How to avoid Terrorism by Peter Klessa Ramazani

My little book will give you some tips on how to deal with airports, restaurants, tourist attractions, hotels, music festivals, beaches, train stations, cruise ships & ferries, and other means of transport.
The reality is that terrorists today can move around and strike anywhere in the world. However, it is good to know that terrorists want attention and they prefer to hit as many people as possible. Since terrorists use the entire world as their platform, we must change our behavior when we move around, in order to avoid them. I don’t want to create paranoia with this little book, but a little bit of paranoia does no harm. I hope this book will give you a long and peaceful life.
Available on Amazon

“Has a few useful tips on avoiding terrorism”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Amazon customer

Loved the tip about flying on airplanes on non peak times. I didnt realize that terrorists like to target big airliners with tons of passengers on board. Good read.

About the Author

I was born on July 18, 1950 in Neuss / Rhein in Germany. In 1979 I moved to Denmark. In Denmark I was among other things active as a winemaker in a restaurant in Copenhagen and in the film and advertising industry. I was also trained as a massage therapist in Denmark. From 2002 to 2014 I have been working in the travel and holiday home industry. I made many texts for Sol & Strand that are published on their website. I live now in Tuscany, and stay frequently on Borgo Poneta, Barberino Val d’Elsa in Chianti. In 2014 I started the eBook series “My Impressions of Italy”, with which I want to reach all of Italy. Until now I have published Part 1 to 10. Photos, massage, reflexology and the German language are my hobby. I hope you enjoy my ebooks, and especially my Novel “Blood Red Palms” and the historic ducumentary “Book of Terror”.

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