Poker is a game of situations, and knowledge. So there really is no "correct" answer to this question, just as there is no "correct" way to play a hand in poker.
One thing that I have learned from reading is that they spend far too much time teaching how to play certain hands, which would lead the reader toward playing each hand similarly.
While books provide good insight on different ways to play certain hands, these examples are just a framework for you to use your experience to lead you toward making the correct decision with the hand based on the situation.
The most valuable information that I have gained from reading a book relates to outs, pot odds
, implied odds, situational bluffing
, and tells
The rest, you have got to rely on your experience to assess the situation and determine the correct course of action.