OK here it is but a pox on you for asking. Had to run around to all my
reading material stashes to put together a fair representation.
Note, these are books from my own library that I have found helpful. It is
not a condemnation of any other books nor does it address tool specific
books, subject specific books, or the more esoteric books on woodworking I
Bob Flexner's Understanding wood finishes and Applying Finishes
Ian Hosker's Complete Woodfinishing
Jim Richey's Finishing Methods of work (a compilation of tips from 25
years of Fine Woodworking)
Bill Russel's Finishing Magic (A bit advanced and esoteric but
Jon Arno's The Woodworkers Visual Handbook
Nick Engler's Woodworking Wisdom
Tom Begnal's The Woodworkers Handbook
Rodale Press's Shop Tips
Chris Simpson's The Complete Guide to Woodworking
Two must haves
Patrick Spielman's Sharpening basics
Sandor Nagyszalancay's Fixing and Avoiding Woodworking Mistakes
A note on this category. I must have a dozen cabinet making specific books.
All of them are very informative but not what I would call comprehensive.
However Kevin Fristad and John Ward's Cabinetmaking Procedures For The
Small Shop seems to be the one I refer to most often.
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