I'm not sure what book you're looking in, but your car has the fuel pump in the tank, just like 99% of cars out there. Personally, before dropping the tank, I'd have someone turn the key on and while I listen to the pump so I can tell if it's at least trying to run. If it comes on then you should check the fuel pressure, as I outlined earlier. If you've already checked the pressure and it's low, then drop the tank and replace the pump.
Being that you drove the car home and it was fine then, I highly doubt that you have a fuel line problem. But it's never a bad idea to take a brief look for obvious problems (namely a kink in the line). It's also a good idea to put a new fuel filter on, since you're going to be under the car anyway.
Using the diagrams and such that Ken laid out above, you should have all of the info that you need. Of course feel free to come back on here if you need anything else. Let us know how it goes.
Friday, September 1st, 2017 AT 2:43 PM