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Invasion: The Alternative History of the Invasion of England, July 1940 by Kenneth Macksey
The Battle for England by Bernard Neeson
The Moscow Option: An Alternative Second World War by David Downing - well written, it assumes that Moscow is taken by the Germans and that initially both the Germans and Japanese have greater successes in the early years of the war than they did in real life, but that eventually the industrial depth of the USA and USSR gradually reasserts its dominance.
Meet The New Boss (NB: wrong touchstone) by Tom Black - an intriguing idea, that Britain is invaded and conquered by the Germans, but subsequently the Soviets defeat the Germans and become the new masters of Europe, but the style didn't work for me. It's more political than military, and the structure whereby each chapter is a short biography of successive First Secretaries of the ruling British communist party seems rather whimsical. Some interesting names appear in it, though, in unexpected ways.
It seems that work isn't in LT so of course you can't get the right touchstone. I can't even find it in your library. If you're reading it, why don't you add it?
I read it on Kindle, and so far I haven't got round to adding my e-books. Somehow they don't feel real! I use LT mainly to catalogue my physical books.