Can someone suggest a book about Jesus that contains only aspects that can be corroborated by scientific and historical evidence? In other words, I don't want to read about so-called miracles or other embellishments about his life.
The only books that describe Jesus are the books of the bible.
There is no other reference. Some people mentioned in the bible are real, others not so much. We do know Pontius Pilate existed, from other sources than the bible. Of course, most cities mentioned existed. Such as Caparnaum and Jerusalem. Nazareth is more tricky. When the books of the bible were written, it wasn't a city (and definitely didn't have cliffs or ravines!). At best it was a small hamlet.
The bible can be compared, to some extend, with Harry Potter. London does exist, and Britain does have a prime minister. Those facts don't proof magic or that Hogwarts exists. The bible is a book of theology, not a history book.
Outside the bible I know of no reliable sources that proof a certain Mr. J. of Nazareth existed. Most references have been proven false or are later forgeries. The fact that you ask this question here shows there are no reliable sources outside the bible.
I have to go a bit further: just like most events in Harry Potter are impossible, so are most events mentioned about Jesus. To pick two out of many events: the nativity story is impossible. The arrest and execution of Jesus are also impossible. I'm not talking about the miracles - if you want to proof extraordinary events, you need extraordinary evidence.