Put Survival Stealth to Work for You With This Book

How to Hide Anything, by Michael Connor, is an excellent choice for your survival library. It describes hiding all sorts of things, whether at home or away from home.

Here’s a description of the book: “


“With little effort and expense, you can hide cash, armaments and even family from the menacing eyes of burglars, terrorists or anyone. Learn how to construct dozens of hiding places right in your house and yard. Here are small hiding places for concealing money and jewelry and large places for securing survival supplies or persons. More than 100 drawings show how to turn ordinary items into extraordinary hiding places.“


This isn’t a thick book. It’s 120 pages in paperback. You should also know it’s not a new book. In fact, it’s over 25 years old, but the fact that it’s still available indicates an interest in its subject matter. I suggest getting it as an introduction to concealment. It could prove to be the only book you’ll need on this topic.

To get your copy of How to Hide Anything, click on its title wherever you see it linked in this post, and you’ll be taken to the page where it’s featured. Get your copy today and discover how to protect valuables for survival.


Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.