Top 10 Academic Bestsellers: Blackwell, Liverpool

May 22, 2008

1. Blackstone's Statutes on Contract, Tort and Restitution 2007-2008, Eighteenth Edition edited by Francis Rose Oxford University Press, £14.99 ISBN 9780199211678

2. Blackstone's Statutes on Criminal Law 2007-2008, Seventeenth Edition edited by Peter Glazebrook Oxford University Press, £12.99 ISBN 9780199211661

3. Blackstone's Statutes on Property Law 2007-2008, Fifteenth Edition edited by Meryl Thomas. Oxford University Press, £14.99, ISBN 9780199211722

4. Blackstone's Statutes on Medical Law, Fifth Edition edited by Anne E. Morris and Michael A. Jones Oxford University Press, £18.99 ISBN 9780199211821

5. Rapid Medicine by Amir Sam, Cara Baker, James Teo and Saira Hameed. Wiley-Blackwell, £16.99, ISBN 9781405107495

6. Strategy: Process, Content, Context by Bob de Wit and Ron Meyer, Cengage, £42.99 ISBN 9781861529640

7. Core Statutes on Commercial and Consumer Law 2007-08 by Graham Stephenson Palgrave Macmillan, £10.00 ISBN 9780230535954

8. Core Clinical Cases: Questions and Answers in Medical Ethics by Emma Searle, Andrew Sewart and Martin Vernon. PasTest, £15.99, ISBN 97819046616

9. Medical Ethics and Law: The Core Curriculum, Second Edition by Tony Hope, Julian Savulescu and Judith Hendrick Churchill Livingstone, £19.99 ISBN 9780443103377

10. Law Express: Tort Law by Emily Finch and Stefan Fafinski Pearson Education, £9.99 ISBN 9781405821940

Blackwell University Bookshop, University of Liverpool, Alsop Building, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool L3 5TX; www.blackwell.co.uk.

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