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Ambridge author files copyright lawsuit

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Friday, Dec. 28, 2012, 7:30 p.m.
 

An Ambridge author claims in a federal copyright lawsuit filed Friday that a self-publishing company has been selling electronic copies of her book even though her 2005 contract with the company prohibits eBook sales.

W. Korol Selley says that AuthorHouse, a Bloomington, Ind., subsidiary of London-based Pearson Plc, also refuses to provide her with an accounting of how many copies it has sold of the eBook version of “Dark Side.”

A company spokesman couldn't be reached for comment.

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