nebelwerferXXX wrote:How about the book of Geoffrey Jukes ? Kursk: the clash of armour. Does it have inaccuracies also ?
Geoffrey Jukes's Kursk book is very outdated.
I will ist a few here that are more modern studies.
Citadel-The Battle of Kursk by Robin Cross. 
This book is not a bad account and gives the reader a good basic account of what happened.However Robin Cross helped the BBC with a documentary about Operation Zitadelle where German and Russian veterans were interviewed.For some reason he did not utilise these for his book.
Operation Zitadelle by Franz Kurowski. 
This book is written in typical Kurowski style,lots of first-hand accounts sandwiched with filler to make up for the rest.The book is very disjointed but is worth having for the first-hand accounts alone if it can be obtained at a reasonable price.
Kursk: The Greatest Battle by Lloyd Clark 
This book actually suprised me it is crammed with first-hand accounts and the text is pretty good too.Clark interviewed veterans of both sides and used many Divisional histories to flesh out his account.There are one or two points it could improve on but the book is far better than Kurowski's and Cross's tomes.
Two more books which are modern and highly rated are these two that deal with Prokhorovka.
Blood,Steel,and Myth :The II SS Panzerkorps and the Road to Prokhorovka by Geroge M.Nipe.
I ordered mine with Amazon they sold out.Now they go for crazy money !
Demolishing The Myth:The Tank Battle At Prokhorovka Kursk 1943:An Operational Narritive.By Valeriy Zamulin.
This book is from the Russian perspective and is on my to buy list.