Ever been lied to? Ever told a lie?

Everybody lies. Lying is part of our every-day lives and it’s not all bad. But when lies are told with the intent to harm, recognising the deception is a crucial skill we can all use.

Dr David Craig has written an easy-to-read and practical book that will help you kick-start your own ‘lie detecting’ ability and provide you with cutting-edge lie detection skills you can use straight away.

From the common situations of bargaining, making a purchase, or dealing with children through to the more serious business of negotiating a contract or identifying infidelity, he delivers simple but effective tips and techniques to see behind the facade and get to the truth.

This book provides you with valuable insights into lying that you can use immediately. Read it and benefit by applying your ‘Human Lie Detector’ skills to your day-to-day life.

David Craig achieved his doctorate in law by completing an international comparative analysis of the world’s leading undercover programs – where detecting lies can be a matter of life and death.

As a senior Australian Federal Police Agent (AFP), David led areas in Counter Terrorism, Intelligence and Covert Operations in Australia and overseas.

With both academic and real-world experience in Hunting Lies, there’s no one better placed to assist everyday people and law enforcement professionals to rapidly become Human Lie detectors.


David Craig

In the secret world of Covert Operations, Undercover Operatives' lives depend on their ability to both, tell lies and detect lies. As an expert in covert operations, Dr. David Craig has been teaching and researching these techniques in Australia and overseas for over 20years. 

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