The order in which I read is.
Perspective made easy
Perspective Drawing Handbook - By Joseph D'Amelio
Perspective - A Guide for Artists, Architects and Designers (Gwen White)
Loomises Successfully drawing (although you should give all his books at least a quick glance and pick up trucks which you missed or forgot)
It look like there are a lot of books but most of it is large pictures and in my case each and every following book either elaborated on some concept filling in the gaps or made me realise some topic better.
Chelsea and Cheeseman books.
Scot Robertsons "How to draw" skips the basics but its fairly advanced book which is why I recommend as the last on the list.
Without a solid grasp on the basics you wont get everything it has to offer.
It certainly worth picking because it has stuff that is never mentioned in above listed books.
You might however start with the following books.
Vanishing point by Jason Cheeseman
Do not make mistake thinking just because its for comic book artists those books contain some superficial knowledge or skim over the concept.
Those books contain incredible amount of knowledge so condensed that every single page is important and since its all explained so well you wont have issues understanding it.
In the meantime read on Hamptons figure drawing and watch prokos series since he explains stuff very well without dragging it for hours like Vilpu.
Do not skip over very basics, go through it all starting with figure drawing course and then anatomy.