I discovered shortly after posting my review of the first two FitzOsborne books, that Michelle Cooper is unfortunately not published in Britain. Thus, the third book in the trilogy, The FitzOsbornes at War isn't going to be available in Britain any time soon. So, I've ordered it up from Australia from Gleebooks of Sydney. (Michelle Cooper has put together a handy guide on how to order her books from North America and Europe here.) Now I just need to be patient.
All this reminds me of a time, several years ago, when I ordered books and CDs from overseas with much more regularity. I think the last book I ordered from Australia was Alison Croggon's The Singing, the fantastic last book in her Pellinor quartet. I also used to order up CDs from the British and (at least once) German Amazon websites, back in the days when I couldn't get my favourite European metal albums in brick-and-mortar CD stores or from iTunes. Thankfully, iTunes seems to cover all the music I enjoy now.
In retrospect, those were probably rather expensive undertakings. But I was a book and music obsessed undergraduate with disposable income then.
I should mention that if you are in the UK, you can download the Kindle edition of The FitzOsbornes at War for about £10. (It's about twice that to order a hard copy from Oz). However, I'm a huge codex fancier and I already have the first two books and why would I want to ruin a complete, matching set? So, no ebooks for me. Not any time soon at least.