“Alison and I are thrilled to be a Bronze winner in the Business/Career/Sales category of the IPPY Independent Publisher Awards 2013, getting the recognition for the effort that has gone into the book is very satisfying”. Our book was selected from over 5000 international entries and the award ceremony will be held in New York at the end of May.
Writing Investigative Interviewing: A guide for Workplace Investigators was the brain child of Harriet Stacey, “After conducting research in the area of investigative interviewing and training numerous police and other industry investigators I felt that there was a lack of advice for workplace investigators on how to conduct effective interviews. The book sought to make the amazing advances that research has made in this area accessible to practitioners and this award indicates that we have done that.”
Alison Page provided essential legal advice and edited the work to create a text that is legally correct, up to date and relevant for all investigators working in the industry.
Recognition should also go to Jill McMahon from Frankie and Boyd who provided excellent design and eye catching graphics for the book.
The Independent Publisher Book Awards were conceived in 1996 as a broad-based, unaffiliated awards program open to all members of the independent publishing industry. The awards are intended to bring increased recognition to the thousands of exemplary independent, university, and self-published titles produced each year, and reward those who exhibit the courage, innovation, and creativity to bring about change in the world of publishing.