Dear Amazon.com Customer,Say whut? Well, yes, I did buy Dawkin's book (you can view my review here), but I really would not be interested in a book about the etiquette of adultery thank you very much. But, of course, most of the people who buy Dawkin's book are not people like me, who are inclined to disagree with him; they are people who are inclined to agree with him. And according to Amazon.com, these are people who are also interested in reading about the etiquette of adultery.
We've noticed that customers who have expressed interest in The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins have also ordered Lust in Translation: The Rules of Infidelity from Tokyo to Tennessee by Pamela Druckerman ... Druckerman offers an anecdotal rather than a scholarly exploration of the international etiquette of adultery.
What is interesting about this is that one of the arguments Dawkins makes in his book is that atheists are just as "moral" as Christians.
Now I'm not a betting man, but if I were, I would be willing to wager that people who have bought Christian books don't get messages from Amazon.com about books that outline the finer points of cheating on your spouse.