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Body language is a very powerful tool. We had body language before we had speech. 80% of what you understand in a conversation is read through the body, not the words

Although relatively new to this line of work, I have been trained by some of the most respected bounty hunters in the country, some of which have been in the industry for decades. A typical bounty hunt for me begins with a call from a bail bondsman. I then go to the bondsman's office and get a power of attorney, which gives me the authority to arrest the suspect on behalf of the bail bondsman. I also collect personal information on the accused, such as social security number, date of birth, etc. To an extent, I believe that in our line of work, we have the advantage over the police because we don't necessarily approach our targets wearing a police uniform and badge – so they ultimately drop their guard and make our jobs a lot easier.

What one book will you keep forever?

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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. I like that book because it helped me change my mentality about gaining wealth.
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Probably Eragon because I love that book. It shows a perfect balance of creativity and realism combined to me. Don't really like the sequels though, they fall flat while trying to do fighting scenes. Still, Eragon made up a lot of my love for books and I still love the book.
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I like the Twilight Saga. I have read the books before I watched the movie and I like the books better.
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The Holy Bible. The good news are in that book, the promised of God's salvation to mankind.
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My choice is more for sentimental reasons. I have an autographed copy of Martian Chronicles that Mr. Bradbury personalized as a birthday gift for my Dad. Both the author and my Dad are now gone, so the book is, to me, a priceless treasure.
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I don't have a good book to keep.
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I have a book that I still keep,"She Who Remembers," can't remember the name of the author, it's just I like the story of it.
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Harry Potter. smiling face with smiling eyes
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It has to be the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. It is a game and life changer.
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I am a huge geek so it will have to be The Silmarillion byJRR Tolkien. It was the first book of his that I read which got me hooked on reading.
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hiii
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