Maryann Karinch has conducted seminars in body language and lie detection for the International Spy Museum, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, George Mason University and the Colorado Association of Code Enforcement Officials, among other government and private sector institutions.
Karinch has amassed an extraordinary compilation of analysis and
practical advice by top experts in the field. There is nothing on
the book market quite like it. It will change the way you look at
yourself and other people. You will find it to be a fun and highly
--Jack Devine, author of Good Hunting: An American Spymaster's Story, former head of CIA-- "Reviews"
Obtaining truthful information is at the heart and soul of the law enforcement, intelligence, counterintelligence, and counterterrorism professions, and is an art form to be studied, practiced, and mastered. This unique and well-researched book is a must-read for all investigators, intelligence professionals, and/or anyone [interested in] the topic.
--David Major, Retired Senior FBI Supervisory Special Agent; first director of Counterintelligence, Intelligence and Security Programs at the National Security Council Staff at the White House-- "Reviews"
Through exposing shocking, real-life spy secrets, this must-read book accelerates results with its dangerously powerful psychological and emotional levers that instantly allow the reader to build and leverage trust--during your everyday and defining moments. Hell, I'm not sure if it's even legal to buy this book!
--Janine Driver, body-language contributor to NBC's Today Show and best-selling author of You Say More Than You Think and You Can't Lie to Me-- "Reviews"