I came across this today. It is my book. https://mocalra.cf/blogs/downloader-di- ... 58313.html This appears to be a Norwegian company who has converted it to an e-book and is giving it away, supposedly free for joining fees, of either £7.25 per month or £87 per year. The printed version sold out long ago, but I am still selling it as an E-book in PDF for Acrobat Reader via a reputable download site. Can I do anything about this. without risking high legal costs? - I am in the UK -
Sounds as if they're infringing your copyright (although I'm an engineer, not a lawyer).
This link might help: https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=20&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwi-xsHlhKbjAhXiUBUIHZQdDZgQFjATegQIChAB&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.diggypod.com%2Fself-publishing%2Fcopyright-page%2F&usg=AOvVaw2PVjMeeYmQ_znezv2K4Ffc
Perhaps Citizens Advice is worth a visit beforehand.
They have apparently converted it to Italian as well (E-Book). Apparently, they want people to sign up with their site for £7.25 a month or £87 a year, and then they can download free E-books of which mine is one of many. Another site has it as well, and has converted it to French. Problem is, it would probably cost a fortune opening legal proceedsings against sites in other countries. If there was a "no win, no fee" copyright law firm, it would be worth taking it further, but I guess I will just have to grin and bear it it! As it has my ISBN number on it, it is beyond doubt that it is my book!