And I've written about copyright infringement, complete with the evidence.
As I wrote on my review of Sylvie F. Sommerfield's Fires of Surrender, this is one of the more blatant cases of copyright infringement I've ever come across. How Ms. Sommerfield thought she could get away with it, I will never know. Perhaps the tale of having an "assistant" who did the copying from Jan Westcott's The Hepburn was true; we may never know.
But for anyone who wants to see the evidence, I present it here. I have copies of both books within five or six feet of where I sit at my desk.
I've highlighted some of the pertinent passages in the Sommerfield book; I tend to resist marking even duplicate copies of books I love.
From The Hepburn, by Jan Westcott, (c) 1950, Crown Publishers
From Fires of Surrender by Sylvie F. Sommerfield, (c) ? 1990, Zebra Books/Kensington Publishing Corp.