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Initial post: 24 Oct 2011 17:50:33 BDT
Steve Akroyd says:
I have been reading this series since it started, but.....why, oh why are Amazon setting the Kindle prices so high. The Kindle price in the UK is only 50p less than the Hardcover, and now that this book has been out for a while, you can now obtain the hardcover at over £3.00 less!!

C'mon Amazon, this pricing will never help you to sell so many Kindles. So much so, that I'm considering ordering the paperback.

Posted on 28 Nov 2011 20:01:15 GMT
Ronald Burn says:
I absolutely refuse to pay more for the Kindle download than for the paperback and I also won't pay more than £5 for it. I don't buy the paperback as an alternative. I buy a different book. The cost to the publisher of producing multiple copies of a Kindle version must be very little more than the cost of producing just one. The pricing is therefore strategic but the strategy is wrong. The business model is bad and will lead to poor publisher profitability. Publishers take note.
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Dead Reckoning: A True Blood Novel by Charlaine Harris (Hardcover - 3 May 2011)
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