Are you looking for a book on how to formulate recipes or a book of recipes?
I don’t normally follow recipes completely but a few of my last batches have been straight from Brewing Classic Styles and they were great. From all the books that I have, BCS is probably the only one I would consider a recipe book and would probably be the only one I would ever buy. The recipes are reliable which can’t be said about a lot of other sources. This isnt meant to be a sound like a jerk question but what did you not like about the book?
I have not heard good things about CloneBrews, as others have posted.
“Brew your own” magazine can have some good recipes, but I don’t know anything about the book. I do know some of the recipes in the magazine have errors in them.
For formulating recipes, the books I use most are Designing Great Beers, Brewing Classic Styles, and Radical Brewing. If Daniels updates Designing Great Beers I would buy it instantly. Love that book.