Fr. McCloskey has a good list posted at Catholicity.com
I’ve acquired several hundred great titles over the years.
If you were to start w/ the works of: Chesterton, Belloc, Howard, Weigel, Neuhaus, Kreeft, Sheed, Hahn, Madrid, Shea, Ray, Ratzinger (Benedict XVI), JP II, Baker, Groeschel., Keating, Newman, and the works of Augustine and Acquinas, you’d have a very good start.
Some of my personal favorites are: Chesterton’s EVERLASTING MAN, Belloc’s, HOW THE REFORMATION HAPPENED, Bennett’s FOUR WITNESSES, Neuhaus’ CATHOLIC MATTERS, Weigel’s LETTERS TO A YOUNG CATHOLIC, Kreeft’s ECUMENICAL JIHAD, Hahn’s LAMB’S SUPPER, Benedict’s JESUS OF NAZERETH, and Sheed’s THEOLOGY FOR BEGINNERS.