In Boettner Unconditional Election this 6 chapter work, Boettner (Reformed, Calvinist) examines election. This is the reformed-Calvinist view of election, that is, that it is unconditional. He first states the doctrine, and then reasons with proofs from Scripture and reason, and then examines faith and good works are the fruits and proof of election, not the basis of election, then he examines reprobation. In the final chapter he examines infralapsarianism and supralapsarianism.
A Brief and Untechnical Statement of the Reformed Faith is a brief 1 chapter work with 13 points on what is “the Reformed Faith”.
What does it mean to be Reformed? is a brief 5 chapter work on the Reformed Doctrines of Grace, more specifically, the errors or heresies related to it. Fortner is Calvinist by the way. His Heresies are 1) Necessary Consequence, Conditional Grace, Self-Righteous Assurance, Legalism, and Sacramentalism.