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Thursday, 21 April 2011

Feeding the old Kindle

One of the things I love about the Kindle store is that I can buy books that I would never see in the increasingly irrelevant UK book stores. And most of them cost me next to nothing, far less than I'd pay for a new paperback.

These are my latest purchases - expect reviews here soon.

Archive readers will not find my first two choices at all surprising - I am after all a huge western fan. But maybe my third choice will seem surprising - hey, I want to see what all this fuss is about.



























3 comments:

Bill Crider said...

Hope you like mine. I can tell you right now that Ed's is terrific. I read it when it came out.

Gary Dobbs/Jack Martin said...

I'm sure I will Bill - that's the great thing about Kindle - I can catch up with the work of names that have become friends via the blogosphere.

Randy Johnson said...

The Crider and Gorman are good. I have a paperback of the Gorman and a Kindle of Bill's. The Hocking i haven't tried.