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Old February 20th, 2016, 04:26 PM   #1
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The book by Robert j Mclaughlin
Anyone know where I can buy a copy
... Or lend even,can't even find a UK library with a copy
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Old February 20th, 2016, 04:56 PM   #2
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I'll take a look in a few minutes, Packers.....its an extremely hard book to find for sale.
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No dice. I tried Amazon. com....Amazon UK....and EBAY......nothing at all.

I will keep this in mind, although that's no consolation to you.

If anyone does have a copy for sale or knows if one is in a library, please post here.

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Old February 20th, 2016, 05:08 PM   #5
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No dice. I tried Amazon. com....Amazon UK....and EBAY......nothing at all.

I will keep this in mind, although that's no consolation to you.

If anyone does have a copy for sale or knows if one is in a library, please post here.

Thanks....
Cheers How
Yep,I tried all the usual places.
I was amazed that not a single UK library has it.
2 in Canada and 1 in the US as far as I could see
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A ripperology 'pool' of rare books would be good. One on each side of the pond maybe
Was going to say all JTR books but then realised the authors on the sites would blow a fuse.... Understandably after all their hard work
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Hi,

This bookseller recently advertised a copy for sale in the Whitechapel Journal (at 225.00):

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This bookseller recently advertised a copy for sale in the Whitechapel Journal (at 225.00):

http://laybooks.com
Thanks Gary
Don't think I'll be stretching to that price though for the time being :-)
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This book was privately published, in a very small edition. If Robert McLaughlin is still alive, it might be worthwhile to contact him to see if he has any books left. Laybooks are known for their inflated prices, and it will be interesting to see if they can get 225 for this one.
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This book was privately published, in a very small edition. If Robert McLaughlin is still alive, it might be worthwhile to contact him to see if he has any books left. Laybooks are known for their inflated prices, and it will be interesting to see if they can get 225 for this one.
It's not currently in their online catalogue, so perhaps they've already sold it.
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