From the reviews:

"[T]his well-written book on matrix algebra reminds me of many classics in the field. It is both concise and timely, and provides a good collection of overviews and reviews of important tools used in statistical methods. The book seems best suited as a supplementary text for various courses in multivariate statistical analysis or linear models. I also can safely recommend this book as a handy resource manual for researchers as well as practitioners." (Technometrics, May 2008, Vol. 50, No. 2)

"Readership: Students of a course in matrix algebra for statistics, or in statistical computing. … Recently, quite a number of books on matrices related to statistics have been published … . computational orientation of this book is probably the main difference between it and these other books. … I never thought that one could write a matrix book with statistical applications without having C.R. Rao in the references; here the book now is. … an extensive, personal, and easy-to-read matrix book of high quality. Recommended." (Simo Puntanen, International Statistical Review, Vol. 75 (3), 2007)

"This book is a remarkable and in a way unusual approach to integrate the two mega fields by a kind of interrelated guide. … Remarkably the referencing is done by pages … and the pages are precisely on target, which is proof of the careful writing and editing. … The book is a careful and interesting exposition of almost encyclopedic coverage of the interrelatedness of matrices and computation, emphasizing also statistical applications. … a strong, highly recommendable guide to the intricacies of matrices in statistics." (Götz Uebe, Advances in Statistical Analysis, Vol. 92 (3), 2008)

"This is a very refreshing book covering matrix theory and its applications in statistics and numerical analysis. It has the character of a handbook and is lucidly written. … A 14 page bibliography that is sufficient to trace the omitted proof details rounds out this book into almost a handbook of current state of the art knowledge in matrix theory and applications. There are eleven sets of exercises and detailed hints and partial solutions also." (Frank Uhlig, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1133 (11), 2008)

"This book could serve as a text for a course in matrices for statistics … or, more generally, a course in statistical computing or linear models. … this can be a useful reference book for such a course or, more generally, as a reference for any statistician who uses matrix algebra extensively. … Overall, I really enjoyed reading Matrix Algebra: Theory, Computations, and Applications in Statistics, and I would recommend it as a nice reference to anyone interested in linear models, particularly its numerical aspects." (Abhyuday Mandal, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 103 (484), December, 2008)