Top 10 Academic Bestsellers: Heffers, Cambridge

April 17, 2008

1. The Trouble with Physics: The Rise of String Theory, the Fall of a Science and What Comes Next by Lee Smolin Penguin, £8.99 ISBN 9780141018355

2. Affluenza by Oliver James Vermilion, £8.99 ISBN 9780091900113

3. The Hot Topic: How to Tackle Global Warming and Still Keep the Lights On by David King and Gabrielle Walker Bloomsbury, £9.99 ISBN 9780747593959

4. Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics by Douglas Lind, William Marchal and Samuel Wathen McGraw-Hill, £43.99 ISBN 9780071285759

5. Byzantium: The Surprising Life of a Medieval Empire by Judith Herrin Penguin, £9.99 ISBN 9780141031026

6. Austerity Britain: A World to Build by David Kynaston Bloomsbury, £7.99 ISBN 9780747585404

7. Science: A History by John Gribbin Penguin, £10.99 ISBN 9780140297416

8. Rome and Jerusalem: The Clash of Ancient Civilizations by Martin Goodman Penguin, £9.99 ISBN 97801402918

9. The Discovery of Mankind: Atlantic Encounters in the Age of Columbus by David Abulafia Yale University Press, £25.00 ISBN 9780300125825

10. Cases and Material on EU Law by Stephen Weatherill Oxford University Press, £29.99 ISBN 9780199214013

Heffers Booksellers, 20 Trinity Street, Cambridge, CB2 1TY.

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