Many religions have authors who pen "systematic theologies," books that present the religions in a systematic manner from point A to Z. There are ups and downs with this approach, especially since it usually leads to a very biased presentation. I previously heard somewhere that Judaism does not generally approach theology in this manner. However, I believe there must be some presentations (things like basic text books for academy, etc.).
Does anyone know of a good "systematic theology" or something similar for someone wanting to understand Judaism in this manner?
P.S. - Please do not answer Talmud. I understand the importance and relevance of Talmud as an answer of sorts to this question, but I am looking for something closer to a one volume presentation.