If you bothered to read the link, you wouldn't have asked this:
no on the contrary I'd love to make a contribution or pay a reasonable price for the books, I certainly wont be paying £100 a copy on ebay or Amazon,though, but how long will it be when the printing is resumed? how long is a piece of string?
because Cynthia said this:
I am presently considering three different routes to publishing Crisis of Conscience. I hope to make a decision within days and plan to publish within weeks. Please stay tuned on what I am doing. I plan to update this webpage with the latest information concerning the publishing of Raymond Franz works in print, Kindle and electronic formatting. I plan to work very hard to make Crisis of Conscience available to everyone that would like to have a copy.
Furthermore, she also explains, in clear detail, that it took about 18 months for the transfer of copyright through the Library of Congress. Then, she was gravely ill for 6 months. NOW she is finally able to address this matter of theft.
The reason she is accepting contributions is also explained in the link. Do you have reading comprehension issues? HMMMM?
Perhaps you could read the link instead of running your mouth.
Do you need translation?