The crew of Pike Place Fish, authors of In the Kitchen with Pike Place Fish Guys: 100 Recipes and Tips From The World-Famous Crew of the Pike Place Fish (Viking Studio) toss about their top three books on seafood.
Rick Stein's Complete Seafood: A Step-by-Step Reference: This book is an absolute bible on handling, preparing, and working with many, many types of seafood. For someone who loves seafood and wants to take their knowledge to the next level, this is a great resources. Lots of how-to information with great step-by-step photos.
Becky Selengut's Good Fish: Sustainable Seafood Recipes from the Pacific Coast: Wonderful photos and easy-to-execute recipes. Most importantly this book helps home cooks make excellent sustainable seafood choices throughout the year.
Paul Greenberg's Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food: Not a cookbook but a great explanation of how fragile the ocean ecosystem is through the story of four different fish. This book really opens your eyes to the need for more coordinated fish management and how our food choices affect the future of this food supply.