Originally posted by pdunne
Well, you don't say what you already have, so it's a bit hit and miss. Here's a list off the top of my head, focusing on enjoyment rather than study.
Dr. Tarrasch, 300 Games of Chess
Dr. Tarrasch, die moderne Schachpartie (has it been translated? don't know)
ANY/ALL of Dr. Tarrasch's tournament books: Nürnberg 1896, Ostende 1907, St. Peterburg 1914
.. ho really loved chess, and it shows in the way he writes about it. Great games too.
Well,I own +-300 books (though a lot of garbage),it would take me a while to compile a list while it's easy for everyone to just mention a few they liked
They don't need to be instructional.History,biographies,whatever,it's all good.Just no openings.
To my knowledge Die Moderne Schachpartie has not been translated.A crime if you ask me,specially considering the crap that does get published.I have the German edition Ölms.
Thanks for the other suggestions.
Forgot to mention,the books can be in the English,Dutch,German and French language.
English notation is no problem either.