I'm looking for writers and their books that are written in similar fashion to the book of Munkres Analsis on Manifolds. In other words, books with the properties (or at least with a subset of them);
- not-terse proofs,
- short list of exercises (if possible; optional)
- pedagogically written
- states motivations explicitly
- Non introductory text
Note that, I'm not looking for such books in a specific subject; the book can be on any subject.
Also note that, most of the time, texts for undergraduates has the smell of an "introduction" text, which I do not want to spend time because I'm just bored, so I would appreciate if you just constraint yourself to the graduate text / texts with serious analysis of its subject.
There are already lots of posts on subjects that are looking for "best" book on various subjects, and this post does not asks which book that you are thinking is the best book on the subject x. Because of that reason, please do not post any book that is "good" unless you really think that it satisfies the above properties (if it satisfies only a subset of those properties, then please specify)