I've been telling everybody and their sister that the Kindle version of my 2nd edition was only $9.99.
Boy, was I wrong. That's the price only for the 1st edition. (Why, oh why, do I so often believe things too good to be true?) The price for the 2nd edition Kindle was not released until today, and it is a much steeper $42.67.
Not only that, it's really confusing to get the Kindle 2nd edition. If you first go to Amazon you get this (click for larger):
Disregard the $9.99. That's the first edition. You don't want that (unless you're a scholar interested in what I changed between editions). Trust me, the 2nd edition is better.
Notice the tiny little "+" icon I've circled on the screenshot above. Click that:
There's the real 2nd edition Kindle, with the price circled. Sorry for the price misinformation. Really not sure why they are burying it that way.
On another topic, if you do the "Click to LOOK INSIDE" you'll get this surprising result:
Bet you didn't know I was also an expert in the oil and gas industry! And only that cover is wrong, if you scroll down you'll see my book.
We're trying to get this straightened out, needless to say. But the interactions between my publisher and Amazon are a bit opaque to me.
Anyways, what matters is you can get the book. Please let me know how you like it.