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Faber e-book joins 20p promotion
01.01.70 | Benedicte Page
Sony and Amazon’s 20p e-book offer shows no sign of coming to an end, with a Faber novel the latest to be added to the promotion.
The Expats, an espionage thriller written by Chris Pavone, is now on sale for Kindle and Sony Reader priced at 20p. The title was originally published in March 2012.
The Expats joins titles by Man Booker Prize-winner Alan Hollinghurst, bestselling crime writer Peter James, and Jeffrey Archer in the promotion.
Monday to Friday Man by Alice Peterson (Quercus), also selling for 20p, has now been at the top of the Amazon Kindle paid-for chart since mid-August, having knocked EL James’ Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy (Arrow) from the top spot.
Sony said when the offer began that the offer would not be time-limited, and that the range of books available would change regularly.