I'm looking for a serious introduction to the chemistry (and perhaps to a lesser extend the physics) of explosives. Presupposition of basic university courses in Organic Chemistry and Thermodynamics is no problem, though it would be helpful if some of the specifics needed to understand subsequent material would be briefly outlined as a reminder (e.g. in an introductory chapter). Sadly this search is quite hard because of all the Uncle Fester and like trash clogging up search results. To be clear, that is absolutely not what I'm after. I want an academically oriented introduction, not some "recipe" book.
A book that more or less resembles (I guess) what I'm after is The Chemistry of Powder and Explosives by Tenney L. Davis. However, it is over 70 years old and might be a little to advanced for me (might, I just don't know without some guidance).
Every help is appreciated!
PS. I actually found an online copy of the book I mentioned. It does not look really theoretical?