phones,
cordoss phonos and othor such devices are broadcast over the air-
waves. Thane calls can be easily overheard by anyone with an inex-
pansr/o shortwave receiver or police-type scanner. Il lakes no technical
expertise io oA'/osdrcp. and istening-to has become a popular pastime,
dospito wiuaty unenforoeab’e leg&ation enacted to regulate such
invason of privacy.

This book Is about such telephone calls, and 11» discrete frequencies
arrf channels they use that can ba casiy rcccr.-od on homo and
portable recovers. TN# new cdribn contains hundreds of new fre-
quencies. Now you can Tune tn On Telephone Cails/

1992. 6x9, 160pp, Maxfrefe^ soft cover.

TUNE IN ON TELEPHONE CALLS: $12.95

(ORDER NUMBER 55092)

THE MUCKRAKER'S MANUAL
Handbook For Investigative Reporters
byM. Harry

The Muckrskfir's Manual
* itto single finest book ever
written cn Investigative
reporting.

Anyone can use the
professional Information-
gathering scorots in this book.
Loam tow to dg out the dirt on
anyone. Veteran investigative
reporter M. Harry cuts through
al the P/ baloney about
•journalism' and shows j’Ou
what investigative reporting is
really all about — and how you
can do It yourself. Topics
covered In this excellent
manual Include: • What kinds
of information be most
damaging to your target •
Where Io look tor this
information • How to develop

•¡riskle' sources • Ruses to use In cbtanng confidential information •

The best interviewng techniques • Infltraton — by phone, by mail and m person • Dcreloprig special sources • How to analyze and chart your Information • Pitfafe to avoid • Haw to protect your confidential sources • How to make sure your information is accurate • Using etoclrcric databases for investigations • Harry's Laws — inside fps from a real hves^'gator • An extensive tibiegraphy of sources • Anri much, much more!

The Muckraker’a Manual & a true cassis! Find out anything you want to know about anyone you want to know about The Muckrakar's Manual teVi you how!

tSS4, 5H x6H, 148 pp. iffuitrsted, softcover.

THE MUCKRAKER S MANUAL: $12.95
(ORDER NUMBER 55072)

BAIL ENFORCER
TThe Advanced Bounty Hunter
by Bob Burton

I fc.’Ur.f xrJ rUnr; Hrier

No prey is as wily and
dangerous as a hunted man. It
lakes a special breed, equally
cunring. Io track the fugitive
down, capture h'rn and bang him
to justkxi. It takes a professional
bounty hunter.

Bob Burton is coo of the most
sixcossfii and feared bounty
hunters in America. As a lolow-
up to his bost-seling book.
Bounty Hunter^ Burton goes
beyond the nuts-and-bofe at the
tor-enforcement profession and
shares the subtiu details of the
trade that only someone who has
hunted humans cn toe streets,
dcrAn aitayt;, and into drug tons

could krxxiv. Yct/B get toe ns de stony cn cblalnng an arrest contract,
the right cblhing for a bust, hunting tricks of the trade, surveillance fps,
working with toe police, hazards of weapons and toe use of (featfy
force, your arrest and how to avc*d it and much more.

The text is highlighted with photos ard stories from Burton's thou-
sand of arrests. Appendices include necessary forms and ihreo in-
vabebb. hard-to-ebtain fegal stucies documenting the jxccoddnts of
ptast court decisions cegardng the bail enforcement p<ofassion.

1990, x 6H, 216 pp. tttuMntoO, soft cover.

BAIL ENFORCER: $16.95
(ORDER NUMBER 55080)

HOW TO GET ANYTHING ON ANYBODY—BOOK II
The Encyclopedia of Personal Surveillance
by Lee Lupin

From electronic Surveiftitnee fo Databank Cracking— it's AH Here!

  • AUDIO SURVEILLANCE. Equipment professional tricks. and more.

  • ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS AND HARD-WIRING PbOlC<> and operation notes on the super secret CIA fine wire kit. and rrore.

  • ACCESSIBLE HIGH LEVEL BUGS AND TAPS. Tl* hottest items available, operating tips, sources and suggesions. and more.

  • RECORDERS. TTe nones! government undercover recorders and whore to gel act-alkes lor tocusands of dollars loss, and more.

  • THROUGH WALLS The art of sccng and hearing through sold wate. plus a brand new material that works as a hidden mfcrephone. and more.

  • INTELLIGENCE KITS. Sexy spy MU and do-4 yourself systems. and morn.

  • RECEIVERS. SCANNERS AND THE RF SPECTRUM. How to hkfo transmitters, how to set up and run listening porJs. and more.

  • THE PHONE COMPANY How to lap a pheno with no equipotent, phantom phone taps, and more.

  • OBTAINING CONFIDENTIAL PHONE COMPANY INFORMATION. Unlisted numbers, new CNA's. and morn.

  • CELLULAR TELEPHONE OPERATIONS AND INTERCEPTS. Hw to eavesdrop cn any cellular, anytime, anywhere, and more.

  • VIDEO SURVBLLANCE, Spectel cameras and trick lenses, and mere.

  • NIGHT VISION. A tow cost alternative to IM startght scope, and mere.

  • HOW TO TAIL ANYONE ANYWHERE. FOOtteutO teiirg tactics, and more.

  • SURVEILLANCE PHOTOGRAPHY. High Speed. low light, hdden camera, document copying. and more.

  • SOURCES. Over 200 suppliers of sirvellance and counter- measures equipment. and more.

  • COMPUTER CRACKING. A brand now. ready made, Inexpcnsrvc unit lliat will read wry computer from hundreds ol leert away, and more.

  • INFORMATION TRACKING. Thousands of databases hotting personal. financial. and 'private' information on literatty everyone, and nxxo

How To Get Anything On Anybody — Hook # is a must fof anyone interested In ths very latest in the folds of survellance and counter-surveillance. Order you- copy today.

1991, 8H x 11, 232pp. iffuttnrfed, soft covor.

HOW TO GET ANYTHING ON ANYBODY BOOK H: $35.00
(ORDER NUMBER 55067)

THEY WRITE THEIR OWN SENTENCES
The FBI Handwriting Analysis Manual

An endorsement on a chock, a signature on a letter, a scrawled note cn a memo pod everything you set down cn paper creates a uriqus image. These images can be traced, analyzed and reconstructed, reveling evkfence urtw.n by the naked eye.

The FBI Laboratory* Document Section specialzes to the study ol handwriting. typewriting. rubber stamps, seals, printing methods, watermarks. oblteraticnr.. altcrab'ons. and charred paper. This manual reveals the rang« of methods used by investigators to follow tha elusive trail, drawing on examples from actual cases In the FBI ftes Involving forgery, bad check passing, extortion, murder, and fraud

Sophsbcnted methods of physical and chemical analyse. infrared and ultraviolet photography, microscopic analysis, and ether techniques ar© described here, as well as Ite procedure used by investigators to fink together series of related crimes. They Write Their Own Sentences reveals the little bits of information that, when rcconstnKted. can seed many an othcrwxo successful criminal to jar

1937, 5X8. 58 pp, Wuitrstrd, soft covor.

THEY WRITE THEIR OWN SENTENCES: $8.00

(ORDER NUMBER 55069)

HOW TO USE THE FEDERAL F.O.I. ACT

AND THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974

A Citizen's guido on using the Freedom of
Information Act and the Privacy Act of 1974
to request government records

Find out last what government agendas have in trier files about you. your activities, your associations ard anything else some snoop/ investigator found 'of interest.’ It's not always easy doaling with government bureaucracies, but this tellnitive guide spalls cut the quick- and-easy ways of getting dlrectiy Io your targets of inquiry.

The task Is made rranagcab’e by a step-by-step prosenlaton, from Initial tetters (serrplos included) to appeal forms (samples ftteo prcrvkfed}. Details cn foes tb-ol can to charged, as wel as the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of various federal agencies are given. Everything you rood to know is spelod out in easily undersisndabe language. Al the 'exemptions' are spoiled out giving the reader a dear prosentaton for dcaSng with the beast of governmental secrecy. Recent court decisions complete the analysis of how tte ordinary citizen can take on the btiraaixz^Qs. if you over thought the government was keeping rites on you. hero is the indispensab’te gukfo you need to hrd out tor sure.

1987, 8U x 11, 62 pp, soft cover.

HOW TO USE THE FEDERAL F.OJ. ACT
ANO THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 55074)

SATELUTE SURVEILLANCE

by Ha raid Hough

Once the exduwo tod of
governments, salcllte tcchno'ogy is
now available) to anyone who knows
how to use it Using actual satellite
photos, alp I Ui diagrams and Simple
language, Satellite SutvetfeiK*
explores the many commercial uses for
satellite imagery, irxiudlng:

  • Land and water navirpuon

  • Pest control

  • Zoning and tend use planning

  • Fghtng forest Tires

  • Mapping

  • Investing in commodities

  • Tax assessment
    • Pollution control
    • Environmental monitoring
    • Hsbtat creation and protection

  • Oil ard gald exploration

  • Organizing disaster rnlof

  • Bufdng ronCb. bodges and dams

  • Earthquake preparation

  • Crop damage assessments

  • And much more.

Satetiitc Surveillance gr/os you access to this powerful technology. You wil team where to buy satehte images. You will learn how to enhance and interpret them to bring cut the exact Information you need. And you wil also learn huw to hide from The eye in tho sky.’

Satellite SurveiUence is fto essent^l reteronco for ervi engineer», farmers, c^y planners, insurance companies, envuenmentafsta. geologists, freight carriers, investigative reporters — and arryonc eancGTztl wilh the uses 8PiJ abuses Cf salc'llti? inchndcgy.

199f, SHxSH, 192 pp. !Xu9trsted, color photos, soh cover.

SATELLITE SURVEILLANCE: $21.95
(ORDER NUMBER 58075)

Sate/Me Surveillance was named one of the Outstanding Academic Books of the Year by Chaco magazine, a publication of the American Library Association.

HOW TO GET ANYTHING ON ANYBODY
State of Art Investigation/Surveillanco Techniques
From the World’s Best Intelligence Organizations
by Lee Lapin

This took Is a giant
consumer's gudc to the
latest surveillance oqup-
mont and techniques. Th©
author's previcu!; book was
banned ^together by the
British Government and
earned him threats both
from the FBI and the U.S.
Attorney General. How To
Get Anything On Any-
body
is recommended for
law enforcement agencies,
private deteclK’OS. mam-
bars ot Ito Intel» gence
community. and just plan
private dozens concerned
with foaming the tech-
nique*. methods and
equipment used In ntet-
Ignnco gatharng and
survoitarce operations.

Among the topics covered are: ■ A consumer's gu'cfo to elnclroric surreilarxxj equipment. Actual skfo-b/skfc tests, price compar-sons and sources tor the smallest, tho best, tho most exotic ard least ex- pc.nsvn ’Cogs’ available. ■ Easy sources fee the CIA chemrcel that lets you road nghx through arry envelope and nen disappears a trace? Ptoc? About $1.00... ■ Listening through wats: Dtos the Bierac Ear exist? A side-by-side examination of sloven (tariccs that can put sound out of thn air and even through thek walls. ■ Four exports tel their pet ways to bug any target, pkts how to avoid suivoilancc. ■ Eleven bugs that are not detectable by any moans! ■ Specie ©valuations Of every t>pe of counter measure oqupmcnl. Do dead bugs reaty tell lies? A look at the non-linear junction detector. Ito TRD — is it the ultimate answer fee beating telephone tapa? Secure phenes: the ex- ccut.vn duam. The aizbcc boots the two t>pus on toe market with some surprising conclusions Understanding scramblers — choosing Ito best system for you ard how to boat □ Io! of them... ■ And much more, in- ctadng hard-to-find information on skip tracing, lock picking, investiga- trve and surveifanco lectmicues, and much more!

An ADC news reporter dubt«*J this book ’possbty the most clangorous book ever published.’ Order your copy today!

/.W. SH x 11. 263pp. Nteetrsted, soft corn.

HOW TO GET ANYTHING ON ANYBODY: $30.00
(ORDER NUMBER 58025)

OBTAINING YOUR PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR'S UCENSE
by Orlon Agency. Inc.

Private investigator. Private detective. Do th*se terms bring forth visions of daring car-chase scenes, shoot-outs ard knock-down. dragout fights? WatcNng TV shews and movies doalng w.*h Pls can be entertairing, but they won't give you any loads on tow to become a gumshoe

At tost, hero is an up-to-date. slate-by-ateta gude to ouTIring tho requirements needed for beoorring a private Irwestlgator or socunty guard. Find cut about ^duration and experience requirements, exams. Hoons© duration. ID and badges, licensing and insurance fees, firearms rcstnetons. and more.

1'255, Sli x SU, 60 pp. soft cover.

OBTAINING YOUR

PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR'S LICENSE: $8.00

(ORDER NUMBER 55055)

SPY GAME
Winning Through Super Technology
by Scott French and Lee Lapin

Formerly titled AV£?
1990. ths is tto tong
awaited sequel to two of
the most popUar Intali-
gencorin’/ftstigahvQ books
ever puWstod. The Big
Brother Game
and How To
Get Anything On Anybody!
Spy Game
Is tho uhmate
retemne© source fee any-
eno interested n survei-
lance, ntollgcnco. shadow
bring, self datum©. tratf-
tfonat ninja techniques ard
tccto. detective work. or
pst self survr.’at in today's
world.

Partial contents Include:
• Electronic voce chang-
ers

  • Urusuel Alarm ord
    socunty devices

  • No* methods for climbng slick surfaces

  • Interestng posons and potions

  • Camouflage and recognition

  • Bea: ng psyctok><}icai tests

  • Surreptitious infrared audio moritoring — the very latest trick In oavosdroppng

  • Using lock codes for prrrste communioalicns

  • Now techniques for finding and deteaSng electronic surveillance devices

  • A cheap, but effecthte. anti-tep device

  • How to duplicate expensive ccurirx. electronic surveltanco. undercover cop. ard repeater bncfoascs tor toss money

  • Remote optical surveifance — an unusual device that arws eptfcat taring and targeting <y/er great distances

  • How to buld year own rrotrin survailanzc van • High ard low technology in tho art of surveillance • Pcokog: toor opec keyheting ♦ vision devices

♦ Cordtoss ard mobile ph'jrvj details

♦ Lia detector tostng and countermeasures

♦ Laser commuricatons

♦ And much, much more! 119 Sections»

The secrets ot tho Utra-tcch wamors of the 1990s — now revealed for you to use!

1965, 9x 12.503pp. Kfustndcd, softcover.

SPY GAME: $35.00

(ORDER NUMBER 55070)

TOP SECRET: A CLANDESTINE OPERATOR'S
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
by Bob Burton

Spy dust BUMUTT. cryptography, COSMfC TOP SSCHST — team (he meaning of these and over EO3 mere terms of ntcfnatjonal espionage. Avaiable to the public for tba frst lima, this A to Z of spy jargon Includes al tto most up-to-date terminology felted not just to Ito CIA, but to unccmenlicoaI warfare erd spcciA' operations, codas and cl- ptiecs, security and tite Intollgnnco community in general.

Every inteligenco snrvtoo around tto worid wil make this must reading for theY operatves. Ham is your key to understanding world events. Appervdces <x>ver eddticnel relevant Information on intclbgcrco operations.

rWi xSH, 136pp, son cover.

TOP SECRET: $10.00

(ORDER NUMBER 55054)

WHEN IN DOUBT CHECK HIM OUT
A Woman's Survival Guide for the 90s
by Joseph J. Culligan

1,789.20) wtyr.w? w/B battered by their boyfriends during a recent 5-year period (Bureau of Justice statistics)

<r Ho** much alimony doos ho pay? O How much chid support doos ho pay? <• Did ho rcaly graduate from ccficgc?

<r What assets docs he own? <• Docs his divorce lite say he test his wife? ❖ Is ho a! that he darns to bo?

Now Jersey: A 27-yea'-c4d woman is viciously beaten and raped by her ive-in boyfriend. He was on probation for attempted manslaughter of his ex-wMe.

MicNgan. A 53-year-ofd widow reports her lover is overdue from a weekend fishing trip. She then teams he hss withdrawn nearly all the money from the* font checking account. Poice teil her ro one by his name ever existed.

Morida: A tether loams Ns daughter's 1Unc4o has throe wives. The fanctio is subsequently arrested for bigamy and lergery of marriaga records.

Texas: Two young chiklrcn of a dr.orcod woman are Hied in a car sodden* caused by her boyfriend whose license was twice suspended for D’JI charges.

Could these tragedies have been presented with an inexpensive badground investigation?

From the Preface:

The informatian that ts provided in just cna chapter can possibly save you from the physical or mental abuse of a potential male who had a hbtoiy of violence and dishonesty. When ycu read Iho infocmaticn contained in dvorce files fourd n Chapter 2. I am sure you will a(yee this bcok is a tx>od place to start in order to prevent invovernent with that wrong 'Mr. Right' ...In this book. I will ahow you methode to use to find an ¡rdivduara Social Security number and ho* to use a company (used by law enforcement, governments, pekate Investigators ard attorneys) to run a background check on that number so you wil be ab’e to see what addresses re has cared 'tome* in past years. You win read About fho valuabta types of court records, licenses and reports that will enable ycu to know a trtllo more about year friend.' I ho point e vary simple. Because you ara roaring this took, you are no** h too frame of mind to save ycursclf years cA financial woes or physical .md mental .abuse by being aggressive and find ng out what h\i realty is. After ycu road The Trouble VAth Boytr-ends’ article at the end of Chapter 6. ycu win get a jolt that will gtvo you the Impetus to taka charge and Investgate.'

Sooo... When n doubt, check hrn out.

1923, Sti x 814, 352pp, Muxuasad, »off cow.

WHEN IN DOUBT CHECK HIM OUT: $19.95

(ORDER NUMBER 55094)

REQUIREMENTS TO BECOME A P.I. IN THE 50 STATES AND ELSEWHERE
A Reference Manual

Written & Compiled by Joseph J. CulUgan

This is too most comprehensive and
complete reference manual available giving
you needed information about the licensing
requirements in all 50 states. all Canadian
provinces, as well as Guam, and the Virgin
(stands.

The bock includes addresses where you
can write to obtan a complete licensing
requremenl package and other relevant infor-
mation. Ycu will see that some stales do not
have ary statewide icensmg requirements,
whereas other slates have a rigorous
screening process for applcants. A must-have book for anyone interested n toccmhg a private investigator.

1992, 5M x 8M, $74 pp, tthrttratrd, »oftcow.

REQUIREMENTS TO BECOME A P.L IN THE 50 STATES AND ELSEWHERE: $19.95
(ORDER NUMBER 55095)

A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO : PHOTOGRAPH INTELLIGENCE

by Harold Hough

With an inexpensive
camera, you can take
Surveillance photographs
that are nearly as gcod as
Itose coding governments
millions of dollars.

A Practical Guide to
Photographic Intelligence
to a gude to taking and
interpreting survellance
photographs. Using actoel
spy photos and helpful
^lustra tions, this book will
show you haw Io:

■ Pton a photographic suf-
veifance assignment

■ Taka useful photographs
of objects miles away,
and determine ther exact
dimension

■ Read (fixumonu that
haw been tamed to

ashes

■ Develop him anywhere, anytime, usng minimal equpment

■ Um aarial photography to spy co distant targets

■ Use infrared photography to capture rnagos that would ocherwso benvisible

■ Legally use survedtanze photographs ftx commercial purposes

■ And much more, inebrirg rccorrmcndalisns for film and oqupment. ard haw Iha government uses high-tech sur/cilancn methods to get around your Fourth Amerxlmcn* guaranloo against inroascoaNo searches.

Although photographic inteligenoo can llvealen cur freedom, it can also protect IL We often associate intellpence with governments, but it can be used against them. Oucside the obvious uses in guerrilla warfare. we can use pboicgraphc inteligence in peacetime to cut away Vie veil of secrecy that crooked politfclans and bureaucrats use to hide theif actions. Although txwk deals rnainy with m’litary subjects, the same technique® can used to track the civilian sectors of government.

Chapters rr.Uda:

■ Bastos ct Photographic totellrx»nce

■ Equpmont

■ Planning the Photograph

■ PbotorynpNng

■ Mittary Targets

■ Commercial Intcltgcrtoe Targets

■ Documenting the Photographs

■ Collecting Adrihcnal Information

■ Ccpytn g Documents

■ Acral Photography

■ infrared Photography

■ Choosing the Right FiTn

■ Devote ping the Film

■ Measurement and Resolution

■ Photographic Interpretation

■ Ard mrjch mere, ncljdng photographic rcs'.riclicns h ptooe in van* cus foreign countries

A Practical Guide to Photographic /nte/iigence is an essential book not only tor spies, but for businesses Icokhg to gel a jump on the competition, fc< attorneys verifying claims, tor private investigators and poltoo officers, for investigative reporters and celebrity photographers — even for those concerned they may be the victim of photographic intotigoncc.

1200, StS x 814, 142pp, Htoxtrattd, f off cow.

A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO

PHOTOGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE: $14.95
(ORDER NUMBER 55082)

SHADOWING AND
SURVEIUANCE

Ur twl R«pp

SHADOWING AND SURVEILLANCE
A Complete Guidebook
by Burt Rapp

Want 10 tail srxntecdy without them
knowing, or conduct a slako-out? Here Ie
o no-nonsense gudn Io stvxtoAfng and
survattanco techniques, with tho
emphasis cn do-it-yourself arto tow-
support methods!

Topics covered in detail mciude: ♦
Fact vs. Helton In surveilla roe — it atot
like the rnevies • What a prh'atc citizen
can do — including several advantages
you have over tte police • Tailng cn
foot: Loose tails, close tails, and rough
tare — ate when each should be used •
Automobile tailing — stone and with
partners • Decoys. dsgulse. and de-
ception • How Io condjcl a physical

search without your subject finding out • Photographic surveilancc
cameras and equipment to r both day and night • Stake ouls: Observa-
tion posts and fixed survoilance • Rural observation posts secret
surveillance in live country • Electronic survcifanco bugging and
telephone tapping • A chapter on how io tose a tail If you ere being
folowed — how to tell if you are being folowed. and several surefire
methods to shako any tail. cither on loot or In an aulomcWe • And
much, much more.

Professional survcilancc operatives, pobzte officers, and the private
citizen alke can all learn from this cxcctont manual. If you want to keep
labs co an unfarttiki spouse, a dishonest employee, or a business
competitor, ths information you need to know to do it right is h Shad-
owing And Surveillance: A Complete Guidebook.
And if pu what to
find out if ycu are under surveillance, you wil find that n hero. too.

1936, 514x314, 136 pp, Wustnitod, son cover.

SHADOWING AND SURVEILLANCE: $14.96

(ORDER NUMBER 55052)

SEX CRIMES INVESTIGATION
A Practical Manual

by Burt Rapp

Sexcrimes!All sorts of sex crimes arn m
the news tod*y — more than ever before.
For some time, there has been badly
needed a bock to help police officers (and
otters Invoked) investigate such crimes.
Now. Burt Rapp has produced such a
volume. The emphasis in Sex Crimes
investigation
is on practical matters, net
philosophy. law. or politics.

Tcptos covered indude: • Sex as a
movre tor murder • Pornography —
rteterto and realty — different kinds of
pornography and where they ore sdd •
Tte 'Snuff' Film — a popular myth de-

bunked • Rapfl - first, second ard third-degree rapes spouse rape • Prostitution — other crimes relating to prostitution • Use of Ite mails — sex clubs and sex-related scams • Computer Sex networks — sexual 'bulletin boards' • Miscolbneom Scx-rcfatod offenses animal contacts fomcaticn —cbsccno language — telephone callers • And much more, ¡r&jGrQ an important chapter on rape preventicn, tew to dovetop and exploit information sources, and a complete Glossary of terms useful In sox crimes investigation.

Sox Crimes investigation A a tock ro modern pole* officer can afford to be wthoul. This fine professional manual wil also be of interest to anyone interested n sax enmes and their Investigation — hghly reccm mended.

1963, SH x6H. 196 pp, ptosxary, soft cmt.

SEX CRIMES INVESTIGATION: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 55071)

UNDERCOVER
WORK

A Corrplcic tlt^ibook

V/ Run R*yp

UNDERCOVER WORK
A Complete Handbook
by Burt Rapp

Undercover? Utec-rco’.'cr opera-
tions and their relation to the tech-
niques Of espicnajge have acquired a
rrr>‘SlkqL>3 and image of glamour that
Overshadows how buy grimy they
often are. and the abuses that can
result from (ham. tn reality, an under-
cover operation A
a tool, morally neutral, and It la Ite
people using the tod wte make it
worthwhile or sleazy. This book will
ctor up the mlsccnoepltons and give
the real Inside si cry cn undercover
operations and how to conduct them.

Contents include: • A complete
glossary of undercover terms and
what they moan • The strange and

bizarre world cf undercover operations • Actual case histories of real-
life undercover operations • Undercover work and the law — what ycu
can and can’t da legally ♦ Tte seven qualities- a good undercover
operative must have • How to recruit undercover agents — and the
problems wr.h the hirirg of ox-cops • A quick and inejpentwo training
program for undercover oporeltves • Briefing and debriefing the
undercover agent • How an undercover agent estaMshos his co\'«r —
six vital details • Ddecent typos of assignments employee ttett.
narcotics, and mor o • How to avoid detection and what to da if your
cover is blown • How pclrca pay informors • How po»ce protect
Intormors — and why they will ’burn’ informers lo teip iter own
careers • Tte best weapons to cany on an undorcovar asslgnrr^nt •
How to terminate an undercover assignment • How to Is4 If undercover
agents have irVitra'.ed your estabtshrnem and what to do abcut it •
And much, mixh mnm»

All in all. Burt Rapp's Undercover Work A Ite single best bock ever
written on the subioct — highly recommended!

103S, $14 x 314, 143pp. xo/f cover.

UNDERCOVER WORK: $12.95

(ORDER NUMBER 55053)

BOUNTY HUNTER

by Bob Burton

foreword by Ralph "Papa" Thorson

Adventure is his job; money is

his rewa'd. He's a professional
bcuntyman and ha slakr. the mast
dangerous ol al prey — a wanted
man. Here is the txisnr.ss of
bounty huntng tokl by a pro.

Learn how to gat your first }sb as
a bail bondsman’s agent, tew to
track a fugitive when tte tral
scorns ©old, tew to arrest him as
paacanby ns possibto and turn him
over to ttio polioo. Acquiring the
necessary tods, subduing fugtrves,
and more, including a state by-slate
list d tte laws cl bounty hunting.

•No body, no booty,' is tte motto
of ne modem bounty hunter. Like
hs Wild Wcot counterpart, te
tracks the bail fugitive, arrests him

in tho name of justice and surrenders him to the poice — ar for Cie love
ol money. Wilh an estimated s« rrdlico bail Jumpers waging tte streets
(over 300.0C0 h Now York City atone), bounty hunting is a goto mme for
Ite smart and daring MvtoUal.

W4. Mx6?f, 13$pp, Mustrofed, son cover.

BOUNTY HUNTER: $12.00
(ORDER NUMBER 55045)

KMrwcovrr 8XF1 DKCICX

LICENSE PLATE BOOK
The Hidden Letter and Number Codes
on Plates Unknown to the Public
But Used by Police
by Thomas C. Murray

LICENSE £
PLATE.,.»

Idont^-ng lizorco plates and
their many codec is a skill valuable
to any mvesogator. License plates
havo hidden meanings which can
bo recognized by law enforcement
and motor vehicle authorities. Ths
book explains how slates and
provinces code their bates. so you.
like the authorises. will be able to
look at a license plate and te* l such
things as: • In what courty a
vohicio is registered • Occupaton
of the owner • Special plates and
what they mean • Age. weght and
vehicle use reslrttons • Her
to
recognize a rented car • State.
City, Federal Govamm-cnt. and
Diplomatic codes • Indan tribes •

Firs? initial of the owner's last name or birth month • and much more.

The License Piste Book also tells you how to trace the name and
addxss of a vehicle owner by the plate number. The pot co in ovory
state know these codes, and use Item dafy. Wow you can know and
use thorn. Ico! Al yru need is a copy Of the ¿taw.? Plato Book. tho
one ccmpJote. auihccilatve gude to code. In every slate. An
irr.
aluabta adtftion to the library Of every Investigator and researcher!

199T. 5H x SH, 127pp. litvstraled hardcover.

LICENSE PLATE BOOK: $12.05

(ORDER NUMBER 61136)

LIP READING MADE EASY
by Edward B. Nltchle

UP

MADE EASY

EDWARD B. NITCHIE

  • Bo .n creative srx>cp!

  • Loam important secrets!

  • Boat the TV censors!

  • listen’ n cn conversations
    you can’t bear!

  • Outsmart your Mends — and
    enemlosf

Hore’s a little known James
Bond type skill you will be
interested in loam ng. Fnd cut
what deals are nw^beng made
over eoemngly casual lunches.
Eavesdrop to your heart's content!
Find cut what people realty think
ol ycu. Learn secrete - secretly!
Now ycu can say 1 hoard It first.*
even betore you hoar ¡r

Edward B. Nitchte taught

literally thousands of people to read lips. His easy-to-use illustrated method enables ycu to become a creative spy in just a low short lessons.

Topics covered Include:

  • Poscons taken by Iha lips in enunciating the various Engish sounds — with complete ittoslrarions

  • How to pmctica with your friends

  • How to use a rnrrar Io practice

  • Iha Do’s and Don’ts of Ip reading

  • And much mono

Up Reading Made Easy k a gocd addition to our series cn spying, snooping, eavesdropping and undercover & clandestine eperatdns.

1902, 3H x OH, Wpp, M/st/aMl sort cover.

LIP READING MADE EASY: $7.95
(ORDER NUMBER 55046)

INVESTIGATIVE METHODS
FOR WHITE COLLAR CRIME
Edited by William B. Moran

INVESTIGATIVE
METHODS FOR
WHITE COLLAR
CRIME

Originally prepared by the U.S.
Department of Justice. In ve stiffs’
five Methods Por White Collar
Crime
reveals n data I how
government agents gaTicr- informs-
ticn. dewfop evidence, and how
they plan for search arri seizure.
What mey look tor during searches,
bow they ’link* one suspect to
another, arri how shady financial
transactions arc uncovered — all
are dvuiged by Moran, with
¡Lustrations.

Tepes covered include:

  • Why search warrants are better
    than a subpoena

  • How government agents can
    seize items not ksted cn tho
    search warrant.

  • What they can learn frem golrg through your trash.

  • How government agents can question your errptoyoos.wrthcut having to notify anyone of their right to remain slent.

  • The complete checklist used by prosecutors in drawing up search warrants — with sample lustrations c4 actual search warranto. How searches can be made withotA warrants.

  • Die of undercover investigators end consent rocordngs.

  • Tables of potential sources of Inkxmation tor white collar crime investigators.

  • And much more, including sample Investigations showng how evidence is gathered and suspects are linked to each other.

Investigative Methods For White Collar Crime Is tasclnating road ng. RodOmihSriddd to snyw interested in Invostigatans and government activities.

19*$, StixtH, 112 pp. iHusteated, softcover.
INVESTIGATIVE METHODS

FOR WHITE COLLAR CRIME: $7.95
__________________ (ORDER NUMBER 58028)___________________

HOW TO INVESTIGATE

YOUR FRIENDS AND ENEMIES

by Louis J. Rose

One of the best to our Inn of
investigative techniques bocks. How to
investigate your Friends and Enemies
tells ycu how to:

♦ cultivate the baits used by prorate
detectives to get important Information
frem people

♦ uncover information from car Itoenese
platos. even in states where scenses are
not public records

♦ traco a business through its Me span
just as you can track a person

♦ ccnslruct the lifest/*. physical charac-
teristics and financial tistory of friends,
business assoSales. or enemies

♦ and much more, all of it dene largely by

using only pub'x: records open to anyone!

Chapters octode: Investigating Real Estate: Find ng the Hridcn Owners; Evaluating Tipsters; Understanding Pubic Francos; Inveshgatng a Business; Freedom of Information Act. and much more. Recommended for anyone^ ibrary of pcofessional irwestigattve mulhxfc.

19M Sx 9, 127pp, muxiretod. sort cover.

HOW TO INVESTIGATE

YOUR FRIENDS AND ENEMIES: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 55040)

THE "TOP SECRET” REGISTRY
OF U.S. GOVERNMENT
RADIO FREQUENCIES
by Tom Kneltel, K2AES

Want io eavesdrop on
B*g BmCher?

TNs unqixi book has 240
pages of hard-to find data of
Interest to all seamer users,
including station locations,
cal signs and coded identi-
fications. codo names used
for specific frequencies. info
on suiYoittanoo and "bugs."
scramblers. the UHF aero
band (225 to 400 MHz) info
on focforal statton monitoring
In the 1930s. and pictures of
federal QSt cards.

Moro than 50. 000
listings!!!

Hero is a partial Istrng Of
agencies included: • FBI •

Secret Service • CIA • Federal Prisons • Alcohol. Tobacco A Firearms • Drug Enforcement • Immigration • Army ♦ Air Force • Marinos • Space Shoes • NASA • Environmental • Forestry • FCC ♦ Border Patrcf • Dept, of Justice • Treasury • U.S. Marshall • teuclear RcgUatory Commtsston Coast Guard • Navy • Satalftes • Postal Scrvkxt ♦ FAA ♦ National Parks • White House Staff • And much, much morn.

Ths erition a’so lists frequencies used by many major government contractors from the private sector — especialy those working in aerospace, awnics. eloctrodcs. missiles. ordnance, aviation, shp- Ouildng. scientific rosoarch. etc. An expanded introductory section detvas deeper Inw unraveling the my&tertes of federal station monf.oring a rd lets you how and where to discover adaiicn.nl stations!

Author Tom Kneltef has spent many years marrtoring ard expiring these •secret’ frequencies. Now you have tiro chance to share his private data files! This bock is an absolute must for firry mongering installation! Dent Ixj without it!

1993, 6K x 11. ZSSpp. over 50,000flstings, softcover.

THE “TOP SECRET* REGISTRY OF

U.S. GOVERNMENT RADIO FREQUENCIES: $21.95
(ORDER NUMBER 55022)

ARSON

The Complete Investigator's Manual

Arson is America's fastest
growing crime. Hero is a com-
plete gude the arsen investi-
gator can utilize at a fire- scene
Id help bring these faceless
criminals Io justice, h’s all here:
Hi© initial procedures at the
scene; interviewing checkfsts
for fire fighters, witnesses,
owners and occupants; ferreting
cut teitate insurance and
financial ’red flags’ that indicate
arsen-kx -profit; exhaustive

sources of information from city,
county, stalo and federal
scurcos; and marc.

A valuable resource for
polco. private and insurance
Investigators. or anyone wrth an
interest In solid dctect'/o work.

1990. 5HxW. 176pp, soft cover
ARSON: $15/10

(ORDER NUMBER 55031)

ARSON

THE
COMPLETE
INVESTIGATOR'S
MANUAL

CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION SOURCES

Public and Private
Second Edition
by John M. Carroll

Anyone trUy corcernod with their privacy shoUd add the new edition c4 this took to the* Ibra/y. Considered an essential referenoe for corporate security officers, private Irr/estigators aod pecsonr^l (fopart moots. Confidential information Source# te a stunningly detailed gude to exaevy each of tfie data-gcwipg NreewfMfee knows shout each eno of us.

This massive compendium of privacy invasion oxplans exactly haw corporations, crodt bureaus. direct marketers. government agencies ard others colk) cL store ard use al sorts of personal information about us A sampling of the contents includes:

  • Personal Records (Filing practices & procedures; Acquisition of information; Exchange of informatton; Personal information and Jie law)

  • Credit Reporting Agencies (EquZax; Insurance services; Health professional: MorcanUo credit reporting agencies; Cun & Bradstreet)

  • Law Enforcement Information Systems (International police systems; National police Information systems; Canadian Pciicc Information Center; Pdico information in the United Kingdom; State and Municipal police systems; Breaking into law enforcement files; Fingerprints; Handwriting; Property klonttticatioci; Intelligence investigations; Pole© records access)

  • Credit Card Security (Bank cards; Wireloss wiretapping; Gasolhe cards; Travel 3 entertainment cards; Air travel cards; American Express; Charge account cards)

  • Motor Vehicle and Other Government Records (California OMV; Manitoba MVB; Britain’s dnver and vehicle fitos; Problems with motor vehklo records; Census bureaus; MQtary records)

  • Medical Records (Adverse effects on the individual; Present climate concerning disclosure; Pressure tor medical Intonnation; Proposed Wormaficrt systems: Existing ¿Mabanks)

  • Student Records (Public school records systems; Urv/ersty records; Probtems of tmo-sharnd computing; Can there bo Information security?)

  • Personnel Investigations (Backgrounding; Positive vcttrig; Polygraphing; Vocc stress evakjatton: Profiling; Organizational Investigations; Applicant investigative summary; Special Investigative services; The private investigator's ’hot ine')

  • And Much More!

TNs book reveals the amazng array of methods used to capture and Store Infrxmaton about oix pnvata M/es. The author also explains ways lo secure pnvacy. IncUdng various pnvacy taws. For those who want Id safeguard their privacy — or for Hose who need to dig out informatton co people — Confidential Information Sources will quickly become the most overworked book in >our library.

1991, 606pp. 6H x 9H, ittus/ntted, indexed, hardcover.

CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION SOURCES: $52.95
(ORDER NUMBER 55038)

PROTECTIVE SERVICES
US Army Military Police School

TZv President Of The United States Is one of tho most heavily- guarded persons cn tio planet. An army of protection professionals are assigned to Nm. Including advance mon. site security professionals and personal body guards, all backed by emergency response teams and local law er/xxeomont. Yet President Reagan was sho! by a waeked-OiX kid wito a revolver.

TNs proves that no matter what precautions are taken or Iyjw many poopfe are assigned to tha task, the safety ol any client fe not guaranteed. The oriy thing a professional txxlypjard can do is be SS prepared as possible.

Protective Services is not some fcttonal account of the glamorous Irie of a bodyguard. This manual was prepared by ne U.S. Army Mlltaiy Poico School as part of the training for police escorts, it contains information and lochnjqixjs used by the Secret Service, Stale Department and U.S. Marshall Service in the protection of diplomats and other high-ranking officials.

Tire information presented here la designed to bo used by one- person or small protectn-e teams as well as large-scale, muti ur.it efforts. Protective Services Contains Delated lnlcnr.at.cn on procedures as dh-erse as: Guarding whie on foot or in largo crowds.PfCtection in pubic places, Including sports stodums. theaters and churches; Securing private residences. offices. mooting rooms and hotels; Dealing with bomb threats: Defensive driving techniques ard the use of armored vehicles; Driving In molorcados or co small outings; Security when traveling by air, sea or rad; Secure communications including telephones, radio transmssions and dosod orcurt TV.

To help you organize your mission. Protective Services includes worksheets and checklists for al the important tasks. There is a sample Personal Socunty Order, seating charts for air travel baggage security chockltst, and much more, including preferred equipment list for outfitting bodyguards.

Bodyguarding isn't ttxi easy or glamorous job ycu stxi on television. Your life and the Irie of your eflont are always on tho lino. Yc4 99 olX of ICO times everything goes smooth^. Tho bosl you can do is be prepared And oro of the best manuals ever written on protective services is available to you.

1990, SH X 11, 140pp. iffustnrtod. soft cover.

PROTECTIVE SERVICES: $14.95
___________________ (ORDER NUMBER 55078)_____________________

HOW TO LOCATE ANYONE

WHO IS OR HAS BEEN IN THE MILITARY

A Guide to Locating Present, Former and Retired
Members of the Armed Forces, Reserves,
and National Guard
by U, Co/. Richards. Johnson

• Directory of Basa/Post Locators • Directory of Armod Forces World Wide Locators • Directory of Mi&tary, Patriotic and Veterans Organizations • Directory of MUftary (/nd Reunion Associations • Directory of Veterans Softotin Board Locators

Hsre fe some of the- information covered In ths unique bock: How to obtain the unit of assignment, home address and tetophono number of any member of the Army. Navy. Marine Corps. Air Forcn. Const Guard. Ure Reserve Components and National Guard. How to have a letter forwarded to a current, former or retired member of tho Armed Forces. Reserves or National Guard; How to coioct a debt or delinquent child support from a service member;Hcw to have a letter forwarded to any of 27 milon veterans; How to get an active duty senxe member homa in the event of a family emergency or death; How to locate people through the Social Security Administration, tho internal Revenue Service. U.S. Post Office and other stalo and federal agendas; How to locate people through their drivers license or vohado registration; How to locate someone who works for Civil Service; And more. This book explains how to cut through the red tape and the bureaucracy, so you can find the people you are looking for qufckty!

1990, Sfi x If, 92 pp, illustrated, soft cover.

HOW TO LOCATE ANYONE

WHO IS OR HAS BEEN IN THE MILITARY: $12.95
(ORDER NUMBER 61110)

BODYGUARDING:
A Complete Manual

by Burt Rapp

BODYGUARDING
by Burt Rapp

This professional manual is a bow-te-do-lt book on body-guardng. EVeiy aspect of the nuia ard boia of protecting too lite of a diem is discussed in vast detail. Contents Inctode:

□ Protective Theory — avoidance is better than confrontation

□ Threat Assessment — crowds, kidnappers, pranks and nuisances. IndMdual assassins. otc.

□ Determine how venerable your client is—and read fast

□ How assassinations are set up and Irew to avoid llrem

□ How kidnappers and terr crisis choose their targets — and how to keep a tow profile for your ctent

□ Training the bodyguard - which skills are essential — and wlwch are not

□ How Government Bodyguards work — what you can learn from them and how toe* Job differs from yours

□ What kind of people make the best bodyguards and the best clients

O Bricfng tho ckont — what you need Io know about him - and vice versa

□ Security nnd Access Control Systems — protecting tho client at he home base

O Choosing wonpens — the best typos to carry

O Weapon concealment — carrying everything frem handguns Id shoulder *vcapans inconspicuously

□ Body armor — whet it will and wii not do

□ Special Purpose Weapons — knives that will pass through metal detectors, collapsible batons — where to get them and how to use them

O How to bulletproof an automobile

O How to counter ambushes and kidnapping attempts

□ Where bombs are most Italy to be planted

□ An important chapter on how Io bodyguard yourself

□ Legal aspects — licensing, lability, and more

□ And much, much more.

This huge professional manual is U« single finest bock ever written on Bodyguarding.

19SS, Sh xSh, 290pp, fttuatratod. softcover.

BODYGUARDING: $18.95

(ORDER NUMBER 55067)

CRIME AND POLICE SCIENCE

Introduction

For cops and robbers everywhere...

Did you ever wonder how criminals commit crimes? Did you ever wonder how police investigate crimes and apprehend crooks? We've all wondered about things like that, haven't we? And now you can learn the answers to your difficult questions on crime and police science — with the books in this section!

TRICKS OF THE BURGLAR ALARM TRADE

by Mike Kessler

No technical background or relatori
experience « reeded Io understand
every pago of this oxcoiont took. be-
cause It is written in ordtnnry language,
with no contatti) s^nMn.rxs or elec«
lnc.nl thnevy to struggle wf.h.

Tricks of The Burglar Alarm Trade
tods the reader one stop .nt a limo
through a compiale. Inctopth under-
Starting of prctessonai gr,>io burglar
alarm systems, equipment, and
msUNatkXi rrethods. Everything you
need X) knew to ristali and service the
same type of equipment used m costfy
onrrmerclal and rnr.iricnli.il systems is
carefully explained, with ne? assumption
a' previous fochnicd krxzvrfcdco Of
experience.

All of tho separate burglar alarm components, devices. tods ard
techniques used by prolessicnal installers are dearly explained, head-
ing thorough. ilUstrated instructions on applying window foil and in-
stating shunt locks.

Tho technique of ’jumpering* (shading), which is the most common
method used by bun/ars to corrpromtse alarm systems. is revealed in
debdi,
afong with a simple countermeasure for reducing or eliminating
the possibility c4 a system being bypassed This intormaton e ex-
tremely valuable X) anycna who alronriy has a burglar alarm system, or
ntends to install one. This information should be required reading for di
law onforcemcnf officers and members of the private security
profes-

sice.

Es^t of tho dear. Eirrple iluclrafons h this bock e sippcdcd by correspond ng, plain-language text. II yea can rood a newspaper, ycu cen quickly learn the burgSar alarm craft with this bock Whether your interest in burglar alarms is limited to instaling and maintaining >\>ur own system. c< beginning a highty profitable sideline, thfs bock represents a rare opportunity. If you want to learn about burglar alarms, hero’s your chance Io loam from an experienced pro. who has taught dozens of apprentices - and knows how to get tbs information across to you

1964. 6H X 11, 94 pp. Ufuxtrxied, idlcwu

TRICKS OF THEBURGLAR ALARM TRADE: $15.00

(ORDER NUMBER 40035)

ASK ME NO QUESTIONS,
I’LL TELL YOU NO UES
How to Survive Being Interviewed, Interrogated,
Questioned, Quizzed, Sweated, Grilled...
by Jack Luger

Every day. innocent peepto
are grilled by cops, attorneys,
security guard*, crrpbyers, the
media. and a slew
government agents. Even it
yodVe ctone nothing wrorq. ycu
can cauio youfMfl a world of
trouble by giving the wrong
answer.

  • The police want to talk to you
    about your neighbor. Stxx/d
    you cooperate?

  • The cash register is short srd
    you are bong blamed. Do
    you know what your rights
    are when dosing with
    company secure/ people?

  • A job application asks if
    youVa ever boen convicted
    of a crime.

ttow shetfd you respond if you’re an ex-con?

Chapters include: • People Traps • interrogation: The Basic Facts • Types U Interrogators • The Interrogator's Mind-Sot • Techniques of Applying ’Pressuro’ • Deceive Tactics During Irterrpgaticri • Covert Interrogation • Torture • The Polygraph • Prisoners of War • Media Interview* • Depostions and Court Testimony • The Language of Ues • Ard more.

Ask Me No Questions, m Ten You No Lies shows exactly how to protect yourself. You will learn how to hartie polos interrogatons. ho* to respond In job interviews, tow to answer questions n court, hnw io beat tho polygraph. and mere. You wi! team al the tndcs interrogators use Io make ycu talk, and her* to condticn yourself against them. You will team haw to provide answers that will satisfy year interrogators without giving too much away.

II you’re accused, don’t be abused’ Ask Me No Questions, TV Tell You No Lies wil teach you bow to defend yourself.

1991, 5H x 6M, 164 pp, Indexed, soft cover.

ASK ME NO QUESTIONS,

I LL TELL YOU NO LIES; $16.95
(ORDER NUMBER 58072)

COUNTERFEIT CURRENCY

How to Really Make Money
by M. Thomas Collins

Loam bow counlcdeters make
money 1M1 looks, feels. and speeds
Ike th? real thingl Counterfeit Cur-
rency: How To
Realty Mako Money
reveals all the tricks of the counter-
feiter. You wJl team baw
countertenors make bushels of bogus
tolls and ’pass’ them without fear.

Chapters inc/ude:« A Tear Of Ute
Bureau U Printing and Engraving •
Haw the U.S. Government Manufac-
tures Currency • Safeguards Against
Counterfeiting ♦ Basic Printing Tech-
niques Used in Counterfeiting • Pur-
chasing Equipment and Supples •
Setting Up Shop • The Fine Art Of
Counterfeiting Currency • Tbs Ulti-
mate* Counterfeiter • Passing Counter-

feit Money ♦ WiE the U.S. Government Change Ilie Currency* • Ard Morel

Exact counterfeiting tcchnques are sltewn in step-by-step, illustrated detail. Every aspect of printing morey is covered, ¿nctodng inks, paper, negatives, platemukinq techniques, and even a section cn ’aging’ money so it tocks and feels authentic. You wMI toam about an irganous platemaking technique most counterfeiters don't oven knew.

You will see lx»w serial numbers are printed on counterfeit currency, ard learn how counterfeiters matoh the exact shade of irk they need, and even how counterfeiters can fake the red and blue sik-lfco fibers that are ¡n the p*apor of genuine currency.

Our money is just pretty pictures cn paper. Counterfeit Currency: How To Realty Make Money sho^s you jusl how vdneratoe government currency real»/ is!

/AV, SH jc SH, HOpp, iihfsirxled, fffoswy, mtHcvw.

COUNTERFEIT CURRENCY: $15.00
(ORDER NUMBER 40069)

HOW TO COLLECT ILLEGAL DEBTS

by Harold S. Long

HOW TO
CO1ÍCT
ILLEGAL DEBTS

if you are cwnd money for a drug
or gambang debt, ard the deadbeat
wont cough < up. who ya genna call?
In hte latest bosk, veteran criminal
Harold S. Leng discusses everything
you rood to know to set up a busi-
ness collecting Regal debts.

Contents include

THE SYSTEM: tnlroduclcry impros-
atona. clients and subject relation-
ships. ard molhodofogy in coioct-

TYPING A SUBJECT: Iba personali-
ties of tubiects and bpes of debts,
trow they are incurred, oto.

VULNERABILITIES OF A SUB-
JECT: How to determino a sub-
ject's weaknesses to app>y as
leverage to secute payrngix o<

rfebts

FEAR AS A WEAPON: The integrity of fear as a tool in maniptfaling
subjects

LEVEL TWO CONDITIONING: The scccod stage of force and manipu-
lation of subjects not cooperating with ccllccton efforts.

LEVEL THREE CONDITIONING: The third and final stage of condtion-

ing force n the colectton process.

And mom.

1990, $HXSH, 74 pp. softcover.

HOW TO COLLECT ILLEGAL DEBTS: $8.95
(ORDER NUMBER 40057)

COP TALK!

Monitoring Law Enforcement Communications
by Laura E. Quarantlello

COP TALK!

Omtm n n ñwirávs

Many of us pot some of
otr earliest radio kicks
from listening to the pole*
calls just above the top of
tho AM txcodcasl band —
tong before scanners ever
existed. Despite ail the
Changes s-rco than, tuning
in poico calls remans ore
of the most papular
aspects of tee fastening
hobby.

Cop Talk! is an
oxr.totent guides to this
fascinating world — a
gude that goes beyond
pust telling tie reader
where to fasten, to hefc Ute
istener understand what's
heard. Il's at here: Ute
jargcci. the ratio systems,

the soctizns. divisions, squads, and deportments.

Cop Talk!also discusses low proiie monitoring, the laws on Inton-
ing to the law. bow to tone in dispatch. uctical. car-to-car. emergency,
undercover ard talk-around frequencies, bow to set up seamer banks,
uo-scanner mohtoring. 803 MHz. frequency numbering. and mixh
more.

1992, 3H x 11, 79 pp. ittuMraled, soft cow.

COP TALK!: $19.95

(ORDER NUMBER 40030)

THE POUCE SNIPER
A Complete Handbook
by Burt Rapp

Ths polfce manual covers
all aspects of police sniper
operations. Not just Brother
rehash of m?itary texts. The
Police Sniper
is an aVnew
work that deals with the topic
differently from any other book.

Topica covered toctoda:

  • Military Firelighters vs.

Civilian Armed Encounters

  • The Urban Setting

  • Snip ng in the Open Country
    • SWATTac&cs

  • The Felice Sniper's Hole

  • Snpng Techniques

  • Barrdaded Suspect Types

  • Night Operations and Tac-
    tics

  • Training ard Maintaining

  • Weapons

  • Ammunition

  • Haotfoadng

  • Sights end Scopes

  • Auxiliary Equipment

  • Appendix I Ballistics: A Quick Primer

  • Appendix ll: Glossary.

This book examines the polcc sniper's rule, since his duties win determine his equpment and faces Every phase of the polico snperts mrssicn. from selection and training to actuary sbeohng pezpto is ex- plaiited in ilus’.rated detail.

1903. Sri x6H. f99pp>fHustrateO, softccvw.

THE POLICE SNIPER: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 55073)

SUCCESSFUL ARMED ROBBERY
by Harold S. Long

If you busted for armed
robbery, it most ikety won’t be
alarms of witnesses or even the
cops that hip you up. Most ike>/. it
wil be your own faul!

KaroW S. Leng, author of Making
Crime Pay
and Getting Started In
The iitiert Drug Business.
knows. A
graduate of toe school of hard
knocks. he is currency cnnolcd al an
inlensrro ctflcgo for criminals: a
federal penitentiary.
In Successful
Armed Robbery,
ho reveals tricks
and traps teamed from colnvrtos.
•professional associates.' and
personal experience.

Successful Armed Robbery ts a
nuts-and-bdts manual writton by a

pro. in it. you will find kxrt Ike ths: • Choosing Iha right target • Ptenring an a-nvud rubbery • I tow to cany out an armed robbery • Serf- caused failure — and how to avod It • Ard much. much more.

An amazing lock inside the world of tte professional armrd robber. Successful Armed Robbory 5 a must fcr crime hurts, and lor all cops and robtx*rs everywhere.

1990, SH xJH, $4 pp, frustrated, soft corer.

SUCCESSFUL ARMED ROBBERY: $8.00
(ORDER NUMBER 40065)

S.W.A.T. TEAM OPERATIONS
by Burt Rapp

A S.W.A.T. team member has
the mart dangarous cb to law
enforcement. He's ealed in cn>/
when the situation is cdltoal. Ha
must bo prepared 10 hancie a
broad range of threats quickly —
wth mnimum loss of ife.

Veteran police write* Burt Rapp
has assembled al tte ova table
information co S.WA.T.
organzatton and tactics. Ard lie's
put n togethe* wr'to over 103
^lustrations to help S.W.A.T. teams
prepare for the unpredictable.

5. W.A. T. Team Operations
shows exactly how to handle these
threats:

  • Barricaded Gunmen
    • Deato-Deal ng Snipers
    • Hostage-taking H ¡ackers
    • Political Terrorist»

  • Cfug Lords
    • wild Mobs
    • And IZore!

5. T. Team Operations teaches these important skits:

  • Huw to enter buildings • How to gather intellgoncc •
    S.WAT. deployment and movemenl • Raw Io deal wih Ite
    press • I tow Io use sophisticated weaponry.

S. HG4. T. Team Operations is ateo a guide Io putting togoton* a
crack team: recrufing. training, cquippng. With Burt Rapp's straight tek
and reiiabto rcccmmondahcns, you'll team wtet oqupmont works and
what’s overpneed gimmckry. Itere has novar b<wn a concentrated
S.WAT. manual like S.W.A.T. Team Operations. Ideal for learn
members and those responsible for organizing, va'nng. and
supervising S.WA.T. teams.

1990, OH x 11, 1541 pp, Nfustrated, indexed, softcover.

S.W.A.T. TEAM OPERATIONS: $16.95

(ORDER NUMBER 58065)

VEHICLE THEFT INVESTIGATION
A Complete Handbook
by Burt Rapp

Noted polk» writer Burt Rapp
turns hte attention to Vehicle
Theft Investigation,
and has
produced en toveiuatfe hand-
book. whfch win serve 88 a
SO4XC9 and imwlfgaM gvidi
to* too petrtf officer, the
plaJnctotoes policeman, ard the
cMllan insurance nveetfgato* or
claims adjuster. Tcptes covered
•nsiKto

  • Amateurs and protesstonal
    thieves • Vehicle ttett tech-
    niques e Totfs 1or bypassing
    vehicle locks • What happens lo
    stoton veheies e The Hito« parts
    business — bchM toe scenes at
    a 'chop shop' • Organized
    crime and stoten vehicles — why
    thcry aro so soxessltf •

Insurance frauds — four games Iheves play • The officer on patrol — how to spot a stofen car • Investigative techniques — stfving vehicle thefts • The crime lab — what oquprmnt you will need and how to use it • P.'o-actr.-e investigation techniques — using daooys. undercover operations, arxi sling operations • Provo nt ng vnhi^o thefts — how to keep your car from being sloten • And much, much more.

Auto theft is big business today, and getting better. No investigator can afford to be without toe up-to-date Informaton in Vehicle Theft Investtgationl

19SV. SHxSH, 120ppt mustrated. softcover.

VEHICLE THEFT INVESTIGATION: $12.95

(ORDER NUMBER 40054)

GETAWAY
Driving Techniques
for Escape and Evasion
by Ronald George Eriksen 2

This exciting book covers everything

ycu rood to know to ba an expert
wheelman. Rona« George Eriksen 2 is a
veteran dirt track rstoer. and a graduate of
tte Bob Bondurant school of high per-
formance driving bn Sonoma. California.
In Getaway, ho shams his knoMedge of
drMng incbnquc^ for escape and
nvnsicn.

Ccr.'orod aro comonng. right angle
turns. Stums, hairpin toms, the
•bootleggers' turn, the 'moonshiners’
tom, and mom. Ramming pfocedurea for
both sngte and double vehicle blockades
are &ho*n in irustrated (fetail. Eriksen
also covers how to run another vehfcto off

the road, how lo jump a curb, and bow to handle chase stuabens.

Additional chaptiers cover vehicle security, vahido medrfeettons you ori make, bow to detect ii yxxj a?e being survcillcd. and tew to elucfo a toil Everything there is to know about fast drreng for escape and evasion is now revca'ed in ano casy-to-road book, with llkislraticns!

Gentiemen, start your engines...

19SZ SU xan. 4Spp, ftiustratod, softcover.

GETAWAY: $6.95
(ORDERNUMBER 16037)

TECHNIQUES OF
THE PROFESSIONAL PICKPOCKET
by Wayne B. Yeager

.VX^'sai

ef rnpeekMi

PICKPOCKET

Going lo Ite racetrack can be a
bpger gamble than you think You
make your bet. lean over tte rail,
and Ite crowd doses to. You go to
cdtact. only to discover that youVe
won your tel. tel lost your biltokl.

Don't waste your feme aearcNng
tte grandstands. It you want to tied
where your wallet went, tock mrjrto
the bock, hances are. < was lifted
by a professional pickpocket.

This book tells a’l about
Techniques Of The Professional
Pickpocket
Chapters cover: • Why
Pockels Can Be Picked • Tte Pants
Pockets • Tte Jacket Pockets •
The Walch • How Pickpockets
Practice • Tte Guide Hit Art« •

Foiirg U>e Pickpock et and Purse Snatcher • And more.

This book wil show you tew pickpockets operate. from the clumsy grab lo tte pro who stake his rnsrk lor days. You will see tew pickpockets use aocorrph»s lo divert your attention white they dtoert ycur cash. You wil read about training camps where novices two their techniques on booby-trapped mannequins.

Techniques Of The Professions! Pickpocket reveals tew tte pros can steal from any pocket in ycur dotted, and even how pickpockets can steal a watch right off ycu' wrist. Ths book shews tew tte pros got into ycur dotes, ard what you must (to to protect yourse«. Don't leave home without M.

1990, 9»x3H, 74 pp. iifustrated, softcover.

TECHNIQUES OF THE PROFESSIONAL PICKPOCKET: $12.00
(ORDER NUMBER 40068)

THE BEGGAR'S HANDBOOK
A Guido to Successful Panhandling
byM. T. Pockets

THE

Bl EG ©AH'S
llliA&DDE'WK

Hi «T I'KilTJ

It is a sad but true tact of tile in
America today that peep'o can ba
reduced Id Ite status of begging in the
streets. Anyone Iving in any medium to
larga dty can attest io the fact that
panhanders are everywhere on the
urban Landscape. Seme are
aggressive and obnoxious white otters
are passive ard restrained; all of them
are very noticeable.

What is net so well known ia how
successful seme pantenders are.
While most beggars hope to earn S10
to $12 per day from their panhatelng.
others cam ns much as $2CO a day.
And ft Is possible to cam sgnilkantty
more and mind you. this is tex-free

CASh.

What th’s book dees is provide tte reader w«m the tochdquos necessary lo pantende one's way kite me h'gher Income brackets, in this bock you wil learn:

  • How to select your inteteed gtore ♦ How to dress • How to
    choose a location • How to use props • How to avod De po’ice

  • How to ryel atong wtth otter panhandlers • How to avoid Ite rrfatakes most other panhandlers make.

So lie ctefco to yours: you can approach people asking for ’spare Changs’ and s’owfy starve to death, or do wtet tte competent beggar doc* ard live ratter well, even in an expense.« c<y such as New York or Boston.

19$9. 5HxSU, 39pp. softcover.

THE BEGGARS HANDBOOK: $5.95
(ORDER HUMBER 40057)

HOT CARS!

An Inside Look at the Auto Theft Industry
by Marcus Wayne Rutledge

Hot Cars! gkros an iratto look into tho mines and mcchods cf profossjcnal car Ihiovcs. Author Marcus Wayne Ruiodgo. now so-ving a ife sentence. reveals tte trxfcs of tte multi mihon dctlar Industry te know* * so wr?l - car theft.

An ex-car thief. Ridedge was once part 01 a mincn-dollar theft ring Now he tells private buyers, dealers, insurance claims adjusters. and law cKcer*. wtel the thieves knew and dcn'l kriaw about legitimizing take papers ard serial numbers on sldcn cats, trucks, motorcycles.. boats, trailers, ard oven arptanns.

Clear photographs stew what to look lor to detect whether rx nc < a vehicle's serial number has been altered. A corrprohcnsnvi checklet Mans what questions x>ask a seller to te sure te's lege.

Chapter liitos indude: Ospellng tte Mylte. Title and Savage laws; Changeover Mistakes. Ho: Car lor Sale; Private Purchasers. Beware'; Auto Conversion; Auto Duptcaltog; SleaLStrip-Purchase-Repalr. Tracoor-Traier Conversion; Motorcycle Conversion; Camper ate Traitor Conversion; Boat Conversion; Airplane Conversion; Protecting Dealership Vehtods; Insurance Agents ; First Aid for legal I ooptetas; ard more.

DonT te left ted ng tte loan payment bock tor an auto that has been coni ¿scaled by poicel

7.W. SHx9H, 136 pp. frustrated, softcover.

HOT CARSI: $14.00

(ORDER NUMBER 40046)

CREDIT CARD FRAUD
by Burt Rapp

Did y^ou know that scmcone can
drain your bank nccourz using your
cash machine card without your
secret code?
Or that eta ver
criminate can got a tuB menthte
from a sldcn credit card tetore
aroujung any suspclcn?

Ttese are some of tte starting
facte revoatad In Credit Card
Fraud, ty
vrteran polce writer Burt
Rapp. This ts a practical manual on
tefenjlng yourself It was wr.ttcn for
pot co officers working an Investi-
gation of credit card fraud, and for
ttese stung by crodt card fraud: tte
merchant, the banker ard the card
tekler.

Why is cretfl card fraid ere of
tte fastest growing crimes? Be-

cause credt cards are easy to get ard easy to steal, a'd most insti- tutons acccp< the losses as ’Ite cost c/ doing business.’ But now. tte costs are gong sky high.

Chapters hetode. • Cradt Cards: Uses and Abuses • Cred* Card Security • Credt Card Ferrary • Credit Card Frauds • Consumer Victimzaton • Poice Response • Prevention of Credit Cato Fraud • Counter-Attack: Striking Back at Fraud • And much, much mere

Credit Card Fraudce.eals ¿h? the scame, from forged bank cante to totarrarkeing rip-offs. Il stews tte security measures tult into credit cards and to’ls you how Id telect frauds. And it expb'ns wtet businesses -nrd indvidunls must (to to keep firm becoming viclims.

lP9t. 6% x 130pp. iifustrsted, indexed, softcover.

CREDIT CARD FRAUD: $13.95
(ORDER NUMBER 49024)

OUTLAWS OF THE OCEAN
The Complete Book
of Contemporary Crime on the High Seas
byG.O.W. Mueller and Freda Adler

Outiaws of the Oc&an is a
lively and fast paced account o! a
subject taken droclfy from the
front pages of today's nows-
papars: crime on tha high seas.
For ton test limo in book form two
wcrtdronr/Anod crim'ndogisls
examine piracy, drug smuggling,
tradng in aiens. kiting of whales
and other marine life, ocean
potation. marine insurance
frauds, and boat theft.

Intamaficnal in scope, this
back covers every type of
criminally on the water. evaluates
marllime la** enforcement
systems and suggests strategics
and solutions for problems en-
countered on the waterway’s.

Mueller and Adler. tt*o cn!y
dviians ever permitted on board

a US Coast Guard vessel while it was on a combat mission of chasing
drug smugglers. vUked ©W stety-fivo countries and had access to
worldwide lites on crimes at sea. What has emerged from these
firsthand experiences and tha mohctJcus research tlw? authors
conducted is a mix of ¡rrv68ti<>aitve reportng and eyewitness accounts.

19S5, 6x9, 357 pp, Wustrated, Indexed, hardcover.

OUTLAWS OF THE OCEAN: $9^5
(ORDER NUMBER 40060)

IK? GirfJrr ftxl at C«HTf • r¿n
Crirrai the Hn Sei»

CHECK FRAUD INVESTIGATION

CHECK FRAUD INVESTIGATION
by Burt Rapp

Check fraud may «ion
small-time In the world of crime,
and thafs exactly why -serial
swindlers’ have grown so fond
of it They more from town to
town Ike Johnny Appleseed,
sowing ’bad paper' wherever
they go.

in Chock Fraud
investigation,
police writer But
Rapp takes you hs'rfe the worid
cf toe paporhanger. YcuHI see
cvcrylhng, from the person
who bounces a chock at the
grocery store to big-bmo
embezzing scams. You’ll see
thieves who stea' blank checks
from banks ard print shops.
Ycull sec counterfeiters who
lko computers and laser
printers to make fantastic lakes.

Youll also soo dozens of ruses used to get people to accept begun
checks: Uttie old ladies asking for cash iof ¿-¿blafe; A Stute Cashing <1
'local payroi check’ tn enter to make a big sate: Cons who buy used
cars from classified ads. then resell them bolero tfxj cftack bounces.
Ard it's not just checks that bounce. Money enters, warranto, drafts. gift
certificates. even certificates Of (teposfl (CDs) aro vuncrabc.

Chock Fraud investigation w»1 help those most hixt. It wS help
polco conduct a serious irr.esligaton hlo rrefor fraud epnratons. It wil
help bankers boef-tp their defenses against the bad-paper pushers.
And a win help merchants rocognzo chock fraud and prevent me
enccmous losses it can ca use.

1991, 5Hx8H, m PP. Hfuatratod, Indexed, soft cover.

CHECK FRAUD INVESTIGATION: $16.95

(ORDER NUMBER 40072)

MAKING CRIME PAY
by Harold S. Long

What you are going to road In ths
book is Informaton which comas from as
far west as California, as far east as
Virginia, as far north as Ohio, and as far
south as Florida. Beyond the
geographical scope. however, is the one
critical clement lacking in pubic
understandng óf ftó IflW fil'd Cte
government eveeyth’ng you read hero
will be the truth. Everything you road In
mis book wil be fact recounted in part
from personal wycricnoos, and in part
from the experiences of jail and prison
inmates frem across me country.

What does it take to succoed at
crimnal activity — what docs it take Io

make crime pay? In Making Crime Pay an experienced crimnal delves deeply into the realities (Y the criminal Justice system, a->d offers many hard-won suggestions fry suxesstully evading tro system.

Topics covered include: • What ’probaUe cause’ realty amounts to • How to harrfto encounters with too poico — how Io Iio and gel away with it • Preparedness for possble ccrtfrontattons wth perico • The criminal process and attorneys — what you can oxpoct a court- appointed attomoy to do (and not lo do) for you • Why a trial by jury Is preferable to a trial by judge • What lo do if ycur court-appointed attorney Is Itxklng up your caso • How youf wife or girlfriend should act if tfro polco ccmci to toe doer and start questioning her • Tbo seven most corrmcn mistakes made in crime — and how you can a-.oid them • Planning an armed robbery • Crime partners pro and con • Crime scene ccnfronlaton with perico — what to do if you are caught in the eel • The harsh reatóos of tifo in prison • And much, much morel

Written by a professional criminal. Making Crime Pay to packed w«h níúrrnáGóri M avBilabte In any other book.

Making Crime Pay & must roaring for all ccps and robbers, and for snyoce interested In crime In Arronca. Highly roccrnrryjixled

1968, 5Hx6H, 65pp. soil cover.

MAKING CRIME PAY: $9.96
(ORDER NUMBER 40050)

ESCAPE FROM CONTROLLED CUSTODY
by TonyLesco

Behind every escape is the wil to
survive.

Those few who make their way to
freedom have ono thing in common: tha
drive to survive They never give up.
n*ey escape in their funds a thousand
limes, so mat when meir opportunity
arises, they arc ready to Cupbit it. It <Xte
toea fads, mey employ petoatence and
creabvity to find new ways out

Chapters include: • Prison Systems •
Physical Security • Socurzy Systems •
The Human Fooler • Escape and
Evason • Ptanring the Escape •
Preparations for Escape • Escape

TeclYikjues. A to Z • Fcrgwy of Passes and LD. • Tunnels • Some Classic Escapes • if Ycu*ro Captured ♦ And more!

This book is about escaping, h takes yxxj cap:.vo to show you what it's like inside: ttie locks, toe walls, the iron bars You win learn Ixy* to mako krwos from toothbrushes, ladders from bedsheets, printing prows from shoes. You wil fotew prisoners as they crawl through tunr^ts and scale wall. And you wil learn about toe psyebotogy of those who run prisons — and those who cun tom them.

Someday yvu may be on the inskte Icokng out. Do you have whsl it takes to escape?

19M. 5i9 x SU. 144pp, illustrated. Indexed, xott cover.

ESCAPE FROM CONTROLLED CUSTODY: $10.95

(ORDER NUMBER 40066)

THE HOT HOUSE

LJf-e Inside Leavenworth Prison
by Pete Earley

Pete Eartoy the first writer ever permitted unlimited access Io America'« ctefest fetfereJ prison. Out of me ren bety of tfiis maximum- security pcntonliary comes his stunrvng account of Ute behind bars — the nerion’s hardest criminals dong terd time. It's a scd-contoned metropolis behind vast walls bull in 1895: a lethal ptaco governed by ruthless clans corrpetirg for domhance. Murder is frequent. rape is toss (or sex than lor power, and respect is live coin of the reafm. Onco disrespected, a Leavenworth inmate ties two choices: ho can submit io virtual slavery—ar ho can fight hb antagonist unU one cf them dies.

NWcnamed 'the Hot House’ because of the sweltering ccodr.ons ol <s celbkxAs, the federal penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kansas. seethes with the pervasive threat of riot R is the most dreaded facility in the system — rot because of «$ maximum-security rating, but because c* its fierce pcpulathn: sooopatbc gangsters, Aryan nation neo-Nazi Miers, musefe toughs. rutbess narcotics profiteers, and heovys*! bikers ptackmarkod with tUXet wounds lire acne scars Even the shaven- logged ’pinks.’ the drunks, and tho ¡unices may bo carrying homemade ’shank* krivos under Ihor shirts.

Pele Earley conducted literary hundreds of bears cf ntnrvows. all but Iving ireido the pcimcrtial world of Leavenworth. Out of this extraordinary first hard access. as wol as essential dccumente. telephone trarcerpts. and pmon Iios, comes the r.vr/.ng star/ ot what life is actually ike inside cur most famous pnson.

1992, 6x9, 403 pp, NtiMxted, hard cover.

THE HOT HOUSE: $9.95
(ORDER NUMBER 40078)

DECOY OPS
Fighting Street Crime Undercover
hy Capt. Charles Beene, Het

V/ith street crime rurnng rampant,
courts and prisons ovarfowirg. ord
convicted criminals being put back cn
the stroats in over greater numbers,
the safety of citizen* — parTcUarty
those wba appear weak or defense loss
— ¡8 serfouafy threatened. Desperate
times call for drastic measures, ard
hnovatvo pcdco dapartmnre. across
the country arc hcodkvj that cat

Tho strategy? To set up polco unis
to go deep undercover in doocry refes.
blond in with the street pepuhton, and
catch robbers. pkApoctols, and ether
criminate red-handed. Tho goal? To
beat tho bad guys al Ihor cvm game.

The resUts are Impressive — the track records of these units speak for themselves.

Written by no man who spco±*xjecd the Street Crime Unit dcccy opcraScci in San Francsco, the book describes hew such arils arc organized, staffed, ard superv-sed and revoate tbn uncccT.’onlhnal tactics used to catch street criminate who arc not susccpCbto te traditional intomwid patrol methods.

for thosn n law or/orcoment look ng to break wy from thn status quo in firdng a way to take back the stroote. this bock is an oyo- openng account of how and why decoy units work. For tho average dtizen, <*s a valuable Insight Into how the criminal mind works and what one can (to to avoid becoming a vtoim.

199Z SHxSH, 113 pp. Ktutfreted, toft cow.

DECOY OPS: $15-95

(ORDER NUMBER 58081)

How lb

STEAL
FOOD

Rom The
Supermarket

HOW TO STEAL FOOD FROM THE SUPERMARKET
by J. A ndrew A nderson

Wo live In a wonderful
country, whore wo get io pay
taxes for farm subsides so that
we can bo overcharged for fcod at
too stere. A country where poepto
starve outsdo stares that sot
gourmet de*, dog food. A country
where wo can pUblsh a book that
tots you bow to steal food from
the supermarket.

Written by a supormarkol
security guard. Hew To Steal
Food From The Supermarket
wit teach you how to puriori soma
sirloin, how to snatch a batch of
cookies, how to poach eggs.
Here’s tho real sWrvry on gating
fat • Tho myth of tow profit
marg’ns for supermarkets ♦ Using
coupons for sluff you didn’t buy •
Andersen’s Three Laws cf

Shoplifting How to dress for shcpHtfhg success ♦ Do it-yoursalf
markdowns • How America's food distribution system screws ycu —
why >ou should steal food • Switching bar codes • What to do rf a
security guard sees ycu steslbg • Scamming tbo Seamer • Nest-
tuidng and od>er sboplilling techniques • How to find out if tho store
usee plsinctothes guards • Tlie one item ovary suxessful shopGtoor
must tf.Wa/s carry • How to tol if mirrors aro two-way • How to use
poriners arrJ confederates to hep >*ou steal feed ♦ What to do if you are
caught red-handyd • And much more!

Did you know that meet supermarket security cameras aro fako? Do
you know tba one mistake ifat trips up meet sboplitlecs? Co ycu know
tho w item yw 5b?uW ata-fty» cany wtft you vtfian anopflNty? Ycul
find the answers to ttv»w questiervs. and dozens of ether clever ideas,
tosdo this amazng manual. Better pick up your copy today.

1222, SH x SU, Srpp, coyw.

HOW TO STEAL FOOD FROM THE SUPERMARKET: $10.00
(ORDER NUMBER 40079)

NEVER SAY LIE

by Scott French and Pau! Van Houten, Ph.D,

Do your unconscious body
movements call you a liar?
Can you tel when somocne
else is lying? How do
government inteligen»
age<ils trfck ie-deteefen
systems? Never Say Ue ex-
poses the ’science’ of Ie
detection and shows how
screening tests can be In-
Cuancod by mnchancAt tricks,
drugs. practice arri
krxntfodgo.

Tbo FBI. IRS. CIA. ;Cd-
screcnng firms, (tolOCllres
and oter.rs depond on Iho
foraging techniques: • Tho
tydfashoned polygraph •
Graphology • Drug-screening
teste • Kir^sto inteMewng.

Do these techniques reaiy

work? VAII you lose a jcb. got fined cc even go to jail because of a false
positive cn n shaky system? Loam how these system* work and bow to
manpulato tho tests and testers to mislead anyone, anywhere, anytime
— and gut away wr.h it.

1SS7, SU 11, 160pp, Htoffttod, xeftcow.

NEVER SAY UE: $19,950
(ORDER NUMBER 58048)

NEVER
SAY LIE

THE BIG HOUSE

How American Prisons Work
by Tony Lesee

Burv.ng at tfra seams. cur pnson system is h a slate of crisis. Marry prisons are under court order to roduc© ovoxrowding. New drug laws ard mandatory senteneng reqjiromonls onfy add to fro prebtem. There's no place toll to put criminals oxcopf back on the street.

The solutions dent come easy. Who should bo let out early? Who sbet/d slay behind bars? Will taxpayers loot the bil for more Jails? Will capital punishment help solve overcrowing? Thousands of fives and bilions of dollars wall on the answers. That's why The Big House Is so important.

The Big House is not a collection of reform thooros. Rather, it is an Incrodibly detailed tock al exactly bow prison» work: how do you hcuse. feed, and control thousands of violent, angry people? The Big House takes a gritty look at issues like capital punishment, psychcsurgory. not control a rd doalng with tho sexual needs Of phionors

Tony Iosco ixdcretands the interplay between convicts and thoir keopors. A frequent ccatrbutor to law enforcement publications. ho is also Cho author of Escape From Confronted Custody. In The Big House, he exam no s the prison system from al perspectives: the Inmates, tho •>J9rd8. the polhcfans. and tho taxpayers.

Chapters include:

  • History • Basu: Incarccralicci • Physical Custody • Prison

Life • Custody Personnel • Security Procedures • Reform and Rehablitebcn • Psychiatric Treatment • Escapes • Riots and Disorders • Public Relations • Training • Toots •

The Future • And more.

The autlxx says. 'A slrrole way to reduce immediately the number of people in prison is to ¿©criminal^© certain non-violent arid viOfmleSS crimes. It may take years before people with enough imagination ctomnsle Legislatives, but gradually we may expect to so© decrminaJization of pornography, proswution. any form of sex between consenting adults, drug possession, gambing. and various typ««s of status offenses.*

Tho crisis in criminal Justice touches tho lives of everyone. Those concerned wzn how the prison system works — and how It can work better shr.ud start with The Big House.

1991, SH x 11, rSSpp. Htostroted, Indexed, soft cover.

THE BIG HOUSE: $19.95

(ORDER NUMBER 40071)

SURVIVING IN PRISON
by Harold S. Long

Corr.kls don't Ive to prisons —
they survive thorn. Harold S. Long has
written a disturbing and deeply
moving account of prison Ho. Long
has been behind bars for over ton
years. He describes how prisons aro
run: the penal cede and tho co I bosk
code. He takes you out to tho yard and
Into the bolo. Ho oxpans th©
complete fahuro of most
'rehsblinabcn' programs. And be
reveals what it is Ifco to survive tho
ladaton. hun-rilaticn. and brutality of
prison life.

H&re are some Priof excerpts from this powerful new booir.

The first end most Important thing a prisoner must realize 18 that he is a meaningless body among hundreds of other meanlngtess bodies. No emptoyeo within an institution is going to stick his neck out for an inmate. It makes no difference if ho Is entangled In an to/jstfoe or gross misunderstanding.*

The black market has such hems as radios. TVs. tapes, fans, street doming, and an assortment of Jewelry. Anyming else you mghf need that can be commandoorod from state supply rooms, such as stationary and office supples, janitorial supples such as foundry soap, furniture pofoh. or anything esc they may stock, can bo purchased for a retet?.©!/ small fee. If the state uses f.. < can bo bought cn tho black market. Weapons, of course, aro always available. They will be homemade knives constructed from a shaft or flat piece of steel, sharpened well enough to pass easily through skin and dothing. For those who prefer a tluot s tri tong instrument pipes may be purchased for a lesser fee. end In all mapr institutions, at toast a couple of tomales will be to the business of manufacturing weapons.*

In the free word. a man faced with... provocation can g&l another job. find another place to socalzo or pursue recreational Interests, and in severe cases, relocate his place of roskferc©. Even if Itofte Of thflSO remedial actions aro fcosblo. ho can stil find al least temporary sanctuary from th© frustrations by simply going lor a walk or a ride. In prison, there are no such options.*

The constant and unending growth of the prison popUafon has caused the by-product of dcubto bunking in coils which were designed for singTe occupancy, thereby Intensifying tho already violent atmosphere. An area an Inmate onco shared with 100 man must be shared with 150 or 200 men; more people, more personalty traits, and an increased proximity of visual, auditory, and corloct. With all the other stresses, of prison firing, the last thing an Inmate needs to to have what he consdors a detestable person within constant range of hs everyday perception, and Ihis is where Interpersonal stole ard hostllbcs begin, and where prison administrations fwl to control tho environment they have created.'

A slaggoring percentage of prisoners walk w«h an exaggerated swagger to projoct a tough guy image, comparable to a schoolyard bully. They talk toudy at inappropriate times, dam to have had material possessions mat wr.ro obvlcusty bayord th*r means, profess to have kixiwtedgn or expor-oncc with sub<octs tlwy are Inoapabta c4 comprehending, nrd aro boisterous, overbearing, inconsiderate, and live wkh a near total disregard for tho rights and feelings of others, though less often delberately than unccnsocusy. They are unable to dsccm what is and what Is not appeopnate behavior, and are unccncomed whether (X not their conduct Is dsturbng tho people to the immediate vicinity.

Chapters todude:« Pcr*er Structures • Tho Prison Experience: Day Ono to Day Ninety • Isoia’.on and Sogrcgabon Units • Programs and Recreation • The Internal Legation Process ♦ Interpersonal Aspects of Prison Lite • Our Present. Our FtAire ♦ And FAora.

Surviving In Prison is mixh mere than tho story of how priions work and where tFwy fan It is tho truo account of one man’s stnjpglo to preserve some shred of dignify that ho can us© to build a new Ife... II only he can sunwo.

1990, SYi x 11, 123pp, sort cover.

SURVIVING IN PRISON: $14.95
(ORDER NUMBER 40070)

ESPIONAGE: DOWN AND DIRTY
by Tony Lesee

In the murky world of
the spy. harcPy anything is
as it soems. There are
secrets. false ktentittos,
cover storfes. Iles,
evasions, denials, and a
nerve-racking atmosphere
of conspiracy. For some
people, this world is
attractive. it’s also
dangerous.

Espionage: Down and
Dirty
is a dizzying ride
through decates ol lies so
wild you! wonder if eren
the people st the top know
what's going on. It shows
how spies are recruited,
trained and deployed. It
shows how they got pad:
sometimes wXh money,
sometimes with sex.

sometimes with their own fives. And it shows what happens when they
are discovered.

Throughout this book, youll read about the experts of the most
notcctaus spies in recent history. • The Walker Spy Ring • British
teubie-agent KJm Phitry • The ’Falcon’ ard the ’Snowman’ • Julius
and Ethel Rosenberg • The Pollard Case • Retard Miter, the spy to tha
FBI • And dozens of others.

Chapters include:« Esponage Goals • Tho Spy n Fiction • Motives
♦ Recruiting Spies • Infiltration — Spying on Alfos • Evacuation • The
Lettat Pit • Security • Ccunter-Esponage • The Spy Who Gets Caught
• And more.

Spying b not the gtanwws. g^et-and-tfri-fiited profwfon
portrayed in James Bond movies. But there is plenty of mystery, danger
and intrigue In the wurtd of the spy. If you want io know what it's rnrJy
like, then go undercover with us. You’J bo fosonatod by what you find.

1991, 5M x 8*4, 174 pp, piossary, toft cover.

ESPIONAGE: DOWN AND DIRTY: $17.95
(ORDER NUMBER 55083)

YOU CAN’T WIN
The Autobiography of Jack Black

A professional criminal operating in ths years arourd the turn of the century. Jack Black's life spans a forgotten era of American history lodged semewhoro between tho Wi'd West and the Birth of Ite lAnlropolc. From Iha main stem of tho Barbary Coast lo the hoosegows ci Salt Lake City into opon boxcars on tho Montana plains, this spirited mamair takes the reader cn an unftxgollabta journey into the hobo underworld.

Jack Black says. ’Boicco my twentieth birthday. I was in the dock Of a crimnal court, on trial for burglary... Al twenty-five I was an expert house burglar, a nighttime prowtar. carefully choosing only the best tomes — homes of the weattiy, careless. Insured peepte... At thirty I was a respnetod member of the 'yegg' brotherhood, a thief... silent, secretive. wary: always a night 'worker? ..At forty I found myseff a solitary, capable pumayrr-in highwayman; an escaped convict, a fugitive, with a background cf twenty fivo years in tho underworid.-

Black's world of yeOQ9. (W ca’¿. and bndle-stiff ccnvnntbns is a grand vistan of our mythta heritage. You Can't Win Is a tost classic of American rood literature.

T926, 5x8, 404pp, softcover.

YOU CANT WIN: $9.95

(ORDER NUMBER 40073)

DEFEATING INDUSTRIAL SPIES
by Duncan Long

It’s good business to know what the
competition is up lo. Some poopta take Site
jeb a littlo too seriously, though. They'd do
just abcut anythng to destroy their
competitors. And thn/d pay gocd mancy to
find facts Ike these: • Logai and fmanbal
problems you're lao’ng • Who your
customers are end how rruch they buy •
Any variations of government rogU.i*Jons or
cedes • The ccntcnts ol your secret
(ormujs • What new products ycu hove in
the works

If this Infcrmattan is valuable lo
competitors. Investors, omptoyoos or
ochers, chances ere tha/re tryng lo gather
it. It ced'd be as simple as wading through
the trash, as hlgh-toch as using a ’laser

Ustonor* to eavesdrop on critical conversations. Defeating Industrial Spies shows haw to protect tho confidentiality of your operations. It COVQn en’ery aspect of information security, physical plant, employees, guards, ccmpiZors, bugs and wiretaps, and much more.

Chapters include: • Who Spies, and Why? • Low-Tech Spyng • Computer Security • Ctosed Circufi TV • Night Vision Oovicos • Buggng ard Wiretopping • Cameras, Toto scopes and Satotitcs • And More.

II it soems your competitors are reading you Ike an open book, maybe ycu ought to do a Ittta rearing yourself...

1991, SHx3H, 13Spp, aiust/atcd, soft cover DEFEATING INDUSTRIAL SPIES: $16.95

(ORDER NUMBER 55086)

I CRIED, YOU DIDNT LISTEN
A Survivor’s Expose of
the California Youth Authority
by Dwight Edgar Abbott with Jack Carter

Dwght Edgar Abbott e ano of tho Irrodoamab'o. 14o has robbed, raped and kiltod. Twin lightning tons lattoood on his neck confirm h’s cno-lirno merrbershp in Iha Aryan Brotherhood, the natoricus while supremacist prison gang. / Cried, You Didn't Listen a Abbctfs unlccgotlabta chronkta of his dark trip through juvcnic penal Institutions. Abbott reveals how children aro forcod Io maim and sometimes kil in order to avoid sexual dagradaticn, bow certain cpportunislk: counselors practice absoluto power an their wards, and the constant rccndc'ay of sexual and physical violence that is overlooked or encouraged by staff. With sensithty and emotional po^r. Abbott demonstrates how those appallng abuses corrupt contused and bvtfess chidrcn. creating a cycle of criminal bohavicc that usually ends in prison or death.

Dw^EoborAtoM'l was sent to Los Ango'es County Ju.enile Hall after my parents wore seriously injured in an accident. I was placed in a dormitory with other young children, rangng In age frem 7 Io 17. Many of those chldren wore there bo-cause ot broken tamiles, others because they were criminals... Durng the tour months I was al jurenito hal. I expehsneed my first physical beating, my first sexual rrotostaben. my first placement in solitary conlleerrent. and I watched. tor tho first time, an act of brutal rape. Curing mis same period. I also corrmlttod my first vfttent act. My victim nearly dOd. Now. rearty 50. with most of my (latest! sentence for assault behind me. I write my sicry with the hope that young people In troutre or headed that way might be saved from what awreis them behnd the doors of America's jurenllo panal system. This abuse comes not only from the children’s poors but from lie peep’e whom society has entrusted with mo chldron’s welfare. These chFdren win oventuady respond to their pan by stealing, raping and muttering.’

/ Cried, You Didn't Listen wen a Project Cer^ored award in Its first scrialiralhn. an award given to significant but underreported stories in Iha mass media.

1991, S>i xSíi, 190pp, tCustrsted, softcover.

I CRIED. YOU DIDN’T LISTEN: $10.95
(ORDER NUMBER 40074)

THE 211 BOOK

Armed Robbery Investigation
by Burt Rapp

This book Is for potice officers and civilians air<o. It to an investigatory gads and practical manual for the poles officer working a rebbery tovos ligation and its follow-up. For the civilian, it provides a corrprohcnsn'o working knowledge c/ how police officers conduct robbery investigations. Very importantly. it provides a basis for apprising tho chances of survrring tho armed robbery, ate recovering too stolon property. Topics covered indude:

  • Planning and Executing Robberies: How Armed Robbers Choose

Thor Targets

  • How an officer should approach a “211' In progress

  • How to ’contain* live scene and prevent a suspects escape

  • How to color a baking when armed robbers are inside

  • When an oti-duty officer should intervene tn an armed robbery — and when bo shouldn't

  • A complete checklist for a robbery report

  • Working tho crimo see no: vshen x> go by the beck — and when not to

  • Gathering fingerprints and otter pfysk^ eteerce

  • Why armed robbers will slay away from a victim they know has a gun

  • Preventing and coping with robbery — tho most effective countermeasures you can take

  • Pro-Active measures: going beyend normal erme provonion ate aggressively seeking oiZ perpetrators

  • Tho man advantage of in-house security over armed guard scrvlcos

  • Usa of docoys ate stake-cut teams: important points to consider

bolero thor emptoymeiU

  • And much, much more.

The 211 Bookte tte finest text on armed robbery Investigation aver printed — police officers ate ctviians alko w'U prof?, from it.

1SW.5H x5Ht 175pp, Nvstratod. softcover.

THE 211 BOOK: $14.95

(ORDER NUMBER 40059)

SHOPLIFTING
AND
EMPLOYEE THEFT
investigation

SHOPLIFTING AND EMPLOYEE

THEFT INVESTIGATION

by Burt Rapp

Shcplfcng has existed for centuries — for as long as ttere have been steps. This took is for tte reCarer who go cutely wants to cut hto losses from shcplfttog ate errptoyee theft. It to also for tte socuncy manager whose task to to reduce Ns employers lesser,. Ate It to a practical gukte for the security guard, the lowest person down the security line, who le at the ctrtog edge- This book will teto him to tho performance d his duties.

Topes covered in depth tocAxfe:

  • Relal Profits and losses.

  • Why Peopte Steal.

  • Steplifter Types: Amateurs and Pros.

  • Steplitters: Tools ate Techniques.

  • Eye-oponng excerpts from a training manual for shepiftars which originated wth a Calfomia gang.

  • Employee theft. Employees steal mere titan shoplifters. How they do it — more than 12 different methods.

  • How to make an arrest of a shoplifter.

  • lArrors. ’cccps.’ ate dosed-circut TV — which are best for you?

  • The law and 1ho Security Officer. What private security personnel can do that the poilco can’t.

  • Hrtng ate screening practices to avoid omptoyoo IhofL

  • How to train pri vato security officers.

  • The Shoplifter Pro&o: Nno things to watch out for.

  • Design ng a modern security system — whst you note to knew.

  • Ate much, much more.

Shoplifting find Employee Theft investigation is must reading for anyone Interested In thto very common area of modem crime.

1949, M xW, 1T2pp, Utertreted, softcover.

SHOPLIFTING AND EMPLOYEE
THEFT INVESTIGATION: $13.95
(ORDER NUMBER 40C61 )

THE RIP-OFF BOOK
Tho Complete Guide to Frauds,
Con Games, Swindles, and Rackets
by Victor Santoro

commcn Io all con games •

This is Ito single finest bcok ever
written (Xi Ibu subject cl frauds and
con games. It gees into vast data I cn
what frauds arc. haw they work, and
why we arc vulnerable to Item. Ard
unIke Otter becks, it even tells ycu
tow to strike back it ycu have been
victimized by a rip-olf.

Contents of this amazing book
toCkMfc: • Why crime pays for the
fraud artist • How con men stay one
step ahead of the law • Why police
and prosecutors often will no! bring
ctiarpas against fraud artists • Where
fraud overlaps legitimate business
practices — wham do you draw Jie
line? • Six reasons why criminals
choose frauds over other crimes •
Anatomy oi a fraud — sU efoments
Cfassc Swinctes — new wrinkles on

•elder, but gcodics’ — some ere over one hundred years dd. but are still claiming victims todayl • Frauds against small buaicossos — wtol lo watch out lor • Cons that can be worked co your relatives while you’re out of town • •Ronumerectorr.es’ ard other lieafci frauds • I few con men can find cut your unlisted telephone number • FAall fraud —

more popular naw than ever • Frauds involving sex — tow they operate and tow thoy pct away with it • Real estate frauds and land swindles — Still around 1cd3y • How your Stock broker can rip yvu off — legally • Frauds invoking die tekspheno • And much, much more, nobdng haw to strke heck if you have been victinwed. a glossary of terms, and much more ’

The Rip-Off Book 4 a virtual encyclopedia cf frauds, con games, ard swindles! Both law enforcement odtoers and private citizens will benefit from the rp-otts exposed by Santoro. Highly recommended.

IMS, 5H x 8H. 200pp, soft cover.

THE RIP-OFF BOOK: $12.95
CORDER NUMBER 40033)

INTERROGATION
A Complete Manual
by Burt Rapp

k complete manual co interrogation — includng haw Io survive Mviyinlerrogaled? .

Contents inctode: • Tto history of interrogation • Moda myths about interrogation • The basics of effective Interrogaton • Peyctobgical factors • Tho nine qualties a successful Interviewer should have • Lies, white fas. haV- InZhs and omissions • Verbal indicators Itoi a perron is lying • Body language as an anddMor of guilt • Choosing the bust tocale for an rilerrogalicn • Row to establish rapped with a subject • How to get around tho requirement of the Mranda Warning • Confessions, what realy toppens • Examination and cross-examination • Using deception to gel a confession • Tlyj truth about Lie Detectors • Truth Scrum and other drugs • Torture and the Thrd Degree • The Gestapo and other secret pofice • Soviet interrogation and Brainwashing • Why interrogations fail • What to do if you are being interrogated • And much, much more.

interrogation: A Complete Manual is an exccltont gukfe to evorythng you ever wanted to knaw about the subject tut ddnl know ha* to ask.

19S7, SH x8X. 230pp, tPustnted, soft cover.
INTERROGATION: $14.95
(ORDER NUMBER 58047)

NIGHTMARE ABROAD

Stories of Americans Imprisoned in Foreign Lands

by Peter Laufer

You are a law-abiding citizen, so you won’t bo arrested cn your overseas vacation. You are a US ccizen. so oven if you are arrested, your government wil como lo your aid Rigfrit? Wrong* Peter Lauter explodes these ccrnmcn misconceptions in Ns eye-opening study of how Americans eixl up imprisoned abroad, why out government tops so little, ard how lo avoid disaster n foreign travel.

Thousands of Americans arc currently mpnsonrxl overseas To research Nightmare Abroad. Laufer Iravetod around tho world, stepping in 21 countries to vis* imprisoned Americans, who aro often hold without trial. Desp4to resistance from most foreign piters and even seme US Consular officials, he managed to tour jails and tak with American prisoners, interview US and foreign government officials, ard meet Americans now released from custody. Condilicns ranged from hccnbta filth in a Pakistani prison lo ths comfort of a modem Canadian jai to a Mexican prison community where money ccuM buy Just about anything. Prisoners included middle class vacallçnçrç, Intefn^on# Vt^nessmen, and young Americans touring tho world.

Laufer explores the cUBural msuncferstandlngs that land Americans in jaf. A woman accepts a curto In Turkey to gal rid of a street SOîer and is arrested 1er smuggling antiqutes. A Ixislnoss-wornan in Nigeria finds her dcalngs have been made iDegal retroocthtely, and she faces a death sentence. Two young men m PakeUan aro convicted of bank robber)' and sentenced lo have their hand; and feel cut oft.

Despite the often hcrnbte situations In which Americans are confined. Lairier finds many inspirational tales of perseverance h the tacs of adversity. The took is a compendium of real-life drama from around tho world.

1993. 6x9,207pp, iHustratod, hardcover.

NIGHTMARE ABROAD: $20.00

(ORDER NUMBER 99090)

FRAUDS, RIP-OFFS AND CON GAMES
by Victor Santoro

Victor Santoro Is back with another
fine book on Frauds;, Rip-Offs And Con
Games
Cedents Include: • The Dirty
White Cofiar • Securtfiss Swindles and
Theft

  • Tho ’Tcrhble WJIInmsons' • The
    Gypsies: Criminal Lric^ies •
    Restaurant Scams • Cmdrt Cards: Cons
    □rd Catches • ’Financial Ptennars’ •
    Intoloctual Fads: Soling Counterfeit
    Ideas ♦ Coat-Tailing • Fraud Salad: An
    Assortment o4 Con Games • And
    much, much more.

The woods am full of wo.\res — don’t
be a sheep! Learn all about Frauds,

Rip-Offs And Con Games from tNs exciting tock.

1SSS. 5H xBh. fSSpp, softcover.

FRAUDS. RIP-OFFS AND CON GAMES: $11.95

(ORDER NUMBER 49021)

AMERICA’S LEAST COMPETENT CRIMINALS
True talcs of would-be outlaws who have
botched, and otherwise haplessly but
hilariously fumbled their crimes
by Chuck Shepherd

Crime (Mrittoty deeyrt to pay for such lunkheaded lawbreakers as: • The bursar caught red-hanefed by a returning homeowner because he hod booomn entranced playing with the owner*? vtooo gam© in midcrimo • The suspect to a sono? of vending-machine robberies who posted ha $400 boi usng a sackful ol quarters • The two criminals who Sod on tool from tho palico and hopped a barbed wire fence — right into a yard of San Quentin priacn • The rran who reported to security guards al a resect that someone had stolen S1.CO3 north of cocaine from his room • Ard much, much more.

With over 200 true stories. America's Least Competent Criminals scoffs al woufd-bti scofflaws and mcrcitassly mocks America's most moronic criminals. From burglars who forget their disguises to robbers who shoot themselves to crimnafs who get stuck al the scene of tbs crime and thfevee ho graduated from the TIyw Sieves School 01 Burglary whatever Iha crime may be. Chude Shepherd relates tales that wil licklo your funny fcono er leave you sfack-jawod -and wondering. What was that person thanking?

1993, 5 xB, 149pp. Nostra fed. softcover.

AMERICA'S LEAST COMPETENT CRIMINALS: $9.00
(ORDER NUMBER 4O3B1)

COMPUTER-RELATED CRIME
US Army Military Police School

This manual wse prepared for toe exdusto use of the US Army Central inteiigctoce DMston. it provides exploit details cn haw computer crime to perpetrated, how to (toiect it. and hew to prevent n. AU me modem lechniQjes of criminal computer activity are doftcribed in this tx>ck:

♦ Cota Dklding (Altering xMccmabon before or during input) ♦ Trojan horse (secretly embedding instructions in a computer program) • Salami techniques (stealing small amounts from a largo number ci accounts) • Superzappng (ushg a 'master-key* uliity program to override normal access restrictions) • Trap doors (gaining unautitorized eocess through a ’hole' in the program) • Logo borhbs (destructive programs that lie waiting to be triggered) • Asynchronous attacks (taking advantage of tho ways computers organize their tasks) • Scavenging (gathering up valuable crumbs left Oy careless computer user?) • Date Iwkage (stealing data in various forms) • Pigg’/backlng & impersonation (unauthorized use of someone eise's compuicr or passwords) • Wretapping (Mealrvj date as 4 is sent over the phone inns or no airwaves) • Srm/atton (using computers to plan other cr.mcs) ♦ And more.

CompufcrdJelated Crime is wntten n common language, with p'onty ol examples, charts and ttustralbns Io clarify tho text For each type of crime, you team who too aktfy culprit? are. methods tor catching thorn, and what evidence you need to prer.-a your case.

1990, SH X11, 79pp. Nostra ted. glossary. softcover.

COMPUTER-RELATED CRIME: $10.00

(ORDER NUMBER 40064)

DIRTY TRICKS COPS USE
(And Why They Use Them)
by Bart Rommel

They make DWy Hwy took Oke Mr.
Ctoan.

M you think Rodney King had it
rough, you am't $eon nothin’ yell Getta
load ol these Dirty Tricks Cops Use
to boat ton 'bad guys":

  • A cop plants drugs on a private
    pfianc. then seizes the piano for
    polkx? department use.

  • A cop mace on a suspect's
    car seat. After a few minutes of
    driving, the suspects crotch and
    rear burn Ike lire.

  • Pole© leave blank tape at live
    beginning of an illegal