Former Ishi Press, reprint published by The Kiseido Publishing Company.
Written by Kunihisa Honda 9-dan. Original publication in 1992, reprint in 2015. 258 pages.
Information from the backside of the book:
"Learning joseki is an important step on the road to mastering Go. However, learning how to choose the winning joseki is even more important.
This book bridges the gap between fuseki, the opening moves of the game, and joseki.
By playing a joseki you ensure that you avoid mistakes. But the corner interacts with the rest of the board, and the biggest mistake of all may have been the joseki that you chose.
Here a master of the game presents 24 typical opening situations. In each situation the author proposes 3 different strategies for play in one of the corners, and then analyses the whole board situation.
Although locally all 3 moves are plausible, that is to say they are josekis, from the whole board point of view only one of the strategies is superior. The preferred and inferior moves are then analyzed in great detail.
From these examples you will gain an insight into when and why one joseki is better than another."