I haven't read the estimated 4,500 Trump books which is the amount the Guardian estimates has been published since he took office in 2017, but I have read a few which I rank for you below.
My choices are based on new information, style, interest, content, documentation, readability.
If you only have time to read one, the best, most interesting, the one which is most captivating, whose author still commands a daily audience (if you follow him on Twitter) is:
1. Michael Cohen's It's short and fast. In retrospect (I read it last year), I can't believe it's 432 pages for it seems like half that, which gives you an idea of the speed per page.
2. John Bolton's The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir, filled with lots of anecdotes and behind-the-scenes glimpses of what went on when Mr. Bolton spent 17 months in the Wild House. Lots of unexpected humor by means of the author's snarky comments. 592 pages.
3. Mary Trump's Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man. She, of course, is his niece and a clinical psychologist. Very quick. Short and not so sweet. 240 pages.
4. (A Tie with Woodward's) Peter Strzok's Compromised: Counterintelligence and the Threat of Donald J. Trump. I listened to this book by a former FBI assistant director. Why the author doesn't sue Trump for defamation is beyond me. Perhaps Trump's office at the time protects him who can say whatever he wanted since that's what his content is. 387 pages.
I read about half of Brian Stelter's Hoax: Donald Trump, Fox News and the Dangerous Distortion of Truth until I finally realized (dumb me! Read the sub-title!) it really was about Fox and who cares about Fox? Mr. Stelter is the host of CNN's Reliable Sources which airs every Sunday at 11 a.m. and which I try not to miss. 448 pages.
If you have recommendations and/or comments, please write up! Thank you.
I be done with Trump and his books (I hope!).