Big Flavor Grill
This American book, assumes little or no cooking knowledge from its intended audience. In doing this it simplifies concepts too far.
For my Australian audience, grill is the American term for bbq, and all recipes are using imperial measurements. Does this make the book useless for audiences outside the USA. No, there are some useful recipes in there.
The first part of the book spells out grilling, bbq types, fuels to use, tools required. It tends to be a lot of words for little return.
The remainder of the book provides recipes for cooking various cuts of beef, lamb, pork, fish, chicken and vegetables. Again here the recipes are not bad, but it assumes little knowledge of the food that you are cooking.
I tried some of the recipes and they are tasty.
Overall the book can be translated by a cook into useful ideas for your location in the rest of the world, but this really is a book for the beginning bbq cook. Maybe the gift for the son leaving home, so they can survive in the backyard cook off, and impress his friends.