Dennis Weaver has prolifically produced some cookbooks, but I hope the others are better than this one.
I don't want a cookbook that links to the web for recipes, and if I had paid for that, I would have been very upset. The recipes that are included are fine, and they are well written whether in the book or on his website, but...
What's the point of an ebook to give you a list of links? I download books to have them on my Kindle for when I do not have internet access. This would be useless then.
Another reviewer said she thought the book was a marketing leader to get people to his website. While it does have the recipes there and there aren't any fees for reading them there, I sure don't need to book to do so. I'm not sure why he has linked it to his website, but it makes it look like one more commercial pamphlet rather than a cookbook.
On the book's concept of baking in a skillet, I can tell you from extensive experience at baking in an iron skillet, you don't need a special cookbook for it. Just use your skillet like a pan of the same diameter and you'll do fine. I've baked cheesecakes, quiche, pies, breads, quick breads, frittatas, and a host of other things in mine over the years.