the price is no longer available. It will be interesting indeed to see what happens next.Latest news is that Amazon no longer publicize the ebook: on the American Assassin page, there is no link to the kindle edition. And, when you finally find it by devious means,
But how does this affect the so-called "greedy"authors and publishers? It is more important to them than it might seem, at first glance. "At least with the hardcopy book, I can lend it to a friend, or take it to a used book store and trade it for something I haven't read yet," comments William Smith of Kingston, NY. This certainly snared my attention. Used book stores do not yield royalties; and unless friends turn around and buy another book by that same author at a regular store, there is no financial gain to the author or the publisher at all. If a kindle book can be sold only once, however, the benefits are obvious.
Perhaps authors should be mounting their own campaign, in support of realistically priced ebooks.