Thank you very much for the copy of The History of Roman Coinage in Britain. It made my weekend and I keep dipping in and out of it whenever I have time. It's a great book because it talks about Britain's Roman coins in a way that hasn't been done before – down to earth without being dumbed down – and it displays delightful images of these coins in a manner which hasn't been seen in any previous reference book: instead of showing glossy pictures of glamorous, pristine, mint-state coins, it shows them as they most often come out of British soil, corroded and with bits missing. I love the coin captions especially; each one contains a golden nugget of useful information. The production quality is impeccable too. I take my hat off to Sam Moorhead and Greenlight Publishing. It's a stunningly good book and I know it will be a screaming success. Why? Because it doesn’t scream look at me, look how clever I am! It gets on with the job of being hugely helpful to the reader.