Top 10 academic bestsellers: Blackwell, Edinburgh

May 7, 2009

1 Creation or Evolution: Do We Have to Choose? by Denis Alexander
Monarch, £10.99
ISBN 9781854247469

2 Sex, Drugs and Chocolate: The Science of Pleasure by Paul C. Martin
HarperCollins, £16.99
ISBN 97800071085

3 Rescuing Darwin: God and Evolution in Britain Today by Nick Spencer and Denis Alexander
Theos, £10.00
ISBN 9780955445354

4 The Selfish Gene, Third Revised Edition by Richard Dawkins
Oxford University Press, £8.99
ISBN 9780199291151

5 Intelligence: A Very Short Introduction by Ian J. Deary
Oxford University Press, £7.99
ISBN 9780192893215

6 Mathematics: Official SQA Past Papers, Intermediate 2 (Units 1, 2, 3)
Leckie and Leckie, £7.99
ISBN 9781843726647

7 Avizandum Statutes on Scots Commercial and Consumer Law, Sixth Revised Edition by J. Hamilton
Avizandum Publishing, £24.95
ISBN 9781904968269

8 The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins
Transworld, £8.99
ISBN 97805573317

9 Blackstone’s Statutes on Company Law 2008-2009 edited by Derek French
Oxford University Press
ISBN 9780199238248

10 Crash Course: Muscles, Bones and Skin, Third Revised Edition by Judith E. Ritchie
Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN 9780723434344

Blackwell, 53-62 South Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1YS

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