I feel like you have most of the books I would take with me to a desert island if I wanted to read about NLHE the whole time I was there. The following is my humble opinion, but there's a recommended reading thread in the Live Low-stakes No Limit forum here: http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/17...g-list-778915/
No Limit Hold 'Em: Theory and Practice (Sklansky/Miller)
Professional No Limit Hold 'Em: Volume 1 (Miller/Mehta/Flynn)
Small Stakes No Limit Hold 'Em (Miller/Mehta/Flynn)
How to Read Hands at No Limit Hold 'Em (Miller)
Playing the Player (Miller)
These are the ones you have already, right? If you got started with just those, you'd be pretty much OK in my opinion. If you've already churned through them, there's a few more I'd recommend that have advanced my thinking in the game (so that I suck a lot less now than I used to, haha)
Harrington on Cash: Vol. 1 & 2 (Dan Harrington)
Easy Game 3rd Ed. (Andrew "Balugawhale" Seidman)
The Poker Blueprint (Nguyen/Davis)
The NLHE Workbook (Nguyen/Marchese)
The last 3 are online-focused books but introduced me in a big way to stuff like range oriented thinking and combinatorics, and despite being a few years old and advocating a strategy that is a bit aggro (to say the least) for live low-stakes NL, do a lot to get the hamster running on his wheel when it comes to you thinking about hands.
If you want an order to read these books in, I'd go with the order I listed them in the post here, except I'd consider putting Miller's most recent 2 books at the end. Even though you could jump right into them after, say, NLHE:T&P, I feel like they build on a lot of the commonly available poker literature and advances in thought since the work he did with Mehta and Flynn.
"Decide to Play Great Poker" is also awesome to have around, especially if you have a wobbly table that needs to be balanced, run out of TP or need to start a fire. See the review from DS himself here: http://www.twoplustwo.com/magazine/i...dukes-book.php