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New in New dust jacket. 5" x 8 1/2" 1840240822. Unread, unmarked. A very entertaining story about a bouncer at some of the world's roughest nightclubs. Martial arts expert Geoff Thompson spent nine years as a nightclub doorman. On the Door is the third volume of his autobiographical writings following the highly successful cult books Watch My Back-A Bouncer's Story and Bouncer. In On the Door Geoff Thompson recounts some of the hilarious tales of his street fights with gangsters, petty criminals and other troublemakers who dared to confront him. Geoff Thompson is recognized as an international authority on self-protection. He has written over twenty books on martial arts, self defense, fear control, as well as Watch My Back, Bouncer and On the Door, the three autobiographical Books about his early years and how he came to be a nightclub doorman working in his hometown of Coventry, England.; 192 pages.
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