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Freeman, S., and J. C. Herron. 2001. Evolutionary analysis. 2d ed. Upper Sadle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
An excellent inquiry-based college-level textbook on evolution.
Ridley, M. 2000. Genome: The autobiography of our species in 23 chapters. New York: HarperCollins.
A series of essays (one for each chromosome in the human genome) that discuss various aspects of human genetics and evolution.
Willis, C. 1998. Children of prometheus: The accelerating pace of human evolution.
In this semi-popular book, Willis discusses the ways in which humans are still evolving.