Napoleon on the Art of War by Jay Luvaas. The editor pieced together letters, memoirs, and correspondences by Mssr. Bonaparte over the many years into a logically flowing text. I chose it because a poster here asked which Art of War I had read earlier, since I didn't know there were others besides the Sun-Tzu version. This same editor compiled one on Frederick the Great, too. One thing I'll say, Napoleon was very detail oriented and clear.
Sliding Scales by Alan Dean Foster. I found this book in a library sale, and I wanted to try some more non-SW sci-fi. I've read a little by ADF before (and he's written 2.9 Star Wars EU novels, also). I now know what it feels like to enter an established "universe" without knowing it well; apparently the Pip and Flinx series has quite a bit of detail to it that I don't know. ADF sure likes alliteration in his style.
Now I'm at 22 books and over 6K pages tallied.