To add some titles that haven't been mentioned:
Interest Rate Swaps and Other Derivatives by Howard Corb. Excellent - and comprehensive - overview from a former rates salesperson at a bulge bracket bank
Pricing and Trading Interest Rate Derivatives: A Practical Guide to Swaps by J Hamish M Darbyshire
Fixed Income Relative Value Analysis, + Website: A Practitioners Guide to the Theory, Tools, and Trades by Doug Huggins and Christian Schaller. If you're going to be on the sellside in rates trading, I think this might be particularly useful as a lot of the trade recommendations I see from desks are RV.
EDIT: for some topics - you mentioned CCBS - you might be better off with papers than books.
EDIT #2: The old Salomon papers "Understanding the Yield Curve" parts 1 through 7 are still worth reading. They used to be publicly available online; not sure if that's still the case.