Craigie, Peter C. Ezekiel. Daily Study Bible. Edited by John C. L. Gibson. WJK, 1983.
This is a brief commentary on the book of Ezekiel. The benefit I’ve gained from this commentary over the years is from its brevity. Some of the prophets are large enough, and their organization is opaque enough, that it is difficult to keep the whole book in mind. The solution to this is repeated re-reading. But in these initial readings some interpretive guidance is helpful in making sense of some of the prophecies. This commentary is brief enough to facilitate this kind of initial approach to the book. Cragie is at times not as conservative as could be wished, suggesting that certain parts of prophecies were added to the book by later editors. But in providing a general orientation to the book prior to more in-depth study of the book, I find him suitable.
This is an excellent commentary on the book of Daniel. It is manageable in its size while still rendering carefully argued positions on the key issues. It’s written from a dispensational perspective. I’d say dispensational interpreters would most certainly want to own a copy, and non-dispensational students of Scripture should own a copy so as to have a careful exposition of Daniel from that perspective.