The book starts with tables of useful facts and figures.There are notes on metrication,liquid measure,notes for Americans and Australian users , Oven temperature chart and an Imperial / American guide to solid and liquid measure.
Though the term 'curry' is identified with Indian cuisine, there are other cultures / cuisines using this term.So this book covers recipes from Asian countries,West Indies and Africa.
The book has both Vegetarian and Non vegetarian recipes and the I found there are more Non veg curries in this book than the veg options.
Each section / Country cuisine starts with a one page introduction about the delicacies from that part of the world,the spices used,the methods etc.
The sections are
Indian - divided into North ,West,Central ,East ,South 
Sri Lanka -11
Malaysia and Singapore - 8
West Indies -15
Basic Recipes -11
Though this book is called the curry cookbook,there are also a few rice based dishes,salads.Some Curry powder recipes are also present.The basic section has paneer,masala powders,chapathi,basic dhal,coconut milk,boiled rice,zaffran pullao,naan and parathas.
There are a few pages with clicks.Around 4-5 dishes displayed together in a click.All of them are really tempting.
If you are a vegetarian,you may not find a large number of vegetarian curries here.Otherwise this book seems to have everything from simple to exotic non veg curries from across the world.
Some vegetarian curries that I liked are Bahara Baingan from Pakistan,Spicy Potato Kofta from Nepal,Sri Lankan Roti,Kyazan[Cellophane noodles] from Burma,Sajur Lemeng[White vegetable curry],Pacari[Spicy pineapple and coconut curry] from Indonesia,Tomatoes and Okra from West Indies,Clove rice from East Africa
At a Glance...
Book - THE HAMLYN CURRY COOKBOOK [Click link to buy from Amazon]
Author - Meera Taneja
Publishers -The Hamlyn Publishing Group Limited
No. Of Pages -128
No. Of Recipes - 121
Please note that I have not been paid to write this review.