Safe: How to stay safe in a dangerous world
Survival techniques for everyday life from an SAS hero
By Chris Ryan
How to keep you and yours safe from the perils of the modern world
In today's increasingly hostile climate people are anxious about how to keep themselves safe.
Chris Ryan served in the SAS for seven years and in several war zones throughout the world. During this time he was the Regiment's top striker and in 1991 during the infamous Bravo Two Zero mission behind Iraqi lines he was the only member of the team to evade capture and fight his way to safety, for which he was awarded the Military Medal - his CO said he had 'made Regiment history'. He is the author of bestselling fiction based on his own experiences and is an expert in dangerous situations.
Here he tells you how to keep yourself and your family safe from the perils of modern urban life. He leads you through a variety of situations including what to do if:
- You are walking down the street and think you are being followed
- You find yourself confronted by a threatening group of people or a gang
- You find yourself caught in the middle of a riot
- You hear gunfire or explosions in a crowed place (e.g. shopping centre)
- You hear on the radio that Russia has launched nuclear missiles that will land in the centre of London in two hours.
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- Publication date:
19 Oct 2017
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Chris Ryan is hard. You don't mess with Chris Ryan. Who better, then, to write a book about how to keep your family safe in these tough times?...Ryan has written a fascinating book...There are some excellent ideas here...The chapter on hand-to-hand combat is a work of genius. — Daily Mail
Praise for Chris Ryan — :
The action comes bullet-fast and Ryan's experience of covert operations flash through the high-speed story like tracer rounds. — The Sun
Nobody takes you to the action better than Ryan, because he's the real deal, and this muscle-and-bone thriller will have fans' blood pumping. — Evening Standard
Ryan chooses fiercely up-to-the-minute plots, and laces them with an exceptional eye for detail and insider knowledge ... Fearsome and fast-moving. — Daily Mail