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Is there anything you would change about this book?
Yes. I would have an edition for law enforcement professionals and one for non-professionals that are interested in the subject. The second half of the book is geared toward law enforcement only and wasn't very interesting in terms of application.
What do you think your next listen will be?
Did Steve Carlson do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
I didn't care for his voice. To me he sounded "old" like someone's Grandpa telling a story and, for me, that took away from the content of the book.
Did Evading Honesty inspire you to do anything?
Check reviews more carefully before I click the "buy" button.
Any additional comments?
Like any book, whether or not you will enjoy it is always a crap shoot. This wasn't awful, but since I only got content out of half the book I was disappointed, but this book was inexpensive, so I can't complain much.
Very short. Not much new info that most tenured LEOs don't already know. Some of the methods of articulating observations suggestive of dishonesty were useful, but otherwise I was not impressed. If you have a free credit and are curious, it isn't a worthless investment. I wouldn't pay cash for it.