One chess book I would like to see published is a book on the Sicilian Scheveningen.
For such a high profile opening I think there is a big gap in the market for agood book on this opening.
Consider that we have so many other books on the Open Sicilian
Sveshnikov Reloaded (Quality Chess)
Complete Sveshnikov (Gambit)
Easiest Sicilian (Based on the Sveshnikov) (Chess Stars)
Play the Dragon (Gambit)
Mastering the Najdorf (Gambit)
Complete Najdorf: 6.Bg5 (Batsford)
Complete Najdorf: Other Lines (Batsford)
Sharpest Sicilian (Based on the Najdorf) (Chess Stars)
Sicilian Taimanov (Gambit)
Chess Explained: Sicilian Taimanov (Gambit)
Easiest Sicilian (Based on the Taimanov) (Chess Stars)
I could go on (these are just the ones I own)
What is there on the Scheveningen?
The Basic Starting Out by Everyman (Of which there is a starting out on nearly every Sicilian Variation) plus it only covers one line of the Keres and is certianly not good enough to play at a good level with Black.
Emms book Play the Najdorf: ScheveningenStyle (The best book at the moment) But is based on the Najdorf move order, no Keres, and nothing on pure Scheveningen move order.
Kasparov/Nikitin Sicilian Scheveningen. This is soooo out of date!!
I feel for a MAJOR variation on the Sicilian (Play by the best play of all time and coutless other TOP GMs) the chess book publishers seem to overlook this opening time and time again.
Anyone else have a book you just wish they would publish?