Top 10 Academic Bestsellers: Blackwell, London WC2

November 6, 2008

1. Gut Feelings: Short Cuts to Better Decision-Making by Gerd Gigerenzer, Allen Lane, £8.99. ISBN 9780141015910

2. Mental Health Act 1983 Code of Practice. Revised 2008 by the Department of Health, The Stationery Office, £16.50. ISBN 97801132280906

3. Get Rid of Your Accent: The English Pronunciation and Speech Training Manual by Linda James and Olga Smith. Business and Technical Communication Services, £19.95. ISBN 9780955330001

4. The New Cold War: How the Kremlin Menaces both Russia and the West by Edward Lucas. Bloomsbury, £20.00. ISBN 9780747595670

5. Economics: A Very Short Introduction by Partha Dasgupta. Oxford University Press, £7.99. ISBN 9780192853455

6. Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine by Murray Longmore et al. Oxford University Press, £24.95. ISBN 9780198568377

7. English Grammar in Use with Answers and CD-Rom: A Self-study Reference and Practice Book for Intermediate Students of English, Third Ed by Raymond Murphy. Cambridge University Press, £18.63. ISBN 9780521537629

8. The Oxford Dictionary of Idioms by Judith Siefring and Jennifer Speake. Oxford University Press, £8.99. ISBN 9780198610557

9. English Collocations in Use: Advanced by Michael McCarthy and Felicity O'Dell. Cambridge University Press, £14.00. ISBN 9780521707800

10. Practical Everyday English with CD: A Self-study Method of Spoken English for Upper Intermediate and Advanced Students by Steven Wayne Collins and Alex Stead, Montserrat Publishing, £17.50. ISBN 9780952835820

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