Top 10 Academic Bestsellers: Blackwell, Leeds

March 13, 2008

1. The Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines, Ninth Edition by David Taylor, Carol Paton and Robert Kerwin

Routledge, £25.00. ISBN 9780415424165

2. Internet Marketing: Strategy, Implementation and Practice, Third Edition by Dave Chaffey

Prentice Hall, £40.99. ISBN 97803694052

3. Guide to Analysis, Second Edition by Mary Hart

Palgrave, £.99. ISBN 9780333794494

4. Therese Raquin by Emile Zola, translated by Robin Buss

Penguin Classics, £7.99. ISBN 9780140449440

5. The Syringe Driver: Continuous Subcutaneous Infusions in Palliative Care, Second Edition by Andrew Dickman, Jennifer Schneider and James Varga

Oxford University Press, £.95. ISBN 9780198566939

6. Blackstone's EU Treaties and Legislation 2007-2008, Eighteenth Edition edited by Nigel Foster

Oxford University Press, £14.99. ISBN 9780199211692

7. Oxford Handbook of General Practice, Second Edition by Chantal Simon, Hazel Everitt and Tony Kendrick

Oxford University Press, £29.95. ISBN 9780198565819

8. Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine, Seventh Edition by Murray Longmore, Ian B. Wilkinson, Tom Turmezei and Chee Kay Cheung

Oxford University Press, £24.95. ISBN 9780198568377

9. Nutcases Tort, Fourth Edition by Vera Bermingham

Sweet and Maxwell, £8.50. ISBN 9780421890701

10. Personality and Individual Differences by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

Blackwell, £19.99. ISBN 9781405130080

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