Check your local library. You can checkout lots of books, read the parts you are interested in, and photocopy anything you wish. Then you can go out and purchase any of them you want to own.
I've learned a lot here just reading the responses to others questions. Little of it have I seen in books.
There is a Google search bar at the bottom of the page that searches only this site. Try it.
Two Weber daisy wheel kettles A: 1979 P: 1993, and an unused ECB