On my newly started quest to start playing 1.d4, I bought and borrowed some repertoire books which I've been going through, lying in my sofa browsing and pondering. I definitely have a soft spot for these kind of books, though I'm not sure they offer the best way to learn an opening, but it's curious to see what each author recommends and definitely a comfort of having a grandmaster drawing up a coherent repertoire for your own lazy ass.
Below I give a little overview of the lines recommended in the books that I've looked through (I'm doing this by memory so there are some blanks). I also drew up a list of all recent 1.d4 repertoire books that I could find. Hopefully other readers could fill in and give additional information on the books they know.
1.d4 repertoire books Ftacnik: 1d4 A Classical Repertoire (DVD) (2010) Georgiev: Squeezing the Gambits (2010) Hilton & Ippolito: Wojo's Weapons (2010) Avrukh: GM Repertoire 1 (2009) & 2 (2010) Schandorff: Play the Queens Gambit (2009) Ward: Play the Queens Gambit (2006) Cox: Starting Out 1d4 (2006) Grivas: Beating the Fianchetto Defenses (2006) Palliser: Play 1d4 (2003) Dunnington: Attacking with 1.d4 (2001) Khalifman: Openings For White According to Kramnik series 15 (2000?) Burgess & Pedersen: Beating the Indian Defenses (1997) & The Queens Gambit For the Attacking Player (1994) Borik: Kasparov's Chess Openings (1991) Shamkovich & Schiller: Kasparov's Opening Repertoire (1990)
Ftacnik: 1d4 A Classical Repertoire (DVD) (2010) QDG Classical Bg5 QGA 3Nf3, 7.Bd3 Chigorin 3.Nc3; Albin 4.Nf3, 5.Nbd2; Tarrasch main line 9.dxc5 Slav Slow Slav 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.e3 SemiSlav Meran (5.e3 Nbd7 6.Qc2 Bd6 7.Bd3) Nimzo 4.Qc2 Bogo 4.Nbd2 QID 4.g3 (Ba6 5.Nbd2) KID 6.h3 Grunfeld 4.Bf4 Benoni 7.Nd2 Benko 4.Nf3, cxb5, b6 Budapest 4.Bf4 Dutch  g3
Avrukh: GM Repertoire 1 (2009) & 2 (2010) QGD  Catalan QGA 3.e3 Chigorin Nc3(?); Albin 4.Nf3, 5.a3 (?); Tarrasch main line with 9.dxc5 Slav Slow Slav 4.e3 SemiSlav e3, b3 (1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.g3) Bogo (BogoCatalan 4.Bd2) KID  g3 Grunfeld  g3 Benoni  g3 Benko main line with g3 Budapest 4.Nf3 Dutch main lines with g3
Ward: Play the Queens Gambit (2006) QGD  Exchange QGA 3.e4 Chigorin 3.cxd5; Albin 4.a3; Tarrasch main line with 9.Bg5 Slav 3.Nc3 SemiSla1v Meran, Shabalov/Shirov variation 7.g4 [Has written books on Nimzo Indian Kasparov Variation and Kings Indian Samisch as well]
Cox: Starting Out 1d4 (2006) QGD  Exchange QGA 3.Nf3, 7.Bb3 Chigorin 3.cxd5; Albin 4.Nf3, 5.Nbd2; Tarrasch main lines 9.Bg5 Slav 6.Ne5 SemiSlav 5.Bg5 Nimzo 4.Qc2 KID Classical, Bayonet 9.b4 Grunfeld Exchange 8.Rb1 Benoni Modern Main Line (e4, Bd3, h3, Nf3) Benko main line with g3 Budapest 4.Bf4 Dutch g3
Grivas: Beating the Fianchetto Defenses (2006) KID 6.h3 Grunfeld 5.Bg5 Benoni Modern Main Line Benko 4.Nf3
Palliser: Play 1d4 (2003) QGD Classical Bg5 QGA 3.Nf3 Furman variation Chigorin ?, Albin ?, Tarrasch ? Slav Slow Slav 4.e3 SemiSlav Nbd2 systems Bogo (4.Nbd2?) QID 4.e3 KID Petrosian 7.d5 Grunfeld 5.Bg5 Benoni  Bf4 Benko Nf3, cxb5, b6 Budapest  ? Dutch 2.Nc3
Dunnington: Attacking with 1.d4 (2001) QGD  Exchange QGA 3.e4 Chigorin 3.cxd5, Albin 4.Nf3, 5.Nbd2, Tarrasch main line 9.Bg5 Slav 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Bg5 & 3.c6 4.e4 Marshall Gambit Nimzo 4.f3 KID Four Pawns Grunfeld 4.Bf4 Benoni Four Pawns 8.Bb5+ Benko 4.f3 Budapest 4.Bf4 Dutch 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.f3; 2.Nf6 3.Nc3 g6 4.h4
Borik: Kasparov's Chess Openings (1991) QGD  Exchange QGA 3.Nf3 Chigorin ?, Albin ?, Tarrasch ? Slav 6.e3 SemiSlav  Meran Nimzo 4.Qc2 KID Classical 9.Nd2 Grunfeld Exchange 8.Rb1 Benoni Four Pawns Bb5+ Benko  ? Budapest  ? Dutch  ?
