HOW TO BEAT YOUR DAD AT CHESS Murray Chandler
This is a great book. It may not have the best title ever, as the content has nothing to do with beating your father at chess, or not specifically about beating your father at chess.
In the book you may find a comprehensive collection of the different types of checkmates. Reading the book you'll find out how to mate your opponent in typical positions. It is perfect for those players that suddenly find out they do not know what to do when attacking the opposite king.
Each pattern is explained through examples.