The shaky game : Einstein, realism, and the quantum theory
Sometimes the book does suffer a bit from the fact that it's a set of essays written at separate times. For instance, early on Fine mentions some of his ideas called 'Prism Models'. I expected him to expand on these ideas in the second half of the book, where he gets on to presenting his own ideas on the subject. However, instead he describes his 'Natural Ontological Attitude' - a way of looking at the realism-antirealism dispute. I also found that this discussion was rather philosophical for my taste - if you like such philosophising then you're likely to find plenty to interest you, but I prefer things to be a bit more definite.