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a writer who gives the credit of authorship to someone else


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The author, Peter Read, who lives in Rhos, has acted as ghost writer to a number of footballers including Everton manager Roberto Martinez and former Wrexham hero Dixie McNeil.
When the publisher said no, they asked about the ghost writer doing it, because that's also about adopting someone else's identity.
Yes, while taking a break from writing such hits detailing the continuing adventures of Sherlock Holmes and the Count of Monte Cristo, Holy Ghost Writer may have stumbled upon a worldwide conspiracy.
Mrs Ramsay, a close friend of Victoria Beckham, said she was aware of the use of the ghost writer machine, which enabled other people to reproduce her husband's signature electronically, but thought it was for signing merchandising.
She said she was aware of the ghost writer machine but added: "It did not occur to me that the machine might be used to sign Gordon's signature on anything else.
While expensive ghost writers will always been an option for the rich and famous, the plan for Your Story Never Ends is to make it possible for average, everyday American's to have their own life story printed in a book.
Kuttab Publishing founder Jamal Al Shehhi referred to Salha and Shakir as the Arab Ghost writers who have helped the special needs writer and painter to translate their thoughts into words.
There are claims he plagiarised his PhD thesis, which was awarded in 2008, using a ghost writer and copying parts of it from other material.
When his ghost writer dies in suspicious circumstances, Lang hires another nameless Ghost (Ewan McGregor) to restructure his prose.
A British ghost writer (Ewan McGregor) is hired to re-write the memoirs of a former British PM (Pierce Brosnan) after his predecessor dies.
The Ghost Writer starts with Ewan McGregor being offered the job of ghost writing the memoirs of Adam Lang (Piers Brosnan), the former British Prime Minister, a job that is said to offer him the opportunity of a lifetime.
His first ghost writer met an unfortunate and suspicious end after 'falling' into the sea before finishing the task.
Plot: The ghost writer of the memoirs of former Prime Minister Adam Lang (Brosnan) dies in mysterious circumstances.
The statesman intends to write his memoirs but when his current ghost writer dies in suspicious circumstances, Lang hires another nameless Ghost (McGregor) to restructure his prose.