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SQL in 10 minutes, Sams Teach Yourself

This book is a good introduction to SQL that I have been recommending for quite a few years.

View on amazon.co.uk: SQL in 10 Minutes, Sams Teach Yourself

SQL Cookbook

This book explains more modern SQL from a database independent viewpoint, covering SQL/Server, Oracle, MySQL and others.

View on amazon.co.uk: SQL Cookbook (Cookbooks (O’Reilly))

Programming Microsoft SQL/Server 2012

There are many books on SQL/Server. This book provides a good overview / reference of SQL/Server for all developers, beginners to advanced.

View on amazon.co.uk: Programming Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (Developer Reference)

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