Top 10 academic bestsellers: Blackwell, Southampton

June 12, 2008

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

2. Blackstone's Statutes on Family Law 2007-2008, Sixteenth Edition edited by Mika Oldham. Oxford University Press, £16.99. ISBN 9780199211814

3. Law Express: Criminal Law, Second Edition edited by Emily Finch and Stefan Fafinski. Pearson Education, £10.99. ISBN 9781405873642

4. Anti-Oppressive Practice, Second Edition by Jane Dalrymple and Beverley Burke. Open University Press, £24.99. ISBN 9780335218011

5. Child Law for Social Work by Jane Williams. Sage, £19.99. ISBN 9781412908047

6. AAT - 18 Business Tax FA2007: Combined Course Companion by BPP Learning Media. BPP Learning Media, £17.00. ISBN 9780751732085

7. Researching and Writing a Dissertation: A Guidebook for Business Students, Second Edition by Colin Fisher. Pearson Education, £30.99. ISBN 97803710073

8. Promoting Equality: Challenging Discrimination and Oppression, Second Edition by Neil Thompson. Palgrave Macmillan, £21.99. ISBN 9780333993538

9. Domestic Violence: A Multi-professional Approach for Health Professionals by June Keeling and Tom Mason. Open University Press, £22.99. ISBN 9780335222810

10. Meetings on the Edge: A High-Level Escape from Office Routine by Mags McKean. In Pinn, £14.99. ISBN 9781903238806

Blackwell Academic Bookshop. Sir James Matthews Building, 157-187 Above Bar Street, Southampton S014 7JT.

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