A book's publication information may give a sense of whether other scholars have vetted its content. For example, if a reputable university or research institute press published the book, you can be reasonably sure the content is credible. Usually, these presses only publish books that scholars in the field have scrutinized.
This video will help you sort through the kinds of sources that may be relevant to the research you are conducting.
Source: East Carolina University, https://youtu.be/1eKDcllIupI
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