TOPEKA PUBLIC LIBRARY -- How do you know someone is telling you the truth? Former FBI agent and author Mark Bouton tells you how this Sunday, March 13th at 2:00pm in the Topeka Room (second floor) of the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library.
This Sunday Afternoon with Kansas Authors program helps you become a human lie detector by using the tips in his new book "How to Spot Lies Like the FBI."
His presentation will touch on the psychology of lying, lying in our society, and how lying affects daily life. In the book, Bouton describes telltale body language and actions, which can help you spot when someone is telling the truth or trying to dupe you.
During his tenure with the FBI, Bouton played a key role in solving the Oklahoma City Bombing case. He is a nationally touring mystery and nonfiction writer who’s penned such works as the Max Austin, P.I. books and the LAPD Mysteries Cracks in the Rainbow and The Second Savior.
Mark Bouton majored in sociology at Oklahoma State University and earned a law degree from Oklahoma University School of Law before spending 30 years with the FBI.
A book signing will follow the author talk. For more information on the author, call the Topeka Room at 580-4510.
The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library is 21st-century, landmark library, and features the Alice C. Sabatini Art Gallery, the Millennium Café, the Chandler Booktique Gift Shop, meeting rooms, and free computer and Internet access and training.