On my Kindle at the moment -- non-fiction -- includes a few titles which readers of CP might find of interest:
Tim Taylor, The Instant Economist
Tim's the long time managing editor of the Journal of Economic Perspectives and he blogs at The Conversable Economist.
Norbert Haring and Olaf Storbeck, Economics 2.0
This book provides an overview of many contemporary ideas related to behavioralism, happiness, etc.
Both books are against "basic economics" and classical economics, and emphasize the deviations from rationality and from perfect markets. Both are extremely well-written and well worth the read.