I think that would be impossible. Are you looking for books about a certain group or about the 9th air force? I personally collect mostly 362nd FG books, as well as other 9th AF books. I tend to stay away from other air forces, just because there is too much out there. (and Im not rich)
I tend to collect pilots autobiography's as well as unit histories. (too many, if you ask my girlfriend) there is a TON out there, you just have to figure which units you want to research.
The unit historys are the best in piecing together the past, at least in my opinion. The can be quite pricey though! As for "Fighter Pilot Jazz" well, I have that book. I got about halfway through it. I personally did not like that one. I hate to be a book reviewer here.. so I wont review it. Sorry
A good book to start with (in my opinion) is "A stormy sky over Normandy" by Remy Chuinard
He has been doing research since he was 19, an EXPERT, if there ever was one. http://www.amazon.com/s/r...ormy+sky+over+normandy
If you have other questions about a certain book or unit history, feel free to ask on these forums!
Scott - Wisconsin