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It might not be the complete works, but its pretty close.
Here and Google Webmaster Help pretty much covers your bases. No Ebooks. Products depends on your needs, but Analytics is good for starters.
Otherwise, there is LOADS here.
Google's Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide [google.com]
Another thing you might not realize is that each category in WebmasterWorld has a library link at the top that collects the best threads.
Understanding current information retrieval methods can help you get the bigger picture... over the years a number of patents and publications have been discussed here. The Google forum here at WebmasterWorld contains a decade of threads from top SEO's discussing some of the finer points of SEO and the broadish spectrum of approaches SEO use.
Links are considered as the 'bread and butter' of SEO. The Anatomy of a Search Engine [infolab.stanford.edu] is well worth a read as it introduced the concept of ranking websites based on a backlink volume and 'importance'. Since then, concepts such as 'trust' and 'authority' are also discussed when referring to links.
IMO, devote a day to looking at the google forum library. SEO is like a whole new world, and it takes a while to soak in all the terminology before you even consider implementing what you read.