I guess the easiest test is to judge the list itself, and in my opinion money grab aside, the list fails on its own merits.
If you think about C# it has 3 good stories, its concurrency, Linq and the .net framework. This list doesn't even try to hit these areas. Instead it goes after tiered cliches like re-factoring and design patterns.
Has anyone read a re-factoring or design patterns book and got anything out of it? I've tried, heck I own a few of the books listed here and I wouldn't recommend it.
Its missing something on concurrency
Jon Skeet's excellent book on C#
The CLR via C#
Linq in action
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