I have most of those on your list, you should read Hitler's U-Boat War, 2 Volumes (Clay Blair); Volume 1 is subtitled The Hunters, 1939-1942; Volume 2 is subtitled The Hunted, 1942-1945. It is an excellent read.
I have perhaps thirty, mostly U-boat/WWII and Cold War Soviet vs allies nonfiction.
Some favorites include (I’ve placed an asterisk in front of those I’d recommend):
*Blind Man's Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage (Sontag/Drew)
*Red November: Inside the Secret U.S.-Soviet Submarine War (Reed)
*On the Bottom: The Raising of the Submarine S-51 (Ellsberg)
*The Death of the USS Thresher: The Story Behind History's Deadliest Submarine Disaster (Polmar)
*Project Azorian : The CIA and the Raising of the K-129 (Polmar/White)
*Operation Drumbeat: Germany's U-Boat Attacks along the American Coast in World War II (Gannon)
*Black May: The Epic Story of the Allies' Defeat of the German U-Boats in May 1943 (Gannon)
Stalking the Red Bear: The True Story of a U.S. Cold War Submarine's Covert Operations Against the Soviet Union (Sasgen)
Wahoo: The Patrols of America's Most Famous WWII Submarine
The Taking of K-129: How the CIA Used Howard Hughes to Steal a Russian Sub in the Most Daring Covert Operation in History (Dean)
Silent and Unseen: On Patrol in Three Cold War Attack Submarines (McLaren)
Rising Tide: The Untold Story Of The Russian Submarines That Fought The Cold War (Weir/Boyne)
*Scorpion Down: Sunk by the Soviets, Buried by the Pentagon: The Untold Story of the USS Scorpion (Offley)
*All Hands Down: The True Story of the Soviet Attack on the USS Scorpion (Sewell)
*Red Star Rogue: The Untold Story of a Soviet Submarine's Nuclear Strike Attempt on the U.S. (Sewell)
*The Silent War: The Cold War Battle Beneath the Sea (Craven)
Why the USS Scorpion Was Lost: The Death of a Submarine in the North Atlantic (Scorpion Structural Analysis Group, and B. Rule)
Submarine: A Guided Tour Inside a Nuclear Warship (Clancy)
The Silent Deep: The Royal Navy Submarine Service Since 1945 (Hennessy/Jinks)
Seventeen Fathoms Deep: The Saga of the Submarine S-4 Disaster (William)
*Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania (Larson)
I am upset about the Progressive ad which shows a person reading a book about submarines. The 'coach' asks the man "Who reads books about submarines?", the man replies "My father".
My dad never read books about submarines, I do!
Ever since grade school when I read 'Up Periscope' and a number of Ballantine war books about submarine commanders and their wartime careers.
I think I have 30-40 submarine books. I would like to hear from you, how many submarine books do you own and which one is your favorite.