Amazon sells books. Currently in the top ten is a book by Ted Kennedy. No real surprise given the surname and given all the publicity generated by the fact that he just died. There is also a book by Dan Brown. Also no real surprise given that he has a track record writing best selling novels. Currently at number eight is a book about monetary policy by Ron Paul called “End the Fed”. Okay Ron Paul has some profile so it makes some sense, but who on earth reads books about monetary policy? Is this really the stuff of mass market appeal. Does Joe Average really care about who controls the money supply? Maybe he does.