Centered by Madeline Black offers a wealth of detail for those obsessed with anatomy and movement. For the less-obsessed, there are interesting discussions, exercises, and pictures.
This book manages to do something difficult: it breaks down the body into manageable chunks (analysis) and discusses how it works coherently (synthesis). Many books do one or the other very well, but this one, like Deion Sanders, does both.
I found plenty of things to explore in my own function and many points to observe in how my clients move. I expect it to be a great reference over time.