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So.....did you buy that kindle yet Gut?
I actually have kindle on my PC, just I hate the thing, I read all day for work often off a screen but hate it and I find it much harder on my eyes with the backlighting.

I will probably end up ordering your book on Kindle, but I may have family traveling to UK later in the year so they may be able to snag a copy there for me to avoid the horror of Kindle. But the hardback is currently out of stock and the postage is just crazy.
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I actually have kindle on my PC, just I hate the thing, I read all day for work often off a screen but hate it and I find it much harder on my eyes with the backlighting.

I will probably end up ordering your book on Kindle, but I may have family traveling to UK later in the year so they may be able to snag a copy there for me to avoid the horror of Kindle. But the hardback is currently out of stock and the postage is just crazy.
Hi Gut,
Yes, it seems the book has been selling very fast but hopefully my publisher will get distribution sorted quickly to get it back in stock.

Really need to look at getting it in bookshops in Oz....
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Yes, it seems the book has been selling very fast but hopefully my publisher will get distribution sorted quickly to get it back in stock.

Really need to look at getting it in bookshops in Oz....
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That'd be good.
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The fact that it is sold out can't be all bad.
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Dear All,

For any of you who have experienced difficulty in viewing the photos on the Kindle version of 'Prisoner 4374', I do apologise for the inconvenience.

This is being rectified by Amazon today & a new version will appear shortly.

I do hope you enjoyed the read & look forward to your feedback.

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Dear Fellow Casebook Enthusiasts,

My apologies to those of you who are experiencing problems with purchasing 'Prisoner 4374' - it seems that Amazon did not foresee the large amount of pre-orders that were made & therefore have run out of stock.

My publisher assures me that they are working to resolve this issue & hopefully we will see more distribution very soon.

Please bear with us, my book is worth waiting for.
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I think the fact that the book has sold out speaks volumes of how good it is and yes it is worth waiting for.
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They have bookshops in Oz?

Heron Foods are doing custard creams, orange creams and digestive creams for 29p a packet. I also have a Yorkie mug that could do double duty as a sink.
Purely for research purposes you understand, I don't want to keep trekking back and forth to the kitchen when I'm absorbed in a top read.
I love the chatty, conversational tone of the book, it's a big ask combining factual information with that style, but you manage it seamlessly.
It's success then is completely understandable.

Note to prospective Casebook authors. My review of this wonderful book was sincere, but I am prepared to offer good reviews for biscuits.

All the best.
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They have bookshops in Oz?
Yep. but I don't live near IT.
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Ho Ho.

I take it the best sellers are The Bumper Book of Barbecue's and Shane Warnes Guide To Getting The Most Out Of Your Mobile.

All the best.
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