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A book that might interest you is Tournament Poker for Advanced Players by David Sklansky, it's most certainly for players with a bit of history and I've heard it's quite a good book.
Here's the product description from amazon:
Tournament poker is different from standard ring game poker. From a distance, it may look like a typical poker game, but there are many factors that can lead to proper strategy that is very different than what most players, (including good poker players), are familiar with.
Yet some people excel at tournament poker. This is not luck. These are players who have a good understanding of what the proper strategy adjustments are, and when they come into play. It is not a coincidence that the same players make it to the final table far more than their fair share.
This text is the first book ever written that explains tournament strategies which only a small number of players have mastered. It assumes you already know how to play poker well, but arenít knowledgeable of tournament concepts and when and where to use them. Some of the ideas discussed include the effect of going broke, The Gap Concept, how chips change value, adjusting strategy because the stakes rise, all-in strategy, the last table, making deals, The "System," and much more.
Product URL here: Amazon.com: Tournament Poker for Advanced Players (Advance Player) (9781880685280): David Sklansky: Books
There's another book with examples of hands in tournaments and how you should think through each of them.
I've never heard anyone mention it, so I'm not too sure if it's worth the money or not, but the link is Amazon.com: Championship Hold'em Tournament Hands: A Hand By Hand Strategy Guide to Winning Hold'em Tournaments (9781580421492): Tom McEvoy, T.J. Cloutier: Books (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1580421490/102-1115967-5478561)