Good reference manual/tutorial for CS6

Does anyone know of a good Encore CS6 reference manual and/or tutorial?  I've searched the Internet and can't seem to find any book of any kind that's relevant to Encore.
An Adobe "Classroom In A Book" for Encore would have been useful, but there doesn't appear to be anything forthcoming from Adobe or anyone else.
I've got the Adobe Encore CS6 Help And Tutorial, but I find it lacking any depth and detail.
Suggestions would be appreciated!

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