haha, I don't think I will list them all as we'll be here for a while. I'll treat the question instead as asking for recommendations. for an introduction, Economics In One Lesson by Hazlitt and Principles of Economics by Menger are both fantastic. Menger gets you nicely into the Austrian canon, which I won't now recite, although I will shout out Competition and Entrepreneurship by Kirzner as not getting the love it deserves. Others I have very much enjoyed include The Mystery of Capital by Hernando de Soto, The Wealth of Networks by Yochai Benkler, Governing The Commons by Elinor Ostrom, and Risk, Uncertainty, And Profit by Frank Knight.

tbh I don't rate reading economics books all that much. everybody should read enough to disabuse themselves of whatever Keynesian, Monetarist, and Neoclassical nonsense they have imbibed from formal education or the culture at large, but most of it strikes me as common sense. past some baseline, I think you'll get a lot more on essentially the same topic from economic and business history.