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Pitcairn basically gives receipes and includes lots of supplements, but also has advice with certain medical conditons (only part of the book is about diet). It's a good holistic book overall, but not one if you're looking for extensive help on raw feeding.

Lonsdales books don't explain "what foods help what" and he mainly promotes to feed whole carcasses (that should be an interesting view on your balcony!!).

Billinghurst's book explained very well what foods carry what nutrition and it's very easy to understand. I liked it- when I started 8 years ago.

I'm not familar with the McDonald book. But Laurie recommended Sue Johnsons book on raw feeding and I've heard before it's very simple and explains everything.
So I would either look into Billinghurst or Sue Johnson.
 
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