(To purchase a copy, click on the cover image.)
I decided to publish it as an ebook, via Kindle, at least at first. If you don't have a Kindle hardware device, that shouldn't be a problem. Kindle Reader software is freely available for all sorts of systems, including iPads, Androids, Laptops, etc. By selling it through Kindle I was also able to keep the price down: 6 bucks, USA!
For those of you reading regularly here, the book will look familiar, as most of the content has been lifted directly from this blog, with a few minor corrections and adjustments, and some additional material. However, the book is much better organized than the blog, which is all over the place, and the book is easier to follow. At least I hope so. Kindle has a search mechanism that works much better than an index, and that too is a big plus. (The search tool I added here stopped working a while ago, not sure why.)
I'm hoping some of you will be ambitious enough to review the book. Just scroll down on the Amazon page to where it says "Write a customer review." And please by all means, if you do write a review, be honest. If you think it sucks, say so. Though it would be more helpful if you were to explain why you think it sucks. You can also respond with comments to this post -- but reviews posted on Amazon can be helpful in generating interest and sales, so by all means, if you are so inclined, reviews will be much appreciated. And they need not be full blown essays. A few lines will do nicely.
I've had very mixed feelings about publishing in book form, just as I had mixed feelings about starting this blog. After all, people with a theory about the JonBenet Ramsey case are a dime a dozen. I do feel confident I'm on the right track, but so, of course, does everyone else whose ever written a book on this case. And there are lots of them, let me tell you.
I must say, however, that I've been really surprised and delighted by the response to this blog, especially all the many meaningful comments and questions, forcing me at times to dig more deeply into certain details than ever before. I do think that my ideas have changed some minds, and I do very much appreciate the support I've received from so many of you. And as a result I don't feel so much like a fool, publishing yet one more book on this fascinating mystery.
[Added 1 - 4 -14: Those of you with no Kindle player can go here to download free Reader apps for whatever device you might have. I've had one for my Windows PC for some time and it works fine.]