Joshua, Judges, Ruth
in Understanding the Bible Old Testament
This physical volume has several internal sections, each of which has been reviewed independently
J. Gordon Harris' notes on Joshua were a delight to read. It is a brief commentary but the pase is just right for a short sermon series on Joshua. Missing is any useful discussion on how to treat all the bruitality in the book—for a modern church audience.
At this point I have just read Cheryl Brown's section on Judges. This is a good commentary given the space constraints she had to work with for this series, but I often found myself wishing she had more room to elaborate. If you are looking for a short and simple commentary to understand Judges this may be a good choice, but both Davis and Wilcox are just as cheap and I think better. If you happen to have it, it is worth consulting to supplement other interpretations.