Daniel C. Timmer. Obadiah, Jonah and Micah. Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2021. Reviewed by Andrew Judd This volume is part of the new Tyndale Old Testament Commentary series, replacing the original volume by Baker, Alexander and Waltke. While the new volume has a single author, it is still really three self-contained commentaries. In keeping with the TOTC series approach, the commentaries are highly readable, giving laypeople a way into the sometimes confusing and foreign world of the minor prophets. A short introduction provides around ten pages of historical background, authorship, genre and structure (typically defending the unity of each book). An analysis of the sections of the text is then followed by verse-by-verse exegetical comments (and, in Micah’s case, a new translation). Timmer uses his own translation throughout. There is a solid bibliography but no indexes.