Thursday, October 9, 2014

Two new books to read

HI, hope you are having a great FAll. Here are two books to curl up and read on those
gloomy days (or nights).


Safe in the Woods
Tips, Techniques and Advice for Safety and Survival

This is our newest and most definitive work. It will save lives! It’s all about getting outdoors and safely enjoying nature. Whether you are exploring the Cascade Mountains, the Adirondacks, the Florida ‘glades, or just going for a walk in your local woods, this book is for you.  It’s all about getting away from the hectic “human” world and enjoying nature as it should be enjoyed – safely!
So whether you are hiking, hunting or just photographing the natural world you need to be prepared.
“There are some things out there that can hurt you or ruin your day,” according to co-author Roger Fulton, an experienced outdoorsman and naturalist. “But if you are properly prepared, you will be ready for any adverse weather, ornery critters or other challenges that you may encounter.” 

“So our efforts through this book are to keep you safe, help you to enjoy whatever outdoor adventure you want to go on, and to get you home safely at the end of your outing. It’s all about “you and yours”.

2014, 100 pages, spiral bound, $19.95


Roger Fulton, co-author,,
19 Bellrose Avenue, Cortland, NY 13045
386-956-6089, Afternoons and Evenings

Copies of this new release can be obtained in person from one of the authors, online at or through the publisher, Common Man Books, or just call them at: 866-793-0555. Or just ask for it at your local bookstore or outfitter.

As you can see by the cover and back of the book, it is VERY different than my first book.  Both are non-fiction, but this one uncovers some ground never-before done plowed - the training (or lack of it) at the FBI Academy.  Raucous antics of a crazy New Agents class is only part of the theme.  What you may think happened at the FBI Academy may not have happened!


Pete Klismet, BS, MS, MA, FBI (Retired)

Author:  FBI Diary: Profiles of Evil (;

               FBI Animal House (;
               FBI Diary: Home Grown Terror (Winter 2014)

Consultant:  American Society of Cold Cases; Canadian National TV; Preventing School Shootings

Enjoy and stay safe out there!

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