Yes, the four volumes have been reprinted. In soft cover they are around 40 bucks, 80 hard bound. I think that no serious naval enthusiast of the European theatre can do without them. One thing I like is that they were written ten years after the war end, with access to German records, even to then classified British records. That compares favourably with Morrison´s work, that was done DURiNG the war without any access to Japanese records, this make his quiet one-sided, if not unaccurate, all this based in common sense, I haven´t read Morrison´s. Roskill's does contain too info about the early stages of the Pacific war, that is something I have been trying to find for a while.