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The Gray Rhino

The Gray Rhino
Michele Wucker
Pan Macmillan
Pp 284
R499

Drawing on her background in policy formation and crisis management, Michele Wucker shows in The Gray Rhino how to recognise and strategically counter looming high impact threats.

Good for the Money
Bob Benmosche
Pan Macmillan
Pp 271
R499

With his brash approach to the job, Benmosche restored AIG’s employee morale and good name. His is a story of perseverance, told with refreshing irreverence in unpretentious terms.

The Inevitable
Kevin Kelly
Penguin
Pp328
R699

Much of what will happen in the next 30 years is inevitable, driven by technological trends that are already in motion. This book provides an optimistic roadmap for the future.

Ace against Odds
Sania Mirza
HarperCollins
Pp238
R499

Mirza writes with candour of the hardships along the way, of the physical and emotional trauma caused by injuries and medical procedures, of the friends and partners who became her mainstay.

Chain of Custody
Anita Nair
HarperCollins
Pp309
R350

Bangalore’s Inspector Gowda is back in another nail-biting thriller. What does 13-year-old Nandita’s disappearance have to do with the murder of a well-known lawyer in a gated community?

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