Robert F. Smith has posted a good bibliography of studies on the temple in the Book of Mormon, which William Hamblin also posted. I thought I’d do the same, with direct links to the works (some even available for reading online). Many still believe that the Book of Mormon does not contain much of the temple in it, so this a good summary of some of the best reading on the subject:
Baker, LeGrand L.,, and Stephen D. Ricks, Who Shall Ascend Into the Hill of the Lord? The Psalms in Israel’s Temple Worship In the Old Testament and in the Book of Mormon (SLC: Eborn Books, 2010).
Bokovoy, David, “Temple Imagery in the Book of Mormon,” 4-part BYU Education Week lectures for 2011, summarized on MDDB.
Butler, D. John, Plain and Precious Things: The Temple Religion of the Book of Mormon’s Visionary Men (Amazon/Kindle eBook, 2012).
Christensen, Kevin, “The Temple, the Monarchy, and Wisdom: Lehi’s World and the Scholarship of Margaret Barker,” in Seely, Seely, and Welch, eds., Glimpses of Lehi’s Jerusalem (Covenant Communications, 2004), 449-522.
Parry, Donald W., “Service and Temple in King Benjamin’s Speech,” JBMS, 16/2 (2007), 42-47.
Ricks, Stephen D., “The Treaty/Covenant Pattern in King Benjamin’s Address (Mosiah 1- 6).” BYU Studies, 24/2 (Spring 1984), 151-162
Spencer, Joseph M., An Other Testament: On Typology (Salem: Salt Press, 2012).
Valletta, Thomas R., “Conflicting Orders: Alma and Amulek in Ammonihah,” in D. Parry and S. Ricks, eds., The Temple in Time and Eternity (Provo: FARMS, 1999), 183-231.
Welch, John W., The Sermon at the Temple and the Sermon on the Mount (SLC: Deseret, 1990). FARMS put out an expanded ed.
Welch, John W., Illuminating the Sermon at the Temple and Sermon on the Mount (Provo: FARMS, 1999).
Welch, John W., The Sermon on the Mount in Light of the Temple, SOTS (Ashgate, 2009). By implication.