Impact: The History of Germany's V-Weapons in World War II was written by Benjamin King and Timothy Kutta. King was the Command Historian of the US Army Transportation Center at Fort Eustis, VA. Since my grandfather's 519th Port Battalion was a Transportation Corps unit, King's concern with supply issues was especially useful to me. His chapter on Antwerp tended to me more technical, focusing on bombing figures, rocket flight patterns, antiaircraft artillery, etc.
V-2: A Combat History of the First Ballistic Missile was written by Tracy D. Dungan. Dungan runs V2Rocket.com. His chapter deals more with the personal experience of the people who suffered through the bombardment.
When my book Longshore Soldiers is published this month, I'm pleased to report its description will further contribute to the study of WWII Antwerp.