You Can't Lie to Me: The Revolutionary Program to Supercharge Your Inner Lie Detector and Get to the Truth

You Can't Lie to Me: The Revolutionary Program to Supercharge Your Inner Lie Detector and Get to the Truth

by Janine Driver


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Janine Driver was trained as a lie detection expert for the ATF, FBI, and the CIA and is a New York Times bestselling author (You Say More Than You Think). Now she makes a powerful and incontrovertible declaration: You Can’t Lie to Me.  Driver—who is known in professional circles as “the Lyin’ Tamer” and has demonstrated her world-renowned expertise on such programs as The Today Show, The Dr. Oz Show, and Nancy Grace—now offers readers essential tools that will enable them to detect deceptions, recognize a liar, and ultimately improve their lives. For readers of Never Be Lied to Again by David Lieberman and anyone worried about the possibility of cheating partners, devious co-workers, lying employees, or ubiquitous con men, You Can’t Lie to Me will help you uncover the truth in any situation while giving you the skills you need to keep yourself happy, your family safe, and your business protected.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062112545
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 04/29/2014
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 171,185
Product dimensions: 8.80(w) x 5.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Janine Driver is a world-renowned human lie detector whose New York Times bestseller You Say More Than You Think has been translated into fourteen languages. She has appeared on HLN's Dr. Drew On Call, The Today Show, and The Dr. Oz Show among many other media outlets. She lives in Alexandria, Virginia.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Official Truth Wizard James Newberry vii

Introduction 1

Part 1 Powering Up Your BS Barometer

1 The Truth About Lying 13

2 How the BS Barometer Process Works 35

3 When to Use the BS Barometer 51

Part 2 Mastering the BS Barometer Process

4 Step 1: Gathering Intel 71

5 Step 2: The Wiretap 97

6 Step 3: The Stakeout 129

7 Step 4: The Full Body Surveillance 157

8 Step 5: The Interrogation 181

Part 3 Your BS Barometer in the Big Picture

9 Putting It All Together 207

10 The Self-Exam 229

Epilogue: Using Your Powers for Good 253

Acknowledgments 257

Appendix 259

Notes 261

Index 267

What People are Saying About This

Margaret Moore

You Can’t Lie To Me is a must read for everyone who wants to understand how to decode people’s actions and be successful in spotting deception.”

Kathy B.Trahan

“My last decade would have been less stressful and more productive if I would have had You Can’t Lie to Me available. The effectiveness of your personal and professional communications will soar after reading You Can’t Lie to Me.”

Joe Navarro

“Janine Driver has the gift for teaching and once again she has made detecting deception fun, interesting, and worthwhile.”

Mick Woolsey

“You Can’t Lie to Me is wrought with humor and absolute transparency as Driver tackles integrity in the workplace, safety in relationships, and down-home honesty. I love the B .S.* Barometer. I’m recommending this second book as required reading for our entire staff!”

Jim Williams

“There are only a few times in life that we cross paths with someone who truly impacts us. Meeting and training under Janine Driver was one of those times for me. If you want to learn about body language and detecting deception, pay close attention to Janine and her methods.”

Aaron Brehove

You Can’t Lie to Me provides an entertaining and stuning look at how we often miss the tell-tale signs of deception. Buy this book now before you say ‘yes’ to one more person!”

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You Can't Lie to Me: How to Kiss Cheaters, Bullies, and B.S. Goodbye Forever 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 29 reviews.
Edward_James More than 1 year ago
Awesome book, I can't put it down!! I expected this to be a good reference book with some techniques I could utilize during my investigations/interviews (I'm an investigator), and while it is a great reference book it is so much more. Its a rarely seem positive spin on a valuable topic. interlaced with a good amount of humor. It's not only detecting deception/lies it is also detecting honesty. It is a must read and reference, but it now!!
debsdj More than 1 year ago
There isn't a lot in this book that is a big "AH-HA" unless you are totally oblivious to your surroundings. The best I can say is that the "facts" are just confirmation of what I already observed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Got the book yesterday after reading her article in Women's Health Oct issue. The book was easy to read and understand. I can't put the book down. I encourage you to get your own copy too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is AMAZING! I picked it up after I saw Janine on the Today Show last week. It really has helped me in my personal and professional life. You Can't Lie to Me has so many exercises that you can try at home or in the office. The book has helped me become more aware of who is lying and who is telling the truth. It actually is really important to be able to determine someone's baseline so then you can figure out when they are lying. I wish I had this book earlier in my life so I could have saved myself from some liars!
Robert_A_Booey More than 1 year ago
Fantastic! Wow! The amount of knowledge shared in this book is intense! Janine Driver did it again. I bought her last book as Christmas presents for loved ones. It looks like everyone knows what they're getting for Christmas this year!
SandieHerron More than 1 year ago
I can't report on the entire book. I can report on the marketing tactics being exceptional. The book jacket copy - awesome. It has this ability to pull you in and keep you there. Do you need to read this? No. But you'll sure enjoy it. I found myself with my jaw siting on my chest many times; you know the pose, one to catch flies? Or llaughing hilariously and not being able to stop except when you must laboriously take a breath. If I were an author selling my first book, I'm sure I would consult what must be a team of people who wrote this book. So I've many boxes to check today.
Kristina-C More than 1 year ago
I just saw her on the Today Show! I have to say it impressed me. I already have read her other book, You Say More Than You Think, it was a great read, but this book... WOW... That is all I can say. It has made me look at the world with a different perspective. She reiterates "not being a mindreader." I definitely could have used this a couple months back, while I was in a problem with my relationship. Not only does this book give you insight into detecting deception and monitoring your own body language, but it also give you hope for a better outlook in life. She give you the skill set that you can use right away, and quite frankly her tonality throughout the book makes it an exciting read. I could recommend you all to read this, but I don't think you all are ready to receive this treasure trove. I would rather just keep all these skills to myself.
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Everytime a woman author is forthcoming about personal experience, molestation, pedaphiles, and other sorts of male dominant vile actions against child and woman, there's always some monster loving critic who shoots down the bok. Don't waste your time reading the 2 negative reviews posted in May, 2013. The author is organized, metering out what could be dry information, with interludes of real life narrative, peppered with her innate humor. Love this author.
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Some interesting ideas if you can get past the name dropping and constant self-promotion.
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