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An entry on "Forensic Linguistics" in The Encyclopedia of Linguistics, includes the following in its list of references:
Shuy, R.W. 1998. The language of confession, interrogation and deception. Los Angeles: Sage Publications.
From the library homepage, search for The language of confession
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