One of the long standing unsolved problems in Graph Theory is the Graph Reconstruction Problem, proposed by S.M.Ulam and P.J.Kelly in 1942. This book mainly deals with three recent reductions of the Graph Reconstruction Problem, which may lead to the final solution of the problem. It is suitable for postgraduate students in Mathematics. It can also be effectively used for senior undergraduate level. The authors have taken great pain in presenting the results in a cogent manner and with enough clarity, so that a student can do self-study. Several figures are included as visual aids for enhancing the understanding. On the whole, this book will be a welcome addition to the existing literature on the theory of Graph Reconstruction and anticipates all success.