Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner
2005, 2006, Penguin, London
An economist and a journalist look at the economics of everyday life. From asking questions about real estate agents incentives, to the effect of specific baby names on a child's future potential.
This was a very interesting, if sometimes uncomfortable (the parts on the abortion-crime link), read. It is data analysis for the morbidly curious. The only disappointment is that the book portion ends about two-thirds of the way in and the rest is bonus material.