I am reading Hell in the Hurtgen Forest by Robert Rush and am enjoying it quite a bit. BTW I noticed somebody was reading Wages of Destruction by Adam Tooze - I can't recommend that book enough. Yea, I know it's a doorstopper (big book) but it really is a good read, actually breaks new ground and does a good job of covering the economic history of Nazi Germany. Wages is even better than the past work on the Second World War's economic history done by Harrison and Millward. I wrote a review of Wages and posted it at The Globe At War if anybody wants to check it out.