i'm reading Staying Alive in Avalanche Terrain right now, though i assume it's already on your list. so far so good. i'm not 100% sure how it changes for ice climbing, other than i think when ice climbing, we rarely bring a beacon/shovel/probe. but also my ice climbing experience is limited and mostly in the northeast.
Also not ice climbing specific, but the history presented in snowstruck by jill fredston is really interesting. Of note, a good portion of the book is about her life, but there is a lot of avi info embedded.