Lottery books are basically just reference material and they give examples of how to play, using wheels, positioning, and they throw all things numbers related just to confuse you etc.
Gail Howard's books have lots of wheels for pick 5/6 games those same wheels and more can be created by anyone without a book. They can be found here on lottery post and many other places on the net including BobP's site. Once you see how a wheel is created why not create your own wheel.
Gail Howard website has plenty of examples of how her strategies work her pick 5 examples about tracking and applying certain groups of numbers to a wheel are really good advice. The only problem is selecting the right numbers and no book can do that.
It's up to the individual to insert the numbers they think belong in the wheel and if those numbers don't come out it's no ones fault but there's.