Volume 4 of How to Draw Manga: Sketching Manga-Style covers perspective drawing, from the basics to the advanced. The book's 200 pages. It teaches one, two and three point perspective as in use for drawing buildings, streets and interiors. There are lots of tips on dealing with tricky situations, like sloping roads, streets that curve away. Sometimes it can get very detailed and go into tiling, window frames and stairs.
You'll also learn how to place characters in their environment, be it standing, sitting, doing stuff or interacting with other characters. The book also deals with choosing the angle of view, depending on what is required in the story.
Right at the end is a good tutorial on creating background drawings with the use of photo reference. It's actually about tracing but it also shows how to correct the perspective if the traced image looks strange.
The downside of the book is perhaps how the information is arranged, the sequence can be hard to follow. It's like a sketchbook with drawings and sketches all over the place. It's not too much of a big deal. If you want a more structural book, you can check out Vanishing Point: Perspective for Comics from the Ground Up.
If you know German, they have the whole series in German and available on Amazon.de
It seems that the series was originally published by Graphic-Sha Publishing but now out of print and selling at crazy prices on Amazon. Page One is now publishing the books now.
There's a German edition on Amazon.de