Perhaps not as mathematical as you'd like, but I've found Angrist & Pischke's Mostly Harmless Econometric and Kennedy's A Guide to Econometrics quite useful for intuition and explanations.
I concur. It's pretty rare to find mathematical material that's also exceptionally well written. The trick is to find an explanatory text that complements your mathematically rigorous text. A&P and Kennedy are good books to start with if you don't already have them.
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