If you're going to get one book on the topic, this would have to be it. It's comprehensive and covers not only things that might be part of the diagnosis, but related traits which he has seen in his clinical practice. The end of chapter summaries are nice.
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The Complete Guide to Asperger's Syndrome 2014-02-10