02--Terrorism & Hostage Negotiation

Antokol, Norman, & Mayer Nudell.  No one a neutral:  political hostage-taking in the modern world.  Medina, OH:  Alpha Publications of Ohio, 1990.  248p.

Aston, Clive C.  A contemporary crisis:  political hostage-taking and the experience of Western Europe.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1982.  217p.

Auerbach, Ann Hagedorn.  Ransom:  the untold story of international kidnapping.  New York:  Henry Holt, 1998.  481p.

Bolz, Frank.  How to be a hostage and live.  Secaucus, NJ:  L. Stuart, 1987.  128p.

Cooper, H. H. A.  The hostage-takers.  Boulder, CO:  Paladin Press, 1981.  82p.

Hippchen, Leonard Joseph, & Yong S. Yim.  Terrorism, international crime, and arms control.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1982.  293p.

How to avoid, prepare for, and survive being taken hostage:  a guide for executives and travellers.  Rancocas, NJ:  Defense Information Access Network, 1987.  United States Dept. of State, Office of Security.  57p.  Based on official, unclassified publications prepared by the Office of Security of the U.S. Department of State.

Hoyer, Horst.  Menschenraub, seine kriminalistischen erscheinungsformen sowie die für ihn vorgesehenen gesetzlichen strafbestimmungen.  Dresden:  M. Dittert & co., 1938.  73p.  Kidnapping & abduction in Germany.

Hultsch, Edward.  Authentic story of Claude Piersol, the kidnaper,    Springfield, MO:  Hultsch publishing co., 1918.  94p.

Kenna, Gerard J., P. J. Drivas & Robert M. Foys.  Hoax or hostage? a common sense approach to kidnap, bomb threat, extortion, for officers, directors, and their families.  Wausau, WI:  Execudec, 1974.  75p.

Lambert, Joseph J.  Terrorism and hostages in international law:  a commentary on the Hostages Convention 1979.  Cambridge:  Grotius Publications, 1990.  Cambridge Ph.D. thesis on International Convention Against the Taking of Hostages (1979).  418p.

Lanceley, Frederick J.  On-scene guide for crisis negotiators.  Boca Raton, FL:  CRC Press, 1999.  213p.

Lonsdale, Mark V.  Advanced weapons training for hostage rescue teams.  Los Angeles, CA:  Specialized Tactical Training Unit, 1988.  258p.

MacWillson, Alastair C.  Hostage-taking terrorism:  incident-response strategy.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1992.  263p.

Maher, George F.  Hostage:  a police approach to a contemporary crisis.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1977.  90p.

March, James.  The Negotiator.  London:  Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1988.  243p.

McMains, Michael J., & Wayman C. Mullins.  Crisis negotiations:  managing critical incidents and hostage situations in law enforcement and corrections.  Cincinnati, OH:  Anderson Publishing, 1996.  413p.

Miller, Abraham H.  Terrorism and hostage negotiations.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1980.  134p.

Needham, James P.  Neutralization of prison hostage situations.  Huntsville, TX:  Institute of Contemporary Corrections and the Behavioral Sciences, Sam Houston State University, 1977.  48p.

Poland, James M., & Michael J. McCrystle.  Practical, tactical, and legal perspectives of terrorism and hostage-taking.  Lewiston, NY:  Edwin Mellon Press, 1999. 

Robinson, Ronald Wayne.  Prison hostage : the siege of the Walls Prison in Huntsville, Texas.  Lewiston, NY:  Edwin Mellen Press, 1997.  136p.

Rogan, Randall G., Mitchell R. Hammer & Clinton R. Van Zandt.  Dynamic processes of crisis negotiation:  theory, research, and practice.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 1997.  184p.

Romano, Anne T.  Taking charge:  crisis intervention in criminal justice.  New York:  Greenwood Press, 1990.  183p.

Rosenthal, Uriel, Michael T.  Charles & Paul 't Hart.  Coping with crises:  the management of disasters, riots, and terrorism.  Springfield, IL:  C.C. Thomas, 1989.  485p.

Spear, Robert K., & D. Michael Moak.  Surviving hostage situations.  Leavenworth, KS:  Universal Force Dynamics, 1989.  118p.

Taylor, L. B.  Hostage!:  kidnapping and terrorism in our time.  New York:  Watts, 1989.  144p.

Thompson, Leroy.  The rescuers:  the world's top anti-terrorist units.  Boulder, CO:  Paladin Press, 1986.  241p.