So far I have been living of standard Android books and mainly blogs for Monodroid, but I'm trying to find a definitive resource about the topic and not having any luck.

Is there a book out there that's the de-facto standard for describing best practices, design methodologies, and other helpful information on Monodroid? What makes that book special?

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I'm assuming you've looked over the documentation and tutorials on the Mono for Android site. Outside that, the only book currently in the pipeline that I found is Professional Android Programming with Mono for Android and .NET/C#.

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