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Old 12-06-2010, 02:40 PM   #8
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I have some basic price critera that can sink and in a lot of case has detered me from buying an ebook: 1) I will not spend more that $8, don't care who it is; 2) Book needs to line up with where I am going with my reading at any point in time, doesn't matter what the book is priced if I am not shopping for that type of book at the moment I don't buy. At the moment I am looking for political and military thriller books, I have read Andy Mc Dermott and I am working on Executioner # 385 Recovery Force at the moment. In the near future I am planning on reading Michael Walsh.

Simple pricing is not enough the book has to be in line with where I am going at this point in time.
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