Must read books:

Here are the top ten books I recommend for anyone interested in understanding communication:

1. Telling Lies, Paul Ekman

Telling Lies

2. Face 2 Face, Mike Roche


3. What everyBody is saying, Joe Navarro


4. Thinking, Fast and Slow, Daniel Kahneman


5. Spy The Lie, QVerity

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6. It’s not all about me, Robin Dreeke

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7. The Gift of Fear, Gavin De Becker


8. Fooled by Randomness, Nassim Taleb


9. Influence: Science and Practice, Robert Cialdini


10. The Secret Life of Pronouns: What our words say about us, James Pennebaker

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7 thoughts on “Must read books:

    1. Ryan Mann, CFE Post author

      Julia, I thought the book was ok The biggest drawback for me personally was the amount of self promotion and filler material. I also don’t think the book is intended for those who have studied body language or deception detection, but appears to be more for those who are new. In a few areas I found some material that is arguable, but all in all it is not terrible. My 2 cents!

  1. thieblemontclement

    You should read books from :
    Messinger Joseph (Psycho-anatomy),
    Turchet Philippe (Synergology! – the most advanced body language + neurology)
    Also, i’ll check who’s Robin Dreeke!

    Thank you Ryan, people like you can change everything.


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