If you Google the title ‘Who Betrayed the Jews?’ you get an amazing range of bookshops from all over the world listing the book. In the UK the main booksellers like Waterstones, Blackwell’s, Foyles are all showing it as is the online Guardian bookshop who is offering the book at £24. You do get 640 pages and about 4 years of my life, but I cannot judge whether it is a good buy – no doubt I shall hear soon enough from the critics.
You can also buy it from Amazon UK and WH Smiths both currently at £20.40. The e book is much cheaper at WH Smiths than Amazon. There are other discounters such as Speedy Hen. Don’t forget your local independent bookshop may stock it or can order it – try Josephs Bookstore in Temple Fortune, London.
I am hoping to visit some bookshops to sign copies, so look out for these – so far I have signed some for Foyles at Charing Cross, Hatchards on Piccadilly and Waterstones in Hampstead. See the photo below from Foyles thanks to Mark Prince.
For those further away in the US and Australia, the book should be available in March 2016. It seems amazing that even today it takes so long for a batch of books to cross the Atlantic. The Google listings already seem to cover Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia amongst many others so anyone anywhere in the world should be able to purchase it which is remarkable. If you have trouble getting the book in the US, I know Robert Ahronheim of Page Avenue Books in Greater Detroit stocks it.
For Library use the Dewey number is 940.5318 but it will probably be some time before the libraries have it on their shelves.
The feedback so far has been encouraging and there are some 5* reviews on Amazon UK and US. Reviews on any online bookshop are most welcome and do encourage sales, as long as they are favourable!!!!!