Tonight, I Made His Hamburgers - Delicious!, - How to Grill: The Complete Illustrated Book of Barbecue Techniques - review
He surmised the problem with most backyard burger grilling is dried-out meat. His solution: mix a stick of butter with herbs, and then hide a slice of the mixture inside the burger. This allows a high heat while keeping things moist and flavorful from the inside.
Every recipe is do-able, with step-by-step pictures, suggestions when we can't get certain ingredients, and techniques for getting everything right.
If you watch his PBS how-to shows, some of it will look familiar.
For the beginner griller, learn the basics. Not only will readers understand food, but also the equipment involved with a healthy section on gear and how to source grilling tools. For the veteran grillmaster, gain appreciation of new ways of doing an old thing. All the expected sections are here: beef, chicken, pork, lamb, and so on. He separates shellfish from regular fish. The techniques are largely different, even though some of the cuisines overlap.
I fully recommend "How to Grill: The Complete Illustrated Book of Barbecue Techniques " by Steven Raichlen.