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Old 07-09-2012, 08:12 PM   #1
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Robeson, Kenneth: Savage 35 - Murder Mirage. V1. 9 July 2012

Doc Savage Magazine #35 - Murder Mirage
by Kenneth Robeson (1936)

Laurence Donovan (d. 1950) was an American pulp fiction writer who wrote several Doc Savage novels under the pseudonym Kenneth Robeson.

Synopsis:
A blizzard in July and a woman's image is frozen in glass—how could these bizarre events possibly be connected? To find the answer and save the life of Ranyon Cartheris, the Man of Bronze and his dauntless allies journey to hot desert sands halfway round the World where they are trapped—perhaps never to emerge—in the ancient underground tombs of Tasunan!

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Note regarding issue #34:
Doc Savage Magazine #34 - 'The Fantastic Island' was co-written by Lester Dent (d. 1959) and Ryerson Johnson (d. 1995). Due to Canadian copyright laws (life plus 50 rule) that issue of the magazine is not considered public domain and cannot be made available without permission of the appropriate copyright holder(s).
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Old 07-10-2012, 01:58 PM   #2
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Drat! Issue 34 is the 2nd so far still under copyright. Do you know how many others of the series are still covered under the copyright law George?
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Drat! Issue 34 is the 2nd so far still under copyright. Do you know how many others of the series are still covered under the copyright law George?
I did this a couple of years ago...RSE

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Old 07-10-2012, 08:18 PM   #4
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Drat! Issue 34 is the 2nd so far still under copyright. Do you know how many others of the series are still covered under the copyright law George?
Er, let me point out that if you happen to live in the US (like say, Wisconsin ), they are still under copyright...

Not that I care personally, I grabbed all of them from Gutenberg AU a while back when they mistakenly had all of them. (I mean, they are owned by a giant company that had nothing to do with them in the first place. So morally I don't think it's a problem. I sleep well at night despite reading them)

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Er, let me point out that if you happen to live in the US (like say, Wisconsin ), they are still under copyright...

Not that I care personally, I grabbed all of them from Gutenberg AU a while back when they mistakenly had all of them. (I mean, they are owned by a giant company that had nothing to do with them in the first place. So morally I don't think it's a problem. I sleep well at night despite reading them)
Touche, and of course they have them but aren't making them accessible for the reading public either. I mean isn't that the point of obtaining rights to a book in the first place? So that you can publish it in current media (i.e. ebook now) and make a profit from it? What's the use of having a piece of intellectual property and letting it gather dust somewhere? I have to wonder if most people would care as well due to how old some books are. I mean if it were the newest Stephen King for example I could see someone going after someone who downloaded it because the author is still alive and it's a new book, but when a book is 50 or so yrs old and the author is dead I wouldn't think it would be as big a deal. Maybe I'm wrong, but common sense says the new book is of more concern as far as copyright than one that's 50 or 60 yrs old. After all the new one is the one that stands to make the big profits for the publisher. Just an opinion of course.
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