At the moment I'm reading Ronnie Rose's book 'Working with Nature'. Excellent book about a man and his work of deer control and natural regeneration in the Scotish Highlands. Years, I may add before the 'Good ideas club' started ranting on about environmental conservation.
Before that I read 'Out of Nowhere' A History of The Military Sniper. By Martin Pegler. Excellent book that shows the importance of hunting and hunters to the art of sniping. American back woods sharpe shooters, The Scots Ghillies WWI volunteers of the Lovats Scouts, Russian hunters duels with deer stalking German snipers in Stalingrad, through to the extraordinary skills of modern Canadian snipers in Afganistan (their marksmanship abilities believed to be due to many of them having Native American blood lines).
Try them out, beats wactching Eastenders!