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I "bought" a free book on iBooks Store, the book is on my iCloud.
Now I would to remove it, but I cannot find a way to do it.

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have you tried selecting it and hitting the delete key? –  amergin Apr 23 at 23:58
    
@amergin: yes, no way. –  enzotib Apr 24 at 7:52

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First, delete the local copy by selecting it and pressing delete and then confirming by pressing the "Delete" button in the confirmation dialog.

Now if the book is displaying with the iCloud icon you can hide the iCloud purchases, by clicking on the "Sort By" menu and making sure "Show Purchases in iCloud" is unchecked. If that was already unchecked, then the book's icon will simply disappear.

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a bug or a feature? :) –  enzotib Apr 24 at 16:20
    
It's definitely intentional, so I'd call it a feature. –  Mark Apr 24 at 17:08
    
I already found how to remove the local copy and how to hide the iCloud copies, but I would to remove the iCloud copies. Thanks anyway –  enzotib Apr 26 at 7:04

On the Mac you can tick Menu > View > Hide purchases (I work on a Dutch system, so I hope this is correct); on iOS you can do this in Preferences > iBooks > Show all purchases.

You can hide all unwanted books in iTunes on the Mac forever…

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The OP was asking about iBooks, not iTunes. iTunes in Mavericks only deals with audiobooks, not PDF files or iBooks purchases. –  Mark Apr 25 at 17:56
    
This is simply not true:-) if I open iTunes on the Mac and view my purchases, I can view all my purchased books and hide them. If you prefer iBooks on the Mac, you can do exactly the same thing from the iBooks Store > Purchases tab. –  Eelco Apr 25 at 18:04
    
I think I found what the OP was looking for. I've updated my answer. –  Mark Apr 25 at 18:45

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