It's a great insight on social psychology with plenty of examples of how various people trick their victims into compliance and how to protect against them.
I especially like it because it's backed with a lot of research.
He engineers only one true result and most of the time the outcome is predicted by him in advance. A microexpression, as in a briefly revealed concealed emotion, happens in milliseconds.
And even if you recognize someone is concealing anger, you don't know why or whether it was even a conscious action.
How to win friends and influence people is a classic that works even if your intentions are not genuine, and it also contains a lot of examples. I am not a psychopath, a sociopath or an evil person.
Eventually, it always shines through you and people stop trusting you.
Nonetheless, have an upvote for posting something actually relevant to this subreddit.
very glad I took the time to read these books; I can't say it hasnt helped me either though as I was pretty shit at interacting with people out of high-school; brought up in 90's gaming culture so calling my coworkers 'faggots' wasn't really a good way to go about building a career.
There is no single book that meets all your criteria.
EDIT: I have recently started reading The Social Animal and the first few pages are excellent. As I said, I don't really mind if you want to go full Frank Underwood.