"Secrets of Studio Still Life Photography" by Gary Perlweiler is dated (mid '80s) but still really good as well.
Also "Digital Still Life Photography: Art, Business & Style" by Steve Sint is solid as well.
Finally "Matters of Light and Depth" by former cinematographer and lighting equipment designer Ross Lowell is , along with "Light, Science, and MAgic" is another core foundation book to understanding how to make, shape and use light for creative and dramatic effect.
Once you have a practiced understanding of using light, you should work at continually experimenting melding techniques and tools as part of creating your own photographic "signature." Good lighting never comes out of a box on a shelf, it is part of your response to the subject and that is true even if all you are doing is photographing a client's products on a simple white background.