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Cash'n'Carrion Here's a tempting offer for those of you looking for programming and related literature: while stocks last, purchase of any APress or APress Academic tome down at Cash'n'Carrion will earn you a free copy of The Best of Verity Stob - normally going out for £17.99.

It's all pretty simple - once your order is placed, the system automatically detects any Apress or Apress Academic title and then adds a free copy of Stob to said order. Here are links to said "Best of..." and a few selected APress publications:

The Best of Verity Stob
RRP - £17.99
Our Price - Free with any APress title below!

Pro C# 2005 .NET 2 Platform 3e
RRP - £40.99
Our Price - £29.51

Beginning Ubuntu Linux: From Novice to Professional Book/CD Package
RRP - £27.99
Our Price - £21.15

Pro SQL Server 2005
RRP - £33.99
Our Price - £24.47

Foundations Of AJAX
RRP - £27.99
Our Price - £20.15

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