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What many of us have seen in the past is that the price starts out at not much off the hardback release price. But it then usually goes down at some point. Not guaranteed, though. There's one called The Serpent's Tail by Ariana Franklin that's been at it's (high) release price for months. I think that if they get on NYT bestseller list it generally drops to 9.99 in accordance with Amazon's advertised "most books cost". If not, it likely won't go down until the paperback version comes out. Anyone but me find it a little ironic that how well the PAPER book sells controls what we pay for an E-book? :)

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