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Do we have the TOC or sample chapter available somewhere in the internet for review?
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Check this
 
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and here's the Table of Contents
 
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The book is also available on Safari. I have just added it to my virtual bookself so I can leave my hardcopy book at home. I had to think of some way to prevent my collegues from stealing it.
 
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Originally posted by Barry Gaunt:
The book is also available on Safari. I have just added it to my virtual bookself so I can leave my hardcopy book at home. I had to think of some way to prevent my collegues from stealing it.



Why you don't share this book with your collegues ? It should be a good book as it is allowed to make a book promotion in this forum.
 
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Originally posted by Peter Sin:


Why you don't share this book with your collegues ? It should be a good book as it is allowed to make a book promotion in this forum.



Can't share because that would be illegal. These authors put a lot of time, energy and hard work to write their books, and to illegally obtain this copyright information is a slap in their faces.

With that in mind you can find it

here.

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Since when is it illegal to loan someone a book?
 
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Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:

Can't share because that would be illegal. These authors put a lot of time, energy and hard work to write their books, and to illegally obtain this copyright information is a slap in their faces.



Sorry Mark but your comments appear to be rather "rude". If "Sharing" books is "Illegal" than we must close all "libraries". Companies/organizations usually invest on books which are shared by the staff and it is very common practice.

"Sharing" and "copying/reproducing" are two entirely different things. IMHO, "sharing" books among colleagues/class-mates is not illegal. Not everyone can afford to buy expensive books. To date, I never heard of any law whereby "sharing" books is declared "illegal".

BTW, Did you not share a book in your life ever?

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