It isn't an introduction to programming type book, however. It assumes that you are either comfortable with programming logic, or have access to a friend who is. If you are already comfortable with a different language, though, I know of no better book to learn C from.
Other recommendations, would be The Practice of Programming, by Kernighan and Pike. It has a wealth of tips, suggestions, hints, and good knowledge. The kind of stuff that really helps when you're programming.