So, I just got Robson’s The Fixed Stars and Constellations in Astrology, since that seems to be the go-to book.
There are some statements in the Preface that make it abundantly clear that the author was not au courant with the science of his day (1923), so you might want to just skip the Preface on this one.
I see it also leaves out Alkaid, which is odd, since that’s a Behenian star. However, considering that the book covers 110 major stars, it’s not so surprising that something got left out.
Still, it looks useful, and will do until someone else writes a more authoritative book.