IR Verdict: IN THE COMPANY OF LIKE-MINDED WOMEN is a well-researched piece of early 20th century historical fiction about a pivotal summer in the lives of three reunited sisters, and focusing on the movement for women’s rights as well as family heartbreaks, secrets and estrangements.
IR Verdict: Written by team development specialist Simon Mac Rory, WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE provides a comprehensive and practical guide for team leaders serious about improving their team’s effectiveness and boosting output.
IR Verdict: Certain inventions change everything. But new possibilities do not come without consequences. If humans could live forever, would that change things for the better? In the riveting science fiction novel LOST STARS, author Donny Anguish explores such fascinating ethical dilemmas and more.
IR Verdict: ASIAN INGREDIENT SUBSTITUTIONS is a useful reference guide for the non-Asian cook who wants to learn how to prepare meals in one or more Asian traditions, but may not have access to a comprehensive variety of traditional ingredients.
IR Verdict: In author G. Burton’s foreword, he declares CONTINENTAL DRIFT a literary swing for the fences, an attempt at a Great Statement on life’s lessons. For some readers, it will be a home run, for others a triple. It’s a great effort, and one all readers will appreciate.
IR Verdict: With its well-defended commonsense alternatives to reductive, bottom-line business practices, LEAN BUT NOT MEAN is sure to get tech leaders thinking differently about how to innovate and grow, without alienating their workforce.
IR Verdict: KILLING ADAM by Earik Beann is gripping, intricately plotted and philosophically potent science fiction novel in which the most powerfully developed intellect might still be subject to destructive delusions that may very well wind up destroying all humans hold dear.
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