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The biography of John Miller, kidnapper of Ronnie Biggs and founder of Executive Security. The author is one of the country's most sought-after private soldiers. He learnt his trade with the British Army in Belfast, where he was a secret anti-IRA operative

The biography of John Miller, kidnapper of Ronnie Biggs and founder of Executive Security. He learnt his trade with the British Army in Belfast, where he was a secret anti-IRA operative. He reveals the truth behind his daring exploits and his wealthy, powerful and bizarre clients.

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com: FORMER SOLDIER SEEKS EMPLOYMENT: Hardcover with dust jacket Black cloth-bound h'cover, . " x 6", with gold type to spine, & jacket. The amazing career of a British soldier of fortune (read 'body-snatcher') who went undercover against the IRA, chased after Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs, busted into cults, & more Book and dust jacket in VERY GOOD condition 228 pages. Bibliographic Details. Publication Date: 1989. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included.

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Former Soldier Seeks Employment' by John Miller Macmillan 1989. Mercenaries' soldiers of fortune, from ancient Greece to today's private military companies by Michael Lee Lanning. published by Ballantine Books 2005

Former Soldier Seeks Employment' by John Miller Macmillan 1989. published by Ballantine Books 2005. ISBN 0345469232, 9780345469236 272 Pages and Illustrated.

Employment Act of 1946. Employment Act of 1946. Enacted by. the 79th United States Congress The White House relied on Keynesian economic theory to develop its strategy. The theory, set forth by economist John Maynard Keynes and his American disciples such as Alvin Hansen at Harvard, contends that unemployment is caused by insufficient aggregate demand relative to the possible aggregate supply generated by full employment.

For adults seeking a quickly-moving narrative, Miller’s book is an excellent overview

For adults seeking a quickly-moving narrative, Miller’s book is an excellent overview.

The author is one of the country's most sought-after private soldiers. He learnt his trade with the British Army in Belfast, where he was a secret anti-IRA operative. He reveals the truth behind his daring exploits and his wealthy, powerful and bizarre clients.

Former Soldier Seeks Employment epub download

ISBN13: 978-0330314220

ISBN: 033031422X

Author: John Miller

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Politics & Government

Language: English

Publisher: Pan Books (September 14, 1990)

Pages: 240 pages

ePUB size: 1693 kb

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Rating: 4.6

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Jusari
Very amusing and his approach to soldiering is familiar to me. I knew him in the army a long time ago
Jusari
Very amusing and his approach to soldiering is familiar to me. I knew him in the army a long time ago
Kale
Talk about an adventurous life! Whilst John Miller is obviously an incredible bragger and name dropper he really does have the sort of experiences that you wouldn't believe if they occurred to a fictional hero. If I had one complaint I would have liked a little more on his experiences in Borneo during the `confrontation' with Indonesia during the late 60s. His stories of life in the Scot's Guards are interesting, especially going undercover to infiltrate drug rings within the army. His anti-terrorist work in Northern Ireland is fascinating especially when he returns for a second tour as a secret agent rather than just ordinary infantryman. I just love that fact that he kidnaps Ronnie Biggs pretty much on a whim and it's a shame it didn't work out for him. Wild experiences just seem to somehow find certain people in life, if most of us got a job as a farmhand on a South American ranch we probably wouldn't end up leading a local revolution but he does. Then again he seems to be a firm believer in `making your own luck' and it shows although his naivety in his Jamaican sojourn quite frankly takes some beating . Still, very interesting book and I'd recommend it.
Kale
Talk about an adventurous life! Whilst John Miller is obviously an incredible bragger and name dropper he really does have the sort of experiences that you wouldn't believe if they occurred to a fictional hero. If I had one complaint I would have liked a little more on his experiences in Borneo during the `confrontation' with Indonesia during the late 60s. His stories of life in the Scot's Guards are interesting, especially going undercover to infiltrate drug rings within the army. His anti-terrorist work in Northern Ireland is fascinating especially when he returns for a second tour as a secret agent rather than just ordinary infantryman. I just love that fact that he kidnaps Ronnie Biggs pretty much on a whim and it's a shame it didn't work out for him. Wild experiences just seem to somehow find certain people in life, if most of us got a job as a farmhand on a South American ranch we probably wouldn't end up leading a local revolution but he does. Then again he seems to be a firm believer in `making your own luck' and it shows although his naivety in his Jamaican sojourn quite frankly takes some beating . Still, very interesting book and I'd recommend it.