Here is the main variation in the solution to Example 17 on Page 25 of Art Of Connecting Stones.
As I mentioned in my review, the book is well-written, and it calls "a conservative move." If prevents Black from connecting, then cuts and wins the semeai. Note the application of the proverb Semi Eyes Win Semeais.
Here is the solution to Example 15 on Page 21 of Art Of Connecting Stones.
What, the solution is the infamous Empty Triangle? What kind of a go book is this, if it presents problems whose solution makes Bad Shape? Well, I don't "do" empty triangles, so I found another solution.
This solution is much more consistent, especially since the relevant chapter of the book is named "Connecting at the Edge of the Board."
Here are the variations I found