1. Reconciliation by Martin Smith (who is no longer SSJE by the way). A very interesting book on the Sacrament of Reconciliation as understood by Episcopalians, but much of the advice, as he admits, make sense for Lutherans and Catholics as well.
2. Torture and Eucharist by William Cavanaugh. It is so far something I feel could hold relevance in our country at the moment. Not because of torture, but because of the Church.
3. A Guide to the Sacraments by John Macquarrie. From the late Heideggerian, this 1997 book is a good contemporary Anglo-Catholic reading of the sacraments. It is so contemporary, indeed, that he cites a certain Rowan Williams at one point in his discussion of the Eucharist.