I found another one: http://www.amazon.com/Tie-Your-Own-F...der_1438256051
I have this book. The book on Amazon says copyright 2010, but my copy must be from the '60s. Deke Meyer's and Patrick's books are the only ones I remember with that advise.
If you look at the illustrations of the hook in the vise, you can see how little space there is between the rear part of the shank and the vise jaws. For me that outweighs any possible advantage. Plus the possibility of damaging the hook point. It's not for me.