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I like Michael W. Whittle "Gait Analysis - an Introduction" ISBN: 0750688831
This text covers normal and, more importantly, abnormal and pathological gait patterns. A great little text that is easy to read and has practical examples of clinical gait analysis using simple technologies.
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Jacqelin Perry and Judith Burnfield "Gait Analysis. Normal and Pathological function." 2nd Ed. Published by Slack Inc. It is very comprehensive and the parts on CP etc can be skipped if you are not interested in that.