Don't Panic: Taking Control of Anxiety Attacks. (1996) by R. Wilson. New York: Harper Collins.

There are two main types of panic attacks, those that seem to come out of the blue (e.g. when you're at the mall, in church, or driving your car) and those that come from obvious triggers (e.g. snakes, spiders, public speaking). This is a scientifically based cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) guide on conquering the out-of-the-blue type of panic. It is useful for people suffering from panic and for their families.