Two books called The End of Growth were reviewed in this article at The Tyee. Richard Heinberg has recently been joined by Jeff Rubin in publishing a book with titled The End of Growth.
From the review:
Heinberg and Rubin approach their subject in different ways. Heinberg, an American, pays more attention to U.S. issues. Rubin concentrates on Canadian concerns like the oil sands. Heinberg prepares his brief in endless detail, assuming we know little about economics and less about the upheavals of the last few years. He breaks up his text with countless tables, charts, and mini-essays; they add to his arguments but subtract from their force...
Both books deserve careful study. Heinberg's, while quite contemporary, is likely to become a reference thanks to the background material he provides. Rubin's is more accessible (especially to Canadians), but likely to become dated very soon.