On November 14, I published an announcement concerning Family Historian, a genealogy program for Windows that has been very popular in England. In fact, I reviewed the program a couple of times in past years. The article I published a few days ago was an announcement that the program will now be sold in the United States, especially at Target stores.
One item that was notably absent in the announcement was any mention of price. Several people asked about the price in comments at the end of the article. Today I did some on-site investigative journalism: I visited a local Target store.
Indeed, Family Historian 3 was sitting on the shelf and is available for purchase. The price at my local Target store is $49.99.
I have no idea if the prices are exactly the same in all Target stores or not, although I suspect they are.
You can read the earlier announcement at http://blog.eogn.com/eastmans_online_genealogy/2008/11/family-historia.html.