- Esmonde and Murty,
*Problems in Algebraic Number Theory*(beware of the many small errors, hopefully to be corrected in a future edition) - Ireland and Rosen,
*A Classical Introduction to Modern Number Theory*(a pretty good read, I'm told) - Lang,
*Algebraic Number Theory*(not an easy read, assumes undergraduate algebra) - Marcus,
*Number Fields*(mostly does examples) - Neukirch,
*Algebraic Number Theory*(not to be confused with his other books, which are very difficult reading) - Pollard and Diamond,
*The Theory of Algebraic Numbers*(the avoidance of abstract algebra makes this an easy read but obscures certain points)

Zvezdelina Stankova-Frenkel 2001-01-14