I also like Ken Follett's historical novels, and he has a new one - called Fall of Giants. But the Amazon pricing is crazy! It's more expensive on Amazon in the Kindle (electronic) version - $19.99 - than in the hardback (actual copy) version - $19.40:
By way of contrast, BN has it for $19.99 in the electronic version and $21.06 for the hardback version.
What is the rationale for Amazon's pricing, besides pure greed? Though it seems like the greed is on the part of the publisher, not Amazon, which is willing to discount the hardback even more than BN.
This pricing structure,makes me rethink my whole approach to purchasing books.