This book is an excellent look at the Diamond Sutra at the British Library, the oldest dated printed book. It is meant for a general audience explaining the history of the sutra, how it lay buried for a 1000 years in Dunhuang, and how it came to the British Library. It details the history of the Dunhuang documents and their theft/acquistion by Stein and Pelliot at the begining of the 20th century.
The book also has a chapter about Buddhism and the scroll, while it is beautifully illustrated with a clear copy of the complete scroll because the binding is so tight you miss a line of text on each page, which is a great dissapointment. It also mentions the sutra that someone donated so their hard working Ox would also be reborn in the pure land!
There is also a brief look at how wood block printing was done in China (albeit from the 19th century) and then a detailed look at how the sutra was restored by the conservation department at the British Library.
An interesting look at the sutra, with lots of lovely pictures, however for those already familiar with the sutra there isn't really any new or very detailed information here.