It depends which theory of inspiration you are looking to defend. If the modern mediate view, then B. B. Warfield's Inspiration and Authority of the Bible or E. J. Young's Thy Word is Truth. If the traditional immediate view, then you may need to look in a good theological library for James Bannerman's volume on inspiration, or William Cunningham's Theological Lectures contains some chapters in defence of dictation.
Thank you for your reply Rev. Winzer. What is the difference between the modern mediate view and traditional immediate view? Those terms are new to me.