War Day by Whitley Strieber and James Kunetka.
A journey across the United States five years after a limited nuclear war.
I may have to hunt that down, kill it and bring it back to the cave. That could be interesting.Not really a 'recommendation' since it's only just out and I haven't read it, but this has just last week been published, and may be of interest:
The Lessons of the Unfought Battles of the Cold War.
Published by Helion.
From the 'blurb':
"Battlegroup! investigates the unfought land battles of the Cold War on the Central Front. It focusses on the 1980s. It looks solely at high-intensity, conventional warfare; largely from NATO's perspective. It concentrates on the lower tactical levels: from company to brigade, or perhaps division. It considers the tactics, organisation and equipment and of the American, British, West German, French and Soviet armies."