J. M. Buchanan and R. Wagner. The Consequences of Mr Keynes. 1978.
H. G. Brennan and J. M. Buchanan. Monopoly in Money and Inflation: The Case for a Constitution to Discipline Government. 1981.
M. Friedman and C. Goodhart. Money, Inflation and the Constitutional Position of the Central Bank. 2003.
E. Butler. Ludwig von Mises -- A Primer. 2010.
Each of these titles were (are) published by the great Institute for Economic Affairs of London. IEA has always played the important role of not only representing liberal ideas in the UK policy discourse, but in promoting sophisticated economic argument and the best of contemporary scholarship in economics.
I am also reading L. Kotlikoff's Jimmy Stewart is Dead: Ending the World's Ongoing Financial Plague with Limited Purpose Banking. 2010.
I'd be very interested in a discussion among our readers (and Steve) on Kotlikoff's proposal or for that matter the older Chicago School proposal for monetary stability developed after the Great Depression. I think that might produce a more fruitful discussion; I know it will produce a conversation that is more directly relevant to the problems the global financial crisis has thrust upon us.