When a climber finds a preserved skull on a Himalayan mountaintop, it sets off a stunning exploration into the depths of evolution -- and a place where modern man was never meant to be.
-- "Fascinating....A high-altitude, high-stakes search for the yeti, the so-called Abominable Showman". -- The New York Times Book Review
-- "Philip Kerr, who has been dubbed 'Michael Crichton's smarter brother, ' brings us...the thinking man's techno-thriller that swirls around the discovery of a missing link in the Himalayas". -- Playboy
-- "Marvelous....An accomplished hybrid of science and Spielberg". -- Publishers Weekly
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An updated edition of the international bestseller First published in 1991, Workaholics was on the cutting edge of research on the psychological phenomenon of workaholism. Published in 16 countries, it has been acknowledged as the classic study of this complex addiction This revised edition of Workaholics features a new Introduction by the author, along with new diagrams and information that families, friends, and employers need to know in addressing this condition. Dr. Killinger demonstrates that the underlying root of this addiction is an obsessive-compulsive drive to gain approval and success through the exercise of control and power. And, drawing on years of counselling experience, she offer strategies to restore inner balance and ways to create a healthier life both at home and at work.
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Book Description Firefly Books, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111552091341
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