The only book there I think can approach his earlier stuff is Superman Year One, and even that doesn't come near. That book for me will always be a what if. It felt like a 6 issue series crammed into 3, with issues 3,4,5 and 6 all happening in the third issue. Very few books I've followed have let me down as much as Superman Year One did. I even pulled the floppies, something I don't do. Issue 1 floored me. Issue 2 floored me. And then you know the rest.
Also I forgot about Master Race, which I actually enjoyed, but Frank Miller was one of three names on that book. He wasn't the artist, and he wasn't the primary writer. He was only the creator on some very, very bad short stories at the end of each issue. There's a reason it didn't even come to mind as a Frank Miller work for me.