How to Spot Lies Like the FBI: Protect Your Money, Heart, and Sanity Using Proven Tips.

How to Spot Lies Like the FBI: Protect Your Money, Heart, and Sanity Using Proven Tips.


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How to Spot Lies Like the FBI: Protect Your Money, Heart, and Sanity Using Proven Tips. by MS Patsie Sweeden, Mark Bouton

Someone will lie to you today. Do you have the skills to detect it? In How to Spot Lies Like the FBI, veteran FBI agent Mark Bouton shows you how to perceive when someone is trying to trick you by interpreting his body language, facial expressions, and verbal "tells." Bouton uses photographs and specific examples of how detecting lies helped him nab killers, kidnappers, bank robbers, con men, and bombers. The same techniques can help you spot when family, friends, lovers, salesmen, and repairmen are trying to deceive you. This knowledge will enrich your enjoyment of life and take the doubt out of your relationships.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615371863
Publisher: Cosmic Wind Press
Publication date: 05/22/2010
Pages: 262
Sales rank: 557,012
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

After obtaining degrees in sociology and law, Mark Bouton entered the FBI, where for 30 years he investigated terrorism and criminal cases across America. He nabbed killers, kidnappers, con men, bank robbers, and embezzlers, and he played a key role in identifying the Oklahoma City bombers. He currently writes suspense novels and nonfiction books, gives talks about the FBI, writing, and how to spot lies, and lives on a horse ranch in Kansas. He can be contacted at

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How to Spot Lies Like the FBI: Protect Your Money, Heart, and Sanity Using Proven Tips. 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
LivSafe More than 1 year ago
A police officer's job involves dealing with the public; we interact with them each day. Sometimes that interaction is on a proactive level; most times, we are reacting to something, a crime that was committed or a gut instinct we have regarding someone we contact on the street. Regardless of the reason, our course of action is predicated upon on our perception of the veracity of questions we ask. After reading Mark's book I feel better prepared to deal with people I feel are not telling the truth. But don't think this book is for law enforcement only. Parents, teachers, and many others can benefit from it as well. I highly recommend it!
mary_kennedy More than 1 year ago
Former FBI agent and mystery novelist Mark Bouton offers a fascinating look into the world of deception in this compelling book. It's a fascinating blend of scientific evidence, real-life stories from from Bouton's career in the FBI and practical advice on how to spot a lie. Is it always possible to tell if someone's lying? What does it mean if someone pauses before answering a question-is this usually a sign of deception? Can body language be a reliable indicator that someone is being less than honest? What are the "tells" you should watch for? Which is more important--what someone says or how he says it? These are just a few of the intriguing questions the author tackles in this comprehensive work. Photographs accompany the text and illustrate the key points, making this a highly readable, entertaining book. I highly recommend it. Five stars!