180 Telltale Signs Mates are Cheating and How to Catch Them
by Raymond B. Green
with psychological input by Marcella Bakur Weiner, Ed.D.
You've watched it in soap operas, seen it in movies, read about it in magazines and heard the gossip, but we'd all like to believe infidelity is someone else's tragic story. Unfortunately, sometimes it happens to you. If you're married or in a new or old relationship and you're worried about your partner's unfaithfulness, Cheaters will open your eyes to something that happens more frequently than people want to believe.
Based on years of research, countless hours of surveillance and interviews with clients, international private investigator and former police officer Raymond B. Green has compiled this provocative, pragmatic guidebook to help suspecting partners uncover what their mates are doing when they're not around. Green's comprehensive manual provides readers with information on the hidden signs of cheating, emotional clues, physical evidence and where to purchase surveillance equipment and how to use it. This informative book also offers important tips on catching and confronting your cheating mate with the incriminating evidence, as well as revealing how and why affairs happen and how to prevent them.
Cheaters is a valuable tool for anyone who's had that gut feeling his or her mate or spouse is being unfaithful—and wants to know the real, uncensored truth.
"Mystically insightful yet hard-boiled: it teaches you
what everyone secretly aches to know."
— New York Times
"Something seem amiss at home? Eliminate (or confirm)
your suspicions with Cheaters."
— New York Daily News
"Juicy cheating stories. Uses anecdotes to help readers
get inside the mind of the unfaithful."
— Saint John Telegraph-Journal
*Featured in Cindy Adams' column in the New York Post and in the Staten-Island Advance and Seattle Times
Raymond B. Green is a former police officer with years of investigative policing experience. He now is a bonded, licensed private investigator and owner of his own investigation company, Brelen Investigations, Inc., and is the vice-chairman of the Private Investigators' sub-committee for the New Brunswick Securities Association. His clientele spans Canada, the United States and Europe. Green resides in New Brunswick, Canada.
Marcella Bakur Weiner, Ph.D. is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and an adjunct professor of psychology at Marymount Manhattan College. The author/contributor to over 20 books and 60 articles, she has appeared on national television shows and radio programs and has been interviewed by popular women's magazine. Dr. Weiner maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Brooklyn and Manhattan and lives in New York City.
A New Horizon Press Release
6 x 9, 170 pages
LC #2002103023, world rights
ISBN: 0-88282-225-X (pb), $15.95