A Guide to Identifying Terrorists Thru Body Language
A Guide to Identifying Terrorists Thru Body Language by Your Total Image Publishing at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. From domestic terrorists and serial killers to troubled students and homicidal exes, there are violent people living right here among us. In A Guide
From domestic terrorists and serial killers to troubled students and homicidal exes, there are violent people living right here among us. In A Guide to Identifying Terrorists Through Body Language, renowned body-language expert and bestselling Toxic People ® author Dr. Lillian Glass reveals the visual cues, characteristics, and behaviors we need to identify the most dangerous people in our midst - in only seconds. In this book she teams up with former FBI Special Agent D. Vincent Sullivan where they both draw upon decades of experience. Her expertise in body language, vocal forensics, and behavioral analysis, and his experience as a former member of the Joint Terrorist Task Force provide you with the same instruction, information, and insight they have provided to law enforcement, the justice system, and Homeland Security, among others.
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