The second book is “Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts.”
There's also this from Garner:
“I have it on good authority,” he conceded in one peek under the robes, “that when appellants to the U.S. Supreme Court spend eighty per cent of their time looking at Justice Kennedy,” who has gained a reputation as the divided Court’s swing vote, “it’s annoying.” He waited a beat. “To the others.”To Scalia. And now — after the Obamacare case — he'll have to put up with lawyers looking at Roberts.