@mwerickson The Soul of Shame is great, as is his first book, Anatomy of the Soul. The latter is dense, and what I mean by dense is you're going to read a paragph or two and then have to sit and chew on your thoughts of it, or sit thinking to yourself, "Wow," or "Oh, man" or something similar. So it takes a while to get through just because you're stopping often for reflection. Or maybe that was just me. 😉
And of course there's all the articles he posts on his web site, like you found with "A Body of Work."