The search results are determined by the combination of information entered into the search fields. The more information you enter, the fewer search results that will be returned. The search engine will try to match all the words that you enter in the search fields.
On your first search attempt you should only enter 2 or 3 words as your search criteria. If the first search yields too many results, then try entering more search criteria to reduce the search results.
We recommend that if you have an interest in a particular subject you search by using the keyword feature in Quick Search (above and to the left) - for example, \'fiction\' will match all fiction titles, which could be further narrowed down by searching for modern fiction, crime fiction, science fiction, childrens fiction etc. Similarly, \'music\' will match all books about music, which could be narrowed down by folk music, rock & pop music, classical music, jazz music etc. Other keywords include fishing, gardening, farming, history, art, dogs, cats, sociology, cookery, theology, history, military, architecture etc.