How to Tell a Lie

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
A short, provocative work examining the ways we look at life. Using logic and offbeat humor, the author challenges the reader to examine per-suppositions and provides techniques for telling the difference between truths and lies. A strange mix of humor and philosophy. Entertaining and challenging.

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  • Category: Essay » Sociology
  • Words: 2,880
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781465946218
About M.E. Brines

M.E. Brines spent the Cold War assembling atomic artillery shells and preparing to unleash the Apocalypse (and has a medal to prove it.) But when peace broke out, he turned his fevered, paranoid imagination to other pursuits. He spends his spare time scribbling another steampunk romance occult adventure novel, which despite certain rumors absolutely DOES NOT involve time-traveling Nazi vampires!

A former member of the British Society for Psychical Research, he is the author of three dozen books, e-books, chapbooks and pamphlets on esoteric subjects such as alien abduction, alien hybrids, astrology, the Bible, biblical prophecy, Christian discipleship, conspiracies, esoteric Nazism, the Falun Gong, Knights Templar, magick, and UFOs, his work has also appeared in Challenge magazine, Weird Tales, The Outer Darkness, Tales of the Talisman, and Empirical magazine.

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Review by: Leila Smith on June 16, 2013 :
Another great little piece! The only complaint against the book is that it was too short and I would have liked to have seen more examples.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Suzanne L. Davis on Sep. 5, 2011 :
A fun book for me! I enjoyed it thoroughly and would have liked each concept developed a bit more, but that's hardly a complaint. I look forward to reading more by this author.
(review of free book)
Review by: Sharon Day on Sep. 4, 2011 :
Very easy to read and logically organized. This author is obviously a very good nonfiction writer and proficient at giving examples. I might not have completely agreed with the content, but I respected how he presented his point of view. I will definitely be reading more by M.E. Brines.
(review of free book)
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