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A number of resources are available to the general reader, free if on the internet and at a charge through most other resources. Amazon books and several of the other major internet book suppliers can provide lists of books about the subject.
Amazon.com has considerably expanded its range of books in recent years. They now provide both initial sales from a variety of publishers and second hand books from various sources.
However, for books published in India it will often be a lot cheaper to source the books from an Indian bookseller. I have used Biblia Impex PVT (firstname.lastname@example.org), or write to 2/18 Ansari Road, New Delhi-110 002, with no serious problems in the past. I have also used with some success, and have excellent reports from others about Vedams Books, https://www.vedamsbooks.com/.
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A lot of very useful books for those interested in the Kushan period in fact cover a broader range. Books covering 'ancient Iran and India' often dedicate a quarter or a third of their space to Kushan history and provide a useful context.
Dated Kushana Inscriptions, Satya Shrava
The Armies of Bactria, Valerii.P.Nikonorov
Kushana Coins and History, Pameshwari Lal Gupta
Buddhism and Gandara Art, edited by R C Sharma and Pranati Ghosal
Art and Culture Under the Kushanas, Suman Mathur
Gandhara: The Memory of Afghanistan, by Berenice Geoffroy-Schneiter
Gandharan Art in Context: East-West Exchanges at the Crossroads of Asia, Raymond Allchin, Bridget Allchin, Neil Kreitman, Elizabeth Errington.
Coins of the Great Kushans, Arvind K.Singh
Silk Road Coins: The Hiryama Collection, K.Tanabe
Studies in Silk Road Coins and Culture:Silk Road Art and Archaeology Special Volume 1997, edited by K.Tanabe, J.Cribb, H.Wang
Ancient, Medieval and Recent History and Coins of Pakistan by Rear Admiral Sohail A. Khan
Ancient Indian Coinage, Rekha Jain
History of Civilizations of Central Asia, J.Harmatta
The Crossraods of Asia, E.Errington and J.Cribb
Mlecchas in Early India, Aloka Parasher
Women and Gender Studies
Faces of the Feminine in Ancient, Medieval and Modern India, edited by Mandakranta Bose
Courtesans and Tantric Consorts, Serinity Young
IndoSkript, Harry Falk, Walter Slaje, Oliver Hellwig
Star system: Books with no stars are only recommended if you have a strong interest in that area. One Star means a book is either quite specialized, or that there is something better available in the same area. Represents a book that is both well written and presents new and interesting research, and has appeal beyond a narrow specialism. The stars are only a very rough guide, the reviews will contain more information on the suitability of the book.
These are short notes on other books and articles in recent Journals which I don't intend to review.