It's a subset of computer science, certainly, but on the networking front, W.R. Stephens' TCP/IP Illustrated, Vol. 1: The Protocols is a book that deserves a place on everybody's shelf. It's a very hands-on book, including the sources used to actually implement various parts of the TCP/IP stack (from a variety of Unix systems). It also has Fantastically useful diagrams, and makes extensive use of command-line tools to actually test the theory being discussed.
It is certainly the bible for understanding the theory and practice of TCP/IP networking.