If you were to log in, you'd be able to get more information on your fellow community member.
I saw the comment trashing Addison-Wesley's site for The Practice of Programming. I don't know how many of the past four years it took to fix it, but the site is now ... ok.
The links all link, the code samples are there, the graphics are just the usual commercial boilerplate text-in-images, dumb icons, corporate wallpaper, and the book cover. There is a table of contents, part of the preface, and a sample chapter (I). There is a Web Resources item that points to the authors' own book page (the url I give above), which is only 2 clicks from actually emailing the authors.
And this comment may be worn thin with overuse, but I did actually hear it, and it does summarize pages of experience:
[Novice Tech Author] I am going to write a book.
[Experienced Tech Author] Oh, you want to make dozens of dollars!