I have hundreds of cookbooks and Donna Klein's Vegan Italiano is in my top three. I've made every pizza from the book several times and her Semolina Pizza Dough is now my basic pizza dough recipe. Another favorite from the book is her Fresh Tomato and Onion Tart with Basil-Garlic Crust. I made an adaptation of the recipe which is available HERE. (Oddly enough I have three of her other books and have never made a single thing from them but maybe I'll have time this month.)
For Day Two of VeganMoFo I made the Sicilian Skillet Pasta Pie - spaghetti is mixed with canned tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, and sun-dried tomatoes along with garlic, onions, peppers, and kalamatic olives and baked in the skillet. It is a good representation of the recipes in the book because a) it has tomatoes as do most of the recipes in the book and b) it is a relatively simple recipe. Some of the recipes are really simple like spaghetti with garlic and olive oil or spinach with garlic but the main dishes are worth their weight in gold. There are no esoteric ingredients or soy or meat substitutes or dairy substitutes - everything in this book is basic food and most of the recipes are very quick to prepare.
I'd recommend the book just for the pizza recipes alone. One time when I was without an oven I practically subsisted on her Frying Pan Pizza with Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Olives, and Onions. Other non-pizza recipes I've made and liked include: Italian Fall Fruit Salad, Spinach and Mushroom Calzones, Zucchini Roll-Ups, Polenta Pie with Spinach, Zucchini Lasagna with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce, Pasta Alla Verde, and Lentils and Pastina Soup.