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Publisher's Summary

After the worldwide success of Secrets of Body Language, Tony Wrighton presents this new, incredible audiobook, devoted specifically to using body language to spot the liar. Wouldn't you like to know whether someone close to you is deceiving you, or telling the truth? How can you spot the cheating husband? Perhaps you'd like to work out if a realtor or a salesman is telling the truth? How can you tell if a poker player is bluffing?

As you hear Tony Wrighton illustrate the facts with fun stories, you'll start to see people differently. Hurry and get it now - before everyone else does!

Tony Wrighton is a Licensed NLP Trainer and Master Practitioner, having been trained by Paul Mckenna and the co-creator of NLP Dr. Richard Bandler.

© and (P)2007 Tony Wrighton

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  • Ricardo
  • Massama, Portugal
  • 08-17-08

Enjoyable to listen

I liked the content. It was informative and enjoyable.
Though, I would like it to contain more information on this very wide and interesting subject.
Maybe the author wants to "partition" into other books... more new sales...?
For this reason, price/time I will rate two stars

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Rip off

This was the worst book yet that I have bought. It is a rip off and should have read it in a womans magazine at the hair salon.

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Would you try another book from Tony Wrighton and/or Tony Wrighton?

Probably not

Would you ever listen to anything by Tony Wrighton again?

Maybe if it was recommended maybe I would give him a second chance.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

Nothing

What character would you cut from Body Language?

Well it wasn't a character

Any additional comments?

It is just because there wasn't enough detail for what I thought the lesson was to learn from this book.

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  • Brenda
  • Gauteng, South Africa
  • 04-23-12

This book makes you want more

Have you listened to any of Tony Wrighton’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes. I have also listened to The Secrets of Body Language.

What did you learn from Body Language that you would use in your daily life?

It is very relevant to everyday life. You could start using his tips immediately.

Any additional comments?

It's a good quick guide. I would recommend it to anyone who wants a crash course. My only complaint is that it's not long enough. It's enjoyable enough to make you want more of it.

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  • Moayad
  • 03-26-16

Absolutely brilliant right to the point.

Concise, right to the point, very well narrated, very meaningful, worths every penny. Highly recommended - no doubt