Top 10 academic bestsellers: Blackwell, Southampton

April 24, 2008

1. Remedies for Torts and Breach of Contract by Andrew Burrows

Oxford University Press, £39.95. ISBN 9780406977267

2. Law Express: Contract Law by Emily Finch and Stefan Fafinski

Pearson Education, £9.99. ISBN 9781405821957

3. Language to Go: Upper Intermediate Students Book by Simon Greenall

Pearson Longman, £13.50. ISBN 9780582403994

4. Essential Theory for Social Work Practice by Chris Beckett

Sage, £19.99. ISBN 9781412908740

5. CIM Coursebook: Marketing in Practice by Tony Curtis

Butterworth-Heinemann, £19.99. ISBN 9780750684330

6. Social Inclusion and Recovery: A Model for Mental Health Practice by Julie Repper and Rachel Perkins

Bailliere Tindall, £22.99. ISBN 9780702026010

7. Exploring Innovation by David Smith

McGraw-Hill, £37.99. ISBN 9780077108618

8. Contemporary Advertising by William Arens

McGraw-Hill, £43.99. ISBN 9780071101059

9. Success in Electronics by Tom Duncan

Hodder Education, £13.50. ISBN 9780719572050

10. Textbook on Criminal Law by Michael Allen

Oxford University Press, £24.99. ISBN 9780199215843

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