Thank you! (Finally, an easy search! No rummaging through the index, through the footnotes . . .) This is great! (Have to wait 'till after Christmas; I am literally broke. 12 dollars and 69 cents left in my account. I won't be treating anyone to dinner over the long holiday weekend, for sure! Terrible experience, to go to the bank, and get a balance out of the ATM, and it says that! FTD is gonna bankrupt me: old FECC Folk Song.)
As to any International restrictions, I don't see why. If you buy a Kindle, and download a Kindle book, it should "play" just fine. I don't think there's a conflict. And you can buy stuff internationally, 'cause I did. There was this weird little book on Sinatra's FBI file, really good, and I wanted it. Only on Amazon U.K. Worked perfectly. I signed on in, whatever you had to do, ordered the book, they charged my card, and it arrived at my door. A download ought to be a lot quicker, even.
(I did have a problem with The Elvis Shop; I was using a card from my credit union, and they said I needed to go to the bank and authorize "an International transaction." With a big bank, though, I wouldn't think that'd be an issue. It wasn't with amazon UK, earlier.)
There is also an unabridged audible audio book edition of both volumes, but not read by Peter Guralnick, unfortunately. Here's a link where you can listen to a sample: http://www.amazon.com/Last-Train-Memphis-Elvis-Presley/dp/B009ZP0M7C/ref=tmm_aud_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1356161577&sr=8-3
That is expensive; the Kindle is cheap.
Couldn't hurt to try. All the best of luck!