Within each camp there are variations.
* I like Ladd's The Blessed Hope and The Gospel of the Kingdom for the Historical Premillennialist view.
* I have a lot of issues with Dispensational Premillennialism and so can't recommend a "left behind" book to you, but I can recommend you read Mathison's Dispensationalism: Rightly Dividing the People of God.
* For Partial Preterism/Postmillennialism I would recommend Gentry's Before Jerusalem Fell, Gentry's Revelation Made Simple and Mathison's Postmillennialism: An Escatology of Hope. I honestly am leaning towards this view which my pastor has preached on extensively.
* For studying amil I recommend A Case for Amillennialism: Understanding the End Times by Kim Riddlebarger.
* In addition to the 1977 The Meaning of the Millennium: Four Views mentioned above, you can look at the 1999 Three Views on the Millennium and Beyond.
There is a wealth of resources on Millennial Dreams
where contributors began discussing these views very recently. You are welcome to follow that blog or join as an author.