No is the very short answer.
It all depends on what you are looking for, frankly. An awful lot of cook books will say they are for diabetics and when you look, some of the recipes have more carbs than a lot of us would eat in an average whole day !
And how many carbs you 'would' eat is determined by your BG meter. Not mine, not anyone's elses, just yours.
Does the diabetic in question wish - or need - to lose weight? Is he/she a vegetarian? What other health prblems do they have? - eg coeliac so no wheat, or allergic to shellfish or something else. Do they wish to make food for the whole family to enjoy ...... too many variables !
There are lower carb recipes in our recipe section and even more in that section on the Archive Forum. They are not claimed to be low calorie though !
Thing is if like me you are T1, aren't watching weight and are not unusually hampered by carbs, then you don't need a specially defined cookbook. I like the recipes for lower carb 'treats' that I wouldn't usually have because if you eat a stack of carbs it makes the higher doseage of insulin needed to cover them, a lot less reliable to calculate correctly using the formula that applies to me for lower amounts of them.