Books tagged: taxi cabs

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The Things We Do for Money…! Everything you always wanted to know about taxis but the driver wouldn’t tell you . .
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 47,990. Language: English. Published: August 14, 2016 by Warrior Publishers. Categories: Nonfiction » Transportation » Public Transportation, Nonfiction » History » Australia & New Zealand
The first book about the Taxi Industry, this book has something for everyone: for cabbies a common theme with which they can identify; a word about the various authorities, companies & cab owners; & heaps of interesting information with over 40 pages of their questions and answers: Can I smoke in a cab? How much does a cabbie earn? Do cabbies get solicited? Do taxis carry only people & luggage?
Mr.Taxi's Idea
Price: Free! Words: 10,400. Language: English. Published: February 16, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Personal memoir, Nonfiction » Transportation » Public Transportation
Memoir of a long time N.J. cab driver and how he helped a tv producer create a hit show on a chance ride to Newark airport . The book took just about a year to write and is a true story.
Afghan Chai (Revised)
Price: $6.37 USD. Words: 19,000. Language: American English. Published: February 5, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action
"Afghan Chai" is a work of fiction tells the story of a young man who risks his life for a girl and deals with so many issues and problems in a foreign land.
Cranes
Price: $1.55 USD. Words: 9,830. Language: English. Published: March 30, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal, Fiction » Fantasy » Urban
Something strange is happening in the neighborhood of Tempe and Phoenix and occult investigator Vex Harrow is on the case. Shortly after taking on a VIP transport gig from her dad, mostly the boring job of driving a construction consultant around in her taxi, she discovers that people have been dying at construction sites. ...and things are not so ordinary.