could somebody explain why some kindle books cost more than brand new paper backs eg. A Murderous Procession by Ariana Franklin, the kindle price is £9.35 but the paper back is £5.99 surely the kindle should be cheaper as there is no actual physical product.
Having had a kindle now for a couple of years, I too have seen the kindle books gradually creep up to and sometimes overtake the price of a paperback version. With supermarkets selling 2-3 books for £8.00 if they are not careful the e-books will quickly go out of fashion. I thought that the idea of the ebooks was to bring the cost down - this is obviously not working at the moment