The CCC entry from LITFL lists an excellent series of freely available articles which frustrate the time-poor fellowship candidate with their detailed treatment of this topic. They are as follows:
Lindenfeld, JoAnn, et al. "Drug therapy in the heart transplant recipient part I: cardiac rejection and immunosuppressive drugs." Circulation 110.24 (2004): 3734-3740.
Burgess, M. I. "The role of echocardiography in evaluation of the cardiac transplant recipient." Minerva cardioangiologica 51.6 (2003): 677-987.
Mancini, Donna, and Katherine Lietz. "Selection of cardiac transplantation candidates in 2010." Circulation 122.2 (2010): 173-183.
Ramakrishna, Harish, Dawn E. Jaroszewski, and Francisco A. Arabia. "Adult cardiac transplantation: A review of perioperative management Part-I." Annals of cardiac anaesthesia 12.1 (2009): 71.
Ramakrishna, Harish, Dawn E. Jaroszewski, and Francisco A. Arabia. "Adult cardiac transplantation: a review of perioperative management (part-II)." Annals of cardiac anaesthesia 12.2 (2009): 155.
Futterman, Laurie G., and Louis Lemberg. "Cardiac transplantation: a second chance for extending life." American Journal of Critical Care 17.2 (2008): 168-172.
Deng, Mario C. "Cardiac transplantation." Heart 87.2 (2002): 177-184.
Knisely, Barbara L., et al. "Imaging of cardiac transplantation complications."Radiographics: a review publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Inc 19.2 (1998): 321-39.
Additionally, there is a series of recommendations regarding extracorporeal support:
Feldman, David, et al. "The 2013 International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation Guidelines for mechanical circulatory support: executive summary." The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation 32.2 (2013): 157-187.
Maheshwari, Arun, and Monish S. Raut. "Perioperative Management of Heart Transplantation." Anesthesia for Transplant Surgery (2014): 14.
Costanzo, Maria Rosa, et al. "The International Society of Heart and Lung Transplantation Guidelines for the care of heart transplant recipients." The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation 29.8 (2010): 914-956.
Question 22 from the first paper of 2009 also fields the following references:
Cisneros, J. M., et al. "Pneumonia after heart transplantation: a multiinstitutional study." Clinical infectious diseases 27.2 (1998): 324-331.
Reichenspurner, Hermann, et al. "Stanford experience with obliterative bronchiolitis after lung and heart-lung transplantation." The Annals of thoracic surgery 62.5 (1996): 1467-1473.
Gao, Shao-Zhou, et al. "Accelerated coronary vascular disease in the heart transplant patient: coronary arteriographic findings." Journal of the American College of Cardiology 12.2 (1988): 334-340.
Yusuf, S. A. L. I. M., et al. "Increased sensitivity of the denervated transplanted human heart to isoprenaline both before and after beta-adrenergic blockade."Circulation 75.4 (1987): 696-704.