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Intermediate C/Systems programming book

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I've finished the book 'C- a software engineering approach" which I thought was a great book for getting started and I'm going to buy a second book on C if there's a good one anyone can recommend.
   I was thinking of C how to program 3rd ed(covers OO,java and C++ also but 600pages on these and I don't need an OO book), and the reviews at amazon seem to slate it saying it doesn't detail enough on C and nothing on socket programming etc.

Would The K&R book The C programming language be better or does it just cover the same stuff as 'software engineering app.'?
Would I be better just getting a book like Unix Network Programming by Richard Stevens or some other unix/linux book that covers libraries?

Thanks for any ideas.
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U can try:

Expert C Programming by Peter Van Der Linden

But if want to learn Network programming,Richard Stevens is the best
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