I have found Jaffe's book to be incredibly helpful for the surgeries that it covers. Surgical procedures are grouped by categories with broad descriptions from the surgeon's perspective of what the surgeries will entail. Then specific surgeries are discussed and specific surgical and anesthetic concerns presented. Finally, basic surgical and anesthetic concerns are presented for the class of surgery.
Many specific surgeries are not covered, but you will probably be able to find something close. The text does not present itself as a "cookbook" for anesthesia, but rather seeks first and most to describe the surgical procedure and some of the major anesthetic implications of that procedure. Proposed methods of anesthesia are often presented; however, the anesthesia provider will often find himself/herself disagreeing with the specifics of the plan, but should find the evidence cited for the presented plan helpful.
It seems that many complain that this is written primarily from a surgeon's point of view. I find that this makes Jaffe's text a unique resource among the other resources out there. There will be times when it is frustrating, sure. There are many basics simply skipped or ignored. However, as a text to help the anesthesia provider understand the basics of what's happening on the other side of the drape, I have found Jaffe very valuable.
As an added bonus, the text comes with access to the full online version of the text. I saved the site to my phone and am able to quickly look up a procedure even while at the hospital using this feature.