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This NY Times Bestselling classic is now an exciting multimedia eBook. Discover how to get the truth in any conversation or situation--in five minutes or less! Stop being lied to and taken advantage of; arm yourself with the same proven tactics that are used by the FBI and law enforcement agencies around the county.

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ISBN: 9781458037879
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