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Old 04-17-2012, 09:52 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by ProfCrash View Post
You should not be able to buy it from any vendor. Like AnemicOak said, there have been times that people have checked the wrong box for distribution. 1984 (sorry Harry) is the most prominent example of this.

I would buy it and save it to your computer before someone corrects the mistake.

It is pretty easy to get around geographic restrictions. There are entire topics on the subject. Check in the Kobo forums. If you don't see a topic then post the question.
Are you saying this specific book is not legal to sell in the US or all Ann Bridge's books? If so, why? I have actually bought other of her books from both Amazon and Kobo.

In what country, if any, are they legal to sell? And, by the way, how do you know this? How does one figure this out?

Thanks for the reply and help.
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