So, okay. Out here in The Rest Of The World, the Kindle isn't even available to buy; and even if you could smuggle one in, Amazon is adamant their wireless connection thingy won't work outside the US, plus you're breaking billions of customs laws and will be condemned to eternal damnation in the fires of hell, etc.
However, my books are available on Kindle, at least some of them are. Which ones? Well, that's where it gets a bit tricky. The Twelve Lies of Christmas (Sophie Green Mysteries, prequel), I, Spy? (Sophie Green Mysteries, No. 1), A is for Apple (Sophie Green Mysteries, No. 3) and Still Waters (Sophie Green Mysteries, No. 4).
Something missing? Count them. That's a prequel, book one, book three, and book four. Why not book two? The answer rhymes with cluck snows. I've actually had some reader feedback (yes! I have readers!) asking me why this is, and unfortunately I'm no wiser than they are. All I can do is email my publishers and ask if they can do anything about it, but I have an eerie inkling that the great decision rests with Amazon, who are notoriously dilatory about getting things online (for instance, click on the link for I, Spy?, and you'll see there's not even a cover image there. The book's been out for two years now).
However! Help is at hand! The Samhellions have ridden to my rescue and informed me that even if Amazon can't get its sluggish, silty bottom in gear and format ebooks for the Kindle, you can still read them on the device. How? The Mobipocket format is compatible. Note: as I said earlier, I don't/can't have a Kindle, so I can't verify this myself, but I'm assured it's the truth. Buy an ebook in the Mobipocket format, and you can read it on the Kindle.
And lo! Ugley Business, the missing link in the Sophie Green series for Kindle, is fully available in the Mobipocket format! Do make sure it's not encoded with DRM (data rights management, which prevents copies and transfers). You can buy non-DRM files from from My Bookstore And More, Samhain's direct retailer. Phew!
Meanwhile, bring me my bow of burning gold and my arrows of desire, and my sword shall not sleep in my hand 'til we have built compatible e-reader links for all my books! Hussah!