Bestseller from Washington

December 1996
New Scientist;12/14/96, Vol. 152 Issue 2060, p47
Presents a list of bestselling scientific books in Washington D.C. as of December 14, 1996. Includes `The Invention That Changed the World,' by Robert Buderi; `Quotable Einstein,' by Alice Calaprice; `Fermat's Last Theorem,' by Amir Aczel.


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