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How to Spot Lies Like the FBI: Protect your money, heart, and sanity using proven tips. Paperback – May 22, 2010
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Mark's How to Spot Lies' is so very informative, backed up with pictures of facial expressions & body language to demonstrate what he is telling his readers. His background explains so much about his knowledge of his subject (or/and) subjects. His examples are excellent & in today's world of computer language, mobile phones, cyberspace,( just a small sample of what's out there) & the capabilities of all of these expose us to all manner of falsification. The more knowledge we have to help us see thru the subterfuge, the better. It's a book to read & re-read. Keep it by your phone or computer & refer to it often. Thanks Mark!
I feel MUCH more confident a out my ability to read people. Plus, it's fun!!!!
Of course, you best bet is to simply say, "Officer, are you detaining me or am I free to go?" If you are being detained, "If I being detained, I do not wish to make any remarks and I am requesting an attorney."
Repeat the above, rinse and repeat over and over.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Contains a lot of anecdotal ramblings. Hard to follow at times. Some of the claims seem arguable. Overall, a disappointment.Published 2 months ago by S. lazarus
He is my grandpa. I thought the book was informative and I learned a lot of things I never knew. Great book.Published 2 months ago by Bouton
Here is the book in a snapshot: quotes, stories, and very little information on catching a liar. Not well done.Published 10 months ago by just an efriend
This is a great resource for anyone interested in the study of interviewing and interrogating witnesses and suspects, respectively, to reach the truth. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Don T.D. Gala, Ph.D.