Double Exposure

Double Exposure

Women's Health Hazards On The Job And At Home

eBook - 2013
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Criminal World is a magazine dedicated to investigating crime all over the world; the reporters and photographers gather details of crime from victims, police records, and criminals themselves. The team takes steps to ensure that the public are provided with detailed accounts of events with graphic pictures that questionably cannot be compared with any other crime magazine. Samantha King is a reporter who joined the team from the Australian office of Criminal World. She is courageous and determined to get what she wants. She is also outspoken and uses her beauty to get what she wants; unfortunately, she tends to offend people with her bad language and temper. Fiona Ellington is one of the reporters and also a daughter of the editor, who is strong-minded and a force to be reckoned with as she immerses all her energy into finding a good story. Her life is Criminal World and anything else in life takes a back shelf, including love and marriage. Stuart Elliot was a photographer who spent a few years as a wedding photographer and then ventured into the world photographing models. He moved into the area of crime when he found himself actually photographing a murder as it happened. Daniel Harrison, another reporter that used to work in war zones, had a history in the army and used it to help him on location in remote areas. He achieved many things in his younger life, recognising an opportunity for a story an every moment. He was said to even sleep with a notepad in his bed. Many other people worked for Criminal World of course, and the main offices employed computer experts and retired scientists surprisingly enough. It was a thriving concern and the connections with other areas of expertise helped to make the magazine more accurate and credible. The World Wide Web, or Internet, serves as a valuable asset for Criminal World in order to receive vital information for the magazine.
Publisher: [United States] :, AuthorHouse UK,, 2013
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ISBN: 9781491877289
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Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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