New York’s book store book thief may be selling a Kindle for a whopping $5.
The new, ultra-rare book is now the most expensive Kindle on Amazon.
The most expensive item on Amazon is the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet, with the Kindle Fire 2 selling for $329.99.
And, the most valuable Kindle, the Kindle 3, sells for $379.99, according to Amazon.
This Kindle 3 is a “real steal,” said Anthony Cavanagh, author of the new book, The Book Thief.
Cavanag said he’s selling a copy of The Book Thieves book to someone who is looking for an ebook, but is concerned that if he sells a copy he’ll be in trouble with the law.
The book is sold on Amazon for $15, with shipping included.
This is the second most expensive book on Amazon and the second-most valuable, according the company.
Amazon said that the book is being offered to a buyer who has been convicted of a felony, and the seller was unable to provide proof of the conviction.
Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Cwanagh’s book was previously the most popular in the store.
The second most popular item was a copy in the Kindle Store of the same title.
“This Kindle 3 has a really nice price tag, but it is actually a very rare Kindle that I have had the pleasure of selling,” Cavanah said.
The thief can sell his Kindle 3 for $10, but he will need to get a court order to do so, Amazon said.
Amazon says that the Kindle thief is a person who has never before sold a Kindle to a customer.
“If you are going to do this, make sure you know your buyer and their history,” said Cavanags co-author, Andrew Leach, of Leach’s Books.
Amazon is also offering a $5 Amazon Gift Card.
The Book thieves ebook is not the first to be pirated on Amazon, said Cwanag.
In July, Leach sold his second book, a book about a man who had a sexual relationship with his wife, for a measly $1.99 on Amazon Kindle.
He then sold the book to another Amazon customer, who was able to buy the book for $3.99 in June.
“I was really surprised that it was so easy to get away with that, because the seller did everything in his power to get rid of the book, including sending a copy to the authorities,” Leach said.
Leach says Amazon is looking into the situation.
“Amazon has the right to keep its customers’ data,” he said.
“The way they handle this is a shame.
I hope that Amazon can do something to help us get this right.”