The Lost Season by Eric Blehm (mentioned above by azbackpackr) was good. Yes, there was some filler in there, but I thought it added to the story.
I loved the Over the Edge: Death in Grand Canyon book. I expected it to be more of dry account/list of the deaths, but I thought the descriptions of selected mishaps was really good, and pretty educational too. Made me think twice about some future hikes.
A couple of more northerly books:
Lost in the Wild by Cary J. Griffith: Tells the stories of 2 men: one was a guide leading a group of Boy Scouts in Quetico Provinical Park who disappeared in the woods after falling and hitting his head on a rock, and the other is about a man in the Boundary Waters who made a series of mistakes that got him into a rather difficult situation. The 2 stories are told in alternating chapters, and again, made me think twice about some future hikes up there.
The Children's Blizzard by David Laskin is a bit different because it's not a hiking/mountaineering type of survival story. It dips into historical data and survivors' accounts to tell the story of the 1888 blizzard in the Dakotas/Nebraska. "In three minutes, the front subtracted eighteen degrees from the air's temperature. Then evening gathered in, and temperatures kept dropping in the northwest gale. By morning on Friday, January 13, 1888, more than a hundred children lay dead on the Dakota-Nebraska prairie...." It's scary, totally fascinating and very good.