Note posted on 7 May 2016
The book of exercises that will accompany my Greek grammar has already been finished. Now will begin the usual process of revision, formatting, etc. As soon as it is available, I will launch it through the usual channels. Apologies for the long delay, but several matters have taken a lot of my free time.
This book completes the series of four: the two grammars and their correspondent books of exercises.
Note posted on 24 March 2016
The problem in the British site of Amazon seems to have been solved. As suspected, it was caused by both detail pages being linked because both books (Latin grammar and its book of exercises) have almost identical titles. In any case, to avoid this happening again, it's possible that the book of exercises that will accompany the Greek grammar may be published not with the expected title "Classical Greek: A New Grammar. Book of Exercises" but with some differentiated title, and it is also possible that I re-edit this book of Latin exercises with another title (only the title on the cover and on the spine and the ISBN would be different, the rest of the book would be identical).
Note posted on 23 March 2016 for British readers
There seems to be some strange problem in the British site of Amazon (Amazon.co.uk) with respect to the Latin grammar: the main information about it is not displayed, the ISBN is not shown, etc., and even the only offer that appears is one of those at multiplied prices rather than the usual £10.95 (as any of the other books: all of them have the same price, £10.95). Possibly the reason is that the Latin grammar and its partner book of exercises have almost identical titles ("Latin: A New Grammar" and "Latin: A New Grammar. Book of Exercises") and this may have produced some confusion. The fact that the customers' reviews for both the Latin grammar and for its book of exercises appear mixed make us think that this is the reason for the malfunction. We are trying to solve the problem.
In any other Amazon site (USA, etc.), the information appears correctly.
Note posted on 17 December 2015
The Book of Exercises for "Latin: A New Grammar" has finally been launched, after going through all the technical requirements. It is already available in Amazon.com (USA), Amazon.co.uk and the Amazon sites of continental Europe.