This is Botvinnik's Analiticheskie i kriticheskie raboty 1923-1941 (Moscow 1984), translated into English by Ken Neat.
This volume contains 121 games with Botvinnik's annotations, plus pen pictures of many his opponents.
References to 1970s and 1980s games are clear evidence of Botvinnik's chess researches continuing well beyond 1970, when he retired from international chess.
The games are supplemented wit 30 pages of cross-tables and statistics of Botvinnik's career, 16 pages of excellent photographs (many never previously published), translator's notes and an index of openings.
Though print quality is slightly below par and despite the gremlins that have crept into the photo captions, overall this is a superb work which does justice to one of the all-time great chess players at a time when he was crossing swords with the legendary starts of the inter-warperiod.