Milly Johnson condemns fraudulent sales on Amazon

Milly Johnson condemns fraudulent sales on Amazon

Multi-million-pound selling writer Milly Johnson has hit out after finding fraudulent books that she did not write being sold on Amazon under her name.

Commercial women’s fiction writer Johnson, published by Simon & Schuster, said she felt "defiled" upon discovering the six titles on Amazon listed under her name while she was checking her rankings on the e-commerce site.

The titles, which have a similar style of book jacket to Johnson's work and feature some of the same character names, are YA short stories and are “dire, unedited, ungrammatical tripe” according to Johnson.

The multi-mil...

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