Top 10 Academic Bestsellers: Blackwell, Loughborough

May 29, 2008

1. The No Nonsense Guide to Democracy by Richard Swift Verso, £7.00 ISBN 9781859844700

2. The Entertainer by John Osborne Faber and Faber, £8.99 ISBN 9780571063673

3. An Actor Prepares by Constantin Stanislavski, translated by Elizabeth Reynolds Hapgood Methuen Drama, £7.99 ISBN 9781408100035

4. Democracy, Third Edition by Anthony Arblaster Open University Press, £18.99 ISBN 9780335209699

5. International Financial Reporting and Analysis, Third Edition by David Alexander, Ann Jorissen and Anne Britton Cengage, £41.99 ISBN 9781844806683

6. Marketing Communications, Enhanced Media Edition by Chris Fill Prentice Hall, £43.99 ISBN 9781405873086

7. MATLAB and Simulink Student Version Release 2007a CD-Rom by Mathworks Prentice Hall, £50.00 ISBN 9780979223907

8. Making Sense of Illness: The Social Psychology of Health and Disease by Alan Radley Sage, £20.99 ISBN 9780803989092

9. Corporate Finance and Investment: Decisions and Strategies by Richard Pike and Bill Neale Prentice Hall, £48.99 ISBN 97803695615

10. Crystal Structure Determination by William Clegg Oxford University Press, £10.99 ISBN 9780198559016

Blackwell Loughborough, Union Building, Loughborough University, Ashby Road, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE11 3TT; www.blackwell.co.uk.

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