A Guide to Identifying Terrorists Through Body Language by Lillian Glass PhD

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It’s not just Osama Bin Laden anymore.

It’s the people all around you - from coworkers to your next-door neighbor. From domestic terrorists and serial killers to troubled students and homicidal exes, violent people are living right here among us.

But we don’t have to count on patience and providence to get us through. 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 the same instruction, information, and insight they have provided to law enforcement, the justice system, and Homeland Security, among others. Complete with real-life scenarios and case studies, this groundbreaking handbook is the protection we upstanding citizens need to keep ourselves, our families, and our society free from harm.


About Lillian Glass PhD

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Dr. Lillian Glass is an internationally renowned Body Language and Communication expert. She has used her expertise in the legal field and media where she provides analysis of newsmakers, world leaders, political figures, and celebrities. Dr. Glass is the author of 15 books including the bestseller Toxic People. She lives in Beverly Hills, CA. D. Vincent Sullivan, JD, is a Supervisory Special Agent with the FBI, who has been with the FBI for 28 years, and Program Manager of the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit. He is also a former member of the FBI New York’s Joint Terrorist Task Force and former instructor at the FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia.
Published March 15, 2012 by Adams Media. 188 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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