Thursday, December 6, 2012

Book Peek - December 6, 2012 - Contents

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Contents of Book Peek – December 6, 2012

1)      ‘Breaking the Bow: Speculative fiction inspired by the Ramayana’ Ed: Anil Menon, Vandana Singh
2)      ‘Dial M for Murdoch: News Corporation and the corruption of Britain’ by Tom Watson, Martin Hickman
3)      ‘Everyday Enlightenment: Walking the path to happiness in the modern world’ by Gyalwang Drukpa
4)      ‘Rammohun Roy: A critical biography’ by Amiya P. Sen
5)      ‘The Etymologicon: A circular stroll through the hidden connections of the English language’ by Mark Forsyth
6)      ‘How to Live Forever: And 34 other really interesting uses of science’ by Alok Jha

New arrivals: From Jaico, Viva, Harper.
1)      ‘Let’s Talk: Negotiation & communication at the workplace’ by Mukta Mahajani – Jaico
2)      ‘Talespin: Stories’ by Sanjay Chopra – Harper
3)      ‘Not Only the Things That Have Happened’ by Mridula Koshy – Harper
4)      ‘On Message - Precision communication for the digital age’ by Theo Theobald  - Viva
5)      ‘Adi Parva -  Churning of the ocean’ by Amruta Patil - Harper

Short snatches
1)      ‘Lessons in Lean Management: 53 ideas to transform services’ by Debashis Sarkar
2)      ‘The Alchemy of Well-being’ by Indrajit Garai
3)      ‘Paperclips Don’t Grow on Trees: Add value not cost to the bottomline’ by Catherine Devrye
4)      ‘Creating Personal Presence: Look, talk, think, and act like a leader’ by Dianna Booher
5)      ‘Planet Ponzi: How the world got into this mess, what happens next, how to save yourself’ by Mitch Feierstein
6)      ‘No One Had a Tongue to Speak: The untold story of one of history’s deadliest floods’ by Utpal Sandesara, Tom Wooten

Book Peek - December 6, 2012 - Contents

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