I like listening to audio books on my way to work to keep my mind engaged. Other times I prefer silence. Just the other day, I felt like listening to a book. My library has an app where you can borrow audio books for free and so I looked up "body language" and only one suggestion came up - "Body Language" by Suzanne Brockmann. So I downloaded it real quick and started listening.
My first thought while listening in the first minute was, "Oh, it's in story format like 'The E-myth Revisted' by Michael Gerber, but then it started getting a little more into the narrative without once mentioning body language.
I turned the book off after 5 minutes, never having seen or heard the name Suzanne Brockmann, the best-selling romance novelist. Yes, I'm that dumb and naive!
Here's the description I later found if anyone wants a titillating read:
"In this witty, sensual, poignant tale, New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann explores destiny, deception, and that steamy tipping point between deep friendship and romantic love."
Bottom line - Don't judge a book by its cover! Ha!