Whether you're in your first year of management or your 20th, Why Leaders Fail is a must-listen for all leaders who know they need to be constantly learning, improving, and developing their leadership skills.
"A smart and to the point leadership book."
Have you always wanted to travel Canada, but are fearful of wide open spaces? Are you planning your next Canadian holiday to visit the best strip malls in town? This is That: Travel Guide to Canada will take you on an outrageous and unbelievable journey from coast to coast to coast to coast to coast.
Six true crime authors come together to present the second annual Serial Killers True Crime Anthology, which depicts 13 horrific cases of serial homicide told in detail. Each case will take the listener from the background of the serial killer to the crime scene, investigation, trial, and sentencing.
"Well written, disappointing oration"
Modern gods and goddesses, remote, revered - and like the pantheon of heroes and heroines of ancient myth - possessing great power tempered with flaws. Now, find within this anthology great tales by gifted and award-winning authors who move superheroes from the four-color panels of comic books to the fantastic pages of fiction, stories that will remind anyone who ever wanted to wear a cape or don a cowl of the extraordinary powers of the imagination!
"Pretentious tired old concepts"
In this edition of talkSPORT's My Sporting Life, Danny Kelly speaks to former Bolton Wanderers and Everton footballer Peter Reid about his life as both player and manager at some of the biggest sides in England.
Private investigator Frank Murphy's beat is Hollywood and Malibu in the 1930s. It's a hot time for a PI with police corruption, rum running, offshore gambling ships, kidnapping and homicide mixed in with Malibu Beach and, of course, babes. If you like your plots with a touch of noir this book was created for you.
"Nothing mysterious about Moon Over Malibu"
Tonight on the program, a conversation with Cardinal Peter Turkson, taped in Rome.
We conclude with a look at artificial intelligence with John Kelly, senior vice president of cognitive solutions and research for the IBM Corporation.