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Dangerous Pursuits

A few weeks ago I posted news of a reworking .. . a director’s cut, to use the movie term . . . of the first Oz novel, Blackstone’s Pursuits, that I’d published as an eBook on the Amazon.com Kindle store, accessible by US readers only . Well, thanks to the launch of the Amazon.de Kindle outlet, it’s now available there also, and as far as I can see, Brits can access that. Same with my other private publication ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’, which seems to be growing more popular by the month.

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  1. Alistair Beaton
    May 2, 2011 at 8:53 pm

    Tried to buy Dangerous Pursuits from Amazon.de without success. It would have perhaps helped if I understood German! I ended up being referred to Amazon.co.uk.

  2. Alistair Beaton
    May 2, 2011 at 9:41 pm

    Here is Amazon.co.uk’s answer to my query on buying from Amazon.de.

    “Hello Mr A C Beaton,

    Unfortunately the book “Dangerous Pursuits” you are interested in is not currently available for Kindle edition on our Amazon.co.uk website.

    Due to local conditions, availability and the pricing of titles on the Amazon.co.uk Kindle Store can vary from those available to international customers on Amazon.com and Amazon.de.

    However, I will pass on your feedback in regard to this to the publisher so that they are aware that you are interested in reading this title on the Kindle.

    Please be informed that Kindle content on Amazon.co.uk is available to UK residents only. Hence it is not possible for UK registered Kindle customers to purchase the contents from our partner websites Amazon.com or Amazon.de.

    Be assured we are actively working with publishers to add more selection every day.

    Thanks for contacting Amazon.co.uk.”

  3. May 3, 2011 at 12:13 am

    Goddamnit you’re right. That Amazon coding sure is sophisticated.

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