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Sure thing. If you like that philosophy, if you haven't read it, I'd pick up this version of Sun Tzu's The Art of War. The commentary is very interesting, and it has other works other than Sun Tzu as well. I enjoy it because it compares The Art of War it to the Tao Te Ching (as well as other similar documents), and the author gives an interesting interpretation of the piece that you don't get from the document alone. Another good one is On Combat, The Psychology and Physiology of Deadly Conflict in War and in Peace. The title describes the book, but if you have any loved ones who have been in the military, or you're just interested in physical conflict, this is a good read as well.
Tigers in the Mud was really interesting to read, cool to see WWII from a different perspective.
The Art of War is a good read as well. I like how it combines military strategy and Taoism.
Those are my favorite ones so far, but I read a lot more fiction than anything...