Here is one book you might try to locate.It is of relatively recent publication.
Let's Go! The Story of the Men Who Served in the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment. By Lt. Col. Wayne W. Pierce, AUS-Ret.
"The men of the 325th Glider Infantry were as battle-scarred as any regiment that fought in Europe. Riding to combat in the flimsy canvas or plywood covered cargo gliders, they were towed into combat by C-47 twin engine planes and cut loose behind enemy lines flying at 600 to 800 feet. In theory, the advantage of gliders over parachutes was that once a glider came to a halt, the men came out as an organized squad equipped and ready to fight."
Professional Press, Chapel Hill, NC, 27515-4371. ISBN 1-57087-352-6. 346 pp. $20 postpaid.
Also, check the web for the 82nd Airborne Division Assn.One of the members of the Board of Directors, S.R. Gossett, was a member of the 325th in WW2.