Most of us would head to Amazon, WHSmith or another online store if we wanted to purchase a book. Book fans however would never choose a book without browsing the contents and doing a bit of research on the author. Now you can get the best of both worlds through the new Google Book Search.
You can search through books available through the Google Book Search based on either the book name or contents. For instance, if you're seeking a book on Macromedia Dreamweaver, you'll find that you're presented with a number of books relating to Dreamweaver. Some are available with a full preview, many have a very limited preview (limited to a small number of pages), whilst others have no preview at all. Google do, conveniently, show a list of online book stores that are stocking your choice of book.
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