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DRIVE THRU DECEPTION: Clues to Detect Deceit
Drive-Thru Deception is a handbook of how to uncover deception using words instead of body language. It is the ultimate pocket guide that liars don’t want you to have.
Deception Expert, and Human Lie Detector, Laurie Ayers, offers up her wit and wisdom on how to ask questions to give you revealing responses, words and phrases that indicate deception, specific clues to deceit to listen for in oral statements, and what to watch for in written communications.
Through stories, humor, and dozens of practical tips, Laurie shows you a method to determine if someone is being truthful, or if they are lying. Drive-Thru Deception is a unique insight into the language of deception told in a quirky compilation of indispensable lessons, anecdotes, examples, and little-known tells, packed into easy-to-digest, bite-size nuggets.
This handy reference provides practical advice that you’ll be able to apply immediately. Whether you’re struggling with a personal relationship, you’re concerned about coworkers, or if you are in the human resources, sales, customer service, legal, medical, negotiation, mediation or law enforcement field, this book is a must!
Available at Amazon, Audible, Schuler Books in Grand Rapids MI, and epilogue books in Rockford, MI
Drive Thru Deception: Clues To Detect Deceit is a quick fast-paced read that is very informative. Ayers has written a book that is easy to follow and understand with step by step examples that is sure to help you spot when someone is being deceptive. A book that is full of stories, practical tips and tricks plus tons of humor. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to become more aware of the people around them and the desire to find the truth. – Lovely Loveday
Build those marketing funnels…the book is great/I think about things I read in it as I write. I’ll say, “Should my character say this when he is telling the truth.” Or “This statement undermines my previous sentence.” Good stuff. Thanks for writing. – Randy Otterbridge