Have seen several works not official in the sense of government produced but similar to the Regimental Canadian Histories that came out circa late 40's early 50's. MLRS Bookhttp://www.mlrsbooks.co.uk/
has many reprints of works and also the BAOR battlefield tour series.
As an example 11th Armoured Div. Taurus Pursuant. extract from ABE
(Subject: Regimental & Unit Histories - General) The history of 11th Armoured Division from Normandy to the end of the war. This history was written by a member of the division just after the war, and covers operations by 11th armoured from D-Day through to the end of the war. A good history, accompanied by a complete Roll of honour. A facsimile reprint of the original 1945 Divisional publication (Published: 2006) (Publisher: MLRS Books) (ISBN: 9781905696383) (Pagination: 222pp, 29 photos, 22 maps, index.
There is also a really nice work on Hobo's funnies the 79th Armoured that is also available in facsimile reprint. ABE extract about 1945 original
1945. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Complete history of the 79th Armoured Division, 'Hobart's Funnies'; from the planning stage, through their success on D-Day, through Normandy, Holland and into Germany. 100 photographic plates, 50 maps. 'restricted' label to title page. ; 314 pages Hardback, very good in cloth boards; dustjacket creased and torn, a nice copy. First edition. $107USD
Guards Armoured div.
(Subject: Regimental & Unit Histories - General) A facsimile reprint of this divisional history which follows one of the prestige divisions of the British Army from just before D-Day through the invasion and on to the battles for Caen. It then recounts the fortunes of the division in its advance in Second army through Belgium, Holland (including the attempted Arnhem relief) and into Germany. It includes numerous photographs, maps and Orders of Battle from 1 July 1942 to 5 May 1945. $47
So there are some fairly substantial volumes of data out there. These are early works so i don't think the will have any scholarly analysis of engagements but a lot of meat will be there. The Delaforce works are decent IMHO and supplemented by others should round things out quite nicely for 2nd Army.