I can recommend you the books "Kill Phil" and "Kill everyone" by Lee Nelson
Really? I picked up kill phil and read through it quickly, I would give that book to someone without much skill, whos won a satellite into a big tournament and has 3 days to get better, from memory it was mostly about how to remove the skill edge from obviously more experienced and deeper thinking players..... By going all in the whole time.
I do like Lee Nelson, he lives right by the sea where I work. The story I heard was he had the first million to start building the house and was in the process of winning the 2 million NZ needed to finish it, for real aye.
I agree Dan Harringtons books are good, well laid out and easy to follow.
I am thoroughly enjoying No Limit Holdem Theory and Practice by Ed MIller and David Sklansky dipping my nose into it when I get the chance on the la z boy. Im not finding it easy, some of the concepts and formulas are very tricky but its great in the fact that its not a "how to" book like the Harrington series. Im also reading The theory of Poker by David Sklansky, again, not easy going but as I read I realise I cannot move up to the next level myself without understanding and applying what Im reading to particular hands, tables and opponents.
I remember when I started playing, playing only live poker, I was hooked instantly. After trying to read strategy articles I realised how little I knew.
My tournament play improved significantly after reading the Harrington Tournament strategy books. Im not saying im good now, Im just up a level or two from then, and at every next level I guess you begin to learn how much more there is to learn.
So Im recommending the sklansky books, and look forward to the point where Im understanding and applying the knowledge. Then looking for the next level. Ive still got years to learn, hopefully I'll just keep improving.
I'll try to get a look at Collin Moshmann book when some spare room arrives in my brain.