There's nothing like a good mystery. This story reminds me more of a subtle case of stolen art or child abduction that got swept under the rug rather than a grand robbery that grabbed attention like Napster did. Though, the story of Mp3.com, an online music destination site, wasn't supposed to belong in the category of great detective books. The case of Mp3 began around the time of the launch of two new my.mp3.com services and appeared to end two years ago at the sale of the company. The ending unveiled the real mystery: the sale resulted from a questionable copyright issue regarding these services, which seems unresolved still, raised by the acquirer.