OK, I admit it. I was ego-surfing Pandora’s Box on various Amazon sites. While looking at the list of other sellers on Amazon.co.uk, I found somewhere that’s selling our book, published in November 2007 and still fully in print, at over £130. The new retail price is less than £30. Do people really buy things listed at such outrageous prices, when one can get it for less than a quarter of the cost direct from Amazon (and over 30 other sellers). This is bizarre.

Amazon.com have an “editorial review” by Karl Jones of Liverpool John Moores University (why this is only on .com and not also/instead on .co.uk I’m not sure) which says: “This book provides a breath of fresh air in the subject… with numerous examples. Further, it provides a nice link between ethical behaviour, professionalism and the law.”